Biography Leonardo Burlamaqui
Senior Fellow at the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI). Professor at the Department of Economic Evolution at the State University of Rio de Janeiro and Researcher as well as Professor at Minsky Summer-School, both at the Levy Economics Institute – Bard College (New York). He is also Visiting Professor at the Graduate Program in Public Policy and Development Strategies at the Institute of Economics, and Member of the Research Group of the Financial Systems Observatory at the Institute of Economics at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He is a member of the International Joseph Schumpeter Society and a contributing editor to the Post-Keynesian Economics Forum. Previously, he was Senior Director of Programs at the Ford Foundation in New York, directing the Reforming Financial Governance initiative. He holds a PhD in Economics from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
His books include: Schumpeter's Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy: A Twenty-First-Century Agenda (Routledge, 2019; co-edited with Rainer Kattel); Financial Governance, Banking and Financial Instability In Brazil: A Minskyan Perspective (MINDS books, 2017; co-edited with Felipe Rezende and Matheus Vianna); Minsky Goes Global – Finance and the Political Economy of Forging Ahead and Falling Behind: The Cases of China and Brazil (MINDS books, 2017; co-edited with Felipe Rezende and Matheus Vianna), The Present and the Future of Development Financial Institutions: Theory and History, (MINDS/BNDES 2015; co-edited with Rogério Sobreira and Matheus Vianna); Financial Stability and Growth – Perspectives on Financial Regulation and New Developmentalism; (Routledge, 2014; co-edited with Luis Carlos Bresser-Pereira and Jan Kregel); Macroeconomic Policies and Financial Regulation in Latin America: A Comparative Study (CEDES, 2014; co-edited with Roberto Frenkel, Mario Damill and Edoardo Corso); Knowledge Governance: Reasserting the Public Interest (Anthem Press, 2012; co-edited with Ana Célia Castro and Rainer Kattel); Institutions and the Role of State (E. Elgar, 2000; co-edited with Ana Célia Castro and Ha-Joon Chang), and Organized Capitalism in Japan, co-authored with Maria da Conceição Tavares and Ernani (IPEA/CEPAL, 1991).