Carlos Primo Braga

Director, Evian [email protected]

Director, Evian [email protected]; Professor of International Political Economy, International Institute for Management Development (IMD). Areas of interest include international trade, foreign direct investment, economics of innovation, intellectual property rights, sovereign debt, global governance and development economics. Former: Special Representative and Director for Europe, External Affairs (EXT) Vice-Presidency, World Bank; Consultant, Organization of American States; Fulbright Scholar and visiting professor, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University; Assistant Professor of Economics, University of São Paulo; Senior Researcher, FIPE (São Paulo). PhD in Economics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; MSc in Economics, University of São Paulo. 

Opinion

20 August 2015
As bad news is mounting concerning the health of the world trade system, one has to wonder: have we reached a peak in the globalisation process? Is there still an appetite to continue to promote international integration via the expansion of trade in the context of preferential or multilateral...

Bridges news

22 June 2017
A ideia de que a globalização teria atingido seu limite tem sido amplamente discutida nos últimos anos. Diante desse contexto, o autor analisa as políticas econômicas que têm afetado a globalização e as alternativas para o Brasil.