FGV plays a significant role in ANPAD annual meeting
FGV played a significant role in the 42nd Meeting of the National Association of Graduate Studies and Research in Administration (EnANPAD 2018), held October 3-6 at Positivo University, in Curitiba. Organized in 11 Academic Divisions, the event addressed themes of interest to Administration and related fields.
FGV’s Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (EBAPE) and Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (EAESP) actively participated in the event. A total of 32 papers by EBAPE professors and students were presented during the event. The school was represented by 23 professors, 14 PhD candidates, six students from the Executive Master’s in Business Management (MEX) Program, 10 students from the Academic Master's Program and one student from the Professional Master's in Public Administration (MPA) Program, in addition to the Dean of the school, professor Flavio Vasconcelos.
EAESP had 94 papers by professors and students approved for the meeting. A group of 32 professors, 36 students from the Academic Master's and PhD in Business Administration Program, and five students from the Academic Master's and PhD in Public and Government Administration Program participated in the event.
Both schools relied on an institutional booth for FGV, which offered information about its graduate courses, including Master’s and PhD programs, and about publications by EBAPE (RAP – Revista de Administração Pública (Brazilian Journal of Public Administration) and Cadernos EBAPE.BR (Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration Journal)) and EAESP (RAE – Revista de Administração de Empresas (Journal of Business Management), Cadernos Gestão Pública e Cidadania (Public Management and Citizenship Journal), JOSCM – Journal of Operations and Supply Chain Management, GVcasos – Brazilian Journal of Educational Administration, and GV-executivo, by the RAE Publications label).
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