Duração do curso
Mestrado: 21 meses Doutorado: 48 meses
Período de inscrição
02/01 - 03/08/2023
Vídeo MSc&PhD

Graduate Seminars

Os Graduate Seminars promovem o debate de pesquisas de alta qualidade em Gestão e Administração Pública. Pesquisadores apresentam um working paper ou um artigo recentemente publicado, discutindo o tema com os participantes: membros do corpo docente, alunos de Doutorado e Mestrado. 

Os seminários são obrigatórios para todos os alunos do primeiro ano do Mestrado e do Doutorado Acadêmico da FGV EBAPE, também ficando abertos ao público externo. Neste caso, é necessário inscrever-se previamente pelo site, pois há limite de vagas. 

Confira as disciplinas dos GRADUATE SEMINARS

Prof. Alex Faria - Coordenação 

Liliane Furtado
In the Leader’s Stead: The Role of Surrogates in Shaping Leader-Member Exchange Differentiation in Teams
Nimruji Jammulamadaka
(IIM Calcutta)
Reinterpreting Indigenous Organising from the South Asian Ardhanari Androgyne metaphor 
Diego Coraiola
(University of Victoria)
Ties That Bind: How do U.S. Universities Manage Past Slavery Entanglements? 
Shaun Ruggunan
(Zulu Natal University)
Decolonising Management Studies: A Love StoryInscreva-se
Angela Dy
(Loughborough University)
A confirmarEm breve

Eventos anteriores






Johann Cas

“Artificial intelligence” and social sustainability – does ethics of artificial intelligence as a global challenge also need global answers? 


Abhishek Borah 

Myopic Price Promotions in IPOs: Evidence from Ride-Hailing Platforms 

01/03 10h

Kai Wegrich
(Hertie School) 

The politics of experimental policymaking 


Daniel Lacerda
(Montpellier Business School) 

Teaching Critical Management in the age of chatGPT: reflecting on the opportunity to promote civic management education 


Fernanda Sauerbronn (UFRJ) 

Approaching a Decolonial Stance: conceptual and methodological issues





January 12

Leonardo Barcellos Emory University

Can Investors See Through Managers’ Evasive Responses in Earnings Calls Join Zoom Meeting 

January 19

Gabriel Vasconcelos BOCOM BBM Bank

Managers Versus Machines: Do Algorithms Replicate Human Intuition In Credit Ratings? 

January 26 10am

Prof. Tobias Berg Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

On the Rise of Payment Firms

February 16 10am

Prof. Christian Schuster University College London

Bureaucrats hired through connections are more dishonest and less pro-social: behavioural evidence from 5,000 bureaucrats in four countries

March 09 10am

Prof. Anita Woolley  Carnegie Mellon University

Collective attention and collective intelligence: The role of hierarchy and group gender composition 

March 16 10am

Prof. Guillermo Toral  Vanderbilt University

Political bureaucratic cycles: Public employment and service delivery around elections in Brazil.

May 04 10am

Profa. Debora Thompson Georgetown University

Zero-Sum Perceptions and the Moral Acceptability of Premium Services

May 11 10a 

Profa. France BélangerVirginia Tech 

Context Versus Rationality: Understanding Family Privacy and Technology Use Decisions 

May 18 10am 

Prof. Robert Davison City University of Hong Kong 

Publishing in International Journals 

May 25 10am 

Prof. Vasso Ioannidou City University of London 

Corporate Pension Risk-Taking in a Low Interest Rate Environment 

June 01 10am 

Marcelo Guzella FGV EBAPE 

How Venture Capital Network Features and National Distances Affect Impact Investing 

July 27 10am  

Prof. Marina Gama FGV EAESP 

From political ties to nonprofit connections? The strategic reconfiguration of cross-sector interactions 

August 17 10am 

Prof. Rodrigo Leite COPPEAD/UFRJ 

Competition and Efficiency in Procurement Auctions: Evidence from a million Brazilian auctions 

September 13  10am 

Prof. Lily Morse West Virginia University 

“You don’t want to do that”: Economic self-sacrifice as enlightened self-interest 

September 14 10am 

Prof. Sara Heller University of Michigan 

Predicting and Preventing Gun Violence: Experimental Evidence from READI Chicago 

September 21 10am 

Prof. Susannah Paletz University of Maryland 

There is No ‘AI’ in Teams: A Multidisciplinary Framework for AIs to Work in Human Teams 

October 19 10am 

Mariana Carvalho Barbosa University of California, San Diego 

The Political Economy of Assassinations 

November 11 9am 

Robert Davison City University of Hong Kong 

Action Research for Business Research 

November 23 10am 

Geraldo Cerqueiro Católica-Lisbon 

Priced-out: Affordable Housing and Labor Markets 

December 07 10am 

Renata Peregrino de Brito PUC-Rio 

Microentrepreneurship in Brazil: Mind the Gap 

December14 10am 

Liliane Furtado COPPEAD 

What Works for Me Does Not Work For Us: Exploring the Mechanisms of the LMX Differentiation Process on Performance 





February 03 

Diana Bonfim  Bank of Portugal 

Growing SMEs: The sensitivity of investment and employment to the cost of debt financing 

February 10 

Luciana de Souza Leão  University of Michigan 

Optics of the State: The Politics of Making Poverty Visible in Brazil and Mexico 

February 24 

Joana Monteiro  FGV EBAPE 

Measuring expansion of armed groups in Rio de Janeiro 

March 10  

Cecilia Machado FGV EPGE 

How and When: Cash and Care Effects of Conditional Cash Transfers on Birth Outcome 

March 17 

Diana Moreira UC Davis 

Political Turnover, Bureaucratic Turnover, and the Quality of Public Services 

April 14 


Theresa Pardo University at Albany, State University of New York 

Creating Public Value in Cities: A Call for Focus on Context and Capability 

April 28 


Leonardo Marques UFRJ 

There is more than meets the eye: An action research of blockchain potential to improve working conditions in fashion 

May 05 


Alice Moon The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania 

Giving Suggestions: Using Quantity Requests to Increase Donations 

May 19 



Adam Sheingate Johns Hopkins University 

Policy Regime Decay 

June 16 


Yan Vietes  FGV EBAPE 

Can Self-Protective Behaviors Increase Unrealistic Optimism? Evidence from the COVID-19 Pandemic 

August 11 


Paulo Jannuzzi  IBGE 

Statistics and the fight against hunger  and poverty: elective affinities that made difference in public policy 

August 25 


Sharon Gilad Hebrew University of Jerusalem 

An Inductive-Deductive Conceptualization and Operationalization of Citizens’ Coping with Administrative Burdens through Self-Presentation 

September 08 


Christa H.S. Bouwman Mays Business School | Texas A&M University 

Bank Capital and Bank Stock Performance 

September 15 


Kelly LeRoux  University of Illinois Chicago 

Nonprofit Messaging and the 2020 Election: Findings from a Nonpartisan Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV) Field Experiment 

September 22 


João Victor Guedes  University of Pittsburg 

Bureaucratic Polarization 

October 13 


Madalina Busuioc Leiden University 

Accountable Artificial Intelligence in the Public Sector 

October 20 


Martin Williams  Blavatnik School of Government 

Bureaucratic Networks and Appointments: Evidence from Brazil 

November 03 


Minah Jung Stern New York University 

When willingness-to-pay seems irrational: The role of perceived market price 

November 10 


Zheng Gong  University of Toronto 

Growing Influence 

November 17 


Mauricio Ivan Dussauge Laguna CIDE/Mexico 

The promises and perils of populism for democratic policymaking: The Case of Mexico 

December 12 


Leonardo Barcellos Emory University 

Can Investors See Through Managers’ Evasive Responses in Earnings Calls Join Zoom Meeting 

December 19 


Gabriel Vasconcelos BOCOM BBM Bank 

Managers Versus Machines: Do Algorithms Replicate Human Intuition In Credit Ratings? 

December 26 


Prof. Tobias Berg  Frankfurt School of Finance and Management 

On the Rise of Payment Firms 

February 12

Prof. Christian Schuster University College London 

Bureaucrats hired through connections are more dishonest and less pro-social: behavioural evidence from 5,000 bureaucrats in four countries 

March 09

Prof. Anita Woolley [Text Wrapping Break]Carnegie Mellon University 

Collective attention and collective intelligence: The role of hierarchy and group gender composition* 

March 16

Prof. Guillermo Toral [Text Wrapping Break]Vanderbilt University 

Political bureaucratic cycles: Public employment and service delivery around elections in Brazil. 





January 20  

Rafael Schiozer[Text Wrapping Break]FGV EAESP 

Bank loan forbearance: evidence from a million restructured loans 

February 05 

Bernardo de Oliveira Guerra Ricca[Text Wrapping Break]INSPER 

Procurement payment periods and political contributions: evidence from Brazilian municipalities 

February 12 

Evelyn Brodkin[Text Wrapping Break]University of Chicago 

Toward Understanding the State at the Street: How Street-Level Organizations Matter. 

March 03 

Patricio Valenzuela[Text Wrapping Break]University of Chile 

Sovereign Credit Risk, Financial Fragility, and Global Factors 

March 11 

Vinicius Carrasco[Text Wrapping Break]PUC-Rio 

Robustness in Mechanism Design 

May 20 

Urszula Lagowska[Text Wrapping Break]FGV EBAPE 

Close Enough to Make a Difference? The Differential Effects of Authentic and Ethical Leadership on Alleviating Social Identity Threat 

May 27 

Weichao Wang [Text Wrapping Break]FGV EBAPE 

Banks’ Balance Sheet Management as a Bargaining Tool: Evidence from Union Strikes 

June 03 

Claudio Meilman Ferreira[Text Wrapping Break]FGV EBAPE 

The Heterogeneous Effects of Temporary Deferrals on Donation Behavior in Brazil 

June 10 

Sandro Cabral[Text Wrapping Break]INSPER 

The Resource-Based Paradox Of Impact-Oriented Strategies:  A Study In The Context Of Microcredit 

June 17 

Marco Bonomo[Text Wrapping Break]INSPER 

Labor Market Effects of a Credit Crunch 

July 22 

Abhishek Borah [Text Wrapping Break]INSEAD 

When Veblen Meets Big Data: A Search-Based Index of Brand Conspicuousness 

July 29 

Gustavo Moreira  IFRJ 

Blowing the Whistle in Brazil: The Prevalence of Wrongdoing, Whistleblowing, Retaliation and the Role of Gender 

August 12 

Mauro Guillen  Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania  

Research Opportunities in a Pandemic 

August 26 

David Schoenherr  Princeton University 

Spatial Mobility and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from Credit Lotteries 

September 16  

Carmelo Cennamo Copenhagen Business School 

Market Architectural Shift: The Impact of Digital Platforms on Incumbent Firms and The Role of Asset Ownership 

September 23  

Antonio Pedro Ramos  UCLA 

Effects of Randomized Corruption Audits on Early-Life Mortality in Brazil 

October 14  

Dietmar Leisen  Gutenberg University in Mainz 

When the remedy is the problem: Risk governance in independent bank boards 

November 11  

Janis Skrastins Washington University in St. Louis 

Court Quality and Economic Resilience 

November 18 

Mariana Borges  Oxford 

Weapons of clients: why voters support bad patrons? Ethnographic Evidence from Rural Brazil 

December 09 

Martin Valdivia GRADE 

Nudging micro entrepreneurs into formalization under the gang rule: Experimental evidence from Urban Brazil 

December 11  

Cait Lamberton  Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania 

Introducing System Zero: The Drive for Marketplace Dignity 

December 16  

Gustavo Cesário  Marketing Professor at UniCarioca 

The sousveillance of politically connected entities and individuals in the public sector: an armchair audit approach of related party transactions 

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