Comparative Approaches to Public and Private Regulation: The U.S. and Brazil
Columbia Law School
April 17-18, 2015
Marta Machado, "Anti-Racist Legislation in Brazil: An Assessment of Adjudication in juridification of social demands through criminal law”
The Role of Courts
Bruno Salama, "Law and Economics in the Civil Law World: The Case of Brazilian Courts"
Lie Carmo , "The Social Costs of Commercial and Corporate Arbitration in Brazil”
Ronaldo Macedo, "Social Law, the Environment and Development – Considerations of a Successful Story”
Andre Correa, "Social Risks, Social Damages and the Courts"
Mariana Pargendler, "The Corporate Governance Obsession"
Jedidiah Kroncke, "Economic Democracy and Comparative Unionization: Participatory Cynicism and the Limits of Corporatism in China, Brazil and the U.S."
Viviane Prado, "Assessing the Effectiveness of Brazilian Insider Trading Laws"
Erica Gorga, "Is the U.S. Law Enforcement Stronger than that of a Developing Country? The Case of Securities Fraud by Brazilian Corporation and Lessons for the Private and Public Enforcement Debate"