Eliana Cardoso holds a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT and is Professor of Economics at the Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo. A former "William Clayton Professor" at the Fletcher School (Tufts University), she was also a Visiting Associate Professor of Economics at MIT, Yale, Georgetown University, and USP. She served as Lead Economist and Sector Manager at the World Bank, as Secretary for International Affairs at the Ministry of Finance in Brazil, and as Advisor in the Research Department of the IMF. She was President of New England Council of Latin American Studies and she currently serves as a Member of the International Advisory Board of the Instituto de Empresa (Madrid) and as a Director of the Advisory Council of the Global Development Network (New Delhi). She writes weekly opinion pieces for Valor Econômico and a monthly article for O Estado de São Paulo. Her most recent book is Fábulas Econômicas (Pearson, 2006).
Recent Blog Posts by Eliana Cardoso
- Rocking, but not capsizing
- Brazil: Lessons From ’29
- South America for the Chinese?
- Hidden Aces
- Fake Democracies
- Plus ça change…
- Happiness map
- Violence and Productivity Growth
- Crime in Latin America
- Brazil’s Fiscal Package
- Do circumstances make the thief?
- The middle class
- A Chinese Threat?
- Brazil Needs a Tax Reform
- Can Brazil Sustain a 5% Growth Rate?
- Brazil, China and India – Comparative Advantages