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Peer-reviewed articles:

Beck, Brenden, Joseph Antonelli, and Gabriela Piñeros*. 2021. “Effects of New York City’s Neighborhood Policing Policy.” Forthcoming in Police Quarterly. [Link]

Zapatka, Kasey and Brenden Beck. 2021. “Does Demand Lead Supply? Gentrifiers and Developers in the Sequence of Gentrification.” Urban Studies 58(11): 2348-2368. [Link]

Beck, Brenden. 2020. “Policing Gentrification: Stops and Low-Level Arrests during Demographic Change and Real Estate Reinvestment.” City & Community 19(1): 245-272. [Link]

Beck, Brenden. 2019. “Broken Windows in the Cul-de-Sac: Race/Ethnicity and Quality-of-Life Policing in the Changing Suburbs.” Crime & Delinquency 65(2):270-292. [Link]

Beck, Brenden and Adam Goldstein. 2018. “Governing Through Police? Housing Market Reliance, Welfare Retrenchment, and Police Budgeting in an Era of Declining Crime.” Social Forces 96(3): 1183-1210. [Link]

Alba, Richard, Brenden Beck, and Duygu Basaran. 2017. “The American Mainstream Expands—Again.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44(1): 99-117. [Link]

Beck, Brenden, Anthony Buttaro Jr., and Mary Clare Lennon. 2016. “Home Moves and Child Well-being in the First Five Years of Life in the United States.” Journal of Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 7(3): 240-264. [Link]

Works in Progress (email for drafts)

Beck, Brenden. “How Many Michael Browns in How Many Fergusons? Police Killings and Budgetary Reliance on Fines and Fees.” Invited by RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences.

Beck, Brenden, Eaven Holder, Abigail Novak, and Jacob Kaplan. “The Material of Policing: Budgets, Personnel, and the United States’ Misdemeanor Arrest Decline, 1990-2018.” Revise and resubmit.

Antonelli, Joseph and Brenden Beck. “Estimating Heterogeneous Causal Effects in Time Series Settings with Staggered Adoption: An Application to Neighborhood Policing.” Revise and resubmit.

Beck, Brenden. “Austerity Cuts Spare Police Budgets: Revenue Shortfalls and the Budgetary Shift from Social Services to Law Enforcement.” Working paper.

Beck, Brenden and Joseph Antonelli. “Chokehold Bans, Police Unions, and Reducing Fatal Encounters with the Police.” Working paper.