BrazilWorks provides affordable, confidential information, analysis and consulting to business, organizational leaders, research centers, and policy advocacy groups across a wide range of sectors in Brazil and the United States. Brazil-Works also provides legislative advocacy and oversight services in the U.S. at the federal and state levels. We also welcome partnerships and associations with organizations and individuals working on Brazilian development issues.
Dr. Langevin is Director of BrazilWorks and International Advisor to the Associação Brasileira dos Produtores de Algodão (Abrapa), in addition to his academic positions.
Dr. Langevin (CV) researches and writes extensively on Brazilian energy policymaking and United States-Brazil relations. He is a regular contributor to such publications as: American Diplomacy, Boletim Meridiano 47, Brazzil, the Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin American Advisor, Journal of Energy Security, the Labor Studies Journal, Review of Renewable Energy Law and Policy, and Universitas:Relações Internacionais.
Dr. Langevin is also a regular speaker and guest lecturer on topics related to Brazil, United States-Brazil relations, energy, and the environment. Please contact him directly to schedule an event or consultation.
Dr. Langevin earned a Ph.D. in Political Science and a M.A. in Latin American Studies from the University of Arizona in Tucson. He also graduated with a B.A. in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Public Health from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA.
Contact Dr. Langevin at 202-744-0072 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Langevin’s Recent Posts:
- Canuto and Schellekens’ “Three Perspectives on Brazilian Growth Pessimism”
- How Did EMBRAPA Get It Right?
- Brazil’s Rise?
- The U.S. – Brazil Battle Over Cotton Subsidies
- The Petrobras Debt Challenge
- Langevin: Brazil Is Too Big to Lose
- President Dilma’s Approval for November 2013
- What is the Future of the Bolsa Família Program?
- Brazilian Ports
- Book Review: They Don’t Speak Spanish in Brazil
Chris Cote is the energy and economics research associate at BrazilWorks. He previously worked as a researcher with the Office of the Secretary of Defense and on the energy, economics, and Brazil programs at the Inter-American Dialogue. He is a contributing editor at Finding the Missing Link, a blog on environment, energy, and security issues. In 2011 he completed a Fulbright scholarship in Fortaleza, Brazil. He holds a B.A. in international relations from Tufts University and has completed coursework at the University of Buenos Aires.
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