Armando Castro is an Assistant Professor of management at the Bartlett, University College London (UCL). His research focuses on corporate corruption, corporate social (ir)responsibility, and business ethics. He completed his PhD at Imperial College London and was previously a fellow at the London School of Economics where he also completed his master degree. He has also worked as a consultant specialized in investments in Brazil, particularly in infrastructure and public-private partnerships. Additionally, he has had experience in wealth management and has provided advisory services to the Brazilian and Italian governments.
The publication of the Stigler Center at
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
ProMarket is dedicated to discussing how competition tends to be subverted by special interests.
The posts represent the opinions of their writers, not necessarily those of the University of Chicago, the Booth School of Business, or its faculty.
For more information, please visit ProMarket Policy.