The working papers below are written by graduate students in the seminar on "Political, Social, and Economic Development of Brazil" (INAFU4409) taught by Sidney N. Nakahodo.
Almeida, Guilherme: Democracy 3.0 – Moving towards a digital citizenship agenda and to more accountable practices as a response to diffuse social demands
Amenabar, Ines: Unidade de Policia Pacificadora Regaining Security for Rio's Favela Residents
Belazis, Thomas: Fueling Brazil's Agribusiness Industry to Tackle Global Food Security
Bento de Faria, Flavia: Extending the Bolsa Familia CCT Benefits
Bradshaw, Amanda: Flooding and Planning for Climate Change in Sao Paulo
Carducci, Giuliana: Demographic Dividend, where does Brazil stand and what are the challenges ahead?
Crosby, Camilla: Into the REDD and out of the red: capitalizing on climate change
Ju, Yi: Review of the Difficult Partnership between China and Brazil from 1988 to Present
Martinez-Cantu, Diego: Public Transportation in Sao Paulo: Where to Go?
Mayen, Carolina: The Struggle for an Excellent Health System
Pocasangre, Oscar: Policy Note: Fixiing the Brazilian Labor Market
Tam, Noelle: Infrastructual Concession in Brazil - Paving the Road to Growth
Wall, Sarah Elizabeth: Programa de Financiamento as Exportacoes: An Analysis of Brazil's PROEX Export Financing Program
Watson, Trae: Mega Sporting Events Pressure Brazil Into Clean Up favelas
White, Kendra: Quality Matters: Public Private Partnership as a means to improve Education
Wolsky, A: The Brazilian Protest Movement of 2013: Is This the End of Brazilian Acceptance of Politicians who Roubam Mas Faz?
Boehr, Rachel: Preparations for the 2014 World Cup and Beyond
Hongxiang, Huang: Disclosure of Social and Environmental Risks Strategically Manage the Chinese Extractive Investment in Brazil
Jenkins, Brittany: Correcting Prejudice in Brazilian Legal Discourse
Lima, Maya: Brazilian and Mozambican Relations: The Double Edged Sword of Development
Maffai, Thomas: Cracking Down on the Crack Cocaine ‘Epidemic’ in Brazil
Smith, Talia: Implications of Pre-Salt Petroleum Policy on Development in Brazil