Tag Archives: Brazil

Fixing Education in Brazil: Its More Than Money

By Samuel George and Cornelius Fleischhaker, authors of Five Steps to Kickstart Brazil

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The region in 2015 – Part 1: Brazil – navigating the treacherous road back to growth

No Se Mancha previews the new year in Latin America. Cornelius Fleischhaker starts it off on the challenges awaiting Brazil in 2015.  

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Latin America in 2014: Year in Review

A look back at Latin America in 2014 via the top posts from No Se Mancha

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Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems? Brazil’s Monetary Dilemma

Cornelius Fleischhaker and Samuel George on Brazil’s macroeconomic challenges

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Good Luck, Finance Minister Levy

Cornelius Fleischhaker and Samuel George on Brazil’s fiscal state of affairs

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The High Density of Brazilian Production Chains

By Otaviano Canuto, Senior Adviser on BRICS and former Vice-President at the World Bank. 

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Five Steps to Kickstart Brazil

A new paper from Samuel George and Cornelius Fleischhaker                          

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