Events

27th Forum of the Union of the State of São Paulo’s Municipal Education Directors (UNDIME-SP)

On March 16th, FGV/EESP Clear’s Director, Prof. André Portela, takes part in UNDIME-SP’s 27th Statewide Forum, in the panel “Education Funding, Collaboration Regimes and Sources of Resources”. UNDIME-SP’s Statewide Forum takes place annually and is mainly aimed at the state of São Paulo’s 645 municipal education directors and their teams. One of...

Evaluation of the Quality of Public Expenses

On February 14th, FGV/EESP Clear offers, in partnership with the Brazilian National Treasury, the UK Prosperity Fund and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the seminar “Evaluation of the Quality of Public Expenses” to public administrators from the Brazilian federal government and statesgovernments, which will take place at the Superior School of Finance Administration (ESAF)....

Produtivity of Brazilian Firms: Program Evaluations and Perspectives

On December 15th, FGV/EESP Clear offers, in partnership with the Interamerican Development Bank, a session on “Produtivity of Brazilian Firms: Program Evaluations and Perspectives” during the 38th Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Econometrics Society. The session will dicuss the preliminary results of an impact evaluation of programs aimed at increasing the productivity of...

Mini-Course: Introduction to Impact Evaluation and Cost-Benefit Analysis

During the 44th National Economics Encounter, promoted by the National Association of Economics Post-Graduate Centers (ANPEC), FGV/EESP Clear will offer a mini-course aimed at undergraduate economics students, offering them a first contact with causal effect estimation. The course, comprised of two 90-minute classes, intends to introduce impact evaluation theory and...

Brazilian Workers Protection Network: Challenges and Redesign Propositions

On November 23rd, FGV/EESP Clear organizes the seminar “Brazilian Workers Protection Network: Challenges and Redesign Propositions”. Prof. Ricardo Paes de Barros from Insper’s Ayrton Senna Instutute, Prof. Hélio Zylberstejn from the University of São Paulo’s School of Economics, Business and Accounting, Prof. Gabriel Ulyssea from the Pontifial Catholic University’s School of Economics...

“The Future of Work: Good Jobs for All?”

The International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP) is an initiative to harness the competence of hundreds of experts on social issues. The purpose of this seminar, organized by FGV/EESP Clear, is to discuss the chapter “The Future of Work: Good Jobs for All?”, which is part of a wider report...