Competitive analysis and impact assessment of expenditures made by interstate visitors to Broadway-licensed theater exhibitions in São Paulo. Studies of the users’ general profile. Applied research is dedicated to understanding consumer behavior, the relationship between direct and indirect expenses, and the type of event.

The research project seeks to build a methodology to monitor publicly funded mega-events taking place in the city of Rio de Janeiro throughout the year. The objective is to assess the users’ profiles and calculate return on public investment.

Evaluate the behavior and economic expenses of cruise users during the high season in Brazil. Applied research to investigate consumer behavior and the sector’s impacts on job creation and direct and indirect economic influences.

Applied research for methodological development and implementation of indicators that measure the level of innovation applied to different areas in the Brazilian industry.

The project consists of applied research to develop indicators and conduct economic impact assessments of creative economies in municipalities.

Research and market analysis of outbound tourism from Brazil to member countries of the Caribbean Community and Common Market – CARICOM.

The project consists of a study on the economic impact of Christ the Redeemer for Rio de Janeiro, with visitation indicators, research to establish a document collection, obtain a correlation matrix with the sustainable development goals (2030 Agenda), and integrate the ESG methodology.

The initiative offers support to SEBRAE – Brazilian Micro and Small Business Support Service for the preparation of economic studies on micro and small enterprises (MSEs). The project aims to identify how recent events in the Brazilian and world economy have affected Brazilian MSEs.

Preparation of a methodology to monitor the Brazil Cost, in partnership with the Competitive Brazil Movement (MBC).

Applied research to create a database and visualize fiscal data for the Brazilian state of Alagoas.