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Brazilian Economist: "Brazil's Socionomics: From Basket-Case to Superstar"
Fresh interview with an April 14 Socionomics Summit presenter

By Jill Noble
Thu, 29 Mar 2012 15:15:00 ET
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Do you track changes in social mood by watching fluctuations in the stock market? If so, you are not alone. A growing number of finance professionals and scholars are incorporating social mood analysis in their work. You can hear from many of the thinkers at the leading edge of social mood research at next month's Socionomics Summit>>

One such thinker is Jose Carvalho, who earned his PhD in economics from Yale in 1995 and embarked on an impressive career in his native Brazil.

 

Read his interview here>>
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 Learn about socionomics in action from Dr. Carvalho, his colleague Kevin Coogan, and academics and finance professionals from around the world -- including Robert Prechter -- at the 2nd annual Socionomics Summit: The Social Mood Conference

This one-of-a-kind, one-day event will take place at the Georgia Tech Conference Center in Atlanta on April 14. Seats to the event are limited, and last year's event sold out. Don't miss your opportunity to meet and mingle with the foremost researchers in the exciting field of social mood research. Don't wait -- Reserve your seat today!>>

 

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