Matthew served as a Research Analyst at AidData from 2017 to 2018.
Matthew DiLorenzo served as a Research Analyst at AidData from 2017 to 2018. He holds a PhD in Political Science from Vanderbilt University, an MA in Political Science and a Graduate Certificate in Sustainability Politics and Policy from the University of New Hampshire, and a BS in Political Science from Salem State University.
The economic efficiency of aid targeting
Ariel BenYishay, Matthew DiLorenzo, Carrie Dolan
Development Cooperation from a Partner Perspective: How can Germany and other donors perform better in the eyes of their partner countries?
DEval — German Institute for Development Evaluation
Kerstin Guffler, Ani Harutyunyan, Matthew DiLorenzo, Tanya Sethi, Mirko Eppler, Marie-Sophie Heinelt
Aid Management, Trust, and Development Policy Influence: New Evidence from a Survey of Public Sector Officials in Low-Income and Middle-Income Countries
Studies in Comparative International Development
Takaaki Masaki, Bradley C. Parks, Jörg Faust, Stefan Leiderer, Matthew D. DiLorenzo
Closing the Broken Feedback Loop: Can Responsive Aid Strengthen State Legitimacy?
Bradley C. Parks, Matthew DiLorenzo, Daniel Aboagye
Ties That Bind: Quantifying China's public diplomacy and its "good neighbor" effect
Samantha Custer, Brooke Russell, Matthew DiLorenzo, Mengfan Cheng, Siddhartha Ghose, Jacob Sims, Jennifer Turner, Harsh Desai
Listening to Leaders 2018: Is development cooperation tuned-in or tone-deaf?
Samantha Custer, Matthew DiLorenzo, Takaaki Masaki, Tanya Sethi, Ani Harutyunyan
Bypass Aid and Unrest in Autocracies
International Studies Quarterly
Estimating Baseline Aid to the Sustainable Development Goals
Matthew DiLorenzo, Sid Ghose, Jennifer Turner
Realizing Agenda 2030: Will donor dollars and country priorities align with global goals?
Tanya Sethi, Samantha Custer, Jennifer Turner, Jacob Sims, Matthew DiLorenzo, Rebecca Latourell