Dr. Brooke Luetgert is an assistant professor and Marie Curie - Career Integration Grant recipient at Sabanci University. She received her BA in international relations from Wellesley College, an MSc in political economy from the LSE and a doctoral degree from the German University for Administrative Sciences. Later she worked as a Margarete von Wrangell postdoctoral fellow at the Mannheim Center for European Social Research. Her interest is in comparative legislative and compliance research and public opinion formation. A recent publication on the application of mixed methods in compliance research was awarded Best Article 2009 by European Union Politics.
(2015) 'Foreign Policy and the EU in Turkish Politics: Exploring Trends in Electoral Manifestos', in P. Balazs and A. Evin (eds.), Turkey and the European Union: Strategic Partners and Competitors, Budapest: Central European University Press, pp. 17-36. Co-authored with E. Hatipoglu and I. Aslan.
(2012) 'EU Legislative Activities and Domestic Politics', in O. Costa, S. Brouard and T. König (eds.), Delors’ Myth: The scope and impact of Europeanization of law production, New York: Springer, pp. 21-38. Co-authored with T. König and T. Dannwolf.
(2009) 'Mixing Methods: A Nested Analysis of EU Member State Transposition Patterns', European Union Politics 10(3): 307-334. Co-edited with T. Dannwolf.
(2008) 'Troubles with Transposition: Explaining Trends in Transposition Delay', British Journal of Political Science 39: 163-194. Co-edited with T. König.
(2006) 'Using CELEX and PreLex in EU Legislative Research', European Union Politics 7(4): 553–574. Co-edited with T. König and T. Dannwolf.