Nathan W Allen
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Clientelism and the personal vote in Indonesia
NW Allen
Electoral Studies 37, 73-85, 2015
452015
Keeping rising Asia at a distance: Canadian attitudes toward trade agreements with Asian countries
NW Allen
International Journal 70 (2), 286-308, 2015
192015
From patronage machine to partisan melee: Subnational corruption and the evolution of the Indonesian party system
NW Allen
Pacific Affairs 87 (2), 221-245, 2014
192014
Diversity, patronage and parties: Parties and party system change in Indonesia
NW Allen
University of British Columbia, 2012
13*2012
Electoral Systems in Context: Indonesia
N Allen
The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Systems, 921-941, 2018
62018
Party System Institutionalization in Asia: Democracies, Autocracies, and the Shadows of the Past. Edited by Allen Hicken, Erik Martinez Kuhonta
N Allen
Pacific Affairs 90 (1), 103-105, 2017
52017
Canada's twenty-first century discovery of China: Canadian media coverage of China and Japan
N Allen, A Lawlor, K Graham
Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 25 (1), 1-18, 2019
42019
Extraterritorial Voting Rights and Restrictions Dataset 1980–2017
N Allen, EI Wellman, B Nyblade
Canadian Political Science Association Conference, Vancouver, 2019
32019
Ummah or tribe? Islamic practice, political ethnocentrism, and political attitudes in Indonesia
NW Allen, SJ Barter
Asian Journal of Political Science 25 (1), 45-67, 2017
32017
Suffrage Beyond Borders: The Adoption of Extra-Territorial Voting Rights
N Allen, B Nyblade, A O’Mahony, S Renger, S Rowan, Z Swannell
5th Southern California Comparative Political Science conference, 2013
22013
Voting Behavior in Indonesia Since Democratization: Critical Democrats. By Saiful Mujani, R. William Liddle, and Kuskridho Ambardi.
N Allen
Pacific Affairs 92 (1), 177-180, 2019
2019
Book Review: The Institutional Imperative: The Politics of Equitable Development in Southeast Asia
NW Allen
Canadian Journal of Political Science 47 (4), 855, 2014
2014
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