Jose Godinez is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Robert J. Manning School of Business at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell. His research centers on the intersection of the international business, strategy, and entrepreneurship disciplines within the business ethics framework. Specifically, he focuses on strategies designed to minimize the detrimental effects of corruption on businesses; strategies to successfully operate in institutional voids; financial inclusion; and value creation for all stakeholders of firms targeting the bottom of the pyramid. He has published his work in academic journals and has presented his research at the most important academic annual meetings. Jose Godinez also advises policymakers in his native Guatemala and serves on the board of directors of a Massachusetts-based nonprofit focusing on financial literacy for traditionally neglected populations. His education includes a PhD in management from the University of Edinburgh Business School, an MS from the University of Manchester, Alliance Business School, and a BS in Business Administration from the Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University.