Since 2013, I have edited a book, two special sections of peer reviewed journals, published 16 articles, book chapters, and numerous op-eds on elections, digital media and the representation of women and minorities. You can find links to my work here:
Franceschet, Susan, Mona Lena Krook, and Netina Tan, eds. 2018. The Palgrave Handbook of Women’s Political Rights. 1st ed. 2019 edition. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan (Equal contributions between three editors).
Special Journal Issues
Forthcoming. “Quotas, Parties and Electoral Design: Mechanisms and Effects of Ethnic Representation in Diverse Societies.” Representation: Journal of Representative Democracy.
2019. “Digital Democracy: Transformation and Public Contestations“, with Sara Bannerman and Tony Porter. Institute of Globalization and Human Condition Working Paper Series (equal parts in co-editing 15 papers).
2016. Guest Editor. Special Section on “Gender Reforms, Quotas and Women’s Political Representation in Taiwan, South Korea and Singapore“, Pacific Affairs (89:2): 84 pp.
2015. Guest Editor. “Critical Perspectives on “Quotas and Non-Quota Strategies in East Asia.” Politics and Gender 11(01): 46 pp.
2021.”Ethnic Quotas, Political Representation and Equity in Asia Pacific” with Cassandra Preece. Representation: Journal of Representative Democracy
2021.”Electoral Management of Digital Campaigns and Disinformation in East and Southeast Asia” Democratization, edited by Nicole Curato and Diego Fossato.
2020. “Electoral Management of Digital Campaigns and Disinformation in East and Southeast Asia” Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy.
2020. “Electoral System, Ethnic Parties, and Party System Stability in Myanmar,” with Cassandra Preece. The European Journal of Development Research 32 (2): 431–56.
2020. “ Minimal Factionalism in Singapore’s People’s Action Party.” Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 39 (1): 124–43.
2020. “Factionalism in Southeast Asia: Types, Causes, and Effects,” with Allen Hicken. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 39 (1): 187–204 (equal co-authorship).
2019. “Regulating Fake News in Sub-Sahara Africa.” Digital Democracy: Transformation and Public Contestations, Institute of Globalization and Human Condition Working Paper Series, with Sara Bannerman and Tony Porter, pp. 19-24.
2018. “Electoral Rules and Manufacturing Legislative Supermajority: Evidence from Singapore”, with Bernard Grofman, Commonwealth and Comparative Politics (56: 3): 273-297.
2016. “Gender Reforms, Quotas and Women’s Political Representation in Taiwan, South Korea and Singapore, Pacific Affairs (89:2):309-323.
2016. “Why are Gender Reforms Adopted in Singapore? Party Pragmatism and Electoral Incentives”, Pacific Affairs (89:2):369-393. Shortlisted for for the William L. Holland Prize for the most outstanding journal article published in Pacific Affairs for 2016.
2015. “Introduction: Quotas and Non-Quota Strategies in East Asia.” Politics & Gender 11 (01): 171–75.
2015. “Party Quotas and Rising Women Politicians in Singapore.” Politics & Gender 11 (01): 196–207.
2014. “The General and Presidential Elections in Singapore 2011.” Electoral Studies 35: 374-8.
2014. “Ethnic Quotas and Unintended Effects on Women’s Political Representation in Singapore.” International Political Science Review, 35 (1): 27-40.
2013. “Manipulating Electoral Laws in Singapore.” Electoral Studies, 32 (4):632-643.
Introductions and Research Notes
Forthcoming. “Introduction to Quotas, Parties and Electoral Design: Mechanisms and Effects of Ethnic Representation in Diverse Societies” in Representation: Journal of Representative Democracy.
2019. “Introduction: Digitization and Challenges to Democracy”, with Sara Bannerman and Tony Porter in Digital Democracy: Transformation and Public Contestations, IGHC Working Paper Series, pp. 3-12.
2015. “Introduction: Quotas and Non-Quota Strategies in East Asia.” Politics and Gender 11 (01): 171–75.
2014. “The General and Presidential Elections in Singapore 2011,” Electoral Studies 35: 374-8. (Research Note)
2021. “Gender Quotas, Reserved Seats and Electoral Incentives in Asia.” In Women, Power, and Political Representation: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives, edited by Roosmajin de Geus, Erin Trolley, Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant, and Peter John Loewen, 108–18. Toronto, Canada: Toronto University Press.
2021. “Ethnicity, Gender and the Vote.” In Voting in a Time of Change: Singapore’s 2020 General Election, edited by Kevin YL Tan and Terence Lee, 227–46. Ethos Books.
2020. “Women and Politics in East and Southeast Asia.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science, Ed. Sandy Maisel. New York, Oxford University Press (in-press).
2020. “Singapore: Challenges of ‘Good Governance’ Without Liberal Democracy.” In Governance and Democracy in the Asia-Pacific: Political and Civil Society, 1st Edition, 48–73. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY: Routledge.
2018. “Elected Women Politicians in Singapore’s Parliament: An Analysis of Socio-Demographic Profile,” In Women of Asia: Globalization, Development, and Social Change, edited by Linda Lindsey and Mehrangiz Najafizadeh, 198-211, Routledge.
2016. “Pre-Electoral Manipulation, Gerrymandering and Its Effects on Singapore’s 2015 GE,” In Voting in Change: Politics of Singapore’s 2015 General Election, edited by Terence Lee and Kevin Tan, 169-190. Singapore: Ethos Book.
2015. “Institutionalized Hegemonic Party Rule in Singapore.” In Party Institutionalization in Asia: Democracies, Autocracies and the Shadows of the Past, edited by Erik Kuhonta and Allen Hicken, 49-73. New York: Cambridge University Press.
2014. “Embracing Uncertainty and Democratization in Singapore.” In Democracy in Eastern Asia, edited by Edmund Fung and Steven Drakeley, 181-202. New York: Routledge.
2014. “Singapore.” In Party Politics in Southeast Asia: Organization, Money and Influence, edited by Wolfgang Sachsenroder. CreateSpace Publishing: 261-285.
2004. “Human Security in Southeast Asia: A Gender and Constructivist Perspective.” In Asia in the New Millennium: APISA First Congress 2003, edited by Amitav Acharya and Lee Lai To, 595-627. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic.