Research

Representative Publications

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Sanderson, Matthew R., Jason S. Bergtold, Jessica L. Heier Stamm, Marcellus M. Caldas, and Steven M. Ramsey. Forthcoming. “Bringing the ‘social’ in to sociohydrology: Conservation policy support in the Central Great Plains of Kansas, USA.”  Water Resources Research.

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. 2016.  “To the Richest, Go the Spoils? Immigration, Development, and the North-South Divide.” Sociology of Development 2(3): 274- 293.

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. 2014. “Free Trade, Food-Processing, and Migration: An Analysis of Mexican Immigration in the U.S. Great Plains Region.”  The Social Science Journal 51(3): 474-482.

Sanderson, Matthew R.  2014. “Networks of Capital, Networks for Migration: Political-Economic Integration and the Changing Geography of Mexico-U.S. Migration.” Global Networks 14(1): 23-43.

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.

Sanderson, Matthew R. 2013. “Does Immigration Promote Long-Term Economic Development? A Global and Regional Cross-National Analysis, 1965-2005.”  Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39(1): 1-30.

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. 2012. “Migrants in the World Food System.” International Journal of the Sociology of Agriculture and Food 19(1): 56-61.

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.  2010.  “Reconsidering the Study of International Migration: A Way Forward for Macrostructural Migration Research.  International Migration 48(3): 179-193.

Sanderson, Matthew R.  2010. “International Migration and Human Development: A Cross-National Analysis of Less-Developed Countries, 1970-2005.”  Social Indicators Research 96(1): 59-83.

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