Tag Archives: dilma

Fixing Education in Brazil: Its More Than Money

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

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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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Five Steps to Kickstart Brazil

A new paper from Samuel George and Cornelius Fleischhaker                          

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Brazilian Infrastructure: The Good, the Bad, and the Opportunity

By Political economist and Latin America-specialist Samuel George 

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Brazilection 2014: Don’t faint! This campaign is close and dirty

João Schlüter on the Brazilian presidential campaign as it hits the final stretch. 

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The Case For Aécio

Minas Gerais native and Brazil analyst Luciana Guimarães on the rise of Aécio, the fall of Marina, and why Dilma is in the hot seat.

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Brazilection 2014: Wait, What?!

João Schlüter on the shocking results of Round One in Brazil

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