Associate Professor in Political Science and Conflict Studies
Tel: +44 (0)24765 23419
I received my PhD in Political Science in 2010. Before joining PAIS in January 2017, I worked as a visiting Assistant Professor at Duke University and as Assistant Professor at Sabancı University, Istanbul. My main research interests include the dynamics and social, political and economic consequences of civil conflicts as well as formal, experimental and empirical analyses of political and economic behavior. I am the principal investigator of the ERC starting grant project EXPOVIBE: Exposure to Political Violence and Individual Behavior, aka "The Project". EXPOVIBE explores the individual level effects of being exposed to political violence in a civil conflict context. Please visit the project website for more information.
I am the executive coordinator of The Network of European Peace Scientists (NEPS). NEPS is a network of scholars committed to the advancement of Peace Research in Europe. Our annual conference, The Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference, is one of the most well-known and prestigious academic gatherings of peace science scholars around the world.
I am a fellow of the Alan Turing Institute.
I am a network professor at Sabancı University, Istanbul.
- The Geo-Temporal Evolution of Violence in Civil Conflicts, forthcoming, Journal of Peace Research.
- Introduction to the Special Issue "Reflections on the post COVID-19 World", with Raul Caruso, Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, September 2020, 26(3).
- An Experimental Study of the Investment Implications of Bankruptcy Rules, with Mürüvvet Büyükboyacı, Mehmet Yiğit Gürdal, and Özgür Kibris, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2019, 158:697-629.
- State Society Relations in Civil Conflicts, with Özgür Kıbrıs, Terrorism and Political Violence, 2020, 32(1): 138-166.
- On Surplus Sharing in Partnerships, with Özgür Kıbrıs, Social Choice and Welfare, 2016, 47(1): 89–111.
- The Flight of White Collars: Civil Conflict, Availability of Medical Service Providers and Public Health, with Nils Metternich, Social Sciences & Medicine, 2016, 149: 93-103.
- On Dynamics of Extremist Violence, with Özgür Kıbrıs, Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, 2016, 22(1): 1-25.
- The Conflict Trap Revisited: Civil Conflict and Educational Achievement, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2015 59(4), 645-670.
- The Polarization Trap, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2014, 37(6): 492-522.
- On the Investment Implications of Bankruptcy Rules, with Ozgur Kıbrıs, Games and Economic Behavior, 2013, 80:85-99.
- Uncertainty and Ratification Failure, Public Choice, 2012, Issue 3:439-467.
- The Accession Games: A Comparison of Three Limited-Information Negotiation Designs, with Meltem Müftüler Baç, International Studies Perspectives, November 2011, Vol.12(4):399-427.
- Funerals and Elections: The Effects of PKK Terrorism on Voting Behavior in Turkey, Journal of Conflict Resolution, April 2011, Vol.55(2):220-247.
- Reflections on the post COVID-19 World, with Raul Caruso, Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, September 2020, 26: 3.
- Proceedings of the 17th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference, with Roos Haer, Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, December 2017, 23:4.
- Proceedings of the 15th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference, with Roos Haer, Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, December 2015, 22:4.
TPCONED is a dataset on the fatal events of the armed conflict between the rebel organization PKK and the Turkish state that took place on Turkish soil and in which there was at least one combatant casualty. For each event, the exact date, location at the county (town) level, location at the province level, number of TSF and PKK casualties, and the data sources are listed. The dataset covers the conflict from its very beginning in 1984 and is continuously being updated. Events were cross checked across different sources to make sure that the resulting dataset is as comprehensive, complete and accurate as possible.
TPCONED is freely accessible and downloadable for scientific study purposes. Please cite Kibris, Arzu, The Geo-Temporal Evolution of Violence in Civil Conflicts, forthcoming, Journal of Peace Research.