Publications

2022

Canavan, M. & Turkoglu, O. (2022). The Effect of Migration on Political Support for Co-ethnics: Evidence From Turkey, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 66(4-5), 867-898

Altindag, O. & Erten, B. & Keskin, P. (2022). Mental Health Costs of Lockdowns: Evidence from Age-Specific Curfews in Turkey, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 14(2), 320-43

Akyol, P. & Okten, C. (2022). The role of religion in female labor supply: evidence from two Muslim denominations, Journal of Demographic Economics, 1–38

2021

Akar, B. (2021). Essays on the Effects of Compulsory Schooling: Education, Labor Market, And Time Use Outcomes. PhD Dissertation, Bilkent University, Ankara

Livny, A. (2021). Can Religiosity be Sensed with Satellite Data? An Assessment of Luminosity during Ramadan in Turkey, Public Opinion Quarterly, 85(1), 371–398

Gevrek, Z. E. & Kunt, P. & Ursprung, H. W. (2021). Education, political discontent, and emigration intentions: evidence from a natural experiment in Turkey, Public Choice, 186(3), 563-585

2020

Kayaoğlu, A. & Williams, C. (2020). Explaining Tax Non-Compliance from a Neo-Institutionalist Perspective: Some Lessons from a Public Opinion Survey in Turkey, Sosyoekonomi, 28(43), 89-105

Selçuk, O., & Hekimci, D. (2020). The rise of the democracy–authoritarianism cleavage and opposition coordination in Turkey (2014–2019). Democratization, 27(8), 1496-1514.

Yagci, A. H., & Oyvat, C. (2020). Partisanship, media and the objective economy: Sources of individual-level economic assessments. Electoral Studies, 66, 102135.

2019

Günay, O., & Yörük, E. (2019). Governing ethnic unrest: Political Islam and the Kurdish conflict in Turkey. New Perspectives on Turkey, 61, 9-43.

Akyol, P. & Okten, C. (2019). The Role of Culture on Female Labor Supply: Evidence from Turkey, IZA Discussion Paper, No. 12620, doi: 10.2139/ssrn.3457664

Özel, I. D. & Yıldırım, K. (2019). Political Consequences of Welfare Regimes: Social Assistance and Support for Presidentialism in Turkey, South European Society and Politics, DOI: 10.1080/13608746.2019.1589155

Burak Gürel, B. & Küçük, B. & Taş, S. (2019). The rural roots of the rise of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey, The Journal of Peasant Studies, 46(3), 457-479, DOI: 10.1080/03066150.2018.1552264

2018

Akboğa, S., & Şahin, O. (2018). Perceptions of Democracy in Turkey: Gender, Ethnic, and Religious Dynamics. Journal of Economy Culture and Society, 1-28

Azak, U. (2018) Secularism and Atheism in the Turkish Public Sphere. Turkish Policy Quarterly, 16(4)57-73

Baysu, G., & Coşkan, C. (2018). Reconciliation and intergroup forgiveness: The case of the Kurdish conflict in Turkey. Turkish Studies, 1-25

Bayulgen, O., Arbatli, E., & Canbolat, S. (2018). Elite Survival Strategies and Authoritarian Reversal in Turkey. Polity, 50(3), 333-365

Mccoy, J., Rahman, T., & Somer, M. (2018). Polarization and the Global Crisis of Democracy: Common Patterns, Dynamics, and Pernicious Consequences for Democratic Polities. American Behavioral Scientist, 62(1), 16-42

Yitmen, S. & Verkuyten, M. (2018). Positive and negative behavioral intentions towards refugees in Turkey: The roles of national identification, threat, and humanitarian concern. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 28, 230-243.

2017

Kayaoğlu, A. (2017). Voting Behavior of the Youth in Turkey: What Drives Involvement in or Causes Alienation from Conventional Political Participation?, Turkish Studies, 18(1), 32-55

Altınoğlu, E. (2017). Religious commitment or a textualist-traditionalist understanding of Islam? The impact of religious orientations upon social tolerance in Turkey. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 1-21.

Aytaç, S. E., Schiumerini, L., & Stokes, S. (2017). Protests and Repression in New Democracies. Perspectives on Politics, 15(01), 62-82

Aytaç, S. E., Schiumerini, L., & Stokes, S. (2017). Why Do People Join Backlash Protests? Lessons from Turkey. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 62(6)

Cesur, R., & Mocan, N. (2017). Education, religion, and voter preference in a Muslim country. Journal of Population Economics, 31(1), 1-44

Madi-Sisman, Ö. (2017). Muslims, money, and democracy in Turkey: Reluctant capitalists. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Mercea D., Karatas D. & Bastos M. T. (2017). Persistent Activist Communication in Occupy Gezi. Sociology 1-19

Hazama, Y. (2017) Economic and corruption voting in a predominant party system: The Turkish case. Ac ta Politica, 1-28.

Yanardağoğlu, E. (2017). Citizenship, media and activism in Turkey during Gezi Park protests. Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture, 8(2), 133-150

2016

Adıgüzel, S. (2016) Electoral rules and strategic voting in Turkey (lisansüstü tezi).

Aksoy O., Gambetta, D. (2016) Behind the veil: The strategic use of religious garb. European Sociological Review, 32 (6): 792-806

Atak, K., della Porta, D: (2016) Popular uprisings in Turkey: Police culpability and constraints on dialogue-oriented policing in Gezi Park and beyond. European Journal of Criminology,13(5) 610-625

Belge, C. (2016) Civilian victimization and the politics of information in the Kurdish conflict in Turkey, World Politics, 68(2) 275-306

Çelebi, E., Verkuyten, M., Smyrnioti, N. (2016) Support for Kurdish language rights in Turkey: the roles of ethnic group, group identifications, contact, and intergroup perceptions. Ethnic and Racial Studies39(6) 1034-1051

Davutyan, N., Öztürkkal, B. (2016) Determinants of Saving-Borrowing Decisions and Financial Inclusion in a High Middle Income Country: The Turkish Case. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 52(11) 2512-2529

Gökaliler, E., Sabuncuoğlu, A. (2016) The effects of social media usage on brand resonance during and after the Gezi Park protests in Turkey. Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, 6(2) 131-151

Kayaoğlu, A. (2016) Determinants of trust in Turkey. European Studies. 1-25

Kuzu, D. (2016) The politics of identity, recognition and multiculturalism: the Kurds in Turkey. Nations and Nationalism, 22(1) 123–142

Marschall, M., Aydogan, A., Bulut, A. (2016) Does housing create votes? Explaining the electoral success of the AKP in Turkey. Electoral Studies, 42, 201–212

Morva, O. (2016) The humorous language of street dissent: a discourse analysis on the graffiti of the Gezi Park protests. European Journal of Humour Research, 4(2) 19–34

Önal, L. (2016) Gezi Park and EuroMaidan: social movements at the borders. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, 29(1), 16-40

Özsoy, S., Bilgi, S. (2016) Multi-cultural education in Turkey: Possibilities and dilemmas. In J. L . Bianco & A. Bal (Eds.) Learning from difference: Comparative accounts of multicultural education, (pp. 147-169) Springer International Publishing

Sak, A. K. (2016) The determinants of voting behavior in Turkey: A micro-level analysis for the period 2012-2014 (lisansüstü tezi).

Tuzen, Z., Yurtseven, C. (2016) The transformation of the higher education system in Turkey after 2002: A game theoretic analysis. Theoretical Economics Letters, 6, 97-105

2015

Ayan, Musil, P. (2015) Milliyetçi Hareket Partisi: İdeoloji, Örgüt ve Söylemler. In E. A. Bekaroğlu (Ed.) Türkiye’de Siyasi Partiler ve Seçim Kampanyaları: Araftaki Seçim, 7 Haziran 2015 (pp. 159-186) İstanbul: Vadi Yayınları.

Başlevent, C., Kirmanoğlu, H. (2015) Economic voting in Turkey: Perceptions, expectations and the party choice. Research and Policy on Turkey, 1(1) 88-101

Koç, G., Aksu , H. (Eds.) (2015) Another Brick in the Barricade: The Gezi Resistance and Its Aftermath. BoD-Books on Demand

Livny Avital (2015) Ethnic Diversity and Inter-Group Trust in Turkey. In AALIMS–Oxford Conference on Political Economy of Islam and Muslim Societies

Saka, E. (2015) The Konda Survey: Brief Observations on the Social Media and Minorities Project. ELIAMEP Middle East Mediterranean

Sarıgil, Z. (2015) Public opinion and attitude toward the military and democratic consolidation in Turkey. Armed Forces & Society, 41(2) 282-306

Serhun, A. (2015) Elite discourses, nationalism and moderation: A dialectical analysis of Turkish and Kurdish nationalisms. Ethnopolitics, 14(1) 94-112

Soylu, S., Sheey-Skeffington, J. (2015) Asymmetric intergroup bullying: The enactment and maintenance of societal inequality at work Human Relations, 68(7) 1099-1129

Suzuki Him, M., Gündüz Hoşgör, A. (2015) An implication of health sector reform for disadvantaged women’s struggle for birth control: A case of Kurdish rural-urban migrant women in Van, Turkey. Health Care for Women International, 36(9) 969-987

Yüksel, M., Yörük, E. (2015) Gezi eylemlerinin toplumsal dinamikleri. Toplum ve Bilim, no: 133, 132-165

Tunç, A. (2015) Twitter vs. Penguins on TV: #GeziParkProtests, Social Media Use, and the Generation Y in Turkey. In S. N. Litsas & A. Tziampiris (Eds.) The Eastern Mediterranean in transition: Multipolarity, politics and power, 161

2014

Atak, K. (2014) Flap of the Butterfly: Turkey’s June Uprisings. In D. della Porta & A. Mattoni (Eds.) Spreading Protest: Social Movements in Times of Crisis, 253 – 277

Cesur, R., Mocan, N. (2014) Does Secular Education Impact Religiosity, Electoral Pariticipation and the Propensity to Vote for Islamic Parties? Evidence from an Education Reform in a Muslim Country. IZA Discussion Paper No. 8017

Çelebi, E., Verkuyten, M., Köse, T., Maliepaard, M. (2014) Out-group trust and conflict understandings: The perspective of Turks and Kurds in Turkey. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 40, 64–75

Şahin M. O., Eroğlu, İ. Kekevi, S. (2014) Immigration phenomenon in Turkey-EU relations and problem of of free movement of labour force. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 4(6) 149-158

Yörük, E. (2014) The long summer of Turkey: The Gezi uprising and its historical roots. South Atlantic Quarterly, 113(2) 419-426

Yörük, E., Yüksel, M. (2014) “Class and Politics in Turkey’s Gezi Protests”, New Left Review, 89

2013

İlkkaracan, İ. (2013) Political economy of caring labor, gender and deepening conservatism in a developing economy context: The case of Turkey. Istanbul Technical University, Women’s Studies Center, Working Paper Series.

Şen, H. Yavuz-Müren, M., Yağmurlu, B. (2013) Parenting: The Turkish Context. In S. Helaine (Ed.) Parenting Across Cultures: Childrearing, Motherhood and Fatherhood in Non-Western Cultures (pp. 174-192) Springer Netherlands

Taştan, C. (2013) The Gezi Park protests in Turkey: A qualitative field research. Insight Turkey, 15(3) 27-38

Ugur, Z. B. (2013) From headscarves to donation: Three essays on the economics of gender, health and happiness. Tilburg: CentER, Center for Economic Research

2012

Atikcan, E. Ö., Öge, K. (2012) Referandum campaigns in polarized societies: The case of Turkey. Turkish Studies, 13(3) 449-470

İlkkaracan, İ. (2012) Why so few women in the labor market in Turkey? Feminist Economics, 18(1) 1-37

Levitt, B. S, Çıplak, B. (2012) Minority group strategies for endogenous institutional change: Kurdish parties and voters in Turkey’s 2007 referendum. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 18(4) 452-475

Yörük, E. (2012) Welfare provision as political containment: The politics of social assistance and the Kurdish conflict in Turkey. Politics & Society, 40(4) 517-547

2011

Aslanbay, Y. Sanaktekin Hesapçı, Ö., Ağırdır, B. (2011) Lifestyles of Islamic consumers in Turkey In eds. Ö.Sandıkcı & G. Rice (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Marketing (pp. 129-146)

Cindoğlu, D. (2011) Headscarf ban and discrimination: Professional headscarved women in the labor market. Istanbul: TESEV yayınları

Kennedy N. F., Şenses, N. Ayan, P. (2011) Grasping the social through movies. Teaching in Higher Education, 16:1, 1-14,

Köksal. A. (2011) A Comparative Approach to Priviledged Partnership: Is Turkey Really Different? Boğaziçi Journal, 25 (2) 27-57

Saz, G. (2011) Turkophobia and Rising Islamophobia in Europe: A Quantification for the Negative Spillovers on the EU Membership Quest of Turkey. European Journal of Social Sciences, 19(4) 479-491

Tepe, S. (2011) Serving God through the Market: The Emergence of Muslim Consumptionscapes. and Islamic Resistance. In eds. Ö.Sandıkcı & G. Rice (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Marketing (pp. 363-392)

Yeğen, M. (2011) The 2011 elections and the Kurdish question. Insight Turkey, 13(4) 147-169

2010

Kuzu, D. (2010) A Self-governing group or equal citizens? Kurds, Turkey and the European Union. Journal of Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe, 9(1) 32—65

Petryna, K. (2010) An uncertain identity: Socioeconomic disparities in modern Turkish politics. Turkey: bridging two worlds. Paper 8

2009

Akarca, A. and Başlevent, C. (2009), Inter-party vote movements in Turkey: The sources of AKP votes in 2007, İktisat İşletme ve Finans, 24(285) 32-47

Jenkins, G. (2008) Turkey’s latest crisis. Global Politics and Strategy, 50(5) 5-12

Toprak, M. and Uslu, N. (2008): The Headscarf Controversy in Turkey. Journal of Economic and Social Research, 11 (1) 43-67.

2008

Hale, W. (2008) The electoral system and the 2007 elections: Effects and debates. Turkish Studies, 9(2) 233-246

Somer, M. (2008) Why aren’t Kurds like the Scots and the Turks like the Brits? Moderation and democracy in the Kurdish question. Cooperation and Conflict, 43(2) 220-249

Sorlak, Z., Bali, B. B. (2008) Politics in Turkey : Condemned to Corruption? KOPS. Crime and Culture : discussion paper series 24

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