Dr Olli Hellmann, MA (Heidelberg), MA (Birmingham), PhD (Birmingham)
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Olli joined the department in 2010 after completing his PhD at the University of Birmingham. Olli's main research interests are informal institutions (in particular, corruption and clientelism) as well as electoral and party politics. Olli studies these issues with a specific focus on East Asia.
- Democracy and Democratic Theory (Level 2)
- Democracy in the 'Developing' World (MA)
- Politics of Pacific Asia (Level 2)
- Hellmann, Olli (Forthcoming). Betting on Biotech: Innovation and the Limits of Asia's Developmental State, by Joseph Wong (2011). Political Studies Review
- Hellmann, Olli. (2011). Building Party Systems in Developing Democracies, by Allen Hicken (2009). Party Politics 17(5): 703-705.
- Hellmann, Olli (2011). Political parties and electoral strategy: The development of party organization in East Asia. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan.
Journal papers: academic
- Hellmann, Olli (Forthcoming). The developmental state and electoral markets: How strategies of industrialization have shaped party institutionalization in East Asia. Asian Survey
- Hellmann, Olli (2012). Outsourcing candidate selection: The fight against clientelism in East Asian parties. Party Politics (published online before print): 1-9.
- Hellmann, Olli (2011). A historical institutionalist approach to political party organization: the case of South Korea. Government & Opposition 46(4): 464-484.
- 2012: Korea Foundation ('After clientelism: Learning programmatic politics in South Korea')