2014. “Stop, Question, and Assess: Comments on Rosenfeld and Fornango” Justice Quarterly.
Eric P. Baumer
2014. “Evaluating Contemporary Crime Drops in America, New York City, and Many Other Places” Justice Quarterly.
2013. “Reassessing and Redirecting Research on Race and Sentencing” Justice Quarterly.
2013. “Assessing the Role of Mortgage Fraud, Confluence, and Spillover in the Contemporary Foreclosure Crisis” Housing Policy Debate.
2013. “Are the Criminogenic Consequences of Economic Downturns Conditional? Assessing Potential Moderators of the Link Between Adverse Economic Conditions and Crime Rates” Macroeconomic Effects on Youth Violence.
2013. “Reevaluating Foreclosure Effects on Crime During the ‘Great Recession’” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice.
2013. “Jurisdictional Climate and the Disposition of Murder Cases” American Journal of Sociology.
2012. “Assessing the Implications of the Contemporary Foreclosure Crisis on U.S. Crime Rates: A County-Level Analysis” Social Science Research.
2012. “A Multi-City Analysis of Foreclosure and Crime Across Neighborhoods” Social Science Quarterly.
2012. “Multi-level Modeling and Criminological Inquiry” The SAGE Handbook of Criminological Research Methods.
2011. “Uncertainty about Reduced Severity, Concerns about Increased Certainty, and Alternative Paths to Lower Crime Rates and Imprisonment.” Criminology and Public Policy.
2011. “Describing and Explaining Crime Trends: An Assessment of Key Issues, Current Knowledge, and Future Directions of Scientific Inquiry” Oxford Handbook on Crime and Criminal Justice.
2010. “Institutional Anomie Theory” Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory.