Brazilian Regulatory Certificate Program

June 21– July 2, 2010

Obrigado!

Esteemed Alumni,

Thank you for attending the 4th Certificate Program for Brazilian Regulators at the Institute of Brazilian Issues at the George Washington School of Business. It was a great pleasure to receive you. We hope that the program allowed you to extend your academic and real world knowledge in the area of regulatory processes, and also offered you the opportunity to get to know our country and the city of Washington, DC.

We hope our staff did everything possible to ensure that your time with us was most pleasant and as beneficial to you as possible. On behalf of the George Washington School of Business, the Regulatory Certificate Program professors, and the IBI staff, we would like to thank you for selecting us to share this important stage of your professional development.

James Ferrer

Dr. James Ferrer, Jr.
Director, IBI

PHOTOS

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View and download the group photos and photos of the Graduation Luncheon.

 

SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS:

American Ideology

The American Regulatory Tradition

U.S. Experience with Regulatory Oversight

The Role of Regulatory Impact Analysis

Small Company Access to Regulatory Agencies

GAO on Regulation

The Role of U.S. Congress in the Regulatory System

The Role of the States in the U.S. Regulatory System

Tendencies & Recent Experiences in the U.S. Regulation of the Financial Sector

U.S. Antitrust Policies - Recent Experience

Description of The Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA)

VISIT from: The Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA)

Corporate Relationships with the Regulatory Process

Overview of the U.S. Approach to Standards

IFC Regulation Map

Combating Corruption in the Regulatory System

Other Countries Experiences with Regulation

The Philosophical and Political Basis for the U.S. Regulatory System

Brazil - U.S. Business Council 2010 Program of Work