ETCO celebrates a year with event
The Brazil Parallel X Economic Growth seminar? how to eliminate barriers to development and the formal economy in Brazil, starts with a diagnosis prepared by McKinsey, with the purpose of showing how informality inhibits Brazilian growth and the harmful consequences that this illegality causes in productivity, income and investments in companies.
Opening Panel? Emerson Kapaz Study Presentation - Welcome
Geraldo Alckmin? Governor of the State of S. Paulo
McKinsey Study Presentation
Panel ? Present View: Challenges and Impasses
Mediator - Marcos Lisboa? Economic Policy Secretary
Daniel Goldberg? Secretary of Economic Law
Eduardo Giannetti da Fonseca? Economist, political scientist and philosopher
Panel ? Future vision ? Alternatives and Solutions
Mediator? Heródoto Barber
Alexandre Scheinkman? Economist, professor at Princeton University
Everardo Maciel? Tax consultant and member of the ETCO Advisory Board
Abílio Diniz? Sugar Loaf
Debates Vision of the Federal Government
Conclusions and Closing? Emerson Kapaz
"ETCO stands out in the ethical defense of competition and in strengthening business morals"
What is the role of ethics in the country's development – and, in particular, what is the role of competitive ethics in this mission? Although with similar roots (ethos/mos), for common sense, in the world
Interview: Hamilton Dias de Souza
Hamilton Dias de Souza (*), member of the ETCO Advisory Board since its foundation, in an exclusive interview, evaluates the importance of competition ethics to improve the business environment in the country.