Graduate Seminars

The Graduate Seminars promote the debate of high-quality research in management and public administration. Keynote researchers present a working paper or recently published article in their areas of expertise and debate it with a broad audience of faculty members, PhD or MSc students.

The seminars are mandatory to all FGV EBAPE Academic Master´s and Doctoral students in their first year and it is open to the external public. In this case, it is necessary to register in the website prior to date, subject to availability.

No certificate or proof of participation will be issued.


Profa. Ishani Aggarwal
Coordination

2nd Quarter | 2022
DATE SPEAKER TITLE REGISTRATION
May 4
10am
Debora Thompson
Georgetown University
Zero-Sum Perceptions and the Moral Acceptability of Premium Services -
May 11
10am
France Bélanger
Virginia Tech
Context Versus Rationality: Understanding Family Privacy and Technology Use Decisions -
May 18
10am
Robert Davison
City University of Hong Kong
Publishing in International Journals Register now
May 25
10am
Vasso Ioannidou
City University of London
Corporate Pension Risk-Taking in a Low Interest Rate Environment Register now
June 1st
10am
Marcelo Guzella
FGV EBAPE
TBA -

 

PREVIOUS EVENTS

2022
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Jan 12
10am
Leonardo Barcellos
Emory University
Can Investors See Through Managers’ Evasive Responses in Earnings Calls Join Zoom Meeting
Jan 19
10am
Gabriel Vasconcelos
BOCOM BBM Bank
Managers Versus Machines: Do Algorithms Replicate Human Intuition In Credit Ratings?
Jan 26
10am
Prof. Tobias Berg 
Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
On the Rise of Payment Firms
Feb 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
Mar 9
10am
Prof. Anita Woolley 
Carnegie Mellon University
Collective attention and collective intelligence: The role of hierarchy and group gender composition
Mar 16
10am
Prof. Guillermo Toral 
Vanderbilt University
Political bureaucratic cycles: Public employment and service delivery around elections in Brazil.
2021
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Feb. 03 Diana Bonfim 
Bank of Portugal
Growing SMEs: The sensitivity of investment and employment to the cost of debt financing
Feb. 10 Luciana de Souza Leão 
University of Michigan
Optics of the State: The Politics of Making Poverty Visible in Brazil and Mexico
Feb. 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 5 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
Aug 11
10am
Paulo Jannuzzi 
IBGE
Statistics and the fight against hunger and poverty: elective affinities that made difference in public policy
Aug 25
10am
Sharon Gilad 
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
An Inductive-Deductive Conceptualization and Operationalization of Citizens’ Coping with Administrative Burdens through Self-Presentation
Sept 8
10am
Christa H.S. Bouwman
Mays Business School | Texas A&M University
Bank Capital and Bank Stock Performance
Sept 15
10am
Kelly LeRoux 
University of Illinois Chicago
Nonprofit Messaging and the 2020 Election: Findings from a Nonpartisan Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV) Field Experiment
Sept 22
10am
João Victor Guedes 
 University of Pittsburg
Bureaucratic Polarization
Oct 13
10am
Madalina Busuioc
Leiden University
Accountable Artificial Intelligence in the Public Sector
Oct 20
10am
Martin Williams 
Blavatnik School of Government
Bureaucratic Networks and Appointments: Evidence from Brazil
Nov 3
10am
Minah Jung
Stern New York University
When willingness-to-pay seems irrational: The role of perceived market price
Nov 10
10am
Zheng Gong 
University of Toronto
Growing Influence
Nov 17
10am
Mauricio Ivan Dussauge Laguna 
CIDE/Mexico
The promises and perils of populism for democratic policymaking: The Case of Mexico
2020
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Jan, 29 Rafael Schiozer
FGV EAESP
Bank loan forbearance: evidence from a million restructured loans
Feb, 05 Bernardo de Oliveira Guerra Ricca
INSPER
Procurement payment periods and political contributions: evidence from Brazilian municipalities
Feb, 12 Evelyn Brodkin
University of Chicago
Toward Understanding the State at the Street: How Street-Level Organizations Matter.
Mar, 04 Patricio Valenzuela
University of Chile
Sovereign Credit Risk, Financial Fragility, and Global Factors
Mar, 11 Vinicius Carrasco
PUC-Rio
Robustness in Mechanism Design
May, 20 Urszula Lagowska
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
FGV EBAPE
Banks’ Balance Sheet Management as a Bargaining Tool: Evidence from Union Strikes
June, 03 Claudio Meilman Ferreira
FGV EBAPE
The Heterogeneous Effects of Temporary Deferrals on Donation Behavior in Brazil
June, 10 Sandro Cabral
INSPER
The Resource-Based Paradox Of Impact-Oriented Strategies:  A Study In The Context Of Microcredit
June, 17 Marco Bonomo
INSPER
Labor Market Effects of a Credit Crunch
July, 22 Abhishek Borah 
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
Aug, 12 Mauro Guillen 
Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania 
Research Opportunities in a Pandemic
Aug, 26 David Schoenherr 
Princeton University
Spatial Mobility and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from Credit Lotteries
Sept, 16 Carmelo Cennamo 
Copenhagen Business School
Market Architectural Shift: The Impact of Digital Platforms on Incumbent Firms and The Role of Asset Ownership
Sept, 23 Antonio Pedro Ramos 
UCLA
Effects of Randomized Corruption Audits on Early-Life Mortality in Brazil
Oct, 14 Dietmar Leisen 
Gutenberg University in Mainz
When the remedy is the problem: Risk governance in independent bank boards
Nov, 11 Janis Skrastins
Washington University in St. Louis
Court Quality and Economic Resilience
Nov, 18 Mariana Borges 
Oxford
Weapons of clients: why voters support bad patrons? Ethnographic Evidence from Rural Brazil
Dec, 09 Martin Valdivia
GRADE
Nudging micro entrepreneurs into formalization under the gang rule: Experimental evidence from Urban Brazil
Dec, 11 Cait Lamberton 
Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
Introducing System Zero: The Drive for Marketplace Dignity
Dec, 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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MSc & PhD
Academic Coordination
 msc.phd@fgv.br | (55 21) 3083- 2752 | (55 21) 3083- 2726

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