Professor Ozen completed his doctoral studies in political science at Binghamton University (SUNY) and specialized in comparative politics. His research interests include voting behavior, domestic politics of the Middle Eastern and North African countries, elections and electoral processes, political parties, and representation.
Professor Ozen teaches courses in comparative politics, Middle Eastern politics, research methods, democratization, and party politics.
PhD in Political Science at Binghamton
MA in Political Science at Binghamton University (SUNY)
MA in History at Bogazici University
BA in Political Science at Istanbul Bilgi University
BA in Sociology at Istanbul Bilgi University
Scholarship / Publications
Madariaga, Amuitz Garmendia and H. Ege Ozen. “Looking for Two-sided Coattail Eﬀects: Integrated Parties and Multilevel Elections in the U.S.” Electoral Studies, 2015, 40:66-75.
Moral, Mert, H. Ege Ozen, and Efe Tokdemir. “Bringing the Incumbency Advantage into Question for Proportional Representation” Electoral Studies, 2015, 40:56-65.
Karakoc, Ekrem and H. Ege Ozen, “Cultural and political demands of the ‘Kurdish street’” in Kurds in the Middle East: Enduring Problems and New Dynamics. Eds. Mehmet Gurses, Michael Gunter, & David Romano. 2019 (Forthcoming with Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield).
Ozen, H. Ege. 2018. "Voting for secular parties in the Middle East: Evidence from the 2014 general elections in post-revolutionary Tunisia." The Journal of North African Studies
Ozen, H. Ege. 2017. "Egypt’s 2011–2012 parliamentary elections: Voting for religious vs. secular democracy?" Mediterranean Politics 23(4): 453-478.