Criminal Justice

Dr. Pridemore’s Research on Foreclosure and Crime Featured on London School of Economics Blog

The London School of Economics and Political Science featured the results of a recent study by Dr. Pridemore on its American Politics and Policy Blog. The article, “A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Home Vacancy on Robbery and Burglary Rates During the U.S. Housing Crisis, 2005-2009,” was coauthored with one of Dr. Pridemore’s… more »

Dr. Pridemore Discusses His Research on Incarceration and Premature Mortality on “Academic Minute”

On September 29 Dr. Pridemore was the featured guest on the Academic Minute, a daily podcast hosted by WAMC Northeast Public Radio and heard in dozens of radio markets across the country. In his study, titled “The mortality penalty of incarceration: Evidence from a population-based case-control study” and recently published in Journal of Health… more »

Dr. Pridemore Wins Mueller Award for Outstanding Contributions to International Criminology

Dr. Pridemore was recently named the recipient of the 2015 Gerhard O.W. Mueller Award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences’ International Section. This award is bestowed annually to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of comparative and international criminal justice spanning the areas of scholarship, leadership, and service.… more »