Cullen S Hendrix

Cullen S Hendrix

University of Denver

H-index: 33

North America-United States

About Cullen S Hendrix

Cullen S Hendrix, With an exceptional h-index of 33 and a recent h-index of 31 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Denver, specializes in the field of political economy, environmental politics, political science, food security, international relations.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

The Cult of the Relevant: International Relations Scholars and Policy Engagement Beyond the Ivory Tower

The world must prepare for a destructive El Niño season next year

Gabon coup complicates country’s critical mineral ambitions

The West versus Beijing? Determinants of the UN Human Rights Council Vote (Not) To Debate Human Rights in Xinjiang

The US should consider a critical minerals trade agreement with Indonesia

International Studies and Struggles for Inclusion

Trade accords with Sub-Saharan African countries can ease supplies of critical minerals

Drivers of conflict and resilience in shifting transboundary fisheries

Cullen S Hendrix Information

University

University of Denver

Position

Professor Korbel School & Nonresident Senior Fellow PIIE

Citations(all)

6838

Citations(since 2020)

3991

Cited By

4407

hIndex(all)

33

hIndex(since 2020)

31

i10Index(all)

48

i10Index(since 2020)

42

Email

University Profile Page

University of Denver

Cullen S Hendrix Skills & Research Interests

political economy

environmental politics

political science

food security

international relations

Top articles of Cullen S Hendrix

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

The Cult of the Relevant: International Relations Scholars and Policy Engagement Beyond the Ivory Tower

Perspectives on Politics

Cullen S Hendrix

Julia Macdonald

Ryan Powers

Susan Peterson

Michael J Tierney

2023/12

The world must prepare for a destructive El Niño season next year

Cullen S Hendrix

2023/6/12

Gabon coup complicates country’s critical mineral ambitions

Cullen S Hendrix

2023/9/11

The West versus Beijing? Determinants of the UN Human Rights Council Vote (Not) To Debate Human Rights in Xinjiang

East-West Center Occasional Paper Series

Cullen S Hendrix

Marcus Noland

2023/9

The US should consider a critical minerals trade agreement with Indonesia

Cullen S Hendrix

2023/11/16

International Studies and Struggles for Inclusion

International Studies Review

Tarik Abou Chadi

Kanisha D Bond

Cassy Dorff

Jamie Hagen

Cullen S Hendrix

...

2023/6

Trade accords with Sub-Saharan African countries can ease supplies of critical minerals

Cullen S Hendrix

2023/10/13

Drivers of conflict and resilience in shifting transboundary fisheries

Marine Policy

Jacqueline M Vogel

Catherine Longo

Jessica Spijkers

Juliano Palacios-Abrantes

Julia Mason

...

2023/9/1

Why the proposed Brussels buyers club to procure critical minerals is a bad idea

PIIE Policy Brief

Cullen S Hendrix

2023/5

Climate change and conflict

Cullen S Hendrix

Vally Koubi

Jan Selby

Ayesha Siddiqi

Nina von Uexkull

2023/3

Rethinking Indonesia's nickel policies to power economic growth

East Asia Forum Quarterly

Cullen Hendrix

2023/10/1

The US strategy on critical minerals needs clearer priorities

Cullen S Hendrix

2023/8/1

13 Environment and Conflict

Understanding War and Peace

CULLEN S HENDRIX

2023/7/20

Climate-driven risks to peace over the 21st century

Climate Risk Management

Halvard Buhaug

Tor A Benjaminsen

Elisabeth A Gilmore

Cullen S Hendrix

2023/1/1

Political unrest in Africa threatens global critical mineral supplies and their futures

Cullen S Hendrix

2023/9/19

Building downstream capacity for critical minerals in Africa: Challenges and opportunities

Cullen S Hendrix

2022/12/14

Global climate, El Nino, and militarized fisheries disputes in the East and South China Seas

Marine Policy

Cullen S Hendrix

Sarah M Glaser

Joshua E Lambert

Paige M Roberts

2022/9/1

Key risks across sectors and regions

Brian C O'Neill

Maarten van Aalst

Zelina Zaiton Ibrahim

Lea Berrang-Ford

Suruchi Bhadwal

...

2022

Shift to renewable energy could be a mixed blessing for mineral exporters

Peterson Institute for International Economics Policy Briefs

Cullen S. Hendrix

2022/1

WTO must ban harmful fisheries subsidies

Science

U Rashid Sumaila

Daniel J Skerritt

Anna Schuhbauer

Sebastian Villasante

Andrés M Cisneros-Montemayor

...

2021/10/29

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Cullen S Hendrix FAQs

What is Cullen S Hendrix's h-index at University of Denver?

The h-index of Cullen S Hendrix has been 31 since 2020 and 33 in total.

What are Cullen S Hendrix's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

The Cult of the Relevant: International Relations Scholars and Policy Engagement Beyond the Ivory Tower

The world must prepare for a destructive El Niño season next year

Gabon coup complicates country’s critical mineral ambitions

The West versus Beijing? Determinants of the UN Human Rights Council Vote (Not) To Debate Human Rights in Xinjiang

The US should consider a critical minerals trade agreement with Indonesia

International Studies and Struggles for Inclusion

Trade accords with Sub-Saharan African countries can ease supplies of critical minerals

Drivers of conflict and resilience in shifting transboundary fisheries

...

are the top articles of Cullen S Hendrix at University of Denver.

What are Cullen S Hendrix's research interests?

The research interests of Cullen S Hendrix are: political economy, environmental politics, political science, food security, international relations

What is Cullen S Hendrix's total number of citations?

Cullen S Hendrix has 6,838 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Cullen S Hendrix?

The co-authors of Cullen S Hendrix are Christopher B. Field, Neil Adger, Stephan Haggard, Marshall Burke, Katharine J. Mach, Les Kaufman.

Co-Authors

H-index: 157
Christopher B. Field

Christopher B. Field

Stanford University

H-index: 114
Neil Adger

Neil Adger

University of Exeter

H-index: 83
Stephan Haggard

Stephan Haggard

University of California, San Diego

H-index: 60
Marshall Burke

Marshall Burke

Stanford University

H-index: 58
Katharine J. Mach

Katharine J. Mach

University of Miami

H-index: 57
Les Kaufman

Les Kaufman

Boston University

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