🇬🇧 The Week Ahead in Brazil #85 - Politics remain positive, the economy is in neutral mode, with mixed results, and public management is on a rise with public health and environment issues.
🇬🇧 The Week Ahead in Brazil #84 - Politics remain positive, with the economy and public management still in neutral mode.
🇬🇧 The Week Ahead in Brazil #83 - Politics remain positive, but the economy and public management are now in neutral mode. The inflation is more persistent than expected and there are serious problems at the Ministry of Education.
🇬🇧 The Week Ahead in Brazil #81 - A strikingly positive and rare week. All three factors affecting public policy processes are positive this week. It was by a narrow margin, but they turned into positive.
🇬🇧 The Week Ahead in Brazil #81 - Politics passed the test of the CPI report, but there are critical aspects to improve. In the economy, good expectations. In management, new nominees can bring improvements, along with 5G, but the international dimension remains problematic.
🇬🇧 The Week Ahead in Brazil #80 - Politics is waiting for the developments of the CPI. The economy remains positive, despite much noise. In management, top officials from the Economy resigned.
🇬🇧 The Week Ahead in Brazil #79 - Politics continues to show signs of stability. Changes may occur with the CPI report. The economy remains positive. In management, the 100 million people vaccinated mark deserves celebration.
🇬🇧 The Week Ahead in Brazil #78 The trend in politics remains neutral, with progress on key issues. The economy remains positive, and inflation should start to cool down. In management, the decision on COP 26 may have been more right than it seems.
🇬🇧 The Week Ahead in Brazil #77 - Politics is in neutral mode, with low institutional conflict, but issues need to advance. The economy is in a positive trend, with job results and public debt. Lastly, problems in some dept, but not in others.
🇬🇧 The Week Ahead in Brazil #76 - The policy trend has improved towards a neutral mode. The main factor was the reduction in institutional conflict. The overall mood has improved, but this does not mean that the government will be able to approve everything it wants. The economy has returned to a positive trend, both fiscally and monetarily, despite persistent inflation. Finally, there was some relief in public management, with the revision of some wrong decisions: https://wp.me/pca6WI-I6