MIT Technology and Policy Program

Theses

Thesis Titles, 1977 to Present

ALL 1977 1978 1979
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984
1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994
1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
  • Thomas Davidson; “Demolition Wastes: Quantities Generated, Size Distribution of Materials, and General Considerations for Resource Recovery;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • William Dunbar; “Energy Conservation Information Programs: What the U.S. Can Learn from Canada and France;” SM, 1979 (2/1/1979)
  • Joseph Egan; “Technological Determinism and the Social Production of Engineers;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • Patricia Foley; “A Supply Curve for Domestic Primary Copper Industry;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • Loren Hall; “Federal Efforts to Commercialize Aspects of the Inherently Safe Mining Systems Development Program;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • David Hanrahan; “Planning for Planning in Hazardous Waste Management;” SM, 1979 (2/1/1979)
  • J. Richard Hornby; “As Assessment of Government Policies to Promote Investments in Energy Conserving Technologies;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • Tapio Kuusinen; “Use of Decision Analysis in Formulating Hazardous Waste Materials Policy for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • Craig Miller; “The Use of Ecomonic Incentives to Encourage Noise Abatement: The Airport Operator's Perspective;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • Elizabeth Mulcahy-Chehayl; “Batching: An Alternative Methodology for Certificate of Need Review;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • Miren Salsamendi; “Electron Microscope Analysis of Minerals and Additives in Coal;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • Mark Sillman; “Low Cost, 100% Solar Space Heat: Analysis of Systems Designs and Its Significance for Long-Range Energy Alternatives;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • Tatsujiro Suzuki; “The Role of Technological Choices in International Fuel Assurance Strategies;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)
  • Richard Thomas; “Considerations in Solar Power Satellite Receiving Antenna Siting;” SM, 1979 (5/1/1979)

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