Professor Marco Aurelio Ruediger holds a Doctoral Degree in sociology and a Master Degree in Management and Policy Analysis. He is currently the Director of Public Policy Analysis at FGV, where he conducts research on innovation of the State structures, data transparency, social networks, technological innovation and democracy, public security and immigration.
At DAPP he conducts a team of economists, sociologists, political scientists, designers and policy analyzer on research on modernization of the State structures, e-Democracy, Network Society and other key topics of the political agenda such as Social Protests, Public Security and Immigration. He also works extensively with applied projects for the Public Sector.
Previously, Professor Ruediger held a number of public positions in Brazil including that of Undersecretary for Public Administration in State of Rio de Janeiro and Director of Managerial Information of Rio de Janeiro City Hall.
2013 - Best Paper Award 2013, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
The rise and fall of Brazil’s public security program: PRONASCI. Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, v. 14, p. 280-294, 2013
2002 - Honorable Mention in XVI Concurso de Ensayos y Monografías del CLAD sobre Reforma del Estado y Modernización de la Administración Pública “Gobierno Electrónico”
Governo Eletrônico ou Governança Eletrônica – Conceitos Alternativos no Uso das Tecnologias de Informação para o Provimento de Acesso Cívico aos Mecanismos de Governo e da Reforma do Estado. Caracas, 2002
MANAGERIAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2013 – Present: FGV-DAPP, Director of Department of Public Policy Analysis
2002 – 2009: Academic Coordinator of the Master’s Program on Public Policy, Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration - Fundação Getulio Vargas
• Under-Secretary of Administration of the State of Rio de Janeiro
• Director of Managerial Information of the Municipal Planning Institute of the Rio de Janeiro - Iplan Rio (now the Pereira Passos Institute)
• Consultant for Arthur Andersen (Presently Accenture), with a specialization course in Chicago
2002 – 2013: Professor of the Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration FGV/EBAPE
• Visiting Professor, Department of Political Science, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro – UFRJ
• Visiting Professor, Department of Law, State University of Rio de Janeiro – UERJ