Study on the impact of the 'My House My Life' social program on the expansion of metropolitan regions is launched in Sao Paulo
On January 22, at 8:30 a.m., Instituto Escolhas, FGV’s Center for Studies in Public Sector Policy and Economics (CEPESP), and Folha de S. Paulo newspaper will host a launch event for the study titled “Living far away: the My House My Life program and the expansion of Metropolitan Regions”. The event will be held at FGV’s great hall (Rua Itapeva, 432. Bela Vista, São Paulo/SP), supported by Fundação Tide Setubal.
The study analyzes the impact of the My House My Life social program in the country’s metropolis, which is central to discuss the challenges faced by a large portion of Brazil’s populations in the next few years. The Seminar will be attended by economists, urbanists, and researchers specialized in this subject.
Professors Ciro Biderman and Martha Hiromoto will present the study’s findings and discuss the “Impact of the My House My Life program in Brazil’s metropolitan regions”. After the debate, the platform “#HowMuch? Living Far Away” (#QuantoCusta? Morar Longe) will be introduced. Finally, experts will discuss whether it is possible to increase the density of major Brazilian metropolitan regions.
Go to the website to learn more about the event.