Publications

Book
Regime Threats and State Solutions: Bureaucratic Loyalty and Embeddedness in Kenya. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics)

Papers
Brett L. Carter and Mai Hassan. Forthcoming. Regional Governance in Divided Societies: Evidence from the Republic of Congo and Kenya.” Journal of Politics.

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Bertelli, Anthony, Mai Hassan, Daniel Honig, Daniel Rogger, Martin Williams. “An Agenda for the Study of Public Administration in Developing Countries.” Governance.

Mai Hassan and Thomas O’Mealia. Forthcoming. “Representative Bureaucracy, Role Congruence, and Kenya’s Gender Quota.”Governance.
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.

Book Chapters
Hassan, Mai. “The Local Politics of Resource Distribution” in The Oxford Handbook of Kenyan Politics.

Hassan, Mai. “Decentralization and Democratization” in Handbook of Democratization in Africa.