Paolo de Renzio
Senior Research Fellow, International Budget Partnership
Paolo De Renzio, a Senior Research Fellow for the Open Budget Initiative at the International Budget Partnership, develops and promotes a research agenda on budget transparency and accountability while supporting the Open Budget Survey. Prior to joining the IBP, he worked as a Research Fellow in the Centre for Aid and Public Expenditure at the Overseas Development Institute; as an economist and policy advisor in Papua New Guinea’s Ministry of Finance; and as a UNDP public sector specialist, lecturer, and independent consultant in Mozambique. De Renzio has been a consultant for the World Bank, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the European Commission, and for bilateral donor agencies, and international nongovernmental organizations. His research includes topics such as aid architecture and mutual accountability, donor conditionalities and general budget support, and quality assessments and reform of budget systems. De Renzio recently completed his PhD at the University of Oxford, focusing on the impact of donor policies and aid modalities on budget systems in developing countries. He also holds an MSc in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from ‘Bocconi’ in Milan, Italy.
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