Dr Paul Kenny
Areas of expertise
- Political Science 1606
- Comparative Government And Politics 160603
- Government And Politics Of Asia And The Pacific 160606
- Social Change 160805
- Asian History 210302
- Economic History 140203
I joined ANU in July 2013 and am currently Research Fellow in Indian Political and Social Change. I was previously Assistant Professor of Political Science at Trinity College Dublin (2012-13) and received my PhD in political science from Yale University in 2013.
Populism and Patronage: Why Populists Win Elections in India, Asia, and Beyond, Oxford University Press (forthcoming, September 2017).
Populism and Democracy in Southeast Asia, book manuscript under contract with Cambridge University Press.
"The Political and Economic Consequences of Populist Rule in Latin America" (with Christian Houle) (forthcoming, Government and Opposition).
"Does ethnic inequality promote ethnic voting?" (with Christian Houle and Chunho Park), invited to revise and resubmit at Journal of Politics.
"The Political Effects of Asylum Seeker Immigration: Evidence from the Asylum Seeker Dispersal Program in England and Wales 2000-2015" (with Charles Miller), under review.