PAUL D KENNY
“Civil Wars,” (with Stathis N. Kalyvas), in International Studies Encyclopedia, edited
by Robert Denemark and Renée Marlin-
WORKS UNDER REVIEW AND IN PROGRESS
““The Enemy of the People”: Populists and Press Freedom” revise and resubmit at Political Research Quarterly, [paper]
Populists, Parties, and Democracy: From Antiquity to the Age of Trump, book manuscript, proposal and sample under review
“Does Asylum Seeker Immigration Increase Support for the Far Right? Evidence from
in England and Wales 2000-
"A New Penal Populism: Rodrigo Duterte, the War on Drugs, and Public Opinion in the Philippines." (with Ronald Holmes), to be presented at the International Political Science Association (2018), under review, [paper]
“The New Oil Wars: The Predatory Political Economy of Palm Oil Production, Indonesia
“Populism and Domestic Protests” (with Svitlana Chernyk), to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Australian Society for Quantitative Political Science (2018).
“Immigration and Political Behavior: Evidence from the Asylum Seeker Relocation Program
in England and Wales, 1997-
“The Origins of Ethnic Inequality: Evidence from Sub Saharan Africa” (with Christian Houle and Nicholas Bichay), in progress.
“Ethnic inequality, cultural distance, and social trust,” (with Christian Houle and Nicholas Bichay), in progress.
Populism in Southeast Asia, New York: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming)
Populism and Patronage: Why Populists Win Elections in India, Asia, and Beyond, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press (2017)
PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES
“The Political and Economic Consequences of Populist Rule,” (with Christian Houle),
Government & Opposition, 53(2), (2018): 256-