Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) is the leading think tank in Latin America and one of the top worldwide. For more than 70 years, FGV has been building bridges between theory and practice by combining academic research and education with high-level policy advice and training for the next generation of political, economic, and social leaders.
Today, FGV is home to some of Brazil’s most respected experts in the fields of economics, finance, management, and law, and has built strong partnerships with like-minded institutions in over 45 countries all around the world.
FGV builds on academic excellence and tradition and is responsible for the development of inflation indexes, economic and social indicators for the Brazilian Government.
It is is composed of eight faculties, which all occupy a prominent place in the higher education ranking of the Brazilian Ministry of Education; two research centers, responsible for the production of most the relevant public goods in social sciences in Brazil; a technical advisory center which supports public, private and third-sector institutions in Brazil and abroad, to achieve excellence in their administrative and financial management processes, and develop innovative public policies in line with national and global standards.
FGV Projetos is FGV’s technical advisory unit. For more than 30 years, the unit has been supporting public, private and third-sector institutions in Brazil and abroad to achieve excellence in their administrative and financial management processes, or develop innovative public policies. The generated resources are reinvested in FGV’s teaching and research activities, as well as in knowledge sharing activities such as events and publications on strategic issues related to national and global development.
FGV Europe is the international project and advisory unit of Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV). Our offices are located in Cologne, Berlin and Rio de Janeiro. It provides project development, research and advisory services for organizations across the private, public, and social sectors who wish to implement their projects in Brazil, or with Brazilian partners elsewhere.