Regime Threats and State Solutions: Bureaucratic Loyalty and Embeddedness in Kenya. Forthcoming, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Series in Comparative Politics)

Carter, Brett L. and Mai Hassan. Forthcoming. Regional Governance in Divided Societies: Evidence from the Republic of Congo and Kenya.” Journal of Politics.
Mai Hassan and Ahmed Kodouda. 2019. “Sudan’s Uprising: The Fall of a Dictator.”  Journal of Democracy, 30(4): 89-103.
Hassan, Mai and Thomas O’Mealia. 2018. “Uneven Accountability in the Wake of Violence: Evidence from Kenya’s Archives and Ashes.” Journal of Peace Research, 55(2): 161 – 174.
Hassan, Mai. 2017.  “The Strategic Shuffle: Ethnic Geography, the Internal Security Apparatus, and Elections in Kenya.” American Journal of Political Science, 61(2): 382 – 395.
Hassan, Mai and Ryan Sheely.  2017.  “Executive–Legislative Relations, Party Defections, and Lower Level Administrative Unit Proliferation: Evidence From Kenya.” Comparative Political Studies, 50(12): 1595 – 1631.

Hassan, Mai. 2016. “A State of Change: District Creation in Kenya after the Beginning of Multi-party Elections.” Political Research Quarterly 69(3): 510 – 521.

Hassan, Mai. 2015. “Continuity Despite Change: Kenya’s New Constitution and Un-Changing Executive Power.” Democratization 22(4) 587: 609.