Research/Writing

DISSERTATION

Winning Hearts and Minds: Street-level Bureaucracy and Ethnic Minorities’ Attachment to the State in Myanmar


PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

2020. “Ethnic Parties in New Democracies: The Case of Myanmar 2015.” Electoral Studies 65(June): 102-131 (with Adam Ziegfeld). [pdf]

2022. “Islands Apart: Explaining the Chinese Experience in the Philippines.” Frontiers in Political Science 54 (with Ethan Masucol and Amy H. Liu)


UNDER REVIEW

“Can Encounters with the State Improve Minority-State Relations? Evidence from Myanmar” [pdf]

  • Winner of the 2021 Southeast Asian Politics Related Group Emerging Scholar Best Paper Award

WORK-IN-PROGRESS

“Why Ethnic Groups Rebel: Resentment, Heterogeneous Ethnic Identity, and Homeland”

“Ethnic Favoritism, Conflict Legacy, and Street-level Bureaucracy in Myanmar”

“Ethnic Parties, Representation and Women Candidate Recruitment” (with Cassandra Preece)

“Repression, Interests and Outgroup Attitudes: A survey experiment in post-coup Myanmar” (with Isabel Chew)

“Colonial Legacies and Modern Conflicts: the Long-term Impacts of Missionary Activities on Ethnic Conflict”


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