Jeremy Holland is a Social Development Consultant, project manager and lecturer with over 15 years' experience in research and advisory work in developing and transitional countries. He works on poverty and policy analysis, monitoring and evaluation, participatory governance and political economy. Jeremy has a particular interest in combining methods for measuring and analysing the non-material dimensions of poverty. Between 1996 and 2005, Jeremy was a lecturer at the Centre for Development Studies in Swansea. During this time his advisory work for DFID included inputs on Poverty and Social Impact Analysis, Participatory Rights Assessment and various Participatory Poverty Assessments. In 2004 to 2005, he worked with the World Bank's Poverty-Reduction Group on conceptualising and operationalising the Bank's approach to measuring empowerment. From 2006 to 2009, Jeremy established and led the OPM Social Development Team. Jeremy's recent publications include Measuring Change and Results in Voice and Accountability Work (2009), Tools for Institutional Political and Social Analysis of Policy Reform (2007), Empowerment in Practice: From Analysis to Implementation (2006) and Methods in Development Research: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches (2005).