Danielle Sandi Pinheiro

Danielle Sandi Pinheiro

Danielle Sandi Pinheiro

Associate Professor, Department of Administration, University of Brasilia, Brazil; Junior Fellow, World Academy of Art and Science

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Associate Professor, Department of Administration, University of Brasilia, Brazil; Junior Fellow, World Academy of Art and Science

Danielle Sandi Pinheiro is an Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Brasilia, Brazil. She is also a member of an international study group named Growth and Distribution from Brazilian National Council of Science and Technology (CNPq). Her academic activities are related to economic development, public policy and finance. Earlier, she was Advisor in the Ministry of Treasury of the Brazilian Government and suggested public policies connected with the G-20 group. She is a Junior Fellow of the World Academy of Art & Science

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Social Power and Stabilization Strategies: A Case Study of Brazilian Troops Deployment in Haiti
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract The actions of gangs in the urban area of Port-au-Prince, capital of Haiti, contributed to political instability and polarization of Haitian society. Both criminalization and the politicization of the gangs were emblematic of the complexity of the scenario where socioeconomic inequalities combined with the absence of government had denied, to large portions of the population, the minimum conditions of life to ensure, among other factors, protection, food, education...