Monday, March 17
Tom Vogl: Differential Fertility, Human Capital, & Development
Asymmetrical Response to Positive and Negative Change in Neighborhood Composition (PSC Initiatives Fund)
Scaling and Segregation Dynamics (Weinberg Endowment Fund)
Unpacking Trends in Neighborhood Poverty, Affluence, and Economic Diversity, 1970-2010 (PSC Initiatives Fund)
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica.
Assistant Professor, Sociology.
Assistant Professor, Complex systems.
Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
Dr. Bruch's current research explores how population levels of income inequality and individuals' residential mobility decisions generate patterns of neighborhood poverty.
Bruch, Elizabeth Eve. Forthcoming. "How Population Structure Shapes Neighborhood Segregation." American Journal of Sociology. NIHMSID: NIHMS551410.
Bruch, Elizabeth Eve, and Robert Mare. 2012. "Methodological issues in the analysis of residential preferences, residential mobility, and neighborhood change." Sociological Methodology, 42(1): 103-154. PMCID: PMC3591474. DOI.
Bruch, Elizabeth Eve, and Robert D. Mare. 2009. "Preferences and Pathways to Segregation: Reply to Van de Rijt, Siegel, and Macy." American Journal of Sociology, 114(4): 1181-1198. DOI. Abstract. Public Access.
Bruch, Elizabeth Eve, and Robert Denis Mare. 2011. "Methodological Issues in the Analysis of Residential Preferences and Residential Mobility." PSC Research Report No. 11-725. January 2011. Abstract. PDF.