Dr Mathew Doidge
NCRE Research Fellow
- BA (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
- BA (Hons) (Political Science, University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
- MA (Political Science, University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
- MA (Globalisation and Development, University of Warwick, UK)
- PhD (Political Science, University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
Dr Mathew Doidge produced the first PhD dissertation from the National Centre for Research on Europe – an examination of the nascent processes of interregionalism and transregionalism within the context of EU–ASEAN Relations (which received a European Union Award for Excellence). He is the author of two books – The European Union and Interregionalism: Patterns of Engagement (Ashgate, 2011); and (with Martin Holland) Development Policy of the European Union (Palgrave, 2012) – and a number of articles, chapters and papers examining the external relations of the European Union, EU development policy, interregionalism, regional actors and so on. In addition to the University of Canterbury, Dr Doidge has lectured (undergraduate and postgraduate) at the University of Warwick (United Kingdom) and at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität (Germany), primarily on the international political economy of development and on the external relations of the European Union.
Dr Doidge’s research expertise includes: EU external relations, regionalism and interregionalism, development, and Europe–Asia relations.
EURA 330 Special Topic: Contemporary Policy Challenges in the European Union – European Union Development Policy in International Context
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