Allen D Hicken
Professor Hicken studies political institutions and political economy in developing countries. His primary focus has been on political parties and party systems in developing democracies and their role in policymaking. His regional specialty is Southeast Asia where he has worked in Thailand, the Philippines and Cambodia.
- Brian K Min, Eugenio Arima, David Backer, Allen D Hicken, Kenneth W Kollman, Joel Selway. 2023. Local Partisan Biases in Allocations of Foreign Aid: A Study of Agricultural Assistance in India. 75(1):43-98.
- Dean Dulay, Allen D Hicken, Ronald Holmes. 2023. The Persistence of Ethnopopulist Support: The Case of Rodrigo Duterte's Philippines. Journal of East Asian Studies 22(3):525-553.
- Dean Dulay, Allen D Hicken, Anil Menon, Ronald Holmes. 2023. Continuity, History, and Identity: Why Bongbong Marcos Won the 2022 Philippine Presidential Election. Pacific Affairs 96(1):85-104.
- Samuel Baltz, Fabricio Vasselai, Hicken,Allen D. 2022. An unexpected consensus among diverse ways to measure democracy. Democratization
- Hicken,Allen D, Edward Aspinall, Meredith L. Weiss, Burhanuddin Muhtadi. 2022. Buying Brokers: Electoral Handouts beyond Clientelism in a Weak-Party State. World Politics 74(1):77-120.
- Nico Ravanilla, Hicken,Allen D. 2022. When legislators don't bring home the pork: the case of Philippine Senators. Political Science Research and Methods
- Edward Aspinall, Allen D Hicken. 2022. Guns for hire and enduring machines: clientelism beyond parties in Indonesia and the Philippines. Varieties of Clientelism: Comparing Patronage Democracies
- Dean Dulay, Allen D Hicken, Anil Menon, Ronald Holmes. 2022. How do Filipinos Remember Their History? A Descriptive Account of Filipino Historical Memory. Contemporary Southeast Asia 44(3)
- Edward Aspinall, Meredith L. Weiss, Allen D Hicken, Paul D. Hutchcroft. 2022. Mobilizing for Elections: Patronage and Political Machines in Southeast Asia.
- Hicken, Allen D, Aspinall, Edward . 2020. Guns for hire and enduring machines: clientelism beyond parties in Indonesia and the Philippines. Democratization 27(1):137-156.