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Matthew Dornan
Matthew Dornan
Development Policy Centre, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
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Vulnerability, good governance, or donor interests? The allocation of aid for climate change adaptation
F Weiler, C Klöck, M Dornan
World Development 104, 65-77, 2018
1952018
Access to electricity in Small Island Developing States of the Pacific: Issues and challenges
M Dornan
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 31, 726-735, 2014
1652014
International financing for climate change adaptation in small island developing states
S Robinson, M Dornan
Regional Environmental Change 17, 1103-1115, 2017
1232017
Foreign aid to the Pacific: Trends and developments in the twenty‐first century
M Dornan, J Pryke
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 4 (3), 386-404, 2017
1102017
Energy policy, aid, and the development of renewable energy resources in Small Island Developing States
M Dornan, KU Shah
Energy policy 98, 759-767, 2016
962016
Solar-based rural electrification policy design: The Renewable Energy Service Company (RESCO) model in Fiji
M Dornan
Renewable Energy 36 (2), 797-803, 2011
902011
C hinese Assistance in the Pacific: Agency, Effectiveness and the Role of P acific I sland Governments
M Dornan, P Brant
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 1 (2), 349-363, 2014
862014
Renewable energy development in small island developing states of the Pacific
M Dornan
Resources 4 (3), 490-506, 2015
852015
Renewable technologies and risk mitigation in small island developing states: Fiji’s electricity sector
M Dornan, F Jotzo
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 48, 35-48, 2015
502015
Pacific possible: Labour mobility: The ten billion dollar prize
R Curtain, M Dornan, J Doyle, S Howes
World Bank Group and The Australian National University, Washington DC and …, 2016
442016
Reform despite politics? The political economy of power sector reform in Fiji, 1996–2013
M Dornan
Energy Policy 67, 703-712, 2014
442014
How new is the ‘new’conditionality? Recipient perspectives on aid, country ownership and policy reform
M Dornan
Development Policy Review 35, O46-O63, 2017
432017
Regional service delivery among Pacific island countries: An assessment
M Dornan, T Newton Cain
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 1 (3), 541-560, 2014
382014
What's in a term?“Green growth” and the “blue‐green economy” in the Pacific islands
M Dornan, W Morgan, T Newton Cain, S Tarte
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 5 (3), 408-425, 2018
352018
Pacific seasonal workers: Learning from the contrasting temporary migration outcomes in Australian and New Zealand horticulture
R Curtain, M Dornan, S Howes, H Sherrell
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 5 (3), 462-480, 2018
272018
A pressure release valve? Migration and climate change in Kiribati, Nauru and Tuvalu
R Curtain, M Dornan
Development Policy Centre (ANU), 2019
262019
China in the Pacific: is China engaged in “debt-trap diplomacy”
R Fox, M Dornan
DevPolicy blog 8, 2018
172018
The political economy of road management reform: Papua New Guinea's national road fund
M Dornan
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 3 (3), 443-457, 2016
152016
Why are aid projects less effective in the Pacific?
T Wood, S Otor, M Dornan
Development Policy Review 40 (3), e12573, 2022
142022
Australian aid projects: What works, where projects work and how Australia compares
T Wood, S Otor, M Dornan
Asia & the Pacific policy studies 7 (2), 171-186, 2020
122020
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