December 7-9, 2016 – Everest Rio Hotel – Rio de Janeiro/Brazil
Professor at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), vice coordinator of the Graduate Program of Public Policies, Strategies and Development (www.ie.ufrj.br), vice coordinator of INCT-PPED (National Institute for Science and Technology in Public Policies, Strategies and Development - http://inctpped.ie.ufrj.br), coordinator of the SPIDER Web (School for Policies, Innovation and Development Research Web), member of Institute for Brazil-China Studies (IBRACH). http://lattes.cnpq.br/4821494129200374
Economist majored by PUC SP, where he got his Master’s Degree and has taught at the Economics department in several courses throughout the university. Is the responsible for Gradual Investimentos’ econometric projections. Won the chief-economist award of the year (2015) awarded by Ordem dos Economistas do Brasil, the youngest economist to receive this prize. Currently teaches at FECAP. http://lattes.cnpq.br/4345315895448300
Dr. Andrew M. Fischer is Associate Professor of Social Policy and Development Studies at the Institute of Social Studies (ISS), and laureate of the European Research Council Starting Grant, which he won in the 2014 round, on the political economy of externally financing social policy in developing countries. He is also the founding editor of a new book series recently signed with Oxford University Press entitled Critical Frontiers of International Development Studies and an editor of the journal Development and Change.
Fellow at the Humboldt Foundation and postdoctoral researcher at the TU Darmstadt, Germany. PhD in Political Science at Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Políticos (IESP-UERJ) and associate researcher at Brazilian National Institute of Science and Technology (INCT-PPED). He has research expertise on comparative political economy, especially on industrial policy, financial systems, state-owned public banks, and energy policy. His main works have focused on South America, relations between South America and Central-Eastern Europe, and BRIC countries. Among his most recent publications are Development and SemiPeriphery (co-edited with R. Boschi, by Anthem Press) and Estado, Burocracia e Controle Democrático (co-edited with W. Iglesias, by Alameda). He is also editor from scientific journal - Desenvolvimento em Debate . http://lattes.cnpq.br/6102421925129604
PhD and Master in Political Science (IUPERJ, Brasil), BA in Philosophy (University of the Republic, Uruguay). Professor at the Social Sciences School, University of the Republic (Uruguay). Senator of the Republic of Uruguay as a member of "Casa Grande", "Frente Amplio" party. Web site: http://constanza.com.uy/
Associate Professor at Rio de Janeiro State University’s Institute of Economics. Is the current Institute of Economics’ head of department, where he also coordinates the Industry and Competitiveness research group and is the editor of the journal Revista de Economia Contemporanea. http://lattes.cnpq.br/1728406549087162
Professor of the Department of Political Science at Fluminense Federal University (DCP/UFF), of the Graduate Program of Public Policy, Strategy and Development at the Rio de Janeiro Federal University (PPED/UFRJ), and Researcher at National Institute of Science and Technology on Public Policy, Strategy and Development (INCT- PPED) http://lattes.cnpq.br/2220983774268691
José Miguel Busquets, is Associate Professor and researcher at the Institute of Political Science of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of the Republic. Is PhD in Political Science from the IUPERJ of the University Candido Mendes in Brazil. Is Active Resercher Level I in the National Research System of the National Agency for Research and Innovation. He has published over fifty articles, book chapters and books on public policy. In particular, his book stands Comparative Analysis of the social security reforms in the Southern Cone and Bolivia (1981-1995). He has lectured and taught at Universities and International Organizations of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Spain, United States, Mexico, Paraguay, Perú and Portugal.
Professor at Instituto de Ciencia Política, PUC-Chile. Principal investigator, Milenium Nucleus for the Study of Stateness and Democracy in Latin America.
Associate Professor at the Economic Evolution Department at Economic Sciences Faculty at Rio de Janeiro State University. Research Scholar at Levy Economics Institute- Bard College, New York. Visiting Professor of the Public Policy, Strategy and Development Program at Institute of Economics at Rio de Janeiro Federal University (PPED/ IE-UFRJ). CNPq Researcher and member of International J. A Schumpeter Society. http://lattes.cnpq.br/1945892311481422
Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics and Statistics, lecturing in Macroeconomics and in the Economics of Culture, Cultural Goods and Sustainable Tourism; Visiting Professor at INCT-PPED; member (until its works terminated) of the Tourism Sustainability Group of advisers to the EC/DG Enterprise in drafting the EU policy on tourism, International Consultant to the IADB, EC/Ministry of Industry of the UY Government, the Italian Cooperation with the Brazilian Government (both Federal and some State’s); Visiting Professor in a number of institutions (among them: the Institute fuer Hoehere Studien, Vienna; UCLA; UNAM; CNRS-LATAPSES, Sophia-Antipolis; the Academy of Sciences, Warsaw; the Institute of Socioeconomic Studies, University of Osaka; the Institute of Comparative Studies, University of Tokyo).
Associate Professor at Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV). President of the Brazilian Keynesian Association, head of the Centre for Studies on New Developmentalism and the Economic Forum, both at Sao Paulo School of Economics, FGV. http://lattes.cnpq.br/3941333920095061