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Wood, G., Malik, A. and Sagheer, S., eds., 2006. Valleys In Transition:20 Years of AKRSP Experience in Northern Pakistan. Oxford University Press.

Book Sections

Devine, J. and Wood, G., 2017. Extreme Poverty and the need for a new political settlement. In: Wood, G., Ali, Z., Maitrot, M. and Devine, J., eds. Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh. Dhaka, India: UPL.

Wood, G. and Devine, J., 2017. Sharing the well:towards sustained eradication of extreme poverty in Bangladesh. In: Devine, J., Wood, G., Ali, Z. and Alam, S., eds. Extreme Poverty, Growth and Inequality in Bangladesh. Practical Action Publishing Limited.

Wood, G., Devine, J. and Basu, I., 2017. Contesting Political Space: Who Governs In Bangladesh. In: Basu, I., Devine, J. and Wood, G., eds. Politics and Governance in Bangladesh: Uncertain Landscapes. Routledge.

Devine, J., Basu, I. and Wood, G., 2017. Governance Challenges in Bangladesh: old wine in not so new bottles? In: basu, i., Devine, j. and Wood, G., eds. Politics and Governance in Bangladesh: Uncertain Landscapes. Routledge.

Devine, J., Wood, G., Goto, R. and Da Corta, L., 2016. Health and Wellbeing in the Lives of the Extreme Poor. In: wood, G., Ali, Z., Maitrot, M. and Devine, J., eds. Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh. UPL.

Wood, G., 2015. Can civil society be free of the natural state? applying north to Bangladesh. In: Quadir, F. and Tsujinaka, Y., eds. Civil Society in Asia. Aldershot, U. K.: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 19-39.

Copestake, J. and Wood, G., 2008. Reproducing Unequal Security: Peru as a Wellbeing Regime. In: Copestake, J., ed. Wellbeing and Development in Peru: Local and Universal Views Confronted. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 185-209.

Wood, G. D., 2007. Labels, Welfare Regimes and Intermediation: Contesting Formal Power. In: Moncrieffe, J. and Eyben, R., eds. The Power of Labelling: Why It Matters. Earthscan, pp. 17-32.

Wood, G. D., 2007. Using Security to Indicate Well-Being. In: Gough, I. and McGregor, J. A., eds. Wellbeing in Developing Countries: from Theory to Research. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 109-132.

Wood, G. D. and Shakil, S., 2006. Collective Action: The Threatened Imperative. In: Wood, G., Malik, A. and Sagheer, S., eds. Valleys In Transition: 20 Years of AKRSP Experience in Northern Pakistan. Karachi and Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wood, G. D., 2005. Poverty, Capabilities and Perverse Social Capital: the Antidote to Sen and Putnam. In: Khan, A. and Seeley, J., eds. Making a Living: The Livelihoods of the Rural Poor in Bangladesh. Dhaka: UPL.

Wood, G. D., 2004. Informal Security Regimes: the strength of relationships. In: Gough, I., Wood, G., Barrientos, A., Bevan, P., Davis, P. and Room, G., eds. Insecurity and Welfare Regimes in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 49-87.

Wood, G. D., 2001. Financing Poverty Eradication: Towards New Frontiers. In: Sharif, I. and Wood, G., eds. Challenges to Second Generation Microfinance: Supervision, Regulation and Resource Mobilisation. Dhaka: UPL, pp. 17-45.

Wood, G. D., 2001. Governance and the Common Man: Embedding Social Policy in the Search for Security. In: Mosley, P. and Dowler, E., eds. Poverty and Social Exclusion in North and South: Essays on Social Policy and Global poverty Reduction. London: Routledge, pp. 83-121.


Wood, G., 2017. Beyond colonialism:continuity, change and the modern development project. Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 38 (1), pp. 3-21.

Aziz, A., Khan, F. A. and Wood, G., 2015. Who is excluded and how? An analysis of community spaces for maternal and child health in Pakistan. Health Research Policy and Systems, 13 (S1), 56.

Wood, G., 2015. Situating informal welfare within imperfect well-being regimes. Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy, 31 (2), pp. 132-150.

Wood, G. and Tiwari, M., 2012. Re-positioning poverty: Mics, measures and methods: Introduction to jid 2011 conference volume. Journal of International Development, 24 (6), pp. 667-672.

Wood, G. and Gough, I., 2006. A Comparative Welfare Regime Approach to Global Social Policy. World Development, 34 (10), pp. 1696-1712.

Wood, G., 2003. Staying secure, staying poor: The "Faustian bargain". World Development, 31 (3), pp. 455-471.

Wood, G. D., 2001. Inaugural lecture desperately seeking security. Journal of International Development, 13 (5), pp. 523-534.


Wood, G. D., 2007. Clashing Values in Bangladesh: NGOs, Secularism and the Ummah. Working Paper. Bath: ESRC Research Group on Wellbeing in Developing Countries. (Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Working Papers; WeD Working Paper 31)

Conference or Workshop Items

Wood, G., 2009. Situating Informal Welfare within Imperfect Wellbeing Regimes. In: Conference on Politics of Non-State Welfare, 2009-05-08 - 2009-05-09.

Wood, G., 2008. The Security of Agency:Analysing Poor People’s Search for Security in Developing Countries. In: Universalising Socio-Economic Security in South Asia, 2008-02-17 - 2008-02-20.

Wood, G., 2007. Social Policy in Unsettled Societies: the case for a Wellbeing Regime Framework. In: Comprehensive Social Policies as a Concept for Development in the Global South (comprising Austrian Development Agency, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NGOs and Vienna University), 2007-11-20.

Wood, G., 2007. The Security of Agency: Analysing Poor People’s Search for Security in Developing Countries. In: The Roles and Relationships of the Human Discourses: human rights, human development, human security, 2007-10-16.

Wood, G. D. and Newton, J., 2005. From Welfare to Well-Being Regimes: Engaging New Agendas. In: New Frontiers in Social Policy, 2005-12-01.

Wood, G. D., 2003. Pedagogy or Policing: the Problem of Transferring Knowledge and Skills. In: 50th Anniversary Conference 'Technical Assistance in the 21st Century' Huntings Development Consultants, 2003-10-01.

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