Fernando Luiz Abrucio
He holds a degree in Social Sciences from the University of São Paulo (1990), a Master's degree in Political Science from the University of São Paulo (1995) and a doctorate in Political Science from the University of São Paulo (2000) in addition to an incomplete graduation in Social Communication with Advertising from the School of Propaganda and Marketing (1987-1989). Winner of the Moinho Santista Prize for best Brazilian political scientist in the youth category (2001), winner of the Lourival Gomes Machado award, as the best master's dissertation from the Department of Political Science of USP (1998) and winner of two ANPAD awards as Best Management in the country (1998 and 2003). He has been a professor and researcher at the Getulio Vargas Foundation (SP) since 1995, and is currently Head of the Department of Public Management (GEP). He held the position of Coordinator of the Graduation Program in Public Administration from 2011 to 2017. Previously, he held the position of Coordinator of the Master's and Doctorate in Public Administration and Government (2006 - 2010). He was a professor at the Policy Department of PUC (SP), from 1996 to 2008. He worked as a political columnist for the newspaper Valor Econômico S/A from 2000 to 2006 and for the Época Magazine from 2007 to 2013, and today he is the host of the Program named Discuta, São Paulo, at CBN radio. He is the coordinator of the WG Political Power and Democratic Controls of the National Association of Graduation Studies and Research in Social Sciences, between 2005 and 2006, a position that he has occupied since 2013. He was an Adjunt Secretary of the Brazilian Association of Political Science (2001-2002) and is currently the president of the National Association of Public Field Education and Research (ANEPCP). His research topics are in the areas of Political Science, Public Administration, Public Policy and Comparative Politics, with emphasis on issues related to Education, Intergovernmental Relations and Federalism, as well as on State Reform and Public Management.