Dean Dulay

Dean Dulay is a PhD student in Political Science at Duke University, with a focus on the political economy and political institutions of weak states. In particular, his research agenda explores how in weak states non-state actors (such as the family and religious organizations) substitute politically for formal state institutions. He has a regional focus on Southeast Asia, particularly the Philippines. Current projects include (i) examining the organizational strategies of political dynasties and (ii) reconceptualizing colonial religious missions as extensions of colonial states.

Dean Dulay

dean.gerard.dulay@duke.edu
Specialties
Political Economy
Political Institutions