Publications

Peer Reviewed Articles

 

Shalaby, Marwa and Laila Elimam. "Women in Legislative Committees in Arab Parliaments." Accepted for publication in Comparative Politics. 

 

Shalaby, Marwa and Mazen Hassan. 2019. “Drivers of Tolerance: Experimental Evidence from Post-revolutionary Egypt.” Political Research Quarterly, 72 (2): 293-309.

 

Shalaby, Marwa and Abdullah Aydogan. 2018. “Elite-Citizen Linkages and Issue Congruence under Competitive Authoritarianism.” Parliamentary Affairs. See related post on Washington Post.

 

Shalaby, Marwa. 2018. “Women’s Political Representation in the Middle East and North Africa.” Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science.

 

Shalaby, Marwa. “Female Politicians and Perceived Corruption in Developing Democracies: Evidence from Lebanon.” Revise & resubmit, Journal of Women, Politics and Policy.

Edited Volume and Book Chapters

 

Shalaby, Marwa and Valentine Moghadam. 2016. “Empowering Women After the Arab Spring.” Palgrave Macmillan.

  • “Deconstructing Women’s Empowerment in the Middle East and North Africa,” in Empowering Women After the Arab Spring.

  • “Challenges Facing Women’s Political Participation Post Arab Spring: The Cases of Egypt and Tunisia,” in Empowering Women After the Arab Spring.

 

Shalaby, Marwa and Ariana Marnicio. Forthcoming. “Women’s Political Participation in Bahrain.” In Women Rising: Resistance, Revolution, and Reform in the Arab Spring and Beyond, edited by Rita Stephan and Mounira Charrad. New York University Press

 

Shalaby, Marwa. Forthcoming. “Toward Understanding the Link between Good Governance and Support for Female Politicians in the Arab World.” In The Politics of Corruption in the Middle East and North Africa, edited by Ina Kubbe and Aiysha Varriach. Routledge: Development Studies Series. 

Shalaby, Marwa and Laila Elimam. Forthcoming. "Examining Female Membership and Leadership of Legislative Committees in Jordan." In The Politics of Empowerment in the MENA Region, edited by Drude Dahlerup and Hanane Darhour. Palgrave Macmillan

Reviews

 

Shalaby, Marwa. 2018. “Book Review: Women and the Egyptian Revolution: Engagement and Activism during the 2011 Arab Uprisings.” The Middle East Journal 72(3).

Policy Reports and Briefs

 

Shalaby, Marwa, Saadat Konak and Melissa Marschall. 2017. “Municipal Service Delivery, Identity Politics, and Islamist Parties in Turkey.” Policy brief, the Project on Middle East in Political Science, and the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

 

Shalaby, Marwa. 2017.“Women Driving Positive Change in the Middle East.” Middle East Program, Wilson Center.

 

Shalaby, Marwa, Abdullah Aydogan and Melissa Marschall. 2016. “Women’s Representation across National and Local Office in Turkey.” Policy brief, POMEPS: Project on Middle East in Political Science, George Washington University.

 

Shalaby, Marwa. 2016. “Women’s Political Representation and Authoritarianism in the Arab World.” Policy brief, POMEPS: Project on Middle East in Political Science, George Washington University.

 

Shalaby, Marwa. 2016. “A Study on the Intersection of Gender and Public Policy in the Arab World: The Case of ABAAD.” Policy report, Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy, American University of Beirut.

Shalaby, Marwa. 2015. “Women’s Political Representation in Kuwait: An Untold Story.” Policy report, Baker Institute for Public Policy.

 

Shalaby, Marwa. 2014. “Women’s Political Representation in the Arab World: The Case of Jordan.” Policy report, Baker Institute for Public Policy.

 

Shalaby, Marwa. 2014. “Women as the Conduits of Change Across the Arab World: The Cases of Egypt and Tunisia.” in “Trajectories of Change: Challenge and Transformation in the Wake of the Arab Spring.” Policy report, Baker Institute for Public Policy.

 

Shalaby, Marwa. 2014. “The Paradox of Female Economic Participation in the Middle East and North Africa.” Issue brief, Baker Institute for Public Policy.

 

Shalaby, Marwa. 2013. “When Sexual Harassment Becomes a Barrier to Development.” Issue brief, Baker Institute for Public Policy.

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