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Sanderson, Matthew R., Jason S. Bergtold, Jessica L. Heier Stamm, Marcellus M. Caldas, and Steven M. Ramsey. 2017. “Bringing the ‘social’ in to sociohydrology: Conservation policy support in the Central Great Plains of Kansas, USA.” Water Resources Research 53(8): 6725-6743.
Srinivasan, Veena, Matthew R. Sanderson, Margaret Garcia, Megan Konar, Guenter Bloeschl, and Murugesu Sivapalan. 2017. “Prediction in a Socio-Hydrological World.” Hydrological Sciences Journal 62(3): 338-345.
Painter II, Matthew A., and Matthew R. Sanderson. 2017. “Different Country, Same Work: The Income Advantage of Industrial Channeling among Mexican Immigrants.” Work and Occupations 44(2): 210-232.
Sanderson, Matthew R., and Allan L. Curtis. 2016. “Culture, Climate Change, and Farm-Level Groundwater Management: An Australian Case Study.” Journal of Hydrology 536: 284-292.2016.
Sanderson, Matthew R., and R. Scott Frey. 2015. “Structural Impediments to Groundwater Sustainability in the High Plains Aquifer of Western Kansas.” Agriculture and Human Values 32(3): 401-417.
Caldas, Marcellus, Matthew R. Sanderson, Martha Mather, Melinda Daniels, David Haukos, Jason Bergtold, Joseph Aistrup, Jessica Heier-Stamm, Kyle Mankin, Aleksey Sheshukov, and David Lopez-Carr. 2015. “Endogenizing Culture in Sustainability Science Research and Policy.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 112 (27): 8157-8159.
Sanderson, Matthew R., Ben Derudder, Michael Timberlake, and Frank Witlox. 2015. “Are World Cities also World Immigrant Cities? An International, Cross-City Analysis of Global Centrality and Immigration.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 56 (3-4): 173-197.
Sanderson, Matthew R., and R. Scott Frey. 2014. “From Desert to Breadbasket to Desert Again? A Metabolic Rift in the High Plains Aquifer.” Journal of Political Ecology 21: 516-532.
Sanderson, Matthew R. 2013. “Does Immigration Have a Matthew Effect? A Cross-National Analysis of International Migration and International Income Inequality, 1960-2005.” Social Science Research 42(3): 683-697.
Timberlake, Michael F., Matthew R. Sanderson, Xiulian Ma, Ben Derudder, Jessica Winitzky, and Frank Witlox. 2012. “Testing a Global City Hypothesis: An Assessment of Polarization Across U.S. Cities.” City and Community 11(1): 74-93.
Sanderson, Matthew R., and Matthew A. Painter II. 2011. “Occupations as Channels for Migration: Food-Processing and New Destinations in a Bi-National Context.” Rural Sociology 76(4): 461-480
Sanderson, Matthew R. and Jeffrey D. Kentor. 2009. “Globalization, Development, and International Migration: A Cross-National Analysis of Less-Developed Countries, 1970-2000.” Social Forces 88(1): 301-336.
Sanderson, Matthew R. and Rebecca L. Utz. 2009. “The Globalization of Economic Production and International Migration: An Empirical Analysis of Undocumented Mexican Migration to the United States.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 50(2):137-154.
Sanderson, Matthew R. 2009. “Globalization and the Environment: Implications for Human Migration.” Human Ecology Review 16(1): 92-101.
Sanderson, Matthew R. and Jeffrey D. Kentor. 2008. “Globalization and International Migration: A Cross-National Analysis of Less-Developed Countries, 1985-2000.” International Sociology 23(4): 514-539