André Montoro gives a lecture at Faculdades Integradas Campos Salles


Source: Fator Brasil, 05/11/2008

Professor André Franco Montoro Filho, executive president of the Brazilian Institute of Ethics in Competition (ETCO), gives a lecture on the value of ethical behavior in the economy during the Legal Week of Faculdades Integradas Campos Salles. André Montoro will show the social and economic harms of misconduct such as tax evasion, informality, piracy and others. The Legal Week, which will have as its theme the twenty years of the Federal Constitution, is open to all students of Campos Salles and representatives of the Judiciary.

Legal Week of Faculdades Integradas Campos Salles, until November 7, always at 19:30 pm. Lecture: The Economic Value of Ethical Behavior, on the 6th (Thursday), at 19:30 pm, at Faculdades Integradas Campos Salles, Rua Nossa Senhora da Lapa, 270 - Lapa - São Paulo, SP - Tel .: (11) 3649 7000 .

ETCO Profile - Founded in 2003, ETCO - Brazilian Institute of Ethics in Competition is a public interest civil society organization (Oscip) that brings together non-governmental companies and business entities, with the aim of promoting competitive ethics to improve the environment and encourage actions to avoid competitive imbalances caused by tax evasion, informality, forgery and other misconduct. To this end, it seeks to raise awareness in society about the social harms of unethical practices and their negative effects on the country's growth. Initially, the institute included the sectors of fuels, soft drinks, beer and tobacco. Two years later, the medication sector joined Etco and, in 2007, another chamber was created: the technology chamber.

André Franco Montoro Filho's profile - André Franco Montoro Filho has been executive president of ETCO - Brazilian Institute of Competition Ethics since January 2007. He graduated in Economics from FEA / USP and developed his entire university career at the University of São Paulo, where he was hired in 1966. He did a doctorate at Yale University, in the United States, having obtained, by public competition, the position of full professor in 1983. He was deputy director of FEA / USP and president of the Fundação Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica (Fipe) . At the same time, he held important public functions: president of BNDES, president of the Steering Committee of the National Privatization Program and secretary of Economy and Planning of the State of São Paulo.