Rogério Mazali

Catholic University of Brasília




August-December 2016


  • Economics of Innovation I: The Microeconomics of Innovation: The Schumpeterian Hypothesis, Product Selection, Advertisement and Product Quality, The Dixit-Stiglitz Model of Product Creation, R&D and Price Discrimination, Patents and Patent Race;  Finance and Innovation: Financing Innovations, Organizational Structure and R&D Investment, Management Compensation and Innovation (masters/Ph.D).
  • Corporate Finance I: Time Value of Money; Bond Pricing, Stock Pricing; Project Evaluation and Project Analysis; Capital Budgeting; CAPM; WACC (undergraduate).
  • Corporate Finance II: Modigliani-Miller; M-M and Taxes, Bankruptcy and Information; Dividend Policy; Working Capital Management (undergraduate).




February-June 2016

  • Seminar in Economics I: Basic research techniques; academic writing techniques; Methodology and Philosophy of Science; Methodology and Philosophy of Science in Economics (Ph.D).
  • Corporate Finance II: Modigliani-Miller; M-M and Taxes, Bankruptcy and Information; Dividend Policy; Working Capital Management (undergraduate).
  • Microeconomics IV: Game Theory: Extensive and normal form games; Solution concepts: Nash equilibrium and refinements; Games with incomplete information: Bayesian Nash equilibrium; Application to the theory of auctions; Dynamic games; Sequential equilibrium and Perfect Nash Equilibrium in subsets; Applications to information economics: Moral Hazard and Adverse Selection. (masters/Ph.D).




August-December 2015


  • Corporate Finance III: Derivatives; Trade-Off, Pecking Order; Financial Distress, M&A, International Finance (undergraduate).
  • Corporate Finance II: Modigliani-Miller; M-M and Taxes, Bankruptcy and Information; Dividend Policy; Working Capital Management (undergraduate).
  • Economics of Innovation I: The Microeconomics of Innovation: The Schumpeterian Hypothesis, Product Selection, Advertisement and Product Quality, The Dixit-Stiglitz Model of Product Creation, R&D and Price Discrimination, Patents and Patent Race;  Finance and Innovation: Financing Innovations, Organizational Structure and R&D Investment, Management Compensation and Innovation (masters/Ph.D).



February-June 2015


  • Corporate Finance III: Derivatives; Trade-Off, Pecking Order; Financial Distress, M&A, International Finance (undergraduate).
  • Microeconomics III: Market power: monopoly and oligopoly. Price discrimination. Monopolistic competition. Externalities and public goods. Solutions to inefficiencies. Introduction to game theory, games in strategic form and Nash equilibrium. Games with incomplete information, Bayesian Nash equilibrium. Introduction to the theory of auctions. Intro. to Information Economics (masters/Ph.D).
  • Economics of Innovation III: The Microeconomics of Innovation: The Schumpeterian Hypothesis, Product Selection, Advertisement and Product Quality, The Dixit-Stiglitz Model of Product Creation, R&D and Price Discrimination, Patents and Patent Race; The Macroeconomics of Innovation: Endogenous Growth Theory; The Finance of Innovation: Financing Innovations, Financial Innovations and Security Design (masters/Ph.D).



August-December 2014


  • Corporate Finance III: Derivatives; Trade-Off, Pecking Order; Financial Distress, M&A, International Finance (undergraduate).
  • Microeconomics III: Game Theory (undergraduate).
  • Econometrics I: Linear Regression; OLS; GLS; Instrumental Variables; Systems of Equations; 2SLS; 3SLS; Maximum Likelihood, Monte Carlo and Bootstrap (masters/Ph.D).



February-June 2014


  • Corporate Finance I: Time Value of Money; Bond Pricing, Stock Pricing; Project Evaluation and Project Analysis; Capital Budgeting; CAPM; WACC (undergraduate).
  • Corporate Finance II: Modigliani-Miller; M-M and Taxes, Bankruptcy and Information; Dividend Policy; Working Capital Management (undergraduate).
  • Microeconomics III: Market power: monopoly and oligopoly. Price discrimination. Monopolistic competition. Externalities and public goods. Solutions to inefficiencies. Introduction to game theory, games in strategic form and Nash equilibrium. Games with incomplete information, Bayesian Nash equilibrium. Introduction to the theory of auctions. Intro. to Information Economics (masters/Ph.D).

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August-December 2013


  • Corporate Finance II: Modigliani-Miller; M-M and Taxes, Bankruptcy and Information; Dividend Policy; Working Capital Management (undergraduate).

  • Econometrics I: Linear Regression; OLS; GLS; Instrumental Variables; Systems of Equations; 2SLS; 3SLS; Maximum Likelihood, Monte Carlo and Bootstrap (masters/Ph.D).

  • Behavioral Economics: Expected Utility Theory; Critics to EUT: 1) Preferences, 2) Probabilities and Cognitive Biases, 3) Utility Maximization; Criticism to Behavioral Economics; Behavioral Finance: The Market Efficiency Hypothesis; challenges to EMH: Noise Traders, The Closed Fund Puzzle, and Professional Arbitrage; Investment Sentiment and Positive Feedback (masters/Ph.D).



February-June 2013


  • Corporate Finance II: Modigliani-Miller; M-M and Taxes, Bankruptcy and Information; Dividend Policy; Working Capital Management (undergraduate).
  • Corporate Finance III: Derivatives; Trade-Off, Pecking Order; Financial Distress, M&A, International Finance (undergraduate).
  • Economics of Innovation III: The Microeconomics of Innovation: The Schumpeterian Hypothesis, Product Selection, Advertisement and Product Quality, The Dixit-Stiglitz Model of Product Creation, R&D and Price Discrimination, Patents and Patent Race; The Macroeconomics of Innovation: Endogenous Growth Theory; The Finance of Innovation: Financing Innovations, Financial Innovations and Security Design (masters/Ph.D).



August-December 2012


  • Corporate Finance II: Modigliani-Miller; M-M and Taxes, Bankruptcy and Information; Dividend Policy; Working Capital Management (undergraduate).
  • Econometrics I: Linear Regression; OLS; GLS; Instrumental Variables; Systems of Equations; 2SLS; 3SLS; Maximum Likelihood, Monte Carlo and Bootstrap (masters/Ph.D).
  • Short-Term Financial ManagementTime Value of Money; Bond Pricing, Stock Pricing; Project Evaluation and Project Analysis; Working Capital Management; Cash Management; Credit Management.




Tulane University


Spring 2010-Spring 2012 (6 classes total)


  • Financial Management: Time Value of Money; Bond Pricing, Stock Pricing; Project Evaluation and Project Analysis; Capital Budgeting; CAPM; WACC (undergraduate).