IBRAC just published its new book Questions and Answers on Concentration Acts in Brazil. VMCA’s team contributed to the edition with an article on the main characteristics of competition analysis by CADE in mergers in the higher education sector. [+]
On an op-ed published by Nexo on Saturday (7th), our partner Marcela Mattiuzzo writes about the instruction created in New York City aimed at finding regulatory solutions for the use of algorithms in decision making processes and which are the possible impacts of this law in Brazil. [+]
We invite you to take part on the seminar “Privacy, market and competition: perspectives for personal data protection in Brazil”, which will be hosted at USP Law School, on April 18th, Wednesday, starting at 8:30am. The debate is organized by our partner Vinicius Marques de Carvalho and by professor Laura Schertel Mendes (from the University of Brasília). [+]
On March 15th, our partner Vinicius Marques de Carvalho will participate at the workshop “Leniency at CVM – How will administrative deals work?”, organized by Capital Aberto.
Vinicius will be one of the invited lecturers for the debate “How to overcome the lost opportunities and make leniency a relevant instrument for capital market operations”.
By Marcela and Amanda Langanke, published in February by JOTA. Last week, a video published by youtuber JoutJout, in which she comments a child book, became a success on social media and reached, in a week, more than 3 million views. [+]
Article written by Vinicius Marques de Carvalho, Vitor Jardim M. Barbosa and Paula Pedigoni – published by JOTA on January 2018. “An important issue of traditional economic theory is that economists discard any factor that would not influence a rational person. Unfortunately, a lot of factors considered irrelevant do, indeed, matter”. [+]
At the begging of this week, our partner Vinicius Marques de Carvalho took part at the 31º ABDTIC International Seminar, hosted in São Paulo. Vinicius was one of the speakers on the panel “Digital economy: the role of digital platforms”, which approached, among other subjects, the discussion around rating zero.