- Loughlin, N. and Grimsditch, M. (2021). How local political economy dynamics are shaping the Belt and Road Initiative. Third World Quarterly pp. 1–19. doi:10.1080/01436597.2021.1950528.
- Loughlin, N. and Norén-Nilsson, A. (2021). The Cambodian People’s Party’s Turn to Hegemonic Authoritarianism: Strategies and Envisaged Futures. Contemporary Southeast Asia: a journal of international and strategic affairs, 43(2).
- Loughlin, N. (2021). Beyond Personalism: Elite Politics and Political Families in Cambodia. Contemporary Southeast Asia: a journal of international and strategic affairs, 43(2).
- Loughlin, N. (2021). Chinese linkage, leverage, and Cambodia’s transition to hegemonic authoritarianism. Democratization, 28(4), pp. 840–857. doi:10.1080/13510347.2021.1888931.
- Loughlin, N. and Milne, S. (2021). After the Grab? Land Control and Regime Survival in Cambodia since 2012. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 51(3).
- Loughlin, N. (2020). Reassessing Cambodia's Patronage System(s) and the End of Competitive Authoritarianism: Electoral Clientelism in the Shadow of Coercion. Pacific Affairs, 93(3), pp. 497–518. doi:10.5509/2020933497.
- Loughlin, N. (2018). Review of Behind the Façade: Elections Under Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia. South East Asia Research, 26(1).
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Dr. Neil Loughlin is Lecturer in Comparative Politics at City, University of London. Neil’s main research interests include authoritarian politics and the politics of land and resource extraction. He has published in journals such as Democratization, Third World Quarterly, and Journal of Contemporary Asia. Neil is currently completing his first monograph, provisionally titled: The Politics of Coercion: State and Regime Making in Cambodia since 1979. Most of Neil's work has focused on the Southeast Asia region, where he previously worked for a number of local and international NGOs as a human rights worker and development professional.
At City, Neil teaches two modules: Comparative Asian Politics and Advanced Topics in Comparative Politics. Before joining City, Neil was based at the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV), where he remains an Associate Fellow. He also taught modules in comparative authoritarianism, Southeast Asian politics, and development, at the University of Amsterdam and Leiden University. Neil completed his PhD at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at the University of London in 2019.
- Asia - East
- Asia - Southeast