Korhan Koçak is a PhD candidate in the Department of Politics in the field of Political Economy. Korhan uses formal theory and empirical methods to study how the political environment interacts with individual differences in preferences and beliefs in shaping public opinion, voting behavior, and political participation. Korhan holds an MA and a BA in Economics from Sabanci University, Istanbul. You can find Korhan's CV here.
Job Market Papers
“Is Bigger Always Better? How Targeting Aid Windfalls Affects Capture and Social Cohesion” with Laura Paler and Camille Strauss-Kahn. 2020. Comparative Political Studies 53(3-4): 359-398
“Launching Revolution: Social Media and the Egyptian Uprising's First Movers” with Killian Clarke. Forthcoming in the British Journal of Political Science.