Master of Public Policy, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 2009
B.A. in Political Science, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, 2005
Managing and Leading Organizations (V236). Instructor of Record (O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Fall 2019).
Ethics and Public Policy (Y379). Teaching Assistant (IU Department of Political Science, Spring 2017).
American Political Controversies (Y100). Teaching Assistant (IU Department of Political Science, Fall 2016).
Selected Honors and Awards
President’s Diversity Dissertation Fellowship, Indiana University – Bloomington. 2021-2022.
Ostrom Workshop, Fellowship, Indiana University – Bloomington. 2020-2021.
David Gould Scholarship, Section on International and Comparative Administration, American Society for Public Administration. 2021.
David H. Davis Best Graduate Student Paper Award, Section on Environmental and Natural Resources Administration, American Society for Public Administration. 2021.
Tobias Center for Innovation in International Development, Research Support Grant, Indiana University – Bloomington. 2018-2019 and 2020-2021.
Selected Publications and Working Papers
de la Riva Agüero, Renzo. Forthcoming. “Do cogovernance and CSOs supplement municipal capacity for service delivery? An assessment of differences in simple versus complex services.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory.
de la Riva Agüero, Renzo. 2021. “Exploring administrative capacity and local governance in the Peruvian waste sector: Implications for complex service delivery in the Global South.” State and Local Government Review, 43(3).
de la Riva Agüero, Renzo and Claudia N. Avellaneda. “Organizational innovation after disaster: Do local governments transform in response to environmental pressures?” In progress.
de la Riva Agüero, Renzo, Sergio Fernandez, and Jennifer N. Brass. “Local government outsourcing, performance, and efficiency: Evidence from the provision of electricity in South Africa." In progress.
Baggetta, Matthew, Brad R. Fulton, and Renzo de la Riva Agüero. “The diversity layer: Organizational member associations and the pursuit of bureaucratic representation.” In progress.
Public Administration in Developing Countries
Political Economy of Development
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