This is our second session focusing on Latin American outcomes-based projects. We will deep dive into the experience of an education outcomes-based contract in Brazil and explore the factors behind success and failure of these projects. At this meeting, we will have presentations by Sandro Cabral, professor of Strategy and Public Management, and MPP Program Director at Insper, and Karla Bertocco, partner at Mauá Capital, and a board member at Corsan and at Orizon Valorização de Resíduos. She also coordinates the leadership of the sanitation sector at InfraWomen Brazil. This event will be organized by Insper Metricis in partnership with GO Lab (Government Outcomes Lab), linked to the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford.
The webinar will be fully conducted in English without simultaneous translation Portuguese / English.
Where: Sala 111 - 1º andar - Prédio 2
Entrance: Rua Quatá, 200 - Vila Olímpia / São Paulo
Parking: Rua Quatá, 200 - Vila Olímpia / São Paulo
Was Undersecretary for Partnerships and Innovation of the Sao Paulo State Government, CEO of SABESP (Companhia de Saneamento Básico do Estado de São Paulo), and Director of BNDES (Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social). She is currently a consultant in infrastructure and sanitation, a partner at Mauá Capital, and a board member at Corsan and at Orizon Valorização de Resíduos. She also coordinates the leadership of the sanitation sector at InfraWomen Brazil. Bob's professional and research interests include, among other subjects, the interface between the macroeconomic and other on-ground realities of developing and emerging market economies; the drive of the regions towards effective law and trade policy reforms (including reforms to tackle the sub-optimal business conditions of the areas) and the aspirational law and business prospects of the jurisdictions. Bob has presented his research in 5 countries including in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Austria, Nigeria, and Brazil.
Professor of Strategy and Public Management, and MPP Program Director at Insper (a leading nonprofit business school in Brazil). I am also an on leave faculty at the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA), Brazil. I investigate the impact of organizational choices and strategic actions of public, private and nonprofits on performance. I am also interested in the boundaries of public and private organizations and in the challenges associated to improved value creation, value appropriation, and accountability in the public-private realm. My research is placed somewhere between Strategic Management and Public Administration fields and has been published in reputable journals such as, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management Studies, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Strategy Science, Long Range Planning, Public Administration Review, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Public Choice, among others.