Melo Campos’ Lawyer defended doctoral thesis

Bruno Braz de Castro, lawyer at Melo Campos working with Economic Law and Office Competition, defended his doctoral thesis at UFMG (Federal University of Minas Gerais).

In the thesis, named “Efficiency and Rivalry: Alternatives for the Competition law in Developing Countries”, he demonstrates the position of the Brazilian law on the international debate regarding the purposes of competition policy. The conclusion that he got to is that the Brazilian competitive analysis must include economic concerns that go beyond the strict concept of static efficiencies, like innovation and equal opportunities for market access, so that there is alignment with the socioeconomic reality of Brazil.

The board, composed of the teachers Ana Frazão Vieira de Mello (UNB), Paula Forgione (USP), Onofre Batista (UFMG) e Daniel Firmato (FUMEC), besides the advisor Amanda Flávio de Oliveira (UFMG), exalted the excellence of the work when approving it.

Published on April 25, 2017.


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