INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE:
RETHINKING THE STATE IN GLOBALIZED CAPITALISM

Rio de Janeiro 21-23 March 2018 Colégio Brasileiro de Alto Estudos/UFRJ

Brasília 26-27 March 2018 Escola Nacional de Administração Pública/ENAP

SPEAKERS and Abstracts

Alexandre D´Avignon Alexandre D´Avignon – Graduate at Comunicação Social – Jornalismo from Universidade Federal Fluminense (1989), graduate at Engenharia Mecânica from Universidade Federal Fluminense (1988), Master's at Multidisciplinary from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (1993) and ph.d. at Planejamento Energético Conc. Em Meio Ambiente from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (2001). Has experience in Mechanical Engineering, focusing on Mechanical Engineering, acting on the following subjects: environmenal management, environment, global warming, innovation and greenhouse effect. Abstract
Alexandre Gomide Alexandre Gomide – PhD in Public Administration and Government by FGV-SP; Master in Economics from UFRGS; and graduated in Economics from UFU. He is a member of IPEA's Planning and Research career since 1997. He was Director of Regulation and Management of the Ministry of Cities; Director of Cooperation and Development of IPEA; Director of State Studies and Policies, Institutions and Democracy of IPEA; and director of PAC Mobility Programs, among other senior management and advisory positions in the federal government and subnational governments. Permanent Professor of the Professional Master in Public Policies and Development of the IPEA and professor collaborator of the courses of specialization and training for careers of ENAP. Areas of research: state transformations, state capacities for development, and institutional arrangements for public policies. Abstract
Andrew  Fischer Andrew M. Fischer – 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. He is also the founding editor of the book series of the UK and Ireland Development Studies Association, published by Oxford University Press, entitled Critical Frontiers of International Development Studies, and editor at the journal Development and Change. His forthcoming book, Poverty as Ideology, won the 2015 International Studies in Poverty Prize, awarded by the Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP). His research and teaching are centrally concerned with the role of redistribution in development at local, regional and global scales. He examines this with respect to three strands: financial and fiscal processes; social policy (as one of the principle policy areas where redistribution is enacted at national scales); and productive development policy. His current ERC Starting Grant is on “The Political Economy of Externally Financing Social Policy in Developing Countries,” which focuses on the emerging social protection agenda among donors in seven countries (Ecuador, Paraguay, Ethiopia, Ghana, Zambia, Cambodia and Philippines). His earlier work on the impact of Chinese regional development policies in the Tibetan areas of Western China (encompassing five provinces) also examined regional redistribution at a sub-national scale, in particular with respect to some of the dark sides of redistribution, and is well known for its critical engagement with concepts of social exclusion and marginalisation.

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Ana Célia Castro Ana Célia Castro – Professor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Vice-Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Public Policies, Strategies and Development, Institute of Economics (www.ie.ufrj.br). Vice-Coordinator of the INCT-PPED (National Institute for Science and Technology in Public Policies, Strategies and Development http://inctpped.ie.ufrj.br). Member of the University Council UFRJ. Coordinator of NUPPAA (Center for Studies in Public Policies: Analysis and Evaluation). Coordinator of the SPIDER Web (School for Policies, Innovation and Development, Research Web). Member of IBRACH (Institute for Brazil and China Studies www.ibrach.org). Fields of interest: knowledge governance; innovation systems and policies, capabilities; competitiveness; agribusiness and intellectual property. Economist from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1972), Master in Economics, State University of Campinas (1976). Doctor in Economics, State University of Campinas (1988) e post-doc University of California, Berkeley (1999/2000).
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Anna Jaguaribe

Anna Jaguaribe – bachelor's cum laude in psicology and social sciences from Brandeis University (1971) master and Ph.D in sociology from New York University (1974) and Diplome Detudes Approfondies from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (1977). Has worked in the United Nations from 1977 -1983 and has been a consultant to the UNCTAD from 2003-2006 for the development of the creative industries and develoopment program. At present is a visiting professor at the Program of Public policies and Development of the Federal university of Rio de Janeiro and is the Director of the Institute for Brazil-China Studies with an ongoing research on China and alternative forms of modernization.

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Antonio Marcio Buainain Antonio Marcio Buainain – Antonio Buainain is presently a Senior Lecturer of Economics at the Institute of Economics of the University of Campinas - Unicamp, in Campinas, Brazil, researcher at the National Institute of Science and Technology on Public Policy, Development and Strategies (INCT/PPED) and at the Center for Agricultural and Environmental Economics, University of Campinas (NEA/IE/Unicamp). Graduated in Law and Economics, was laureate Doctor in Economics from the University of Campinas – Unicamp, Brazil. He worked as Senior Economist of the Economic and Social Policy Division, Agricultural Policy and Planning Unit, of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), in Rome (1989-94) and as advisory and consultant to several Brazilian ministries, including Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Rural and Agrarian Development and Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Rejoined Unicamp in 1995 and has since been active in research, teaching and technical assistance activities in many fields, in collaboration with both national and international agencies and organizations. He organized, authored and coauthored 42 books, 65 book chapters since 1989 and 83 papers published in academic journals, published over 300 articles in leading Brazilian newspapers, more than 150 full papers published in congresses, conference and seminars proceedings. His research interests encompass several areas, from innovation, intellectual property to agricultural development, agrarian reform and family farming.
Full detailed academic curriculum can be downloaded from http://lattes.cnpq.br/3051627641386529
Phone numbers in Brazil: 55-19-3521-5716 (work) and 55-19-98189-3054 (mobile)
Emails: buainain@gmail.com and buainain@eco.unicamp.br
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Arnaldo Lanzara Arnaldo Lanzara –  Graduated in Public Administration from Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP. Master in Political Science from the University Research Institute of Rio de Janeiro - IUPERJ. PhD in Political Science from the Institute of Social and Political Studies - IESP / UERJ. He is also a researcher linked to the project: National Institute of Science and Technology in Public Policies, Strategies and Development - INCT / PPED. Has experience in the area of Political Science, with emphasis in the area of State, public policies, social security and development. He is currently Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy in the Public Administration course at the Institute of Human and Social Sciences of the Fluminense Federal University - ICHS / UFF. Abstract
Aspásia Camargo Aspásia Camargo is graduated in Social Sciences and has a PHD in Political Sociology and Social Movements  at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (1974) at the University of Paris. Studied and Worked as Assistant Professor with Alain Touraine at the University of Paris. He oriented her dissertation on Brazil, Northeast: Peasant Movements and the Populist Crisis (1930-1964).
Professor and Researcher at the Getulio Vargas Foundation where she has created the Research and the Oral History Program  at CPDOC (Center dor Research and Documentation of Brazilian Contemporary History). Specialist in Brazilian Political History;
She was the president of the Institute of Economic Applied Research (IPEA) at the Ministry of Planning; deputy minister of Environment (1995-1997); Secretary of Culture of the State of Rio de Janeiro(1988-1990) City Councelor  of the city of Rio de Janeiro (2005-2010); and Deputy at the State Assembly(2010-2014), representing the Green Party. She has run for mayor (2012) and  as deputy-mayor in Rio’s elections (2016). 

One of their books is  The Silent Coup: the origins of the Corporative  State in Brazil (1989); The Political Drama of the Presidencial Successions and the Crisis of the Regime (1985);
Many articles on Federalism and Decentralization; on The New Republico of 1988; and  on Sustainable Development. 

 
Bruno de Oliveira Cruz Bruno de Oliveira Cruz – Bruno de Oliveira Cruz is an economist focusing on innovation, growth, regional and urban economics. He received a master and doctorate degree in Economics from the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium. Since 1996, Cruz is researcher at the Institute for Applied Economic Research (IPEA) of the Federal Brazilian government, where he was deputy-director of Regional and Urban Studies (2007-2010). In 2007, he was awarded the best paper in the 4th Urban Research Seminar at the World Bank. In 2017, he had a visiting position at Harvard University, as researcher fellow at the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies. Currently, he is a director of social-economic studies at Codeplan, research institute responsible for the actions of planning and development of the region of Brasília, Brazil.  
Cláudio Amitrano Cláudio Amitrano – Claudio Amitrano has a PhD in economics from the State University of Campinas (Unicamp), where he also served as teacher assistant and researcher in the Centre for Economic Environment and Policy (CECON). At the Brazilian Centre for Analysis and Planning (CEBRAP), he attended the professional staff training program and worked as a researcher at the Development and Labour area. At the University of Sussex (England), he was visiting fellow at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS). Currently, he makes Postdoctoral stage in the Department of Economics at University of Brasília (UNB). As Planning and Research Specialist at the Division of Macroeconomic Studies and Policies (DIMAC) of the Institute of Applied Economic Research (IPEA), he made several studies on economic growth, labour market and Brazilian economy, as well as he was coordinator on Growth, Economic Development and Income Distribution and Deputy Chief of the Division. Claudio Amitrano Claudio received the award for best doctoral thesis in economics (2011 edition) and has been devoted primarily to research on economic growth and development and heterodox.  
Carlos Eduardo Young

Carlos Eduardo Young – Ba. (1986) and MSc (1992) in Economics, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (1986), and PhD in Economics from University College London (1997). Current position: Associate Professor, Institute of Economics, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (IE/UFRJ), Researcher at the National Science and Technology Institute on Public Policies, Strategies and Development (INCT-PPED) and Collaborating Professor at the Environmental Sciences Program at the State University of Mato Grosso (PPGCA-UNEMAT). He has extensive experience in teaching and research in the area of ​Development ​Economics, with emphasis on Environmental and Natural Resources Economics, working mainly on the following topics: environmental policy, valuation of ecosystem services, determinants of deforestation, payment for environmental services, economic aspects related to climate change and pollution, environmental macroeconomics and green accounting. He is coordinator of the Environmental Economics and sustainable Development Research Group (GEMA - IE/UFRJ). Website: www.ie.ufrj.br/gema

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 Carlos Frederico Rocha

Carlos Frederico Rocha – graduate at Ciências Econômicas from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (1986), master's at Economy from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (1991) and ph.d. at Economy from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (1995). Has experience in Economy, focusing on Industrial Economy, acting on the following subjects: indústria brasileira, produtividade, fusões e aquisições, empresas multinacionais and competências tecnológicas.

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Carlos Pinho

Carlos Pinho – Pós-Doutorando do Instituto Nacional de Ciência e Tecnologia em Políticas Públicas, Estratégias e Desenvolvimento (INCT/PPED), Coordenado por Renato Raul Boschi e Ana Celia Castro. Pós-Doutor pelo Programa de Pós-Graduação em Sociologia Política da Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro (PPGSP-UENF). Pesquisador do Programa de Estudos da Esfera Pública, Coordenado pela Profa. Sonia Fleury, da Escola Brasileira de Administração Pública e de Empresas da Fundação Getúlio Vargas (PEEP/EBAPE/FGV). Entre 2015 e 2016, fui Pesquisador da Diretoria de Análise de Políticas Públicas da Fundação Getúlio Vargas (DAPP/FGV). Desde 2010, sou Pesquisador Assistente do INCT/PPED e do Núcleo de Estudos do Empresariado, Instituições e Capitalismo (NEIC-IESP/UERJ). Desde 2012 até o segundo semestre de 2017, ministrei disciplinas na graduação e na pós-graduação de instituições de excelência, como DCP-UFRJ, UNIRIO, PPGSP-UENF, PPGCP-IESP/UERJ (antigo IUPERJ) e GCP-UFF.

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Carlos Santana Carlos Santana – 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. Abstract
Celia Kerstenetzky Celia Kerstenetzky – PhD (with honors) in Political and Social Sciences by the European University Institute (1998), PhD in Political Science from the University of Rio de Janeiro Research Institute, IUPERJ (1997), Master in Economics from UFRJ (1989). She was a visiting scholar at Columbia University, MIT, University of Illinois and Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, and visiting professor at the University of Siena in Italy and INAG in Cape Verde. She is currently a professor at the Institute of Economics at UFRJ and coordinator of the Center for Studies on Inequality and Development (CEDE). Her current research interests include the analysis of socioeconomic inequalities, development processes and purposes, and contemporary welfare states. Abstract
 Ernesto Lozardo Ernesto Lozardo (Presidente do IPEA) – He holds a Master's in Economics from Columbia University (USA, 1975-1977), where he received a scholarship from the Organization of American States. Bachelor, with honors, and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from New York University (USA, 1972-1975). Member of the Phi Alpha Kappa Honorary Society. Professor of International Economics, Macroeconomics, Brazilian Economy and Finance, Coins and Banks of the School of Business Administration of São Paulo (FGV) since 1978. Advisor to the BNDES presidency (2012-2016). Secretary of Planning, Economics and Management in the State Government of São Paulo (1992-1994), President of the Data Processing Company of the State of São Paulo, Prodesp (1994), and Planning Director of Caixa Seguros (2001- 2002). Member of the consultants group of GV Projetos (2002-2010) and of the Board of Directors of UBR, Unimed-Banco Fator (2009-2010). Author of books: Globalization: the unpredictable certainty of nations (2nd ed., Editora do Autor, 2008); Derivatives in Brazil: Foundations and Practices (Editora do Autor, 1997); Brazilian Public Deficit: Economic Policy and Structural Adjustment (Paz and Terra, 1987).  
Estela  Neves Estela Neves – Interdisciplinary education: graduate in Architecture and Urbanism from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (1973), graduate in Urbanism from Universite de Paris VIII (1975), master's in Urbanism from Universite de Paris VIII (1977) and doctorate in Social Sciences from Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro (2006). Works on the following subjects: environmental policy and governance, environmental assessment and evaluation of development programs and projects, institutional analysis on environmental policies and governance.
Currently works at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) teaching at postgraduate level (Post Graduate Program on Institutions, Public Policies and Development / PPED). Responsible for courses on environmental Governance and decentralization and environmental policy evaluation.
Also works as researcher at the National Institute of Science and Technology on Public Policy, Strategy and Development (INCT-PPED). Currently undertakes a postdoctoral research on water security and local governments. Current research addresses environmental and water policy and governance at subnational level, environmental policies, institutional capacity for environmental policy at subnational level.
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Esther  Dweck Esther Dweck – Economist,  Professor at the Institute of Economics/UFRJ. She has experience in macroeconomics, with emphasis on public sector, economic growth and development, working mainly on the following topics: fiscal regime and state role, demand-led growth, micro-macro integration, balance of payments constraints, analysis of input-output and simulation models. Between June 2011 and March 2016, she worked in the Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management, in the position of Chief Economist and Federal Budget Secretary. Abstract
Fernando de Barros Gontijo Filgueiras Fernando de Barros Gontijo Filgueiras – He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science (Political Science and Sociology) at Universitary Institute for Research of Rio de Janeiro (2007). He is currently Dean of Research and Graduate Studies at the National School of Public Administration. He is assistant professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), in the Department of Political Science (DCP). He was Dean of the School of Philosophy and Human Sciences (FAFICH), UFMG. Has experience in the area of Political Science, with an emphasis on political theory, public policy and political behavior, acting on the following subjects: state and government, democratic theory, law and democracy, corruption and good governance. He is a researcher and coordinator of the Center for Public Interest Reference at UFMG. Author of "Corruption, democracy and legitimacy" (Editora UFMG, 2008) and articles in national and international journals. Abstract
Flávio Fonte-Boa Flávio Fonte-Boa – He holds a bachelor's degree in Social Communication from UFMG (2001), a Master's Degree in Knowledge Management and Information Technology from Universidade Católica de Brasília (2008), concludes the Doctorate in Education in (2018). Currently is a public service of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation and Communications. He has experience in Public Management, in the conduction of Communications Advisories for 5 years, and in Governmental Management by Results and Hiring by Performance, for another 5 years. Currently Coordinator of Humanties and Social Sciences of the Secretariat of Policy and Research Programs of MCTIC. Areas of study are: Education, Communication (DTVi, Programming), Computing (Interactivity and Convergence), Psychology (Behaviorism, Cognitive, Social, Development), Sociology (Sociology of Knowledge, Epistemology and Contemporaneity) and Administration (Managment of Information and Knowledge Economy). Abstract
Flávio  Gaitán Flávio Gaitán – Assistant Professor of the Latin American Institute of Economics, Society and Politics, UNILA. Researcher at the National Institute of Science and Technology in Public Policies, Strategies and Development (INCT-PPED). He holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of Buenos Aires (1998), a Master's degree in Social Policies from the University of Buenos Aires (2001) and a PhD from the University of Rio de Janeiro's Research Institute (IUPERJ) in 2009. He has experience in the area of Political Science, with emphasis on Institutional Analysis, Entrepreneurship and Representation of Interests, Poverty, Welfare Regimes, State, Development and Public Policies. Abstract
Francisco  Duarte Francisco Duarte – Historian, holds a PhD in Social Policy from the Fluminense Federal University, with a Sandwich Scholarship at the University of California, Berkeley. He also holds a postdoctoral degree in Economics, with emphasis in Public Policies, at the Federal University of Viçosa and was a Visiting Professor of Public Policies, Strategies and Development at the Institute of Economics of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). In the area of ​​History, his research emphasized the Corporate Social Responsibility movement in Brazil and the United States, and in the area of ​​Social Policy, the participation of companies, and their articulation with governments, in facing social and environmental issues both in Brazil and the United States. Currently researches the processes of technological innovation in the large multinationals of the biotechnology sector and the institutional transformations that impact the regulatory structure of the Brazilian State; the social economy within the framework of the sustainability convention; and the political economy of contemporary Brazil with an emphasis on the behavior of industrial entrepreneurs. Abstract
Francisco  Gaetani Francisco Gaetani (Presidente, ENAP) – Francisco Gaetani was graduated as economist in Economics at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1980), master's at Master of Science in Public Adm and Public Policy from London School of Economics (1998) and doctorate at Political Science, Government Department from London School of Economics (2005). He is the Vice-Minister of Environment and teacher at the Getulio Vargas Foundation. Main areas of interest: public administration and public management reforms.  
Fred  Block Fred Block Curriculum Vitae

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Gabriel Squeff – He holds a Master's degree in Economic Sciences from the State University of Rio de Janeiro (2009) and a degree in Economic Sciences from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2004). He worked in companies from the credit and energy sectors, was an analyst at the Financier of Studies and Projects - Finep and was a substitute professor at the State University of Rio de Janeiro. In Ipea he was Head of the Division of Studies in Growth, Income Distribution and Development of the Macroeconomic Studies and Policies Directorate - Dimac in the period 2012-2014 and Coordinator of Macrossetorial Studies in the same directorate between 2014 and 2015. In 2015 he worked as Advisor to the Sub-Office of Analysis and Follow-up of Government Policies - SAG of the Civil House of the Presidency of the Republic. In 2016 he took over the SAG Economic Policy Subchef. He currently works in the Department of Innovation, Regulation and Infrastructure Sector Studies and Policies - Dispe do Ipea.

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 Jan  Kregel Jan Kregel Curriculum Vitae
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Jerson Lima Silva Jerson Lima Silva Curriculum Vitae  
Kristen  Hopewell Kristen Hopewell Curriculum Vitae
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Lavínia  Barros de Castro Lavínia Barros de Castro – Lavinia Barros de Castro has PhD on Economics from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ, 2009) and a PhD in Social Sciences from Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro (2006 - Sandwich P.h.D Program at Berkeley University of Califórnia). She has been working at National Development Bank (BNDES) in Brazil, since 2001, and as a teacher at IBMEC Faculty (since 1999) and Coppead's MBA programs (since 2007).She has experience in monetary policy, exchange rate regimes, Brazilian economy, investment finance for economic development and financial regulation, development banks, scenarios bulding (long term) and strategic planning. Co-author and co-organizer of many books on Brazilian Economy, including Economia Brasileira Contemporanea, which won the 2005 Brazilian Jabuti Book Prize. Abstract
Leonardo Burlamaqui Leonardo Burlamaqui – Leonardo Burlamaqui is an Associate Professor at the Department of Economic Evolution, State University of Rio de Janeiro, a Research Scholar at the Levy Economics Institute – Bard College (New York), an Adjunct Professor at Graduate Program in Public Policies and Development Strategies at the Federal University at Rio de Janeiro and head of research at the Multidisciplinary Institute for Development and Strategies (MINDS). He is also a member of the International Joseph Schumpeter Society and a contributing editor to the Post Keynesian Economics Forum. Previously he was a Senior Program Officer at The Ford Foundation in New York, directing the Reforming Global Financial Governance initiative. He has a PhD in Economics, awarded by the Federal University at Rio de Janeiro. Burlamaqui has taught, written and published extensively on innovation and competition, development strategies, intellectual property, institutions and economic change, Asian capitalism and the political economy of knowledge and finance.  
His books include Schumpeter’s Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy: A Twenty First Agenda, Routledge, 2018, co-edited with Rainer Kattel,(Forthcoming); Financial Governance, Banking and Financial Instability In Brazil:  A Minskyan Perspective (MINDS books, 2017, co-edited with Felipe Rezende and Matheus Vianna); The Present and the Future of Development Financial Institutions: Theory and History, (MINDS/BNDES 2015, co-edited with Rogerio Sobreira and Matheus Vianna);  Financial Stability and Growth – Perspectives on Financial Regulation and New Developmentalism; (Routledge, 2014, co-edited with Luis Carlos Bresser Pereira and Jan Kregel) ; Politicas Macroecnòmicas y Regulación Financera en America Latina: Un Estudio Comparado (CEDES, 2014, co-edited with Roberto  Frenkel, Mario Damill y Edoardo Corso); Knowledge Governance- Reasserting the Public Interest (Anthem Press, 2012, co-edited with Ana Célia Castro and Rainer Kattel); Institutions and the Role of State (E. Elgar, 2000, co-edited with Ana Célia Castro and Ha-Joon Chang).
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Leonardo  Rosseti Tribst Leonardo Rosseti Tribst – Leonardo Rosseti Tribst holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a second one in Government Management from the University of Brasília (UnB), and he is currently a graduate student at the Sociology Department (UnB). Between 2009 and 2011 he was an analyst at the Social Security IT Company (Dataprev) and was Substitute Coordinator for Institutional Issues. He is a Public Policy and Government Management Specialist since 2011 and has experience with the oversight and monitoring of the Social Organizations financed by the Ministry for Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications (MCTIC) and its relations with the Executive and Legislative systems of control. Since 2017 he works in the Humanities and Social Sciences General-Coordination of the Secretariat of Policy and Research Programs in MCTIC. Abstract
Lionello  Punzo Lionello Punzo – Professor of Economics at the University of Siena (Italy), lecturing in the Graduate Course on the Economics of Cultural Goods and Heritage, and Sustainable Tourism and in Macroeconomics (Intermediate level). Visiting Professor at the Instituto de Economia, UFRJ, in the second semester 2017 has taught on “Public Goods as drivers of Development”; Visiting Professor at the Instituto Ciência e Tecnologia/Políticas Públicas, Estratégias e Desenvolvimento (INCT/PPED at UFRJ); has been Visiting Professor at the Universidade Federal Fluminense. Dottore in Scienze Economiche and Ph.D. in Economics. Member of the Tourism Sustainability Group at the DG Enterprise of the European Commission since its creation (2005-2012); President of the Osservatorio per il Turismo Sostenibile (www.econ-pol.unisi.it/opts); co-Coordinator of the Posgrado y Maestria en Economia y Gestión del Turismo Sustentable, a joint degree of UDELAR and UNISI (2005-12). Fulbright Fellow at UCLA. Coordinator of the EUCOMPECS Network on Computable Economics and of two similar thematic networks (for Latin America and for the then Eastern European countries, respectively) of the Human Capital and Mobility Program within the EU VII framework Programme for Science and Technology. Has taught and done research in the fields of growth and development economics, mathematical methodologies and dynamical systems in economics, as well as in the economics of cultural goods and sustainable tourism, in Europe (at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Vienna; at CNRS-LATAPSES in Sophia Antipolis, France; at the University of Bielefeld, Germany; at the London School of Economics; in Warsaw at the Academy of Sciences), in Japan (at Shaken Institute of the Osaka University and at CIRJE of Tokyo University), in the USA (at UCLA) and in various countries of Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, México at UNAM, Uruguay). International Consultant in projects of local sustainable development of IADB, UNDP and the European Union, and for various local Governments in Europe and the Mediterranean Basin. Has been consultant to the Federazione Italiana Parchi for Ecoturism, and to the Italian Cooperation with the Federal Government of Brazil. Abstract
Luiz  Davidovic Luiz Davidovich – He holds a degree in Physics from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (1968) and a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Rochester (1975). He is currently full professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He has experience in Physics, with emphasis on QUANTUM OPTICS and QUANTUM INFORMATION. He is member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, the Academy of Sciences of the Developing World (TWAS) and the National Academy of Sciences (USA). He was awarded the Grand Cross of the National Order of Scientific Merit in 2000, the TWAS Physics Award in 2001, the Álvaro Alberto Prize (CNPq), and the Tamandaré Medal (Navy of Brazil) in 2010. He is Fellow of the Optical Society of America and the American Physical Society. Currently, he is President of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences.
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Manoel Carlos de Castro Pires Manoel Carlos de Castro Pires Curriculum Vitae Abstract
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Maria  Antonieta Leopoldi Maria Antonieta Leopoldi – B.A in Social Science from the Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho - Unesp (1968). M.A. in Political Science from Instituto Universitário de Pesquisas do Rio de Janeiro (1971). Her Ph.D came from the Faculty of Social Studies, University of Oxford, UK. (1984). Post doc at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, US. Lectures at the Department of Political Science, Universidade Federal Fluminense at Niteroi, RJ working with undergraduate studentes in Social Sciences and International Relations. Teaches at the Graduate Program in Political Science (M.A and Ph.D.) at UFF and at the Graduate Program in Public Policy, Strategies and Development at the Rio de Janeiro Federal University - UFRJ. It is a fellow researcher at the INCT-CNPq Project (National Institute of Science and Technology - CNPq) in Public Policies, Strategies and Development with a research Project on Strategic Elites and Development. Changing state capacities towards Brazilian insertion in the international economy. Areas of academic interest: macroeconomic policies and development. State and International Political Economy, Institutions and State Reform, Brazilian Multinational Firms. Grants and scholarships from Ford Foundation, Fulbright Foundation and Hewlett Foundation. Abstract
Mariana  Clauzet Mariana Clauzet – has graduation at Ciências Biológicas by Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (2000), master's at Ciência Ambiental by Universidade de São Paulo (2003) and Ph.D. at Doutorado Em Ambiente e Sociedade by Universidade Estadual de Campinas (2009). Currently is of Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Revisor de periódico of neotropical biology and conservation, Diretora executiva of Fisheries and Food Institute, professor of Universidade Santa Cecília, Revisor de periódico of Boletim do Instituto de Pesca (Online), Revisor de periódico of Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas, Revisor de periódico of Sitientibus. Série Ciências Biológicas, of Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Bolsista of Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro e Bolsista of Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Has experience in the area of Ecology , with emphasis on Ecologia de Ecossistemas. Focused, mainly, in the subjects: conhecimento tradicional, pesca artesanal, transformações, ubatuba, uso de recursos e ecologia. Abstract
Marta  Irving Marta Irving – Marta de Azevedo Irving is Full Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), in Brazil. She has an interdisiplinar academic profile, with a degree in Biology from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1978) and in Psychology from the State University of Rio de Janeiro (1981). She has also a Master Degree from the University of Southampton – UK (1983) in Coastal Management/Biological Oceanography and a PhD in Sciences from the University of São Paulo (1991). She has been invited researcher at the School of Higher Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS) and the Department of Ecology and Biodiversity Management of the National Natural History Museum (France/2004-2005), as well as in other institutions in the last years (University of Santiago de Compostela, in Spain ; Aarkeshus College in Norway and others). She was also invited senior researcher in the Department Men, Nature and Society of the National Natural History Museum and in the Research Institute and High Studies in Tourism (IREST) (France-2017).  She has specialized in a critical reflection about sustainable development, in connection with society-nature relationship approach in the perspective of social ecology, democratic governance and social inclusion in  biodiversity conservation, sustainable tourism and public policies and related fields. At the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), she coordinates the research groups Governance, Environment, Public Policies and Sustainability (GAPIS) and Sinergia Laboratory (Tourism, Subjectivities, Culture and Public Policies), that inspired many Master dissertations, PhD thesis and national and international publications. She also coordinates the Observatory of Governance and Protected Areas (OBSAPIS) since 2006, that aims to promote the dialogue between the academic sector and other segments of the society. She has been consultant of many international agencies for development projects and several studies have also been carried out in his career, in partnership with the public  sector and various national and international institutions with focus in public policies development and implementation. She has also written several books, scientific texts and pedagogic material. She is currently a senior researcher and professor in the EICOS Post-Graduate Program in Psychossociology of Communities and Social Ecology (EICOS/IP/UFRJ), in the Post-Graduate Program in Public Policy, Strategies and Development (PPED/IE/ UFRJ) and in the CNPq National Institute of Science and Technology on Public Policies, Strategies and Development. She is a member of the editorial board of several scientific journals and research management agencies. In 2012 she has been awarded the academic title of Chevalier des Palmes Académiques  by the French Government. Abstract
Moises Balestro Moises V. Balestro – Moises V. Balestro is Associate Professor in Social Sciences at the Research Center and Graduate Program on the Americas at the University of Brasilia and leads a research group on Comparative Studies in Economic Sociology. His research interests include rural development, state and development, diversity of capitalism and sociology of markets. He was visiting scholar at Goethe University in 2014. He is currently coordinating a cooperation project between UnB and Goethe University funded by CAPES and DAAD on the institutional determinants from innovation in Brazil with lessons from Germany. 
Email: moises@unb.br.
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Nirvia Ravena Nirvia Ravena – I have a degree in Social Sciences from the Federal University of Pará - UFPa (1988), a Masters in Development Planning from the Federal University of Pará (1994), and a Ph.D. in Political Science (Political Science and Sociology) from the University of Rio de Janeiro / IUPERJ (2004). I am currently a professor of the Postgraduate Program in Sustainable Development of the Humid Tropic-PPGDSTU of the Center for High Amazonian Studies (NAEA) program that I coordinated from November 2010 to June 2011. I am a researcher at the National Institute of Science and Technology in Public Policies, Strategies and Development (INCT-PPED). I am a consultant to the Global Environment Facility-GEF on Water Governance in the Project on Integrated and Sustainable Management of Transboundary Water Resources in the Amazon Basin, Considering Climate Variability and Climate Change. I am currently serving as Editor-in-Chief of the NAEA Publishing House.
I participated in the creation of the Master's Program in Political Science at UFPa where I taught classes until 2012. I also participated in the creation of the Master's Program in Urban Development and Environment at the University of Amazônia where I worked as a teacher until 2013. From 2013 until 2017, I was a professor of the Graduate Program in Administration of the same University.
Since 2013 I have established networks outside Brazil in order to expand the possibilities of cooperation between Brazil and other countries for studies focused in the Amazon. In this sense, I included in my research students from other Universities such as Groningen - Netherlands where I also taught seminars and participated in the evaluation of Ph.D. candidates. From September 06-07, 2016 I participated in the workshop "The Global Politics of Acceptance: Claiming Epistemic and Governance Authority in the Post-national Constellation" at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Center for Global Cooperation Research discussing mining in the Amazon areas and the impacts and social consequences of this activity. At the University of Leeds Beckett – UK, in 2017, I presented the research developed by me in the Amazon areas. Besides the National Institute of Science and Technology in Public Policies, Strategies and Development, I am also a member of the Research Line Biodiversity, Natural and Cultural Resources where I developed analyses about the Amazon.
Since 2010, I have been a member of the International Political Science Association (IPSA) as chair of sessions and moderator, and currently I am a member of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) and International Public Policy Association-I
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Paulo  Nogueira Batista Jr. Paulo Nogueira Batista Jr. – Economist, former Vice President of the New Development Bank established by the BRICS, former Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund.
Well-known Brazilian economist, Paulo Nogueira Batista, Jr. was Vice President of the New Development Bank headquartered in Shanghai from July 2015 to October 2017. He was previously the Executive Director representing Brazil and ten other countries at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) from April 2007 to June 2015. Prior to joining the IMF, he served in Brazil as Secretary for Economic Affairs in the Ministry of Planning, as Advisor to the Minister for Finance on External Debt, and as Head of the Center for Monetary and International Economics Studies, Getúlio Vargas Foundation in Rio de Janeiro, among other positions. 
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Peter  Evans Peter Evans Curriculum Vitae

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Peter  May Peter May – Peter H. May, received his PhD in Resource Economics from Cornell University. Professor of the Department of Development, Agriculture and Society of the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1991-today), he is author and editor of a number of books in the areas of ecological economics, agroforestry, payment for ecosystem services and environmental policy, including The Subsidy from Nature,Pricing the Planet and Natural Resource Valuation and Policy in Brazil (Columbia University Press) and Economia do Meio Ambiente: Teoria e Prática (Elsevier), Peter May is Past President of the International Society for Ecological Economics-ISEE and founder and immediate past President of the Brazilian Society for Ecological Economics-ECOECO. He previously served as program officer at the Ford Foundation’s Brazil office and as Forestry Officer (Non-wood forest products) at the FAO in Rome. He was a Visiting Scholar at the Earth Institute of Columbia University, Center for Sustainable Development until February 2018, and previously held Pos-Doctoral scholarships (CAPES and CNPq) at the University of California-Berkeley Energy and Resources Group. Abstract
Renato Boschi Renato Boschi (INCT-PPED) – He holds a degree in Social Sciences from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1968), a Master's degree in Political Science from IUPERJ (1970) and a Ph.D. in Political Science - University of Michigan - Ann Arbor (1978). He was a professor at the Department of Political Science of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (DCP-UFMG), currently retired. Since 2010 he has been a professor at the Institute of Social and Political Studies of the State University of Rio de Janeiro (IESP-UERJ) after having worked as a researcher and professor at IUPERJ for 40 years. He is coordinator of the National Institute of Science and Technology in Public Policies, Strategies and Development (INCT-PPED) and the Center of Studies of Entrepreneurship, Institutions and Capitalism (NEIC / IESP-UERJ). In the area of Political Science he has researched and published mainly on the following topics: State formation, democracy, public policies, entrepreneurs, representation of interests, development and comparative politics, with emphasis in Latin America. Abstract
Ricardo Bielschowsky Ricardo Bielschowsky – Ricardo Bielschowsky is an economist, PhD. In the 1970s and 80s he worked for the Brazilian agency for science and technology - FINEP, and in the 1990s and 2000s for CEPAL, United Nations (ECLAC). He is currently an Associate Professor in the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. His main areas of research are economic development, and the history of economic thought in Brazil and in Latina America. He is author or co-author of over 60 publications. Among his best known books are “Brazilian Economic Thought  (1930-64) – the ideologic cycle of developmentalism”, “Investment and reforms in Brazil in the 1990s”, and books on the intellectual history of CEPAL (as organizer). Abstract
 Robert Wade Robert Wade – Robert H. Wade is professor of global political economy at the London School of Economics.  A New Zealand citizen, he worked at the Institute of Development Studies (Sussex),  the World Bank, Princeton Woodrow Wilson School,  MIT Sloan School, and Brown University. He has conducted fieldwork in Pitcairn Island, Italy, India, Korea, Taiwan, Iceland, and inside the World Bank and IMF – all steered by an interest in  Adam Smith-type questions about the distribution of material prosperity on a global scale. 
His recent publications include: “Why has [income] inequality been neglected in economics and public policy?”;  “The developmental state: alive or dead ?”;  “Escaping the periphery: the East Asian ‘miracle’ explained”; “Economists’ ethics in the build-up to the Great Recession”; “Global growth, inequality and poverty: the globalization argument and the ‘Political’ science of economics”;  “Establishing a new Global Economic Council: governance reform at the G20, the IMF and the World Bank”; with Jakob Vestergaard;  “Is Trump wrong about trade? A partial defence, based  on production and employment”,  in Edward Fullbrook (ed), Trumponomics,  and special issue of Real World Economic Review. Author of Irrigation and Politics in South Korea (1982), Village Republics: The Economic Conditions of Collective Action in India (1988, 1994, 2007), Governing the Market: Economic Theory and the Role of Government in East Asia's Industrialization (1990, 2004). Latter won the American Political Science Association's award of Best Book in Political Economy, 1992. He was awarded the Leontief Prize for Advancing the Frontiers of Economic Thought in 2008.
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 Rogério Studart

Rogério Studart – He holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1983), a master's degree in economics of industry and technology from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1988) and a doctorate in economics from the University of London (1992). He is currently Coordinator of the Economic Conjuncture Bulletin of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Has experience in Economics, with emphasis on Monetary and Fiscal Economics. Acting mainly in the following subjects: Financing of the Development, Economic Development, Financial Systems, Economic Growth.

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Sergei Suarez Dillon

Sergei Suarez Dillon – Soares Sergei é Bacharel em Física pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (1990) e possui Mestrado (1995) e Doutorado (2010) em Economia pela Universidade de Brasília. Ingressou no IPG-IG como pesquisador sênior em 2015. Foi presidente do Ipea de maio de 2014 a setembro de 2015. É pesquisador naquela instituição desde 1998, trabalhando nas áreas de desigualdade, pobreza, educação, discriminação racial e mercado de trabalho. Suas áreas de especialização são economia e econometria, com ênfase na economia do bem-estar.

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