Korhan Koçak is a PhD candidate in the Department of Politics in the fields of Political Economy and Formal and Quantitative Methods. Korhan’s research investigates political information, with a particular focus on the roles of media, social media, and cognitive biases. Korhan holds an MA and a BA in Economics from Sabanci University, Istanbul. You can find Korhan's CV here.
“Is Bigger Always Better? How Targeting Aid Windfalls Affects Capture and Social Cohesion” with Laura Paler and Camille Strauss-Kahn. Accepted in Comparative Political Studies.
“Launching Revolution: Social Media and the Egyptian Uprising's First Movers” with Killian Clarke. Forthcoming in British Journal of Political Science.