Michael Breen is a McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Social and Political Science at The University of Melbourne. Breen’s research focuses on federalism in Asia, the management of ethnic diversity, and the use of deliberative democracy tools in constitution-making. Prior to academia, Breen was a policy maker, negotiator, and advisor in various government departments in Australia, and in international organizations including the United Nations Development Programme in Nepal.
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Breen, Michael. 2019. Review of Elections in Nepal: Identifying the Politically Excluded Groups: A Study of the Parliamentary Election Results From 1991 to 2013 by Kåre Vollan.. HIMALAYA 39(1).
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