Ms Mutlu-Eren is an LSE Fellow in Political Science and Public Policy in the Department of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
She received her Ph.D. in Politics from New York University. She also holds a Master's degree from King's College London.
Her main research is in comparative political institutions and political behavior in advanced industrialized democracies. Her work builds on analytical and empirical accounts of party competition and coalition politics. In her current research she studies intra-party dynamics and provides an account of stable party by examining, in particular, the challenges posed on party leaders by their party members as well as the party leaders' use of pork-barrel politics as a strategy to keep their party united.
GV478 - Political Science and Public Policy
GV4E4 - Public Budgeting and Financial Management
Publications and Work in Progress
Mutlu-Eren, Hande (2012) “Keeping the Party Together” (Revise & Resubmit)
Mutlu-Eren, Hande (2012) “(De)Selection of Prime Ministers by Party Members” (Under review)
Buchvald Fouirnaies, Alexander, and Mutlu-Eren, Hande (2012) “Does Partisan Alignment Matter for Grant Allocations? A Regression Discontinuity Study of England 1998 – 2007” (Under review)
Mutlu-Eren, Hande (2012) “Cabinet Reshuffles and Duration in Parliamentary Democracies” (Under review)
Mutlu-Eren, Hande (2012) “Cabinet Dynamics and Ministerial Careers in Turkey”. In: Dowding, Keith and Dumont, Patrick, (eds) The Selection of Ministers around the World. Routledge, London.
Laver, Michael, de Marchi, Scott, and Mutlu, Hande (2011) “Negotiation in Legislatures over Government Formation”. Public Choice, 147 (3-4). pp. 285-304.
Mutlu-Eren, Hande (2006) “The Impact of European Integration on Domestic Political Competition” (Unpublished)
Brams, Steven J, Mutlu, Hande, and Ramirez, Shawn Ling (2006) “Influence in Terrorist Networks: From Undirected to Directed Graphs”. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 29 (7). pp. 679-694