Online event debates Brazilian political and economic situation
On May 12, at 6 pm, the Finance and Economics Graduate Program at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo School of Economics (FGV EESP) will hold a webinar to discuss prospects for Brazil’s politics and economy this year and in 2022. The participants will debate how the COVID-19 pandemic and economic circumstances may affect the 2022 presidential elections, the prospects of reforms being passed, the political implications of the COVID-19 parliamentary inquiry, and the country’s tight monetary policy.
The speakers will be Christopher Garman, the managing director for the Americas at Eurasia Group; and Paulo Gala, the CEO of fund manager Fator Administração de Recursos and a professor at FGV EESP. The moderator will be Professor Márcio Holland, the coordinator of FGV EESP’s master’s program.
This event is part of a series of “MasterTalks,” held every two weeks, involving FGV EESP professors, renowned experts and executives from large companies, focusing on finance and economics. After signing up, participants will receive the event’s address by email. EESP’s master’s program is aimed at young people who are looking to develop themselves professionally and prepare for leadership positions in their organizations. It also provides an opportunity to study abroad via an exchange program with a partner university.
To take part, please sign up here.
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