International Affairs
Division – FGV

Eduardo Marques

Ph.D., Industrial Economics and Technology (Strategic and Prospective Planning, Paris Dauphine University, France); M.Sc., Nuclear Engineering, COPPE/UFRJ (Rio de Janeiro Federal University); B.S., Metallurgical Engineering, Ouro Preto School of Mines.

Manager for International Relations, International Affairs Division, Getulio Vargas Foundation. Former Deputy Director for International Relations of EBAPE-FGV. Professor at Getulio Vargas Foundation and Business Consultant in Strategic Planning and Scenarios.

Held various positions in the area of Strategic Planning and elaboration of Scenarios, in organizations such as BNDES, PETROBRÁS, PETROFÉRTIL, BRASPETRO and the Brazilian Nuclear Energy Commission. He was professor of Energy Economics of the Nuclear Engineering program of COPPE/UFRJ (Rio de Janeiro Federal University). He organized and gave several seminars on Scenarios and Strategic Planning in companies, government entities and universities, in addition to participating on various missions abroad.

Areas of interest: Strategic Management, Prospective Planning: Scenarios and Business Strategies, Technology Assessment; Research and Development Planning, Complex Systems Analysis and Multi-Criteria Methods in the Decision-Making Process.


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