Matt Ruther has been awarded a National Institute of Justice Graduate Research Fellowship for his project, "Immigrant Concentration and Homicide Mortality: A Spatial and Temporal Analysis of the Effects of Ethnic Enclaves."
Now available: Madden, Janice Fanning and Matthew Ruther. 2010. "Has the NFL’s Rooney Rule Efforts “Leveled the Field” for African American Head Coach Candidates?" PSC Working Paper Series, PSC 10-05.
Matt Ruther won a PAA Poster Prize for his poster: The Fertility Response to September 11th: Evidence from the Five Boroughs.
Ph.D. in Demography
BS, Quantitative Analysis & Economics, New York University, 1995
Spatial Analysis of Metropolitan Area Homicide Rates and their Relationship to Immigrant Growth and Concentration, 1970-2000
Poster: The Fertility Response to September 11th: Evidence from the Five Boroughs (Poster Prize Winner)