Marcos Fernandes Goncalves da Silva
Marcos Fernandes Gonçalves da Silva has a degree in Economics from the University of São Paulo (1984), a doctorate in Economics from the University of São Paulo (1994) and a post-doctorate degree from SAS (http://americas.sas.ac.uk/) - University of London (1997/1998). He was a consultant to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), a consultant to FAPESP in the area of corruption and public policy. He is an associate researcher at Cepesp FGV. He is currently Associate Professor Full-time PhD from FGV/EAESP, was a collaborator of the Graduate Program in Economics, Coordinator of the Graduation in Economics, Pedagogical and Coordinator of the Center for Research in Decision Processes of the School of Economics of the São Paulo Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV/EESP). He was also Coordinator of the Graduation School of Business Administration of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (Master's, Doctorate in Public Administration and Government, Business Administration and Master's in Business Administration). He has experience in economics, with emphasis on Normative Economics, Ethics and Economics and Political Economy, working mainly in the following subjects: ethics and economics, corruption, experimental ethics, institutions and development (History), decision theories and political development economy. Graduated in Economics from FGV/EESP, he taught Interpretations of Brazil, State Crisis in Brazil, Contemporary History, Ethics and Economics and Introduction to Economics. In the Postgraduation Program of FGV/EESP, he taught Microeconomics III. In the scope of non-academic activities, he collaborated with the monthly magazine Época Negócios and collaborates with the "Analysis" columns of the Folha de São Paulo newspaper, having worked as an editorialist for this newspaper. Currently, he also writes for Valor Econômico and O Estado de São Paulo. Marcos Fernandes is also a contributing professor at the FGV Law School in São Paulo, where he teaches Law and Economics and Microeconomics. His last books are Ethics and Economics and Economic Training of Brazil, a Contemporary Reinterpretation (both by Campus/Elsevier).