Policy Paper: In the Sunlight, an agenda for Brazil

Public administration continual improvement relies on transparency of different policies cost. A clear vision on different available options plays a fundamental role in processes of public policymaking. This policy paper aims to contribute with suggestions for an economic policy agenda for Brazil over the coming years, in which goals and costs transparency is a central feature. It was first published on September 2014, during the Brazilian presidential election campaign.

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Its recommendations relies on the “In the Sunlight Articles Collection” (Portuguese only):

PDF LOGO   Dilma Administration Economic Policy: Return of Experimentalism, by Mario Mesquita

PDF LOGO   Recent Economic Slowdown, by Fernando de Holanda Barbosa Filho and Samuel Pessoa

PDF LOGO   Improving Economic Policy, by Daniel Luiz Gleizer

PDF LOGO   Demography, Reforms and Foreign Prosperity, by Affonso Pastore and Maria Cristina Pinotti

PDF LOGO   Fiscal Robustness and Expenditure Quality as Tools for Growth, by Joaquim Vieira Ferreira Levy

PDF LOGO   Proposals for Tax System Quality Improvement, by Bernard Appy

PDF LOGO   Measures to Increase Contribution of Labor to Economic Growth and Improve Competitiveness, by Aurélio Bicalho and Ilan Goldfajn

PDF LOGO   Public Policy Governance, by Marcos de Barros Lisboa

PDF LOGO   Transforming the Poorest Lives, by Naercio Menezes Filho

PDF LOGO   Urban Policies, by Philip Yang

PDF LOGO   Integrate to Grow: Brazil in the Global Economy, by Edmar Bacha

Also collaborated with contents for this Policy Paper:

• André Portela
• Daniel Goldberg
• Rubens Barbosa

The group met several times to contribute with each other’s article, and presented it twice to be debated with other CDPP members.