FGV/EPGE - Brazilian School of Economics and Finance promoted last week two special events to celebrate the 10 years of its Professional Master in Finance and Business Economics.
On June 15th, it held a special seminar with the theme "Brazil in the short and long term." The proposal was to discuss the major economic issues of the country both from a more structural perspective as a point of view that emphasize the current difficulties experienced by the country.
The opening cerimony of the first event was attended by Carlos Ivan Simonsen Leal, president of FGV; Rubens Penha Cysne, director of EPGE and Marco Bonomo, professor EPGE and one of the Professional Master's program coordinators. The panel "Economic Reforms and Long-Term Prospects" was presented by Edmar Bacha, the IEPE; Fabio Giambiagi, BNDES and Pedro Cavalcanti Ferreira, professor of EPGE and also Master's program coordinator. The final panel of the event "Dilemmas Short Term Brazilian Economic Policy", featured presentations by Márcio Garcia, PUC Rio; Renato Fragelli, EPGE and director of the EPGE school's graduate program and EPGE professor James Berriel. They were present students and former students of the master's house teachers and large external public.
On June 17th happened the end of the celebrations was due to a big party in Copacabana for all students, alumni and teachers of the course.
According to Marco Bonomo EPGE, "this was the best way we found to mark the 1st decade of our Professional Master, celebrating their success with great economists and alongside those who were part of this story."