Ladislau Dowbor is a professor at the Catholic University of São Paulo.
He studied economics at Lausanne University (Économie Politique) and has a doctorate in social economics from the Central School of Planning and Statistics (SGPiS) in Warsaw. He has organized economic planning and development systems in Asia, Africa and South America as a UN advisor, and has worked with central and local governments in Brazil. He has over 50 published books on economic and social development, such as Formação do Capitalismo no Brasil, The Broken Mosaic, Economic Democracy, Tecnologias do Conhecimento, The Age of Unproductive Capital, Co to za Gra? – Nowe Podejścia do Ekonomii.
All his publications can be found on his website, http://dowbor.org, free of charge (Creative Commons). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.