COMPETITION OF PAPERS: "How to privatize the Mail?"

06.03.201814h09 Comunicação - Marketing Mackenzie

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COMPETITION OF PAPERS: "How to privatize the Mail?"

The theme of the Contest is "How to Privatize the Post Office?". In this contest, the authors should approach the proposed theme focusing on the applicability of solutions to the sector in light of theories of liberal thinkers and models and experiences adopted in other countries.

This contest is organized by Rede Liberdade with the support of the Mackenzie Center for Economic Freedom, the Mises Brazil Institute and the Liberal Institute of São Paulo, with the objective of stimulating the intellectual production and recognizing the researches that can have theoretical foundations and propose solutions for the main theme of the contest.


Applicants may be enrolled in the contest over 18 years of age, regardless of their level of academic and professional training;

The signed articles will be the exclusive responsibility of their authors, not necessarily reflecting the opinion of the Organizing Institutions of the Contest;

The act of inscription of the article in this contest represents the agreement of the author with the unlimited publication of the work by the Organizing Institutions, dispensing, without delay, any remuneration by means of copyright.

Depending on the quality and adequacy of the article, it may compose a Special Issue composed by a selection of articles of this contest in the academic journal of the Mises Institute - MISES: Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, Law and Economics (e-ISSN 2594-9187 );

It is prohibited to register articles authored by employees and collaborators of the Organizing Institutions, as well as persons with family ties with members of the Judging Commission.

The results of this competition will be announced until May 08 and the awards ceremony will take place on May 8 during the XVII WEEK OF THE CENTER OF SOCIAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES OF THE PRESBITERIAN MACKENZIE UNIVERSITY, Higienópolis campus.