CALL FOR PAPERS AND BOOK-LAUNCH PROPOSALS
The Economics and Politics Research Group (EPRG) is accepting submissions of papers and book launch proposals for the joint events Fourth Latin American Workshop in Law and Economics, LAWLE 2017 and Fifth Annual Meeting of the Economics and Politics Research Group, 2017 EPRG to be held on November 16 to 18, 2017 in Brasilia, Brazil. We are looking for papers and books that cut across the fields of economics, political science, law, sociology and psychology.
Submissions of papers and book-launch proposals should be made by September 15, 2017 through the submission webpage:
Selection results will be announced by September 30, 2017. Please, also check:
Due to limited space, we kindly suggest those who are interested in attending the events to register at their earliest convenience.
We look forward to meeting you in Brasilia!
President of the Organizing Committees of LAWLE 2017 and 2017 EPRG
http://www.bugarinmauricio.com, http://www.EconPolRG.com, http://www.LAWLE.ORG/LAWLE-2017
We are pleased to announce that Universidad de Los Andes’ prof. Eleonora Lozano Rodriguez has confirmed participation in the joint Lawle-EPRG 2017 event.
Prof. Eleonora Lozano is Director of the Masters Program in Taxation as well as the Specialization Program in Taxation at UniAndes. A permanent member of the organizing committee of LAWLE, prof. Lozano is an expert in arbitration, member of the Centro de Arbitraje y Conciliación Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá and of the Centro de Arbitraje y Conciliación (MARCO) del Autorregulador del Mercado de Valores.
We are pleased to inform that Yokohama National University‘s Professor Keiichi Yamazaki, has confirmed participation in the joint Lawle-EPRG 2017 event.
Prof. Keiichi Yamazaki is Head, Department of International Development, GSISS, YNU, Head, Department of International Economics, College of Economics, YNU, Chief, Macroeconomic Growth Division, Center for Economic Growth Strategy, YNU, Researcher, Unit for Development Policy for Latin America, Institute of Advanced Sciences, YNU and Vice Director, Joint Japan-World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program at YNU on Public Policy and Taxation.
Prof. Yamazaki is a current Board Member of the Japan Society of Social Science on Latin America and of the Japan Association for the Study of Local Government. He is currently on the Organizing Committee of the 2017 Annual Meeting of Japan Association for the Study of Local Government (to be held in November at Senshu University, Tokyo) and of The 74th Annual Meeting of Japan Institute of Public Finance (to be held in September 2017 at Rikkyo University, Tokyo)
CHAMADA PARA SUBMISSÃO DE TRABALHOS E PROPOSTAS DE LANÇAMENTO DE LIVROS
O Economics and Politics Research Group (EPRG) convida seus membros e demais interessados a submeter suas pesquisas para apresentação nos eventos conjuntos LAWLE 2017 e 2017 EPRG, que serão realizados de 16 a 18 de novembro de 2017 em Brasília.
Temos especial interesse em artigos multidisciplinares nas áreas de Economia, Ciência Política, Direito, Sociologia e Psicologia.
Este ano teremos uma sessão acadêmica especial de lançamento de livros seguida de autógrafos, no modelo usado no Third Annual Meeting do EPRG.
Submissões de artigos e de propostas de lançamento de livros devem ser feitas até o dia 15 de setembro de 2017, na página de submissão em:
Devido aos limites naturais de espaço físico, sugerimos aos interessados em participar do evento que se inscrevam o quanto antes na página indicada acima.
Presidente da Comissão Organizadora do LAWLE 2017 e 2017 EPRG
www.bugarinmauricio.com, www.EconPolRG.com, http://www.LAWLE.ORG/LAWLE-2017
We are pleased to announce that Brazilian High Court of Justice’s Justice Reynaldo S. da Fonseca has confirmed participation in LAWLE 2017.
From CNPq Lattes and the Brazilian Federal Senate:
Reynaldo Soares da Fonseca is Justice at the Brazilian High Court of Justice and professor at the Universidade Federal do Maranhão (UFMA, on leave). Fonseca has a Law Degree from UFMA, several graduate courses in Law, a Masters Degree in Public Law from the Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC_SP) and is presently a PhD in Constitutional Law candidate at FADISP-SP. Justice Fonseca has received several award and recognitions for his achievements, including: II (2011), III (2012) and IV (2013) PRÊMIO CONCILIAR É LEGAL – VERTENTE JUSTIÇA FEDERAL, CONSELHO NACIONAL DE JUSTIÇA; Medalha do Mérito Eleitoral do Tribunal Regional Eleitoral – DF (2008), Medalha Santos Dumont do Ministério da Defesa – Comando da Aeronáutica (2009), Medalha Grã- Cruz do Mérito Judiciário “Milton Campos” da Seção Judiciária de Minas Gerais (2013), Medalha da Ordem do Mérito Judiciário Militar – Quadro Especial – Alta Distinção – do Superior Tribunal Militar (2014).
Doutorando em Direito Constitucional pela FADISP-SP, com pesquisa realizada na Universidade de Siena-Itália (créditos concluídos). Mestrado em Direito Público (PUC/SP). Pós-Graduação em Direito Constitucional (UFMA), Direito Penal (UNB) e Inteligência Financeira (ESAF). Graduação em Direito pela Universidade Federal do Maranhão. Colóquios Internacionais de Direito Constitucional, Administrativo, Processo Civil e Tributário com a Universidade Humboldt de Berlim e da Universidade de Friburgo – Alemanha. Visitas Técnicas ao Superior Tribunal Administrativo de Leipzig e ao Superior Tribunal Financeiro de Munique – Alemanha. Ex-Procurador do Estado do Maranhão. Ex-Juiz de Direito do Distrito Federal e Territórios. Ex-Juiz Federal Substituto da Seção Judiciária do Distrito Federal. Ex- Diretor do Foro da Seção Judiciária do Maranhão. Ex-Vice-Diretor do Foro da SJDF. Ex-Juiz Federal da 1a. Vara/MA e da 22a. Vara/ DF. Convocado para o TRF/1ª Região, de 2005/2009. Ex-Coordenador do Projeto INFOJUD – Informações ao Judiciário – Secretaria da Receita Federal xTRF/1ª Região, do Projeto de Conciliação – Sistema Financeiro de Habitação – SFH- e do Projeto INFOSEG – Ministério da Justiça x TRF/1ª Região. No Tribunal Regional Federal da Primeira Região. Ex-Desembargador Federal do TRF/1a. Região. Ex-Presidente da 7a. Turma e da 4a. Seção. Ex-Membro da Comissão de Regimento e do XIII Concurso para Juiz Federal Substituto da Primeira Região. Ex-Coordenador do Sistema de Conciliação da Justiça Federal da Primeira Região. Ex-Coordenador dos Juizados Especiais Federais da Primeira Região. Ex- Presidente da Comissão de Jurisprudência, Gestor de Metas/CNJ. Tem experiência em diversas áreas do Direito, com ênfase em Direito Constitucional, Direito Administrativo, Direito Tributário, Direito Penal, Processo Penal e Mediação/Conciliação. É autor de vários artigos científicos. É coautor de vários livros. Ministro do Superior Tribunal de Justiça, desde maio/2015, e Professor da Universidade Federal do Maranhão, desde 1987.
We are pleased to announce that prof. Leon Victor de Queiroz Barbosa, Federal University of Campina Grande
has confirmed he will participate in LAWLE 2017.
Leon Victor de Queiroz Barbosa is Professor of Political Science at Federal University of Campina Grande, where coordinates the area of Political Science in the department of Social Sciences. He is also deputy coordinator of the Master Program in Political Science at the same institution. As a researcher, he’s member of the Center of Legislative Studies (Federal University of Minas Gerais) and of the PRAETOR – Study Group of Judiciary, Politics and Society (Federal University of Pernambuco).
He is also the Editor of Studies of Politics Review and member of the Eletronic Review of Political Science’s editoral board. His current research focus on judicial empowerment in Latin America using Qualitative Comparative Analysis approach, financed by CNPq (National Research Council)
In 2016 Professor Barbosa was awarded a “honorable mention” in the CAPES Thesis Award for his Ph.D. Thesis, “The Silence of the Incumbents: partisan fragmentation and judicial empowerment in Brazil”. He acts on the following fields: judicial institutions, political institutions, comparative politics and quantitative methods.
We are pleased to announce that prof. Alberto Simpser Mondlak, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, ITAM-Political Science Department
has confirmed he will participate in LAWLE 2017.
From Prof. Alberto Simpser’s webpage:
Professor Simpser’s research examines major problems in the political economy of development, including corruption, electoral manipulation, and failures of governance and democratic accountability. His work utilizes statistical, experimental, formal, and qualitative methods. Prof. Simpser joined the faculty of ITAM (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México) as Associate Professor in the fall of 2014. Previously, he worked as Assistant Professor of political science at the University of Chicago. He has been a residential Fellow at the Princeton Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, and a National Fellow at the Hoover Institution. He is a Level II National Researcher in Mexico’s Sistema Nacional de Investigadores. Prof. Simpser holds a PhD degree in political science and an MA degree in economics from Stanford University, and a B.Sc. degree in engineering sciences from Harvard College.
We are pleased to announce that prof. Luciano Timm, UNISINOS Law School has confirmed he will participate in LAWLE 2017.
Prof. Luciano Timm is the President of the Brazilian Law and Economics Association, ABDE.
From Carvalho, Machado e Timm Advogados:
Luciano Timm has worked as a corporate lawyer since 1994, with a professional experience both in the south of Brazil and in São Paulo. Apart from his legal education, his legal practice is especially focused on the commercial and business impacts of each of the clients’ operations. He is well known for bringing elements of his academic experience in Law and Economics to the legal practice. Luciano is often retained for the drafting and negotiation of agreements in complex projects, as well as legal opinions. Moreover, he is highly recognised in the arbitration sphere in the main arbitral chambers in Brazil and abroad, working with matters related to corporate law, torts, real estate and construction matters, among others.
We are pleased to announce that prof. Rodrigo Soares, Lemann Professor of Brazilian Public Policy and International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, has just confirmed he will participate in LAWLE 2017.
From Columbia University School of Public Affairs:
Rodrigo R. Soares is Lemann Professor of Brazilian Public Policy and International and Public Affairs. Professor Soares’ research centers on development economics, ranging from labor, human capital, and demographic economics, to crime. His work has appeared in various scientific journals, including American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Public Economics, and Journal of Development Economics, among various others. Before joining Columbia, Soares taught at the Sao Paulo School of Economics-FGV, PUC-Rio, the University of Maryland, and the Harvard School of Public Health.
In 2006, he was awarded the Kenneth J. Arrow Award from the International Health Economics Association for the best paper published in the field of Health Economics. Soares is research fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA, Germany), research affiliate at J-PAL Latin America, and associate editor of the Journal of Human Capital, of the Journal of Demographic Economics, and of the IZA Journal of Labor & Development. He has acted as consultant for the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and state governments in Brazil on issues related to crime and violence, health, and development. He received his Ph.D. in Economics under the guidance of Gary S. Becker at the University of Chicago in 2002.