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Cemal E. Arbatli

  • Cemal E. Arbatli has been at HSE since 2012.

Education and Degrees

  • 2012

    PhD in Economics
    Brown University
    Thesis Title: Essays on Political Instability: External Security Threats, Coups and Civil Conflict

  • 2012

    Postgraduate programme
    Brown University

  • 2007

    Master in Economics
    Brown University

  • 2006

    Master in Economics
    Bilkent University

  • 2004

    Bachelor in Economics
    Sabanci University

Courses (2017/2018)

Courses (2016/2017)

Courses (2015/2016)

Courses (2014/2015)

Courses (2013/2014)

Courses (2012/2013)

Academic Interests

Economic Growth and Development, Political Economics, Cultural Economics, Economics of Conflict

Publications5

Forthcoming Papers

“Information Manipulation in Election Campaigns” (with Kemal Kivanc Akoz), forthcoming in Economics & Politics.

Working Papers

Work Under Review

  • "The Nature of Conflict" (with Quamrul Ashraf and Oded Galor).

Work in progress

  • "Armies in Politics: The Empirical Analyses of Military Coup Behavior" an article under preparation for the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory.
  • "Random Encounters in the City: When is Public Space an Opportunity for Social Integration?"
  • "Manipulative Quality Advertisement by a Monopolist" (with Kemal Kıvanç Aköz and Levent Çelik)
  • "Explaining the Relationship between External Threats and Coups: Rally Around the Flag or Credible Commitments?"

Conference Participation, Presentations

Presentations:

  • ASSA Annual Meeting, 2016 (San Francisco, CA, January 3-5, 2016), “The Nature of Conflict”
  • Kadir Has University, Economics Seminar (Istanbul, Turkey. October 5, 2015), “Minorities and Long-run Development: Persistence of Armenian and Greek Influence in Turkey”.
  • Sabancı University, Economics Seminar (Istanbul, Turkey. October 2, 2015), “Minorities and Long-run Development: Persistence of Armenian and Greek Influence in Turkey”. 
  • European Economic Association Annual Meeting (Mannheim, Germany. August, 2015), “Minorities and Long-run Development: Persistence of Armenian and Greek Influence in Turkey”.
  • ICEF Brown Bag Seminar (Moscow, Russia, April 7-10, 2015), “Minorities and Long-run Development: Persistence of Armenian and Greek Influence in Turkey”.
  • HSE/NES research seminar on political economy (Moscow, Russia, March 10, 2015), "Armenian and Greek Legacy in Modern Turkish Development".
  • Macro Lunch, Department of Economics, Brown University (Providence, RI, March 18, 2015), "Armenian and Greek Legacy in Modern Turkish Development".
  • Association for the Study of Religion, Economics and Culture (ASREC) Annual Conference (Boston, MA, March 20-21, 2015), "Armenian and Greek Legacy in Modern Turkish Development".
  • XVI HSE April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development (Moscow, Russia, April 7-10, 2015), "Armenian and Greek Legacy in Modern Turkish Development".
  • Workshop on Political Economy at the Ural Federal University (Ekaterinburg, Russia. September 26-27, 2014), "The Nature of Civil Conflict".
  • 14th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference (Den Haag, Netherlands.June 24, 2014), "Explaining the Relationship between External Threats and Coups: Rally Around the Flag or Credible Commitments?".
  • Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX. April 21, 2014), "Manipulated Voters in Competitive Election Campaigns".
  • Southwestern Economics Association (San Antonio, TX. April 17, 2014), "Manipulated Voters in Competitive Election Campaigns". 
  • Southwestern Economics Association (San Antonio, TX. April 17, 2014), "Random Encounters in the City: When is Public Space an Opportunity for Social Integration?"
  • HSE/NES research seminar on political economy (Moscow, April 8, 2014), "Random Encounters in the City: When is Public Space an Opportunity for Social Integration?".
  • European Public Choice Society (EPCS) Meeting, (Cambridge, UK, April 4-6, 2014), "Manipulated Voters in Competitive Election Campaigns".
  • Keynote Speaker, Workshop on Biology and Behavior in Political Economy, Laboratory for Institutional Analysis, HSE (Moscow, March 14, 2014), "The Nature of Civil Conflict".
  • International Conference on Culture, Diversity and Development (Moscow, October 18-19, 2013), "Intrapopulation Diversity, Civil Conflict and Potential Channels".
  • HSE Department of Theoretical Economics Seminar (Moscow, May 21, 2013), "Competitive Election Campaigns and Manipulated Voters".
  • HSE/NES research seminar on political economy (Moscow, March 5, 2013), "The Nature of Conflict: Diversity and Civil Wars".
  • Annual Meeting of American Economic Association (Chicago, IL, January 6, 2013), "Genetic Diversity and Civil Conflict" (presented by my co-author Quamrul Ashraf).
  • EconCon 2011 Conference at New York University (New York City, August 18-19, 2011), "Information Manipulation in Election Campaigns".
  • Macro Seminar, Department of Economics, Brown University (November 16, 2011), "The Quest for Political Survival: Can External Threats Save the Day?".
  • The Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association (APSA) (September, 2010), "Military Coups and Security Threat Environment: Taking Competing Hypotheses to Data".
  • The Midwest Political Science Association Annual National Conference (Chicago, April, 2010), "Military Coups and Security Threat Environment: Taking Competing Hypotheses to Data".
  • The Annual Democracy and Democratization Conference (University of Connecticut, March 2009 and February 2010).

Research Grants

  • Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS) Individual Research Grant, 2013

Timetable for today

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Cemal Eren Arbatlı, assistant professor at the Department of Theoretical Economics, has won the Armen Alchian award!

His joint paper with Güneş Gökmen (NES) entitled "Minorities and Long-Run Development: Persistence of Armenian and Greek Influence in Turkey" has won the best general interest paper award at the Armenian Economic Association annual conference.

A Busy and Productive Year

Dr. Eren Arbatli, Assistant Professor at the Department of Theoretical Economics, joined the HSE after finishing a PhD programme at Brown University (USA) in 2013. Eren's spouse and co-author, Dr. Ekim Arbatli, is Assistant Professor at HSE's Faculty of Politics. The HSE LooK spoke to Dr. Arbatli about his current and planned research.

New Research Trends in ‘Biology and Behaviour in a Political Economy’

On March 14, 2014, the HSE is running a workshop ‘Biology and Behaviour in a Political Economy’. John Nye, Academic Supervisor at the International Laboratory for Institutional Analysis of Economic Reforms, HSE which is organising the workshop, spoke to the HSE English-language News Portal about working at the HSE in this research area.