Welcome

I'm a PhD candidate in Political Economy at King's College London. I work on issues related to dynamic policy preferences, campaigns, and gender. I do survey experiments and use natural experiments for causal inference. You can read my CV here.

Contact information:

Strand, King's College London, WC2R 2LS, UK

asli.unan@kcl.ac.uk

Selected work

Publications:

Decoupling trends: Drivers of agency independence in telecommunications: An analysis of high and middle‐income countries (with I. Özel), Regulation & Governance 15 (1) link

Good news for whom? The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine announcement reduced political trust (with S.P. Hargreaves Heap, C. Koop, K. Matakos, N. Weber) , PLOS One 16(12) link

Working papers:

Fairness or control: What determines elected local leaders' support for hosting refugees in their community? (with K. Fabbe, E.Kyrkopoulou and K. Matakos) (R&R at JoP) PAP, link

Silence Kills! Conformity to Patriarchy Norms and Violence Against Women (with S. Bermek and K. Matakos) (R&R at JEPS)

Are social media campaigns reaching young voters? Null effects of cognitive mobilisation messages on youth voter registration (with F. Foos and P. John) PAP, link, media

We cannot disagree forever! Reality polarization and citizens’ post-pandemic fiscal adjustment preferences (with S.P. Hargreaves Heap, C. Koop, K. Matakos, N. Weber) PAP, link, Monkey Cage