Curriculum Vitae

CURRICULUM VITAE


Suas principais áreas de interesse de pesquisa são economia pública e economia do meio ambiente com foco em poluição transnacional, acordos ambientais internacionais, federalismo fiscal, entre outras. Em economia ambiental, seu trabalho concentra-se na negociação de licenças de emissão, emissões correlacionadas dos múltiplos poluentes transfronteiriços, mudanças climáticas e eficiência e estabilidade dos acordos ambientais internacionais. Tem artigos publicados em jornais como Journal of Political Economy, Economic Journal, European Economic Review, Oxford Economics Papers, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Urban Economics, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, and International Tax and Public Finance.

(Fevereiro 4, 2012)


 CIDADANIA:

 Brasil  e EUA

 EDUCACAO:

Doutorado, 1993, Universidade de Illinois em Urbana-Champaign; Areas: Economia Publica, Economia Matematica  Desenvolvimento Economico e Economia Internacional.

Mestrado, 1988, University de Illinois em Urbana-Champaign; Area: Desenvolvimento Economico.

Bacharelado, 1986, Universidade de Brasília, Brasil; Economia.

Dissertação: “Three Essays on the Optimal Provision of Excludable Public Goods under Costly Exclusion.”

Areas de Interesse atuais: Economia Publica, Economia do Meio Ambiente, Organizacao Industrial, Desenvolvimento Economico e Economia Internacional.

 EXPERIENCIA PROFISSIONAL E ENSINO

POSICOES ACADEMICAS

Julho 15, 2006 –: Professor Titular e Diretor do Programa de Doutorado, Escola de Economia, Instituto de Tecnologia da Georgia

Julho 1, 2005 – Junho 30, 2006: Professor Titular e Chefe, Departmento de Economia, Universidade Tulane.

Julho 1, 2000 – Junho 30, 2005: Professor Associado e Diretor do Programa de Pos-Graduacao, Departmento de Economia, Universidade Tulane.

Julho 1, 2003 – Maio31, 2004 : Professor Associado, Mestrado em Economia de Empresas, Universidade Católica de Brasília.

Julho 1, 1999 – Junho 30, 2000: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Tulane University.

Outono 1993 - Primavera 1999: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Oregon.

PROFESSOR VISITANTE:

Julho 2009: Professor Visitante, Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Calgary, Canada.

Agosto– Setembro, 2008: Professor Visitante, Programa de Economia, Escola de Pesquisa em Ciencias Sociais, Universidade Nacional Australiana, Canberra, Australia

Novembro – Dezembro, 2005: Professor Visitante, Universidade Estadual da Georgia, Atlanta, GA.

Junho, 2002: Professor Visitante, Universidade Catόlica de Brasília, Brasília, D.F., Brasil

Agosto 1997, 1998, 2001; Junho 1999, 2000; Julho, 2002: Professor Visitante, Colegio Publico de Aomori, Cidade de Aomori, Japao.

Abril 1996, Abril 1997: Professor Visitante, Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Keele, Keele, Reino Unido 

Verao 1994, 1995: Professor Visitante, Centro de Pesquisa em Federalismo, Universidade Nacional Australiana, Canberra, Australia.

CONSULTORIA

Janeiro – Dezembro, 2005 –: Consultor Senior, Banco Mundial, Washington, DC.

Fevereiro, 2002: Consultor , Organizacao para Cooperacao e Desenvolvimento Economico (OCDE), Paris.

Julho 1999, 2001: Consultor, Banco Mundial, Washington, DC.

PUBLICAÇÕES EM REVISTAS:

33. “Eficient International Environmental Agreements for Correlated Transnational Pollutants in the Presence of Free Trade of Goods and International Transfers,” Strategic Behavior and the Environment, 1, 175-197, 2011 (com Xie Zhu).

32. “Matching Grants, Income Redistribution and Decentralized Leadership,” International Tax and Public Finance, 18, 322-336, 2011 (com Arthur J. Caplan)

31. “What Causes Intentional Homicide?,” Journal of International Development, DOI: 10.1002/jid.1764, 2011 (com Paulo Loureiro)

30. “Does Violence Deter Investment and Hinder Economic Growth?,” The Brazilian Review of Econometrics, forthcoming, 2011 (com Paulo Loureiro)

29. “Equitable and Efficient Federal Structures with Interregional Redistribution, Interregional Spillovers and Regional Attachment of Heterogeneous Labor,” Journal of Public Economic Theory, 12, 323-343, 2010 (com Naoto Aoyama).

28. “Interregional Competition, Spillovers and Attachment in a Federation,” Journal of Urban Economics, 67, 219-225, 2010 (com Chikara Yamaguchi).

27. “Emissions Trading of Global and Local Pollutants, Pollution Havens and Free Riding,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 58, 169-182, 2009 (com Xie Zhu).

26. “Interregional Redistribution as a Cure to the Soft Budget Syndrome in Federations,” International Tax and Public Finance 16, 43-58, 2009 (com Nobuo Akai).

25. “Correlated Pollutants, Interregional Redistribution and Labor Attachment in a Federation,” Environmental and Resource Economics 41, 111-131, 2008 (com Naoto Aoyama).

24. “Global Trading of Carbon Dioxide Permits with Noncompliant Polluters,” International Tax and Public Finance 15, 430-459, 2008 (com Xie Zhu).

23. “O Brilho da Bandeira Branca: Concorrência no Mercado de Combustíveis no Brasil,” Planejamento e Políticas Públicas 31, 37-65, 2008 (com Mariana R. Pinto)

22. “On the Efficiency of a Global Market for Carbon Dioxide Permits: Type of Externality and Timing of Policymaking,” Economics Letters 100, 213-216, 2008 (com Xie Zhu).

21. “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in China and Japan: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” Regional Science and Urban Economics 37, 100-120, 2007 (com Yoko Nagase).

20. “An Equitable, Efficient and Implementable International Scheme to Control Carbon Dioxide Emissions,” International Tax and Public Finance 14, 263-279, 2007 (com Arthur J. Caplan).

19.  “Crime and Punishment, and Corruption: Who Needs “Untouchables”?,” Journal of Public Economic Theory 9, 69-87, 2007 (com Charles M. Kahn e Xie Zhu)

18.  “An Efficient Mechanism to Control Correlated Externalities: Redistributive Transfers and the Coexistence of Regional and Global Pollution Permit Markets,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 49, 68-82, 2005 (com Arthur J. Caplan).

17.  “An ‘Ideal Kyoto Protocol’: Redistributive Transfers, Emissions Trading and Global Participation,” Oxford Economic Papers, 55, 216-234, 2003 (com Arthur J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes). 

16.  “Public Good Mix in a Federation with Incomplete Information,” Journal of Public Economic Theory, 5, 381-397, 2003 (com Richard C. Cornes).

15.  “Local Public Goods, Inter-Regional Transfers and Private Information,” The European Economic Review, 46, 329-356, 2002 (com Richard C. Cornes).

14.  “Optimal Design of Performance Based Rewards in Tax Administration,” Brazilian Journal of Business Economics, 2, 9-22, 2002.

13.  “Performance-Based Wages in Tax Collection: The Brazilian Tax Collection Reform and Its Effects,” The Economic Journal, 111, 188-205, 2001 (com Charles M. Kahn e James Ziliak).

12.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Information,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 40, 164-180, 2000 (com Yoko Nagase).

11.  “Pure Public Goods and Income Redistribution in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Imperfect Labor Mobility,” Journal of Public Economics, 77, 265-284, 2000 (com Arthur J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes).

10.  “Local Public Goods, Risk Sharing and Private Information in Federal Systems,” Journal of Urban Economics 47, 39-60, 2000 (com Richard C. Cornes).

9. “Rotten Kids, Purity and Perfection,” Journal of Political Economy 107, 1034-1040, 1999 (com Richard C. Cornes).

8. “Federal Acid Rain Games,” Journal of Urban Economics 46, 25-52, 1999 (com Arthur J. Caplan).

7.  “Winners and Losers in a World with Global Warming: Noncooperation, Altruism and Social Welfare,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 37, 256-271, 1999 (com Arthur J. Caplan e Christopher J. Ellis).

6.  “Sustainable Clubs under Variable Participation,” The Brazilian Review of Econometrics, 19 (2), 1999 (com Flávio M. Menezes).

5.  “British Bus Deregulation: Competition and Demand Coordination,” Journal of Urban Economics 43, 336-361, 1998 (com Christopher J. Ellis).

4.  “Transboundary Pollution Control in Federal Systems,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 34, 173-186, 1997 (com Arthur J. Caplan).

3.  “Decentralized and Efficient Control of Transboundary Pollution in Federal Systems,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 32, 95-108, 1997.

2.  “À-la-Carte or Smorgasbord: Multiproduct Clubs with Costly Exclusion,” Journal of Urban Economics 41, 264-280, 1997.

1.  “Exclusion and Moral Hazard: The Case of Identical Demand,” Journal of Public Economics 52, 217-235, 1993 (com Charles M. Kahn).

PUBLICACOES EM LIVROS:

2.  “Equitable and Efficient International Schemes to Control Carbon Dioxide Emissions,” in D. Nelson, ed. The Political Economy of Policy Reform: Essays in Honor of J. Michael Finger, Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2005 (com Arthur J. Caplan).

1. “Incentive Effects of Performance-Based Rewards in Tax Administration,” in J. McLaren, ed. Institutional Elements of Tax Design and Reform, Washington, DC: World Bank, 2003.

PESQUISAS EM PROGRESSO:

1. “Efficient Decentralized Policy Making in the Presence of Interregional Spillovers and Imperfect Labor Mobility,” revise and resubmit, Public Finance Analysis, 2011 (com Naoto Aoyama).

2. “Prestige Clubs”, revise and resubmit, Economics of Governance, 2012 (com Richard C. Cornes).

3. “Transboundary Pollution, Tax Competition and Redistribution in Federal Systems,” under review (com Naoto Aoyama).

4. “Stable International Environmental Agreements for Correlated Transnational Pollutants,” under review (com Xie Zhu).

5. “Terrorism and Counterterrorism: History Dependence, Spillovers and Coordination Failures,” under review (com Joao R. Faria).

6. “Spillovers, Equity and Bailouts in Federations,” (com Xie Zhu).

7. “Anonymous Contributors,” (com Richard C. Cornes).

 8. “Altruistic Dictators: Voluntary Provision of Public Goods in Families” (com Richard C. Cornes and Xie Zhu).

9. “Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for the Rotten Kid Theorem” (com Naoto Aoyama, Richard C. Cornes and Xie Zhu).

10. “Optimal Environmental Policy Design and Enforcement: Incentives for Technological Innovation.” (com Naoto Aoyama)

11. “Efficient and Equitable Hierarchical Federations,” (com Naoto Aoyama).

 12. “Foreign Direct Investment and Rural-Urban Migration in China,” (com Li Zhu).

 ORGANIZACAO DE CONFERENCAIS:

 2.  “Recent Advances in Economics,” International Conference, Agosto 8 e 9, 2003, Universidade Catolica de Brasilia, Brasilia, Brasil (com Adolfo Sachsida).

 1.  “Crime, Corruption and Violence: Theory and Applications to Brasil and Latin America,” Abril 4 e 5, 2003, Universidade Tulane, Nova Orleans, Louisiana.

 APRESENTACOES CIENTIFICAS CONVIDADAS:

 CONFERENCIAS:

49. “Correlated Transboundary Pollutants, Free Trade and Transfers: On the Efficiency and Stability of International Environmental Agreements,” (com Xie Zhu), 4th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Universidade de Québec et Montréal, Montréal, Canada, Junho 28 – Julho 2, 2010.

48. “Pivotal Players in Continental and Global Environmental Protocols: The Case of Canada,” (com Xie Zhu), 17th Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Universidade VU de Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Junho 24 – 27, 2009.

47. “Prestige Clubs,” (com Richard Cornes), Public Economic Theory (PET) Workshop, “Public Economics: Theoretical and Experimental Approaches,” Escola Normal Superior, Lyon, Junho 22 – 24, 2009.

46. “Prestige Clubs,” (com Richard Cornes), 10th International Meeting of the Association for Public Economic Theory, Universidade Nacional da Irlanda, Galway, Junho 18 – 20, 2009.

45. “Pivotal Players in Continental and Global Environmental Protocols: The Case of Canada,” (com Xie Zhu), XXX Meeting of the Brazilian Econometric Society, Bahia, Brasil, Dezembro 10 – 12, 2008.

44. “Interregional Competition Between Rawlsian Regional Governments in the Presence of Interregional Spillovers and Labor Attachment,” (com Naoto Aoyama), XV Public Economics Meetings, Universidade de Salamanca, Espanha, Fevereiro 7-8, 2008.

43. “Interregional Redistribution as a Cure to the Soft Budget Syndrome in Federations,” (com Nobuo Akai), 63rd Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF), Universidade de Warwick, Inglaterra, Agosto 27-30, 2007.

42. “Emissions Trading of Global and Local Pollutants, Pollution Havens and Free Riding,” (com Xie Zhu), 63rd Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF), Universidade de Warwick, Inglaterra, Agosto 27-30, 2007.

41. “Global Trading of Carbon Dioxide Permits with Noncompliant Polluters” (com Xie Zhu), 63rd Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF), Universidade de Warwick, Inglaterra, Agosto 27-30, 2007.

40. “Emissions Trading of Global and Local Pollutants, Pollution Havens and Free Riding,” (com Xie Zhu), 15th Annual Conference, European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), Thessaloniki, Grecia, Junho 27-30, 2007.

39. “Global Trading of Carbon Dioxide Permits with Noncompliant Polluters” (com Xie Zhu), 15th Annual Conference, European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), Thessaloniki, Grecia, June 27-30, 2007.

38. “Emissions Trading of Global and Local Pollutants, Pollution Havens and Free Riding,” (com Xie Zhu), 8th Annual Conference of the Association of Public Economic Theorists (APET), Nashville, EUA, Julho 6-8, 2007.

37. “Interregional Redistribution as a Cure to the Soft Budget Syndrome in Federations,” (com Nobuo Akai), II Workshop on Fiscal Federalism, Institut d’Economia de Barcelona, Sevilha, Espanha, Junho 21-22, 2007.

36. “Emissions Trading of Global and Local Pollutants, Pollution Havens and Free Riding,” (com Xie Zhu), XXVIII Meeting of the Brazilian Econometric Society, Bahia, Brasil, Dezembro 6 – 8, 2006.

35. “Tax Reform: Changing the Way Taxes are Collected or Managed by the Governments in the Hemisphere,” Western Hemisphere Economic Officers Conference, US State Department, Nova Orleans, Novembro 30 – December 1, 2006.

34.  “Global Trading of Carbon Dioxide Permits with Noncompliant Polluters,” (com Xie Zhu), 60th Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance, Agosto 22-25, 2004, Milao, Italia.

33. “Interregional Competition, Spillovers and Attachment in a Federation,” (com Chikara Yamaguchi), XXXI Encontro Nacional de Economia (ANPEC), Dezembro 11, 2003 Porto Seguro, Brasil.

32. “Global Trading of Carbon Dioxide Permits with Noncompliant Polluters,” (com Xie Zhu), IV International Colloquium Globalization, New Technologies and Economic Relations, Dezembro 4, 2003, Brasilia, Brasil.

31.  “Interregional Competition, Spillovers and Attachment in a Federation,” (com Chikara Yamaguchi), Conference “Recent Advances in Economics,” Agosto 9, 2003, Universidade Catolica de Brasilia, Brasilia, Brasil.

30.  “Crime and Punishment, and Corruption,” (com Charles M. Kahn), Conference “Crime, Corruption and Violence: Theory and Applications to Brazil and Latin America,” Abril 5, 2003, Universidade Tulane, Nova Orleans, Louisiana.

29.  “An ‘Ideal Kyoto Protocol’: Redistributive Transfers, Emissions Trading and Global Participation,” (com Arthur J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), Midwest International Economic Association Meetings, Outubro 18-20, 2002, Universidade de Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana.

28.  “Equitable and Efficient International Schemes to Control Carbon Dioxide Emissions,” (com Arthur J. Caplan), Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association Meetings, Outubro 11-13, 2002, Madri, Espanha.

27.  “Equitable and Efficient International Schemes to Control Carbon Dioxide Emissions,” (com Arthur J. Caplan), Murphy Institute Conference on the Political Economy of Policy Reform, Novembro 9-10, 2001, Universidade Tulane, Nova Orleans, Louisiana.

26.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in Japan and China: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” (com Yoko Nagase), Sixth Occasional California Workshop on Environmental and Resource Economics, Outubro 25-26, 2001, Universidade da California, Santa Barbara, California.

25.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in Japan and China: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” (com Yoko Nagase), Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association Meetings, Outubro 18-20, 2001, Montevideo, Uruguai.

24.  “How Effective and Efficient Can the Kyoto Protocol Be in Controlling Global Carbon Emissions?,” (com Arthur .J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), 2001 Far Eastern Meeting of the Econometric Society, Julho 20-22, 2001, Kobe, Japao.

23.  “How Effective and Efficient Can the Kyoto Protocol Be in Controlling Global Carbon Emissions?,” (com Arthur .J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association Meetings, Outubro 12-14, 2000, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

22.  “How Effective and Efficient Can the Kyoto Protocol Be in Controlling Global Carbon Emissions?,” (com Arthur .J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), Fifth Occasional California Workshop on Environmental and Resource Economics, Maio 5-6, 2000, Universidade da California, Santa Barbara, California, EUA.

21.  “Regional Inequalities and the Political Economy of Migration in China,” (com Li Zhu), The Political Economy of Migration, Murphy Institute, Universidade Tulane, Marco 24-25, 2000, Nova Orleans, Louisiana, EUA.

20.  “Incentive Effects of Tax Administration Performance Indicators,” Taxation Conference, Columbia University - World Bank, Universidade Columbia, Fevereiro 17 - 18, 2000, Nova York, EUA.

19.  “Public Good Mix in a Federation with Incomplete Information,” (com Richard C. Cornes), Fiscal Competition and Federalism in Europe, Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH (ZEW), Junho 2-3, 1999, Mannheim, Alemanha.

18.  “Pure Public Goods and Income Redistribution in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Imperfect Labor Mobility,” (com Arthur J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), Fiscal Competition and Federalism in Europe, Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH (ZEW), June 2-3, 1999, Mannheim, Alemanha.

17.  “Performance-Based Wages in Tax Collection: The Brazilian Tax Collection Reform and Its Effects,” (com Charles M. Kahn e James P. Ziliak), Topics in the Design and Evaluation of Tax Policy and Administration, World Bank, Janeiro 12-13, 1999, Washington, DC, EUA.

16.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Private Information,” (com Yoko Nagase), Fourth Occasional Workshop on Environmental and Resource Economics, Universidade da California, Santa Barbara, Outubro 16 - 17, 1998, Santa Barbara, California, EUA.

15.  “Federal Public Goods, Interregional Transfers and Labor Mobility,” (com Arthur J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), Summer Institute for Theoretical Economics (SITE) 1998, Universidade Stanford, Julho 6-10, Stanford, California, EUA.

14.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Private Information,” (com Yoko Nagase), Economic Integration Conference 1998, Universidade York, Maio 28 - 31, Toronto, Canada.

13.  “Rotten Kids, Purity and Perfection,” (com Richard C. Cornes), Public Economic Theory Conference 1998, Universidade de Alabama, Maio 28 - Maio 31, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, EUA.

12.  “Recipes for Turnovers: Reluctant Contributors Become Good Samaritans,” (com Richard C. Cornes), Public Economic Theory Conference 1998, Universidade de Alabama, Maio 28 - Maio 31, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, EUA.

11.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Private Information,” (com Yoko Nagase), 53rd Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance, Agosto 1997, Kyoto, Japao.

10.  “Local Public Goods, Inter-Regional Transfers and Private Information,” (com Richard C. Cornes), 52nd Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance, Agosto 1996, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

9.  “Optimal Provision of Rivalrous Public Goods with Costly Exclusion, Corruption and Endogenous Fines,” (com Charles M. Kahn), 1996 Meeting of the European Economic Association, Agosto 20-24, Istanbul, Turquia.

8.  “Optimal Provision of Rivalrous Public Goods with Costly Exclusion, Corruption and Endogenous Fines,” (com Charles M. Kahn), 1996 Latin American Meeting of the Econometric Society, Agosto 5-9, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

7.  “Optimal Provision of Rivalrous Public Goods with Costly Exclusion, Corruption and Endogenous Fines,” (com Charles M. Kahn), 3rd International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Junho 22-25, 1996, Maastricht, Paises Baixos.

6.  “Transfers Between Jurisdictions with Private Information: The Equity/Efficiency Tradeoff,” (com Richard C. Cornes), Royal Economic Society Conference, Abril 1996, Swansea, Reino Unido.

5.  “À-la-Carte or Smorgasbord: How Should We Provide Multiple Public Goods Under Costly Monitoring?,” 1994 Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Universidade da Nova Inglaterra, Julho 13-15, 1994, New South Wales, Australia.

4.  “À-la-Carte or Smorgasbord: How Should We Provide Multiple Public Goods Under Costly Monitoring?,” Summer Meetings of the North American Econometric Society, Junho 23-26, 1994, Quebec, Canada.

3.  “Optimal Provision of Public Goods under Costly Exclusion and Corruption,”(com Charles M. Kahn), Midwest Economics Association Meeting, Abril, 1993, Indianapolis, Indiana, EUA.

2.  “Exclusion and Moral Hazard: The Case of Identical Demand,” (com Charles M. Kahn), Midwest Mathematical Economics Meetings, Fall 1992, October, 1992, Universidade de Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, EUA.

1.  “Exclusion and Moral Hazard: The Case of Identical Demand,” (com Charles M. Kahn), 11th Latin American Meeting of the Econometric Society, Setembro, 1992, Cidade do Mexico, Mexico.

SEMINARIOS:

43. “Correlated Transboundary Pollutants, Free Trade and Transfers: On the Efficiency and Stability of International Environmental Agreements,” (com Xie Zhu), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Alberta, March 12, 2010, Edmonton, Canada.

42. “Correlated Transboundary Pollutants, Free Trade and Transfers: On the Efficiency and Stability of International Environmental Agreements,” (com Xie Zhu), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Brasília, Dezembro 4, 2009, Brasil.

41. “Mudança Climática e Chuva Ácida: Acordos Internacionais Eficientes e Estáveis,” (com Xie Zhu), Mestrado em Economia, Universidade Federal da Paraíba, Novembro 26, 2009, João Pessoa, Brasil.

40. “Chains of International Environmental Agreements to Mitigate Correlated Transboundary Pollutants,” (com Xie Zhu), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Calgary, Julho 8, 2009, Calgary, Canada.

39. “Pivotal Players in Continental and Global Environmental Protocols: The Case of Canada,” (com Xie Zhu), Departmento de Economia, Universidade Estadual da Georgia, Abril 8, 2009, Atlanta, Georgia, EUA.

38. “Emissions Trading of Global and Local Pollutants, Pollution Havens and Free Riding,” (com Xie Zhu), Departmento de Economia, Universidade Monash, Setembro 8, 2008, Melbourne, Australia.

37. “Equitable and Efficient Federal Structures with Interregional Redistribution, Interregional Spillovers and Regional Attachment of Heterogeneous Labor,” (com Naoto Aoyama), Programa de Economia, Escola de Pesquisa em Ciencias Sociais, Universidade Nacional Australiana, Agosto 22, 2008, Canberra, Australia.

36. “Equitable and Efficient Federal Structures with Interregional Redistribution, Interregional Spillovers and Regional Attachment of Heterogeneous Labor,” (com Naoto Aoyama), Escola de Economia, Universidade of Queensland, Agosto 15, 2008, Australia.

35. “Equitable and Efficient Federal Structures with Interregional Redistribution, Interregional Spillovers and Regional Attachment of Heterogeneous Labor,” (com Naoto Aoyama), Departmento de Economia, Universidade Estadual da Georgia, Janeiro 10, 2008, Atlanta, Georgia, EUA.

34. “Emissions Trading of Global and Local Pollutants, Pollution Havens and Free Riding,” (com Xie Zhu), Departmento de Economia, Universidade Estadual da Georgia, Fevereiro 14, 2007, Atlanta, Georgia, EUA.

33. “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in China and Japan: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” (com Yoko Nagase), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Alabama, Novembro 18, 2005, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, EUA.

32.  “Global Trading of Carbon Dioxide Permits with Noncompliant Polluters,” (com Xie Zhu), Departmento de Economia, Universidade Estadual da Georgia, Marco 4, 2005, Atlanta, Georgia, EUA.

31.  “Interregional Competition, Spillovers and Attachment in a Federation,” (com Chikara Yamaguchi), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Brasilia, Novembro 28, 2003, Brasilia, DF, Brasil.

30.  “Crime and Punishment, and Corruption: Who Needs ‘Untouchables’?,” (com Charles M. Kahn), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Brasilia, Junho 27, 2003, Brasilia, DF, Brasil.

29.  “Crime and Punishment, and Corruption: Who Needs ‘Untouchables’?,” (com Charles M. Kahn), Departmento de Economia, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Maio, 29, 2003, Recife, PE, Brasil.

28.  “An ‘Ideal Kyoto Protocol’: Redistributive Transfers, Emissions Trading and Global Participation,” (com Arthur J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), Departmento de Economia, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Fevereiro 7, 2003, Recife, PE, Brasil.

27.  “An ‘Ideal Kyoto Protocol’: Redistributive Transfers, Emissions Trading and Global Participation,” (com Arthur J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de São Paulo, Dezembro 9, 2002, São Paulo, SP, Brasil.

26.  “Public Good Mix in a Federation with Incomplete Information,” (com Richard C. Cornes), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Comercio de Kobe, Julho 17, 2002, Kobe, Japao.

25.  “Crime and Punishment, and Corruption: Who Needs ‘Untouchables’?” (com Charles M. Kahn), Universidade Católica de Brasília, Junho 28, 2002, Brasília, D.F., Brasil.

24.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in Japan and China: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” (com Yoko Nagase), Departmento de Economia, Universidade do Tennessee, Setembro 21, 2001, Knoxville, Tennessee.

23.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in Japan and China: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” (com Yoko Nagase), Escola de Economia, Universidade Kwansei Gakuin, Julho 19, 2001, Hyogo, Japao.

22.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in Japan and China: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” (com Yoko Nagase), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Comercio de Kobe, Julho 18, 2001, Kobe, Japao.

21.  “Incentive Effects of Performance-Based Rewards in Tax Administration,” Universidade de Brasília, Outubro 11, 2000, Brasília, D.F., Brazil.

20.  “How Effective and Efficient Can the Kyoto Protocol Be in Controlling Global Carbon Emissions?,” (com Arthur .J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), Universidade Católica de Brasília, Outubro 10, 2000, Brasília, D.F., Brazil.

19.  “Equitable and Efficient International Schemes to Control Carbon Dioxide Emissions,” (com Arthur J. Caplan), Universidade de Mississippi, Setembro 15, 2000, University, MS.

18.  “How Effective and Efficient Can the Kyoto Protocol Be in Controlling Global Carbon Emissions?,” (com Arthur .J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), and “Incentive Effects of Performance-Based Rewards in Tax Administration,” Escola de Economia, Universidade Kwansei Gakuin, Junho 23, 2000, Hyogo, Japao.

17.  “Incentive Effects of Performance-Based Rewards in Tax Administration,” Department of Economics, Universidade de Comercio de Kobe, Junho 9, 2000, Kobe, Japao.

16.  “Incentive Effects of Performance-Based Rewards in Tax Administration,” Instituto de Pesquisa Social e Economica, Universidade de Osaca, Junho 7, 2000, Osaca, Japao.

15.  “Incentive Compatible Performance Indicators for Tax and Customs Administrations,” Banco Mundial, Julho 21, 1999, Washington, DC.

14.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Private Information,” (com Yoko Nagase), Escola de Pos-Graduacao em Economia e Gestao, Colegio Publico de Aomori, Junho 25, 1999, Aomori, Japao.

13.  “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Private Information,” (com Yoko Nagase), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Comercio de Kobe, Junho 9, 1999, Kobe, Japao.

12.  “Pure Public Goods and Income Redistribution in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Imperfect Labor Mobility,” (com Arthur J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes). Departmento de Economia, Universidade Tulane, Dezembro 12, 1998, Nova Orleans, Louisiana.

11.  “Public Good Mix in a Federation with Incomplete Information,” (com Richard C. Cornes). Departmento de Economia, Universidade Estadual de Oregon, Novembro 21, 1998, Corvallis, Oregon.

10.  “Pure Public Goods and Income Redistribution in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Imperfect Labor Mobility,” (com Arthur J. Caplan e Richard C. Cornes), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Comercio de Kobe, Agosto 25, 1998, Kobe, Japao.

9.  “Recipes for Turnovers: Rotten Contributors Become Good Samaritans,” (com Richard C. Cornes), Departmento de Economia, Universidade Estadual de Iowa, Marco 5, 1998, Ames, Iowa.

8.  “Crime and Punishment, and Corruption: Who Needs ‘Untouchables’?” (com Charles M. Kahn). Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Illinois, Marco 2, 1998, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.

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