Day 1 - September 3, 2015
Nelson Barbosa, Minister of Planning, Budget and Management, Brazil.
Luciano Coutinho, President of the Brazilian Economic and Social Development Bank, Brazil
Gleisson Rubin, President of the Brazilian National School of Public Administration, Brazil.
Paulo José Galli, Vice-President for Governmental Relations of Caixa, Brazil.
Jorge Chediek, United Nations Resident Coordinator and United Nations Development Program Resident Representative, Brazil.
Antonio Prado, Deputy Executive Secretary, ECLAC.
SPECIAL SESSION 1: The Developmental State
From Market Fixing to Market Making: implications for smart inclusive growth – Mariana Mazzucato, Professor of Economics of Innovation, Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) of the University of Sussex, United Kingdom.
Logistics Investment Program: A Development Agenda for Brazil – Dyogo Henrique de Oliveira, Deputy Minister of Planning, Budget and Management, Brazil.
SPECIAL SESSION 2: The Entrepreneurial State
Policy Dialogues in Industrial Policies and Innovation – Giovanni Dosi, Economics Professor at the School of Advanced Studies of Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy and Honorary Professor at Sussex University, United Kingdom.
The Entrepreneur Brazilian State: Two Cases of Success – Luiz Bevilacqua, Professor at COPPE-UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro.
INTERACTIVE SESSION 1: Governance and Sustainability
Green Economy, Institutional Change and Long-term Sustainability – John Mathews, Professor of Strategic Management at Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM), Australia.
INTERACTIVE SESSION 2: Challenges for the Development of Latin America
Planning and Prospective in Latin America for Sustainable Development – Jorge Mattar, Director of ILPES – Latin American and Caribbean Institute for Economic and Social Planning (ECLAC).
Sustainable Development in the Post 2015 Agenda – Rômulo Paes de Sousa, Director of the Rio+ World Centre for Sustainable Development, Brazil.
Challenges for Development: The New Context – Francisco Eduardo Pires de Souza, Advisor to the Department for Planning of the Economic and Social Development Bank (BNDES).
Development and Crisis: Challenges and Dilemmas of the Democratic Agenda – Diogo de Sant’Ana, Head of Special Advisor of the Civil Office of the Presidency (Brasil).
SPECIAL SESSION 3: Financing for Development: Challenges and Perspectives
Financial Governance: What Changed and What Didn’t? – Jan Kregel, Senior Scholar at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College and Director of its Monetary Policy and Financial Structure Program, United States.
The Multilateral Development Banks and International Governance – Paulo Nogueira Batista Júnior, Economist, Vice-President in the BRICS New Development Bank, Shanghai.
Day 2 - September 4, 2015
SPECIAL SESSION 4: Development and Innovation
Innovation and Development: Intellectual Property Constrains – Benjamin Coriat, Professor of Economics at the University Paris 13, France.
Knowledge Governance: Reasserting the Public Interest – Leonardo Burlamaqui, Professor of Economics at UERJ and Research Scholar at the Levy Economics Institute, Brazil.
SPECIAL SESSION 5: Challenges for the Brazilian Development
Strategic Dimensions of the Brazilian Development – Mariano Francisco Laplane, President of the Center for Management and Strategic Studies (CGEE), Brazil.
Progress and Challenges for Social Development in Brazil – Tereza Campello, Minister of Social Development and Fight Against Hunger, Brazil.
Q&A (SESSIONS 4 AND 5)
Interactive session 3: Public Policies Challenges
State Capacities as a Challenge for Public Policy – Renato Boschi, Professor of the Institute for Social and Political Studies, State University of Rio de Janeiro. Chief Person of the National Institute for Science and Technology in Public Policies, Strategies and Development, Brazil.
Development in Unequal Societies – Celia Lessa Kerstenetzky, Professor at the Faculty of Economics at Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF), Brazil.
“Can Public Policies Really Improve the Rate of Economic Growth?” – Thomas Trebat, Director of the Columbia Global Center, Latin America, United States.
Interactive session 4: Strategies and Governance in the XXIst Century
Alternative Strategies and the Role of Governance, the Chinese Experience – Anna Jaguaribe, IBRACH (Institute for Brazil and China Studies), Brazil.
From Catching Up to Technological Frontier: Challenges for Knowledge Governance – Ana Célia Castro, Professor at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ).
SPECIAL SESSION 6: Development Challenges for Emerging Countries
Development Challenges for Emerging Countries in a Global Era – Robert Wade, Professor of Political Economy and Development, London School of Economics (LSE), England.
State, society and market, a new equation to be launched – Antonio Prado, Deputy Executive Secretary, ECLAC.
Gleisson Rubin, President of the National School of Public Administration (Enap), Brazil.
Ana Célia Castro, Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil