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Lecture: “The future of the Lula government and the uncertainties of Brazilian democracy”

February 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Professor Glauco Arbix

Presented by: Presented by Professor Glauco Arbix, University of Sao Paolo. Brazil

About the presenter: Glauco Arbix, is Full Professor of Sociology at the University of São Paulo (USP), head of Humanities area of the Center for Artificial Intelligence and coordinator of the Observatory for Innovation, at the Institute of Advanced Studies (USP). He was former president of the Brazilian Agency for Innovation (FINEP, 2011-2015) and of the Institute for Applied Economic Research (IPEA, 2003-2006). At the Brazilian Government, he was general coordinator of the Strategic Unit (2003-2006, an advisory board to the President of the Republic). Member of the United Nations Development Program’s International Advisory Group (2006-2009), and of the Brazilian National Council of Science and Technology (2007-2010). He was Tinker Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2022), visiting scholar at the MIT (2010, U.S.), research fellow at Columbia University (2009, U.S.), at the UC-Berkeley (2007, U.S.), and at The London School of Economics (2002).

*Please note that this lecture will be given virtually via Zoom; however, we will be livestreaming it in 206 Ingraham if you would like to watch it with us there.*



February 21
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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