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Carlos Braga

Carlos Alberto Primo Braga
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Carlos Braga

Carlos Alberto Primo Braga
Adjunct Professor

Economics
Carlos Primo Braga deals in the area of international economy, macroeconomic scenarios, corporate strategy and international bodies (World Bank, IMF, WTO, OECD, UN). He holds a Doctorate Degree from University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, a Master’s Degree in Economics from the Universidade de São Paulo and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica. Braga is an adjunct professor at FDC, working for programs such as International Advisory Council, PAEX, Embraer, Sicredi, Roche, Sicoob, FGCOOP, DSM, Mapfre, Unilever, and Executive MBA. Carlos Primo Braga is a faculty member at IMD having taught in programs such as MBA, EMBA, BPSE, Hydro, Electrolux, Nestlé, Tetra Pak, Allan Gray, Bossard, FEBRABAN, ABB, BAE, Sumitomo. As an executive Braga was the manager for the infoDev (Information for Development Program) at World Bank (1997 – 2001), Informatics Senior Manager (World Bank, 2001-03); Director at the Economic Policies and Debt Department (World Bank, 2008-10); acting vice-president of the board of directors for the World Bank Group (2010), Director at the Department of Foreign Affairs for Europe (World Bank, 2011-12). His most recent publications are: Future of the Global Trade Order, co-editor with B. Hoekman  IMD, 2016; New Realities: Business Dynamics at the Frontiers of Globalization, co-editor with JP Lehmann, IMD, 2015; Sovereign Debt and the Financial Crisis: Will This Time Be Different?, co-editor with G.A. Vincelette, The World Bank, 2010; Innovation and Growth: Chasing a Moving Frontier, co-editor with V. Chandra, D. Erocal, and P.C. Padoan, OECD, 2009; Debt Relief and Beyond, co-editor with D. Doemeland, The World Bank, 2009; The WTO and Accession Countries, co-editor with O. Cattaneo, 2009; Trade Preference Erosion: Measurement and Policy Response, co-editor with B. Hoekman and W. Martin, The World Bank, 2009.

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