Regulatory dynamics: book presents unprecedented set of Brazilian jurisprudence case studies
On December 12, the FGV´s Rio de Janeiro Law School will launch a book titled “Regulatory Dynamics – Brazilian Jurisprudence Case Studies: relations between the courts, oversight authorities, regulators, the antitrust agency and free enterprise.” This is the first Brazilian book on administrative and economic law dedicated exclusively to case studies. The launch event will take place at 6 pm in the eighth-floor hall in FGV’s main building (Praia de Botafogo, 190, Rio de Janeiro).
The book, authored by professors Floriano de Azevedo Marques Neto, Egon Bockmann Moreira and Sérgio Guerra, aims to link academic knowledge to concrete experience, presenting readers with real-life examples of regulatory law. Through this publication, professionals and academics will be able to understand the current state of economic regulation in Brazil, as well as possible future developments.
The starting point was the selection of concrete cases exemplifying the latest developments in Brazilian economic regulation. This mapping originated from research into the most sensitive subjects in contemporary administrative and economic law, with a special focus on Brazil’s specific regulatory features. This collection of cases will provide theoretical foundations and practical skills to tackle key regulatory challenges.
For more information about the book, click here.
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