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Survey design and forecast accuracy
(EPGE - Escola Brasileira de Economia e Finanças, 2017)
Análise de entrevistas: reflexões em torno de um exemplo
A metodologia da história oral oferece a historiadores e demais estudiosos uma multiplicidade de usos e práticas. As entrevistas, produzidas em contextos de pesquisas específicas, transformam-se em fontes para essas e ...
Votação simbólica do projeto de revisão da Lei de Anistia: uma experiência no ensino médio
O texto apresenta uma experiência de ensino de história no Ensino Médio, em torno da história e da memória sobre a ditadura militar.
Governance formation process in Nongovernmental Organization (NGO): context, history and emergent factors
(EBAPE - Escola Brasileira de Administração Pública e de Empresas, 2016)
In a previous study we developed a taxonomy proposal to classify models and governance mechanisms used by the Nongovernmental Organizations (NGO) in Brazil, considering the collective decision making process, strategic ...
Bailout policies, bank competition and bank risk-taking in crisis periods
This paper analyzes the impact of government bailout policies on the risk of the banking sector in OECD countries between 2005 and 2013. We use the 2007-2008 financial crisis as an exogenous source of change in bailout ...
International competition and labor market adjustment
How does welfare change in the short- and long-run in high wage countries when integrating with low wage economies like China? Even if consumers benefit from lower prices, there can be significant welfare losses from ...
Substitution effects in private debt: evidence from SMEs
The external finance of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is limited to private debt such as bank credit and trade credit. SMEs generally prefer bank credit over trade credit because the former tends to be less ...
Back to the future of alternative banks and patient capital
This paper explores how savings banks, cooperative banks, and development banks were founded as social reactions of self-defense in the 19th century, accumulated patient capital but suffered political capture in the early ...
Inference in differences-in-differences with few treated groups and heteroskedasticity
We show that the usual inference methods used in Di fferences-in-Di fferences (DID) might not perform well with few treated groups and heteroskedastic errors. One important example is when there is variation in the number ...