The lack of adequate integration between the various modes of transport/logistics is a bottleneck that has long been recognized in our country and contributes to a number of other inefficiencies, negatively affecting the production chain, long-distance transport and foreign trade. Successive governments have made efforts in this area, with the creation of their own action plans, which were unable to address the structural issues of the sector: lack of governance, high risk of completion and difficulties with environmental licensing. The issues in question hinder the adequate and necessary integration between highways, railroads, waterways, airports and ports, with serious damages to the national economy. Thus, FGV CERI, from a transversal approach, has sought to contribute to the theme from investigations about which would be the best governance structures among the various regulators and autarchies involved and how to introduce best practices in relation to risk assessment and allocation in an integrated view, considering that modals can be seen as a set of assets in portfolio by potential investors.
FGV CERI seeks to analyze the various modes of transport and the issue of logistics integration, addressing economic, regulatory and legal aspects.
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As Distopias das Infraestruturas de uma Metrópole - Episódio IV - A (i)mobilidade urbana da RMRJ
11 July 2023
As distopias das infraestruturas de uma metrópole - Episódio II
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Lançamento do Monitor Regulatório do COVID-19
17 April 2020
Public transport and COVID-19. What can be done?
and eletric energy
The fundamentals, trends and dynamics of the natural gas and energy value chain are investigated in their economic, regulatory and legal aspects.
Issues related to public and private urban transport are investigated from a regulatory, socio-economic, environmental and financial perspective.
Long Term Financing
One of the main challenges to stimulate the growth and development of infrastructure in Brazil is long-term financing. Considering the difficulties of investments in infrastructure, FGV CERI analyzes and monitors current sources and investigates alternative sources for long-term financing in Brazil. The analysis also takes into account structures implemented in other countries around the world.
FGV CERI seeks to understand, apply and develop technical and technological innovations in data collection and analysis for the development of infrastructure and its regulation in Brazil.
Corporate and Regulatory Governance
Corporate governance and regulatory governance are studied from a multidisciplinary perspective.