Terence Wood

Dr Terence Wood


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Terence Wood used to work for the New Zealand government aid programme. He submitted his PhD in March 2014. He is currently a research fellow in CAP.

Research interests

Terence's research interests fall into two broad areas:

1. Aid and aid effectiveness. In this area his work focuses on: the determinants of aid policy in donor countries, including the impact of public opinion on the aid policy process; and the impact of aid in recipient countries.

2. Elections and electoral politics in Melanesia. In this area his work has focused on: ethnic identity and voter behaviour in Solomon Islands; women candidates in Solomon Islands; clientelism; and electoral process in Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea.

Terence has also conducted research on other subjects including the Millennium Development Goals and participatory budgeting in Brazil.


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