My Curriculum Vitae
2011 - PhD in Political Science, University of Oxford, UK.
2006 - MA in Political Science, University of Warwick, UK.
2005 - MSc in Political Science, Faculty of Economics & Political Science, Cairo University, Egypt.
2002 - BSc in Political Science, Faculty of Economics & Political Science, Cairo University. Grade: Excellent with Honors.
1998 - Business Diploma, Gőthe Institute, Cairo, Egypt.
1998- Diploma in German Language, Deutsches Sprachdiplom.
OTHER COURSES ATTENDED:
2014 - Winter Experimental Social Sciences Institute (WESSI), New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE.
2013 - Behavioural Economics, Hamburg University. Germany.
2006 - Essex Summer School for Data Collection and Analysis, University of Essex, UK. Completed a course in ‘Advanced Questionnaire Design”.
Experimental Political Science
Elections and Electoral Systems
Political Parties and Party Systems
Democratic Transition in Egypt and Arab spring
1. Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals:
Hassan, Mazen, Elisabeth Kendall and Stephen Whitefield (2016) Media, Cultural Consumption and Support for Democracy in Post-Revolutionary Egypt, Political Studies, forthcoming.
Abdellatif, Lobna, Mazen Hassan, Noha Youssef and Mohamed Zaky (2016) Fiscal Transparency Puzzle and Electoral Institutions: Applying a 3Ds Approach for Tracking the Action Cycle in Egypt, The Journal of Legislative Studies, forthcoming.
assan, Mazen (2016) The Weakest Link: Structural Impediments to a Strong Parliament in Egypt, Review of Economics and Political Science. Vol. 1, Issue 1.
Hassan, Mazen (2013) Institutional factors affecting party systems in new democracies: endogenous or exogenous predictors? Democratization, 20: 4, pp. 668-92.
Hassan, Mazen (2013) Elections of the Peoples Assembly, Egypt 2011/12, Electoral Studies, 32: 2, pp. 370-74.
2. Working Papers:
Hassan, Mazen, and Rebecca Morton (2016) ‘Negative Campaigns and Interpersonal Trust: Experimental Evidence from Egypt’. Paper presented at the ‘Centre for the Study of African Economies 2016 conference’, Oxford University, March 2016.
Hassan, Mazen, Sarah Mansour and Rebecca Morton (2016) ‘Political Polarisation and Support for Reform: Experimental Evidence from Egypt’. Paper presented at AALIMS on Political Economy of Islam and Muslim Societies, Stanford University, April, 2016.
Hassan, Mazen and Marwa Shalaby (2016) ‘Determinants of Tolerance in Egypt’, American Political Science Association Meeting, Philadelphia, September, 2016.
Hassan, Mazen, Elisabeth Kendall and Stephen Whitefield (2016) ‘Democratic Support in Egypt’, AUB-Princeton-POMEPS conference, “After the Uprisings: The Arab World in Freefall, Fragmentation or Reconfiguration?", Princeton University, March, 2016.
Hassan, Mazen (2011) The Effects of Egypt Election Law, Foreign Policy.
1. Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals:
Hassan, Mazen (2014) ‘New Directions in the Study of Political Parties’, Al-Nahda, Vol. 15, Issue 1, pp. 1-32.
Hassan, Mazen (2013) ‘The political consequences of the Egyptian electoral system applied in the 2011/12 legislative elections’, Al-Nahda, Vol. 14, Issue 3, pp. 1-32.
2. Books and Book Chapters:
Helal, Ali-Eldin, Mai Mogeeb and Mazen Hassan (2015) The Return of the State: The Egyptian Political System after June 30th, Cairo: Al-Dar Al-masriya Al-libnaniya. Written 3 chapters.
Helal, Ali-Eldin, Mazen Hassan and Mai Mogeeb (2013) Egypt after the Revolution: the struggle for a new political system, Cairo: Al-Dar Al-masriya Al-libnaniya. Written 3 chapters and edited the final version.
Hassan, Mazen (2012) ‘Independent Candidates in the People’s Assembly Elections 2011/12’, in, Amr Hashim Rabie (ed.) Elections of the People’s Assembly 2011/2012, Cairo: Al-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies, pp. 179-206.
Hassan, Mazen (2011) (ed.) Electoral Systems, A Comparative Study of their Types and Consequences in the Egyptian Context, Cairo; Mahrousa Publishers.
3. Articles in Non Peer-reviewed Publications:
Hassan, Mazen (2014) ‘Representative Democracy: Global Dilemmas and Arab Challenges’, Majalet Al-Demokrateyia, Vol. 55, pp. 82-85.
Hassan, Mazen and Yousry El-Ezbawy (2013) ‘The map of political parties in Egypt after the revolution: from restrained pluralism to party fragmentation’, Strategic Notes (kurasat estrategiya), 234.
Hassan, Mazen (2013) ‘Painful Trade-offs: Managing economic challenges during democratic transitions’, International Politics, Vol. 191, Annex on Theoretical directions in analysing international politics, January 2013.
Hassan, Mazen (2012) ‘Islamist parties in the 2011/12 Egyptian legislative elections’, Arab Centre for Research and Policy Studies.
Hassan, Mazen (2012) ‘Patterns of pacts and competition in choosing presidents in post-revolutionary contexts’, International Politics, Al-Ahram, Cairo - Egypt.
Hassan, Mazen (2012) ‘International Players in the Egyptian presidential elections 2012’, International Politics, Al-Ahram, Cairo - Egypt.
Hassan, Mazen (2011) ‘The map of the Egyptian party system in the 2011 elections’, Arab Centre for Research and Policy Studies.
Hassan, Mazen (2011) ‘Electoral Systems: international experience and the Egyptian model’, Paper presented to a workshop organised by Ibn Khaldoun Centre.