Matthew R Sanderson
Matthew R Sanderson
Randall C. Hill Professor of Sociology, Kansas State University
E-mail confirmado em ksu.edu
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Foreign Direct Investment and International Migration: A Cross-National Analysis of Less-Developed Countries, 1985—2000
MR Sanderson, J Kentor
International Sociology 23 (4), 514-539, 2008
812008
Prediction in a socio-hydrological world
V Srinivasan, M Sanderson, M Garcia, M Konar, G Blöschl, M Sivapalan
Hydrological Sciences Journal 62 (3), 338-345, 2017
692017
Globalization, development and international migration: a cross-national analysis of less-developed countries, 1970–2000
MR Sanderson, JD Kentor
Social Forces 88 (1), 301-336, 2009
592009
Opinion: Endogenizing culture in sustainability science research and policy
MM Caldas, MR Sanderson, M Mather, MD Daniels, JS Bergtold, J Aistrup, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (27), 8157-8159, 2015
432015
International migration and human development in destination countries: a cross-national analysis of less-developed countries, 1970–2005
M Sanderson
Social Indicators Research 96 (1), 59-83, 2010
382010
Bringing the “social” into sociohydrology: Conservation policy support in the C entral G reat P lains of K ansas, USA
MR Sanderson, JS Bergtold, JL Heier Stamm, MM Caldas, SM Ramsey
Water Resources Research 53 (8), 6725-6743, 2017
302017
Testing a global city hypothesis: An assessment of polarization across US cities
M Timberlake, MR Sanderson, X Ma, B Derudder, J Winitzky, F Witlox
City & Community 11 (1), 74-93, 2012
302012
Globalization and the environment: implications for human migration
MR Sanderson
Human Ecology Review, 93-102, 2009
262009
Occupational channels for Mexican migration: new destination formation in a binational context
M Sanderson, M Painter II
Rural Sociology 76 (4), 461-480, 2011
24*2011
Culture, climate change and farm-level groundwater management: An Australian case study
MR Sanderson, AL Curtis
Journal of Hydrology 536, 284-292, 2016
232016
Are world cities also world immigrant cities? An international, cross-city analysis of global centrality and immigration
MR Sanderson, B Derudder, M Timberlake, F Witlox
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 56 (3-4), 173-197, 2015
222015
Structural impediments to sustainable groundwater management in the High Plains Aquifer of western Kansas
MR Sanderson, RS Frey
Agriculture and human values 32 (3), 401-417, 2015
212015
Does immigration promote long-term economic development? A global and regional cross-national analysis, 1965–2005
MR Sanderson
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39 (1), 1-30, 2013
202013
Sociohydrology: Scientific challenges in addressing the sustainable development goals
G Di Baldassarre, M Sivapalan, M Rusca, C Cudennec, M Garcia, ...
Water Resources Research 55 (8), 6327-6355, 2019
182019
Norms and values in sociohydrological models
M Roobavannan, THM Van Emmerik, Y Elshafei, J Kandasamy, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 2018
162018
Networks of capital, networks for migration: political–economic integration and the changing geography of Mexico–US migration
MR Sanderson
Global Networks 14 (1), 23-43, 2014
162014
From desert to breadbasket… to desert again? A metabolic rift in the High Plains Aquifer
MR Sanderson, RS Frey
Journal of Political Ecology 21 (1), 516-532, 2014
142014
Values and groundwater management in the Ogallala Aquifer region
S Lauer, MR Sanderson, DT Manning, JF Suter, RA Hrozencik, ...
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 73 (5), 593-600, 2018
132018
Free trade, food-processing, and migration: An analysis of Mexican immigration in the US Great Plains Region
MR Sanderson
The Social Science Journal 51 (3), 474-482, 2014
112014
Expanding the scope and foundation of sociohydrology as the science of coupled human‐water systems
M Konar, M Garcia, MR Sanderson, JY David, M Sivapalan
Water Resources Research 55 (2), 874-887, 2019
102019
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