Privatization is a controversial subject in Brazil. It has been so for a while. After the Petrobras scandals, the interest of the public role in the economy remains active. Vale is an historical case. Privatized in 1997, the company has evolved into the 2nd largest mining group. In this perspective, I presented a paper in the QuintoContinue reading “State reform and the privatization of a Brazilian champion: the case of Vale”
Following the example of other universities around the world, the University of São Paulo (USP) launches an unprecedented program of internationalization. The program, called: “USP International” aims to strengthen the University’s presence abroad with offices in London, Boston and Singapore. Thinking about the future “I think that internationalization is a matter of life or death for theContinue reading “Brazilian top university aims international presence”
If you want to study in a business school in Brazil, you should head to Sao Paulo. I see Sao Paulo as the Brazilian version of New York (with a Big Italy neighborhood and many other differences). Even an Argentinean would agree that Sao Paulo is the financial capital of Latin America. In fact, IContinue reading “The Best Business Schools in Sao Paulo”
The Global Forum on Agriculture begins today in Paris. Staged by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), it aims to identify how governments can speed agricultural development and tackle poverty and food insecurity. The program has very little on Brazil. No specific panel and only one representative from Universidade de Sao Paulo (Carlos Azzoni).