| Glauco Arbix
- Adjunct Professor
- Department of Sociology
- University of Sao Paulo
Dr. Arbix is a Professor of Sociology at the University of São Paulo. From 2003 to 2006 he was the president of the Institute for Applied Economic Research, the most important government think tank in Brazil, and general coordinator of the Strategic Unit, an advisory board to the President of the Republic. He is a member of the Brazilian National Council of Science and Technology and the United Nations Development Program’s International Advisory Group, and heads the Observatory for Innovation, in the Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of São Paulo. Associate Professor from USP, in 2006, and PhD in Sociology from USP, in 1995. Professor at the Political Science Department, University of Campinas (1996-1997). Professor at Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV, 1995-1996). Visiting Scholar at the University of California – Berkeley (2008, Berkeley, USA), Columbia University (2007, NYC, USA), the London School of Economics (2001, UK), and at Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1999, MIT).
- 2007: Inovar ou Inovar. A Indústria Brasileira entre o Passado e o Futuro [The Brazilian industry between the past and future]. São Paulo: University of São Paulo, Editora Papagaio (Brazil).
- 2002: Brasil, México, África do Sul, Índia e China: Diálogo entre os que Chegaram Depois [Dialogue between latecomer countries], with A. Comin, M. Zilbovicius and R. Abramovay. São Paulo: EDUSP, Editora Unesp.
- 2001: Razões e Ficções do Desenvolvimento [Reasons and Fictions of Development], with M. Zilbovicius and R. Abramovay. São Paulo: EDUSP, Editora Unesp.
- 2001: Local Adjustment to Globalization, with M. Zilbovicius. Geneva (Switzerland): International Labour Office.
- 1997: De JK a FHC: a Reinvenção dos Carros [From JK to FHC: reinventing Cars], with M. Zilbovicius. São Paulo: Editora Scritta.
- 1996: Uma Aposta no Futuro – Os Primeiros Anos da Câmara Setorial da Indústria Automobilística [Betting the future. The first years of the Automotive Sectoral Chamber]. São Paulo: Editora Scritta.