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Prof Matthew Clarke

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Head Of School

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SHSS Arts & Ed

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Economics, Monash University, 1992
Master of Arts, Monash University, 1999
Doctor of Philosophy, Victoria Univ. of Technology, 2003
Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2009

Contact

Research interests

Religion and Development
Economic Development
HIV/AIDS programming
International Aid Flows
Millennium Development Goals
Sustainability Indicators
Well-Being

Conferences

Conferences Convened: Meeting the Millennium Development Goals: Old Problems, New Challenges, La Trobe University, Melbourne Nov 30 Dec 1, (in conjunction with ACFID, AusAID, Monash University, La Trobe University, University of Melbourne). Global Food Crisis: How are International Agencies Responding?, Deakin University, Melbourne, 10 December, 2008 (in conjunction with World Vision Australia). Active Citizenship: Making Social Accountability Work, Monash University, Melbourne, 3 July, 2007 (in conjunction with ACFID, Monash University, La Trobe University, University of Melbourne, RMIT University) Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Lets Come Clean, Deakin University, Melbourne, 8 June, 2007 (in conjunction with World Vision Australia and WaterAid Australia) Education for the End of Poverty: Implementing the Millennium Development Goals, RMIT University, Melbourne, 28 April, 2006 (in conjunction with World Vision Australia) Aid and Development in Conflict Environments: What are the Lessons?, RMIT University, Melbourne, February 11, 2005

Professional activities

University Community Service:
Faculty of Arts and Education Board Deakin University, 2008 current

Faculty of Arts and Education Research Committee Deakin University, 2008 current

School of International and Political Studies Executive , Deakin University, 2007 current

Faculty of Arts and Education Postgraduate Admissions and Selection Committee Deakin University, 2008 - 2009

Academic Progress and Discipline Committee Faculty of Arts, Deakin University ad hoc Committee Member, 2007 - 2009



Community Service:
Society for International Development Melbourne Chapter Treasurer, 2010 current

Universities ACFID Linkage Network Member, 2009 current

Australian Institute of International Affairs (Victorian Branch) Council Member, 2007 2010

Spire Australia Board member, 2008 2009

ACFID Human Resources Working Group Member, 2006 2009

Awards

Deakin University Award for Outstanding Contribution to Research Early Career Researcher, 2008 - $5000 Research Grant

RMIT University Teaching Award Early Career Academic, 2006 - $2000 Research Grant

Victoria Universitys Vice-Chancellors Medal for Excellence in Research (Post Graduate Research), 2004 - $4500 Research Grant

Projects

Grants

$771,000 - Australian Agency for International Development (awarded 2013, funding 2013-2015)(with Dr Erin Wilson and Dr Kevin Murfitt) 'Identifying the needs and priorities of children with disabilities in Vanuatu and PNG'.

$221,000 Australian Agency for International Development (awarded 2010, funding 2010- 2012) (with Associate Professor Liz Eckermann) Developing new and effective ways to evaluate intervention in maternal health services in illiterate and innumerate communities in southern Lao PDR: a case study.

$394,349 - Australian Development Research Award ADRA0900065 (awarded 2009, funding 2010-2013) (with Associate Professor Simon Feeny, Dr Heather Wallace, Dr Alberto Posso and others)Economic Shocks: Reducing Vulnerability and Increasing Resilience in the Pacific.

$350,000 Australian Development Research Award ADRA0800340 (awarded 2008, funding 2009-2012) (with Dr Simon Feeny, Professor Tim Fry, Dr Mark Rogers) Scaling Up Aid and the Millennium Development Goals in the Pacific: Absorptive Capacity, Sustainability and Efficiency.

$153,000 Australian Development Research Award ADRA0800340 (awarded 2008, funding 2009-2010) (with Dr Michael Leach, Dr Simon Feeny, Dr Heather Wallace) Understanding Attitudes to National Identity in Melanesia.

$416,000 Australian Research Council Linkage Grant LP0775104 (awarded 2006, funding from 2007-2009) (with Dr Jude Shaw, Dr Martin Mulligan and Ass/Prof Dave Mercer) Rebuilding Sustainable Communities: Assessing Post-Tsunami Resettlement Projects in Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka. Industry Partner is AusAID

$253,982 Australian Research Council Linkage Grant LP0562486 (awarded 2005, funding from 2006-2008) (with Dr Simon Feeny and Professor Tim Fry) Achieving the Millennium Development Goals: The Role of Foreign Aid, Trade and NGOs with a focus on the Asia-Pacific. Industry Partner is World Vision of Australia

Publications

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2016

Domains of faith impact: how “faith” is perceived to shape faith-based international development organisations

Dr Vicki Ware, Dr Anthony Ware, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2016), Vol. 26, pp. 321-333, Development in practice, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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2015

A climate-compatible approach to development practice by international humanitarian NGOs

Prof Matthew Clarke, Ian de Cruz

(2015), Vol. 39, pp. 19-34, Disasters, London, Eng., C1

journal

Innovative delivery mechanisms: Australian aid partnership with churches in Papua New Guinea

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2015), Vol. 27, pp. 1462-1478, Journal of international development, London, Eng., C1

journal

Friend or foe? Finding common ground between development and Pentecostalism

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2015), Vol. 14, pp. 156-175, PentecoStudies, Sheffield, Eng., C1

journal
2014

Quality of life for pregnant and recent parity women in Lao PDR

Prof Liz Eckermann, Dr Anna Scopaz, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2014), pp. 115-133, Gender, lifespan and quality of life. An international perspective, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1

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Introduction: The invisible aid sector

Dr David Tittensor, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2014), pp. 1-11, Islam and development: Exploring the invisible aid economy, Farnham, Eng., B1

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Conclusion: Invisible aid: Islam, Muslim NGOs and development

Prof Matthew Clarke, Gerhard Hoffstaedter, Dr David Tittensor

(2014), pp. 197-205, Islam and development: Exploring the invisible aid economy, Farnham, Eng., B1

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Vulnerability to what? Multidimensional poverty in Melanesia

Prof Matthew Clarke, Simon Feeny, Lachlan McDonald

(2014), pp. 83-105, Household vulnerability and resilience to economic shocks: findings from Melanesia, Aldershot, England, B1

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Churches and condoms: How Christian Faith-Based Organizations are Preventing HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries

Prof Matthew Clarke, Juliette Lumbers

(2014), pp. 69-83, Engaging the World: Christian Communities in Contemporary Global Societies, Oxford, UK, B1

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Child Sponsorship: A Path to its Future

Prof Matthew Clarke, Mr Brad Anthony Watson

(2014), pp. 317-336, Child sponsorship: Exploring pathways to a brighter future, New York, USA, B1

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Water, sanitation and hygiene interventions in the pacific : defining, assessing and improving ‘sustainability’

Prof Matthew Clarke, Simon Feeny, Mr John Donnelly

(2014), Vol. 26, pp. 692-706, European Journal of Development Research, Basingstoke, England, C1

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Mobility and economic resilience in Melanesia

Alberto Posso, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2014), pp. 67-81, Household vulnerability and resilience to economic shocks : Findings from Melanesia, Surrey, England, B1

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Learning from missionaries : Lessons for secular development practitioners

Prof Matthew Clarke, John Donnelly

(2014), pp. 169-186, Engaging the world : Christian communities in contemporary global societies, Oxford UK, B1

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2013

Why western-based, pentecostal mission organizations undertake community development in South East Asia

Dr Vicki Ware, Dr Anthony Ware, Prof Matthew Clarke, Grant Buchanan

(2013), pp. 430-449, Handbook of research on development and religion, Cheltenham, England, B1-1

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Assessing the economic transition process across the Asia-Pacific region: comparisons, trends, and policy implications

Prof Matthew Clarke, Dr Philip Lawn

(2013), pp. 174-201, Globalisation, economic transition and the environment : forging a path to sustainable development, Cheltenham, England, B1

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Reconciling custom, citizenship and colonial legacies: Ni-Vanuatu tertiary student attitudes to national identity

Prof Matthew Clarke, Dr Michael Leach, James Scambary

(2013), Vol. 19, pp. 715-738, Nations and nationalism, Chichester, England, C1

journal

Good works and god's work

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2013), Vol. 54, pp. 340-351, Asia Pacific viewpoint, Chicheter, England, C1

journal

Australian development FBOs and NGOs

Lindsay Rae, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2013), pp. 570-583, Handbook of research on development and religion, Cheltenham, England, B1-1

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Handbook of research on development and religion

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2013), Cheltenham, England, A1-1

book

Judaism - a cry for justice

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2013), pp. 66-78, Handbook of research on development and religion, Cheltenham, England, B1-1

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National identity in fragile states: insights from tertiary students in Melanesia and Timor-Leste

Dr Michael Leach, James Scambary, Prof Matthew Clarke, A/Prof Simon Feeny, Dr Heather Wallace

(2013), Vol. 51, pp. 447-478, Commonwealth and comparative politics, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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Understanding the nexus between religion and development

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2013), pp. 1-13, Handbook of research on development and religion, Cheltenham, England, B1

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The determinants of economic growth versus genuine progress in South Korea

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Heather Mitchell, Christine Tran, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2013), Vol. 113, pp. 1055-1074, Social indicators research, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1

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Introducing the D4 Diagnostic Quadrant as a targeting tool: developing a framework for the effectiveness of HIV/AIDS interventions in Tanzania and beyond

Dr Andre Renzaho, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2013), Vol. 19, pp. 219-227, Australian journal of primary health, Canberra, ACT, C1

journal

L’implication des missionnaires pentecôtistes dans l’aide au développement en Asie du Sud-Est

Dr Vicki Ware, Dr Anthony Ware, Prof Matthew Clarke, Grant Buchanan

(2013), Vol. 60, pp. 488-502, Social compass, London, England, C1

journal

Attitudes to national identity in Melanesia and Timor-Leste

Dr Michael Leach, James Scambary, Prof Matthew Clarke, A/Prof Simon Feeny, Dr Heather Wallace

(2013), Oxford, England, A1-1

book

Autour d’un Pacifique postcolonial, pluriel et plurilingue. Enquête auprès des étudiants de l’enseignement supérieur à Port--‐Vila sur la construction de l’identité nationale au Vanuatu

Dr Michael Leach, Prof Matthew Clarke, Philippe Tanguay, James Scambary

(2013), Vol. 32, pp. 121-156, Politique et Societes, Montreal, Quebec, C1

journal
2012

Understanding pentecostal motivations for undertaking community development in South East Asia : evidence of an expanded understanding of holistic mission

Dr Anthony Ware, Dr Vicki Ware, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2012), Vol. 6, pp. 31-39, Australian journal of mission studies, Parkville, Vic., C1

journal

Mission and the wane of the secular

Gerhard Hoffstaedter, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2012), pp. 189-196, Mission and development : God's work or good works?, New York, NY, B1

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God i givim ples ya long yumi (God has given us this land) : the role of the church in building pacific nations

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2012), pp. 67-82, Mission and development : God's work or good works?, New York, NY, B1

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Introduction : Good and god - development and mission

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2012), pp. 1-13, Mission and development : God's work or good works?, New York, NY, B1

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Diamond Dialogue method for the evaluation of personal well-being after a maternal health intervention in Lao PDR

Dr Anna Scopaz, Prof Liz Eckermann, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2012), Vol. 1, pp. 49-62, International journal of happiness and development, Geneva, Switzerland, C1

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2011

Maternal health in Lao PDR : repositioning the goal posts

Dr Anna Scopaz, Prof Liz Eckermann, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2011), Vol. 16, pp. 597-611, Journal of the Asia Pacific economy, Abingdon, England, C1

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Understanding the policy implications of ICT for development

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2011), pp. 297-314, ICTs and sustainable solutions for the digital divide : theory and perspectives, Hershey, Pa., B1

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Churches, mosques, and condoms : understanding successful HIV and AIDS interventions by faith-based organisations

Prof Matthew Clarke, Simone Charnley, Juliette Lumbers

(2011), Vol. 21, pp. 3-17, Development in practice, Abingdon, England, C1

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Old challenges and new opportunities for the MDGs : now and beyond 2015

Prof Matthew Clarke, A/Prof Simon Feeny

(2011), Vol. 16, pp. 509-519, Journal of the Asia Pacific economy, Abingdon, England, C1

journal

Development and religion : theology and practice

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2011), Cheltenham, England, A1

book
2010

The voices of international NGO staff

Prof Matthew Clarke, Suellen Murray

(2010), pp. 155-185, Post-disaster reconstruction : lessons from Aceh, London, England, B1

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Deconstructing Aceh's reconstruction

Prof Sue Kenny, Prof Matthew Clarke, Prof Ismet Fanany, Prof Damien Kingsbury

(2010), pp. 3-25, Post-disaster reconstruction : lessons from Aceh, London, England, B1

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Lessons from Aceh

Prof Sue Kenny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2010), pp. 227-234, Post-disaster reconstruction : lessons from Aceh, London, England, B1

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Introduction

Prof Sue Kenny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2010), pp. 3-20, Challenging capacity building : comparative perspectives rethinking international development, New York, N.Y., B1

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Conclusion : critical capacity building

Prof Sue Kenny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2010), pp. 248-257, Challenging capacity building : comparative perspectives rethinking international development, New York, NY, B1

chapter

Challenges of achieving the MDGs in the Pacific

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2010), Vol. 25, pp. 131-135, Pacific economic bulletin, Canberra, A. C. T., C1

journal

The end of economic growth? A contracting threshold hypothesis

Dr Philip Lawn, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2010), Vol. 69, pp. 2213-2223, Ecological economics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal
2009

Guest editors' introduction: active citizenship and social accountability

Prof Matthew Clarke, Bruce Missingham

(2009), Vol. 19, pp. 955-963, Development in practice, Abingdon, England, C1

journal

Understanding the mission and development nexus

Prof Matthew Clarke, Darwin Loro

(2009), pp. 57-62, Australian journal of mission studies, Parkville, Vic., C1

journal

The millennium development goals and beyond : international assistance to the Asia-Pacific

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2009), Basingstoke, England, A1

book

Over the border and under the radar : can illegal migrants be active citizens?

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2009), Vol. 19, pp. 1064-1078, Development in practice, Abingdon, England, C1

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Energy production and use

Sardar M.N. Islam, Prof Matthew Clarke, Sammy Choi, Ainsley Jolley, P. J. Sheehan

(2009), pp. 51-62, Critical states : environmental challenges to development in monsoon Southeast Asia, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, B1

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Welfare implications of financial liberalization in Thailand : a cost-benefit analysis

Prof Matthew Clarke, Sardar M.N. Islam

(2009), pp. 221-248, Financial liberalization in developing countries : issues, time series analyses and policy implications, Heidelberg, Germany, B1

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The role of non-governmental organisations in achieving the MDGs

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2009), pp. 49-79, The millennium development goals and beyond : international assistance to the Asia-Pacific, Basingstoke, England, B1-1

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The role of foreign aid in achieving the MDGs

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2009), pp. 23-48, The millennium development goals and beyond : international assistance to the Asia-Pacific, Basingstoke, England, B1-1

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The millennium development goals in the Asia-Pacific: an introduction

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2009), pp. 3-22, The millennium development goals and beyond : international assistance to the Asia-Pacific, Basingstoke, England, B1-1

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Conclusion and the way forward

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2009), pp. 185-192, The millennium development goals and beyond : international assistance to the Asia-Pacific, Basingstoke, England, B1-1

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Achieving the MDGs in Thailand: what role for donors in a high achieving middle-income country?

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2009), pp. 159-181, The millennium development goals and beyond : international assistance to the Asia-Pacific, Basingstoke, England, B1-1

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Achieving the MDGs in Cambodia: improving aid efficiency

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2009), pp. 107-132, The millennium development goals and beyond : international assistance to the Asia-Pacific, Basingstoke, England, B1-1

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Achieving the MDGs in Solomon Islands: development goals in a post-conflict environment

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2009), pp. 133-158, The millennium development goals and beyond : international assistance to the Asia-Pacific, Basingstoke, England, B1-1

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Achieving the MDGs in Papua New Guinea: a focus on governance

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2009), pp. 83-106, The millennium development goals and beyond : international assistance to the Asia-Pacific, Basingstoke, England, B1-1

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2008

Improving the capacity to respond : examining the experiences of short-term tsunami relief staff

Suellen Murray, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2008), Vol. 20, pp. 466-480, Journal of international development, Oxford, England, C1

journal

A policy analysis of Victoria's genuine progress indicator

Prof Matthew Clarke, Dr Philip Lawn

(2008), Vol. 37, pp. 864-879, Journal of socio-economics, Greenwich, Conn., C1

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The volatility of aid to small island states

Prof Matthew Clarke, Tim Fry, Sandra Mihajilo

(2008), Vol. 23, pp. 179-202, Pacific economic bulletin, Canbera, A.C.T., C1

journal

Climate change and the new world economy : implications for the nature and timing of policy responses

P. J. Sheehan, Roger N. Jones, Ainsley Jolley, Benjamin L. Preston, Prof Matthew Clarke, Paul J. Durack, Sardar M.N. Islam, Penny H. Whetton

(2008), Vol. 18, pp. 380-396, Global environmental change, Guildford, England, C1

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Evaluating land administration projects in developing countries

Mr David Mitchell, Prof Matthew Clarke, James Baxter

(2008), Vol. 25, pp. 464-473, Land use policy, Guildford, England, C1

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Achieving the millennium development goals in the Asia-Pacific region : the role of international assistance

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2008), Vol. 49, pp. 198-212, Asia Pacific viewpoint, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Is measuring genuine progress at the sub-national level useful?

Prof Matthew Clarke, Dr Philip Lawn

(2008), Vol. 8, pp. 573-581, Ecological indicators, N.Y., N.Y., C1

journal

Post-Kyoto : designing the next international climate change protocol

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2008), New York, United States, A1

book

Genuine progress in Thailand : a systems-analysis approach

Prof Matthew Clarke, Dr Judith Shaw

(2008), pp. 260-298, Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific : studies using the genuine progress indicator, Cheltenham, UK, B1

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What is the Genuine Progress Indicator and how is it typically calculated?

Dr Philip Lawn, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2008), pp. 47-68, Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific : studies using the genuine progress indicator, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, B1

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An introduction to the Asia-Pacific region

Dr Philip Lawn, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2008), pp. 3-34, Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific : studies using the genuine progress indicator, Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, B1

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Why is Gross Domestic Product an inadequate indicator of sustainable welfare?

Dr Philip Lawn, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2008), pp. 35-46, Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific : studies using the genuine progress indicator, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, B1

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Genuine progress across the Asia-Pacific region : comparisons, trends and policy implications

Dr Philip Lawn, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2008), pp. 333-361, Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific : studies using the genuine progress indicator, Cheltenham, UK, B1

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A cost and benefit analysis model for globalisation : some social welfare implications of Thailand's globalisation process

Sardar M.N. Islam, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2008), pp. 165-182, International finance in emerging markets : issues, welfare economics analyses and policy implications, Heidelberg, Neckar, B1

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In defence of the Genuine Progress Indicator

Dr Philip Lawn, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2008), pp. 69-88, Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific : studies using the genuine progress indicator, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, B1

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Genuine progress in Vietnam: the impact of the Doi Moi reforms

Vu Xuan Nguyet Hong, Prof Matthew Clarke, Dr Philip Lawn

(2008), pp. 299-330, Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific : studies using the genuine progress indicator, United Kingdom, B1

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Poverty : concepts, measures, trends and responses

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2008), pp. 152-176, International development : issues and challenges, Basingstoke, England, B1

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2007

Raising the funds - spending the funds: a case study of the effectiveness of both roles of NGO's

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2007), pp. 173-185, Measuring effectiveness in humanitarian and development aid : conceptual frameworks, principles and practice, New York, N. Y., B1-1

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Comparing Australias genuine progress to its economic growth performance

Prof Matthew Clarke, Dr Philip Lawn

(2007), Vol. 1, pp. 513-531, International journal of green economics, Olney, England, C1-1

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Education, poverty and the millennium development goals

Prof Matthew Clarke, A/Prof Simon Feeny

(2007), pp. 3-8, Education for the end of poverty : implementing all the millennium development goals, New York, NY., B1

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What determines Australia's response to emergency and natural disasters

A/Prof Simon Feeny, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2007), Vol. 40, pp. 24-36, Australian economic review, Malden, MA, C1

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Is the Genuine Progress Indicator really genuine? Considering well-being impacts of exports and imports

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2007), Vol. 3, pp. 91-102, International journal of environment, workplace and employment, Olney, England, C1

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2006

Assessing well-being using hierarchical needs

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), pp. 217-238, Understanding human well-being, New York, NY, B1-1

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Policy implications of the index of sustainable economic welfare: Thailand as a case study

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), pp. 166-185, Sustainable development indicators in ecological economics, Cheltenham, UK, B1-1

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Population dynamics and animal welfare issues raised by the culling of kangaroos in Puckapunyal

Prof Matthew Clarke, Yew-Kwang Ng

(2006), Vol. 27, pp. 407-422, Social choice and welfare, Dordrecht, Germany, C1-1

journal

Are the development policy implications of the new economy, new? All that is old is new again

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), Vol. 18, pp. 639-648, Journal of international development, Malden, MA, C1-1

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Measuring Australia's well-being using hierarchical needs

Prof Matthew Clarke, Sardar M.N. Islam, Sally Paech

(2006), Vol. 35, pp. 933-945, Journal of socio-economics, Netherlands, C1-1

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National account measures and sustainability objectives : present approaches and future prospects

Prof Matthew Clarke, Sardar M.N. Islam

(2006), Vol. 14, pp. 219-233, Sustainable development, Bognor Regis, UK, C1-1

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Measuring human well-being in Thailand : a normative social choice approach

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), Vol. 11, pp. 151-167, Journal of the Asia Pacific economy, London, United Kingdom, C1-1

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The climate change and development nexus

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), Vol. 4, pp. 21-37, ICFAI journal of environmental economics, India, C1-1

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Best practice? Eliminating microfinance subsidies in post-conflict environments : the case of Bougainville

Dr Judith Shaw, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), pp. 123-136, Aid in conflict, New York, NY., B1-1

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Human well-being: Concepts and measures

Prof Mark McGillivray, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), pp. 3-16, Understanding human well-being, New York, NY., B1-1

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Measuring genuine progress : an application of the genuine progress indicator

Dr Philip Lawn, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), New York, NY, A1-1

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Comparing Victoria's genuine progress with that of the Rest-of-Australia

Dr Philip Lawn, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), Vol. 10, pp. 115-138, Journal of economic & social policy, Canberra, A.C.T., C1-1

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Aid and development in conflict environments: an introduction and summary

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), pp. 1-8, Aid in conflict, New York, NY, B1-1

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Choosing measures of welfare: adapting existing approaches using social choice theory

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2006), pp. 81-100, Trends in poverty and welfare alleviation issues, New York, NY, B1-1

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2005

Measuring Victoria

Prof Matthew Clarke, Dr Philip Lawn

(2005), Vol. 24, pp. 368-389, Economic papers - economic Society of Australia, Rosebery, N.S.W, C1-1

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The relationship between national income and health : a new measure applied to Bangkok

Prof Matthew Clarke, Sardar M.N. Islam

(2005), Vol. 5, pp. 182-198, Progress in development studies, India, C1-1

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Diminishing and negative welfare returns of economic growth : an index of sustainable economic welfare (ISEW) for Thailand

Prof Matthew Clarke, Sardar M.N. Islam

(2005), Vol. 54, pp. 81-93, Ecological economics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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The welfare economics of measuring sustainability: a new approach based on social choice theory and systems analysis

Sardar M.N. Islam, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2005), Vol. 13, pp. 282-296, Sustainable development, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, C1-1

journal

The development impact of remittances to Nicaragua

Allen Jennings, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2005), Vol. 15, pp. 685-691, Development in practice, Abingdon, England, C1-1

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2004

Economic growth and social welfare : operationalising normative social choice theory

Prof Matthew Clarke, Sardar M.N. Islam

(2004), Amsterdam, Netherlands, A1-1

book

Widening development prescriptions: policy implications of an index of sustainable economic welfare (SEW) for Thailand

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2004), Vol. 3, pp. 262-275, International journal of environment and sustainable development, United Kingdom, C1-1

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2003

Economic growth and sustainability - an empirical study of the Thai development experience

Prof Matthew Clarke, Sardar M.N. Islam, P. J. Sheehan

(2003), Vol. 2, pp. 78-99, International journal of environment and sustainable development, United Kingdom, C1-1

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Measuring social welfare: application of social choice theory

Prof Matthew Clarke, Sardar M.N. Islam

(2003), Vol. 32, pp. 1-15, Journal of socio-economics, Netherlands, C1-1

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Making long-term economic growth more sustainable: evaluating the costs and benefits

Sardar M.N. Islam, Mohan Munasinghe, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2003), Vol. 47, pp. 149-166, Ecological economics, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1-1

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Relation entre niveau de vie, utilite et capacites: une nouvelle approche de la mesure du bien-etre social basee sur la hierarchisation des besoins selon Maslow

Sardar M.N. Islam, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2003), pp. 23-37, Pauvrete¿ et de¿veloppement socialement durable, Bordeaux, France, B1-1

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Indicators for social, ethical and environmental performance: using systems analysis-based social choice theory for social welfare measurement

Sardar M.N. Islam, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2003), pp. 71-88, Social responsibility : corporate governance issues, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, B1-1

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2002

Achieving behaviour change: three generations of HIV/AIDS programming and jargon in Thailand

Prof Matthew Clarke

(2002), Vol. 12, pp. 625-636, Development in Practice, Oxford, United Kingdom, C1-1

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The relationship between economic development and social welfare: A new adjusted GDP measure of welfare

Sardar M.N. Islam, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2002), Vol. 57, pp. 201-228, Social indicators research, Dordrecht, Netherlands, C1-1

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