People: Research Faculty
Research Professor, Center for Political Studies
Professor, Department of Political Science
Ph.D. 2002 University of California San Diego (Political Science/International Relations and Pacific Studies)
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.
Hicken, A., Building Party Systems in Developing Democracies. 2009, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hicken, A., Clientelism. Annual Review of Political Science. 14: 289-310. 2011.
Hicken, A. and J.W. Simmons, The Personal Vote and the Efficacy of Education Spending. American Journal of Political Science, 2008. 52(1): p. 109.
Hicken, A. and H. Stoll, Presidents and Parties: How Presidential Elections Shape Coordination in Legislative Elections. Comparative Political Studies 44 (7). 2011.
Hicken, A. and H. Stoll, Electoral Rules and the Size of the Prize: How Political Institutions Shape Presidential Party Systems. The Journal of politics, 2008. 70(04): p. 1109.