Dr. Robert Greer is an assistant professor in the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University. Dr. Greer specializes in public budgeting and finance and publishes in the areas of state and local government debt management, infrastructure finance, and fiscal federalism. He holds a Ph.D. and MPP from the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Kentucky and an MPA from the University of North Texas. Recent work has focused on water infrastructure financing.
- Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration, University of Kentucky - (Lexington, Kentucky, United States) 2013
- M.P.P. in Public Finance, University of Kentucky - (Lexington, Kentucky, United States) 2013
- M.P.A. in Public Financial Management, University of North Texas - (Denton, Texas, United States) 2010
- B.A. in Economics, Trinity University - (San Antonio, Texas, United States) 2007
- Bullock, J. B., Greer, R. A., & O’Toole, L. J. (2019). Managing Risks in Public Organizations: A Conceptual Foundation and Research Agenda. Perspectives on Public Management and Governance. 2(1), 75-87.
- Moldogaziev, T. T., Scott, T. A., & Greer, R. A. (2019). Organizational Dissolutions in the Public Sector: An Empirical Analysis of Municipal Utility Water Districts. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 29(4), 535-555.
- Scott, T. A., & Greer, R. A. (2019). Polycentricity and the Hollow State: Exploring Shared Personnel as a Source of Connectivity in Fragmented Urban Systems. POLICY STUDIES JOURNAL. 47(1), 52-76.
- Moldogaziev, T. T., Greer, R. A., & Lee, J. (2019). Private Placements and the Cost of Borrowing in the Municipal Debt Market. Public Budgeting and Finance. 39(3), 44-74.
- Scott, R. P., Scott, T. A., & Greer, R. A. (2019). The environmental and safety performance of gas utilities in the United States. ENERGY POLICY. 133, 110892-110892.
- Denison, D. V., & Greer, R. A. (2014). State competition for debt resources. Rubin, M. M., & Willoughby, K. G. (Eds.), Sustaining the States: The Fiscal Viability of American State Governments. (pp. 85-100). CRC Press.