Brazil is one of the world's major economies, with rapid growth, a diverse basis and intense entrepreneurial activity. Like many other high growth economies, it faces a number of challenges. These include improving economic, social and public service structures, enhancing public policy and administration capacities and increasing the competitiveness of its companies.
LSE Enterprise applies the expertise of the London School of Economics and Political Science to these issues across the globe. We provide advisory and consultancy services and create customised executive education programmes for the public and private sectors in such areas as international political economy, public sector administration, leadership and strategy, change management, finance and marketing.
LSE Enterprise's work in Brazil is directed by our head office in London. Locally it is coordinated by Mr Carlos Alexandre Nascimento, an LSE alumnus and a coordinator of the São Paulo Chapter of the LSE Brazilian Alumni Association.
See an example of our work in Brazil and some recent activities
See our other work in Spanish-speaking Latin American countries
29 January 2014: public lecture at LSE by Governor Alexandre Tombini
2 May 2013: public lecture at LSE by VP of Brazilian Development Bank
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