Business Administration Professor presents studies at Brown University and Brookings Institution
On May 22 and 30, Carlos Pereira, Professor at FGV?s School of Public and Business Administration in Rio de Janeiro (EBAPE), participated at the international events, The Federalism and Inequality Project, at the Brown International Advanced Research Institute - Brown University, and Foreign Policy's Latin America Initiative, at the Brookings Institution - Washington-DC (USA). At Brown University, he presented the article Budgetary Amendments and Dissipative Inclusion in Brazilian Municipalities (work in progress). Back in Washington, DC, he talked about the book Making Brazil Work: Checking the President in a Multiparty System, which he authored with Marcus André Melo, presenting the main findings and theories discussed in the work. There was also a debate with a group of experts on the political and institutional foundations of the recent rise of Brazil as an emerging power. Carlos Pereira is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Oxford, Ph.D. and Master of Political Science from the New School University, New York, and Master in Sociology from the Federal University of Pernambuco. His areas of research include the following topics: Public Policy and Government in a Comparative Perspective, Political Economy of Regulatory Policy, Political Institutions in Latin America, Coalitions Management and Executive-Legislative Relations, among others.