Erdilmen, Merve


Merve Erdilmen is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Political Science with Gender Studies Specialization at McGill University. Her research has been supported by Mitacs Globalink, Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship (CSDC), Local Engagement Refugee Research Network, and Women in International Security (WIIS). She was also a research associate at at GLOBALCIT at the European University Institute. Her areas of research are gender and migration policies, international practices of...


  • McGill University

    University, Montreal, Canada
    PhD candidate

  • Centre for Refugee Studies, York University

    University, Toronto, Canada
    Graduate research fellow


A theory of global governance: authority, legitimacy, and contestation

Authors Merve Erdilmen
Year 2019
Journal Name International Affairs
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1 Journal Article

‘When do states give voting rights to non-citizens? The role of population, policy, and politics on the timing of enfranchisement reforms in liberal democracies’

Authors Elif Naz Kayran, Merve Erdilmen
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
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2 Journal Article

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