Aysegul Aydin

PhD student, Binghamton University

Aysegul Aydin
Aysegul Aydin is an External Associate at PRIO.

Background

Languages spoken:

English, Turkish, learning Norwegian

Education:

• Ph.D., Political Science, Binghamton University, Spring 2006 (expected).
• ICPSR Summer Program, Advanced Maximum Likelihood Estimation, University of Michigan, 2004.
• M.A., Political Science, Binghamton University, June 2004, GPA, 3.945.
• Comprehensive Exam Fields; World Politics and Comparative Politics.
• M.A., Political Science, Bogazici University, 1999.
• B.A., Law, Istanbul University, 1995.

At PRIO 2004-2005 as research assistant to Patrick Regan.

Publications

The following publications are specific to the Centre for the Study of Civil War. A more complete list may be available at www.prio.org.

All Publications

Book Chapter

Aydin, Aysegul & Scott Gates (2008) Rulers as Mass Murderers: Political Institutions and Human Insecurity, in Marie-Joëlle Zahar, ed., Intra-State Conflict, Governments and Security: Dilemmas of Deterrence and Assurance. London: Routledge (72–95).

Conference Paper

Aydin, Aysegul & Scott Gates (2008) From Repression to Genocide: Why Would a Leader Ever Commit Mass Murder?, presented at 49th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA, 26–29 March.
Gates, Scott & Aysegul Aydin (2007) Why Do Rulers Commit Mass Murder? The Microfoundations of Human Insecurity, presented at the 48th Annual Metting of the International Studies Association, Chicago, IL, 28 February–3 March.
Gates, Scott & Aysegul Aydin (2006) Rulers as Mass Murderers: Political Institutions and Human Insecurity, presented at the 47th Annual Conference of the International Studies Association (ISA), San Diego, CA, 22–25 March.

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