PGTA in International Relations (IMPACT studentship)
- Name: Donna Arrondelle
- Position: PGTA in International Relations (IMPACT studentship)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Donna Arrondelle is a PhD student under the supervision of Jennifer Hudson and David Hudson. Donna is also a Teaching Assistant for the MSc programme in International Public Policy. She holds a BA (Hons) in International Development from the University of East London and an MSc in International Public Policy from UCL.
General Research Interests
Donna’s broad research interests include International Political Economy (IPE); international development; the ideological construction and dimensions of power; politics of the environment; the ‘resource curse’; and international climate change policy formulation. An ongoing theme throughout her work is the application of ‘critical’ approaches, both methodological and theoretical – with a particular interest in inequalities related to gender and to ‘North-South’ relations.
Donna’s doctoral thesis focuses on political support for international development, analysing influences of particular interest groups in the context of UK development policy.
Prior to her doctoral research Donna has worked as a research assistant for a number of NGOs, on issues of international development and social justice.
- 12th EADI General Conference. Global Governance for Sustainable Development: The Need for Policy Coherence and New Partnerships, Geneva, June 2008. Presentation title: ‘Foreign Direct Investment and Sustainable Development: A Potential Partnership for Venezuela?’