When "emerging economies" hit the wall of rent-seeking clientelism: the Brazilian melt-down
9 October 2018, 18:00 to 19:30 Please note: this event has passed
King's Building, Strand Campus , London
Alfredo G. A. Valladão is a Professor at the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) of Sciences Po Paris. Senior Research Fellow OCP Policy Center (Rabat), President Advisory Board EUBrasil association (Brussels). Member International Advisory Board CEBRI (Brazilian Center for International Relations – Rio de Janeiro). Member of the Committee of Rencontres Internationales de Genève. Director Latin America Research Chair at the Centre d’Etudes Sociales, Economiques et Managériales (CESEM - HEM Rabat). Member Advisory Council of Janus.net (journal of International Relations), Portugal. Journalist, columnist for Radio France Internationale (RFI – Brazilian Service). Former member of the Board of Trustees of UNITAR (2009-1015). Former Director (1999-2010) of the Mercosur Chair of Sciences Po and Coordinator of the Working Group on EU-Mercosur Negotiations. He launched and coordinated – in partnership with the Brazilian representation of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung – the Annual International Conference of Fort Copacabana on “Defense and Security European-South American Dialogue”. Professor Valladão has published extensively on geopolitics, global economics, regional integration and trade negotiations, Brazil and Latin America. He holds a PhD summa cum laude in Political Sciences from Sciences Po Paris.
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