Caio Mario da Silva Pereira Neto
Caio Mario da Silva Pereira Neto holds a Bachelor of Law from the University of São Paulo (Brazil), Master of Laws (LL.M.) and Doctorate (J.S.D.) degrees from Yale Law School (USA). He is a Law Professor at Getulio Vargas Foundation Law School in São Paulo (FGV), where he leads the research group on competition and regulation on digital platforms. He is the author of several books and articles, published in the US, EU and Brazil, with a research focus on competition law and regulation. Caio has extensive experience in both public and private sectors. In public service, he held office as Director for Competition at the Secretariat of Economic Law of the Ministry of Justice (SDE). In private practice, he is the founding partner and co-head of the antitrust and regulation groups at Pereira Neto | Macedo (PNM).
Antitrust and Competition
Designing Better Antitrust Remedies for the Digital World
Even when antitrust enforcers and courts get it right when finding an anticompetitive infringement, they constantly end up imposing remedies that are...
Antitrust and Competition
Revisiting Ohio vs. American Express: It’s Time for a More Nuanced Approach to Market Definition
Nearly three years ago, the Supreme Court decided the case of Ohio vs. American Express, which turned out to be one of...
How Many Banks Are at Risk of Insolvency Right Now?
Given the recent banking turmoil and failure of SVB and Signature and issues in First Republic, it is important to understand the...
The Challenges of Regulating Disinformation
In response to rising concerns about political disinformation, governments have introduced a slew of interventions. Federico Vaccari warns in new research that...
India’s Evolving Industrial Policy Is Critical for Realizing Its Development Vision
Industrial policy was once so out of fashion that it was jokingly called “the policy that shall not be named.” Now it’s...
Can Twitter Be a Force for Good? Social Media Helps Curb Corporate Misconduct
Collective shaming on social media is crucial in reducing corporate misbehavior — and society would be significantly worse off without watchdog platforms.
The Historical Cost of Populism
Most work on populism has investigated the reasons why voters choose populist leaders and governments. In new research, Moritz Schularick, Christoph Trebesch,...
Globalization’s Uneven Impact on Women’s Occupational Attainment
The literature on globalization’s impact on women’s workforce participation generally takes a positive outlook but still produces mixed results. In their research,...
Nobel Laureate Douglas Diamond on How the Fed Could Have Prevented SVB’s Collapse
Nobel Laureate and bank run expert Douglas Diamond argues that the Fed’s choice to signal long-term low interest rates, and then suddenly...