Ariotti, Margaret H. and Kevin S. Fridy. 2020. Informal Governance as a Force Multiplier in Counterterrorism: Evidence for Burkina Faso. MacDill AFB, FL: Joint Special Operations University Press.
Fridy, Kevin S., Mary R. Anderson, and Isaac K. Yen. 2020. “Personal, Public and Political Impacts of a New District: Survey Data from Before and After the Creation of Ghana's Nabdam District.” Journal of Asian and African Studies (forthcoming).
Fridy, Kevin S. and William M. Myers. 2019. “Challenges to Decentralisation in Ghana: Where do citizens seek assistance?” Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 57(1): 71-92.
Fridy, Kevin S. 2018. “A Freezing Moment in Ghana's Party System: How Two Thorns in Nkrumah's Side Framed Elections in the Fourth Republic.” Journal of West African History 4(2): 57-84.
Myers, William M. and Kevin S. Fridy. 2017. “Formal Versus Traditional Institutions: Evidence from Ghana.” Democratization 24(2): 367-382.
Fridy, Kevin S. 2016. “Electoral Predictions in Africa: Predicting winners in Relatively Stable Two-party Systems with Early and Incomplete Results.” Journal of African Elections 15(1): 139-156.
Fridy, Kevin S. and Fredline A.O. M’Cormack-Hale. 2011. “Sierra Leone’s 2007 Elections: Monumental and More of the Same.” African Studies Quarterly 12(4): 39-57.
Fridy, Kevin S. 2009. “Africa’s Disappearing Election Results: Why Announcing the Winner is Simply not Enough.” Journal of African Elections 8(2): 88-101.
Fridy, Kevin S. 2007. " The Elephant, Umbrella, and Quarrelling Cocks: Disaggregating Partisanship in Ghana 's Fourth Republic." African Affairs 106(423): 281-305.
Wald, Kenneth D., Adam L. Silverman, and Kevin S. Fridy. 2005. " Making Sense of Religion in Political Life." Annual Review of Political Science 8: 121-144 .