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Brazil on the World Economic History Congress (Kyoto 2015)

I attended the World Economic History Congress in Kyoto this August. It was an amazing event, mainly because of the contrast between the diverse perceptions of historians from different backgrounds. As a first draft on the event, I wrote a summary of the papers about Brazil.

Brazil on the World Economic History Congress (Kyoto 2015).

via Brazil on the World Economic History Congress (Kyoto 2015).

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HBS Alumni Angels of Brazil raises funds from the Inter American Development Bank

HBS Alumni Angels of Brazil  has been in operation in Brazil for the last three years. The group developed an interesting model that combines volunteer work with financial investments to impact the entrepreneurial community.

The good news is that they have just received a grant from IBD – Inter American Development Bank, to help to support its activities on Angel investing and entrepreneurship in Brazil. The HBS Alumni Angels is open to all Harvard Alumni. Congrats! 

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