MIT Technology and Policy Program

Theses

Thesis Titles, 1977 to Present

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  • Eric Amundsen; “A Distributed, Object-Based Analysis of the Environmental Automobile Policies;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (David Wallace)
  • Estelle Andrin; “The Price Behavior of Tradable Permits: The SO2 Allowance Price Spike of 1998;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Dr. Denny A. Ellerman)
  • Michelle Antonelli; “Building Information Systems to Integrate the Manufacturing Supply Chain;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Daniel E. Whitney, Kirkor Bozdogan)
  • Michael Augusteijn; “Extended Producer responsibility and Competitive Advantage;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (John R. Ehrenfeld)
  • Jed Bailey; “Additional or Conditional?: An Institutional and Economic Analysis of Climate-Change-Related Development Aid;” SM, 1999 (2/1/1999)
  • Mahesh Bhatia; “Indian Software Industry: Lessons from the Past and Strategies for Future Growth;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999)
  • Tyson Browning; “Modeling and analyzing cost, schedule, and performance in complex system product development;” PhD, 1999 (2/1/1999)
  • Jenifer Brunette; “The Policy Significance of Socially Responsible Investing;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999)
  • Andrew Campbell; “An Analyses of the Potential for Using High-Temperature Superconductors for Direct-Current Power Transmission Cable Applications;” SM, 1999 (2/1/1999) (Robert M. Rose, Bruce P. Strauss)
  • Minsoo Cho; “High-Tech Entrepreneurship Policy in Korea;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Simon Johnson)
  • Siddharth Das; “DOME: An IT-based System Modeling Paradigm for Making Integrated Tradeoffs in Product Development;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (David Wallace)
  • Annelene Decaux; “Determinants of Regional Carbon Dioxide Abatement Costs and Inter-Reional Emissions trading Potential;” SM, 1999 (2/1/1999) (A. Denny Ellerman)
  • Terence Fan; “Dynamics of Airline Schedule Planning and Route Aggregate Traffic-An Examination of London - Tokyo Route and Insights for Policy Planning;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Richard Tabors)
  • Gonzalo Figuera Diez Picazo; “An Analysis of International Internet Diffusion;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Sharon E. Gillett, William H. Lehr, Lee W. McKnight)
  • Ralph Gabriel; “Integrating Technology, Policy, and Civil-Military Operations: The Case for a Policy of Nation Assistance;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Richard Tabors)
  • Jessica Gama-Alvarez; “Promoting Technology Entrepreneurship in Mexico;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Simon Johnson)
  • Frederic Hannoyer; “Venture Capital and Innovation in Information Technology: Evaluation of the French Public Policy;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999)
  • Teng-Cheng Hsu; “Causes and Impacts of Class One Engineering Changes: An Exploratory Study Based on Three Defense Aircraft Acquisition Programs;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Kirkor Bozdogan, John Jacob Deyst)
  • Mehran Islam; “Assessing the Role of Self-Governance in Promoting Environmental Responsibility: A Case Study of the Encourageing Environmental Excellence Program at the American Textile Manufacturers Institute;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Richard D. Tabors)
  • Lanqing Jia; “Strategies to Improve Energy Efficiency and Reduce Emissions from Industrial Boilers in China;” SM, 1999 (9/1/1998) (Kenneth Oye)
  • Takafumi Kakudo; “The Potential for Independent Power: An Analysis of Japan's Deregulated Electricity Market;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Richard D. Tabors)
  • Mugo Kibati; “Wireless Local Loop in Developing Countries: Is it too Soon for Data? The Case of Kenya;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Sharon E. Gillett)
  • David Lackner; “Strategic Technology Investment Decisions in Research and Development;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Thomas J. Allen)
  • Karim Lakhani; “Sustaining the Virtual Commons: End User Support for Apache Web Server Software on the Usenet;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Eric A. von Hippel)
  • Jessica LeBlanc; “Policy Incentives and Choices for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions: A Comparison of the EU and US Approaches;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Fred Moavenzadeh)
  • Mark Lee; “Internet-Driven Strategic Opportunities Facing the Retail Brokerage Industry;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999)
  • Ronald Lee; “Should Sustainable Wastewater Treatment Technology be Used in Bangkok? An Economic, Environmental ,and Political Analysis;” SM, 1999 (2/1/1999) (David Marks)
  • Jean-Pierre Leotard; “Transmission pricing and incentives for investments under uncertainty in the deregulated power industry;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Marija Ilic)
  • Ian Je Hun Liu; “Bandwith Provisioning for an IP Network using User Profiles;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (David Clark)
  • Nestor Macias Anaya; “Engineering Design Leadtime Drivers Analysis (Part II);” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Richard de Neufville)
  • Carlos Martinez-Vela; “The Challenge of Integration in the Research University;” SM, 1999 (9/1/1998)
  • Patricia Mejia; “Pipeline vs. Wires: The Case of Central America's Energy Markets;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Richard Tabors)
  • Amy Munson; “HSPF Modeling of the Charles River Watershed;” SM, 1999 (9/1/1998) (E. Eric Adams)
  • Yuki Naruse; “Competitive Undersea Cable Policy;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Lee W. McKnight)
  • Taku Nishimura; “Dynamic Strategic Planning for Transportation Infrastructure Investment in Japan;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Richard de Neufville)
  • Yasuyuki Nishimura; “Application of Dynamic Strategic Planning to Urban Transit Projects: Case Studies of Boston and Osaka;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999)
  • KoJo Ofori-Atta; “Economic Analysis of Dual Voltage Automobile Electrical System-estimating the Generation Cost per Kilowatt of The Dual Voltage Electrical System;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (John B. Miller)
  • Enrique Ortiz; “The Mexican Pharmaceutical Industry: Public Policy and Market Structure;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Stan N. Finkelstein)
  • Skander Oueslati; “Evaluation of Nested and Parallel Real Options: Case Study of Ford's Investment in Fuel Cell Technology;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Richard de Neufville)
  • Luis Paz-Galindo; “Storage and Capacity Rights Markets in the Natural Gas Industry;” PhD, 1999 (Richard Tabors, Donald Lessard, Denny Ellerman)
  • Christine Picazo; “Comparison of Energy Efficiency, Emissions, and Costs of Inernal Combustion and Fuel Cell Vehicles Operating on Various Fuels;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (John M. Deutch)
  • Jose Prada; “Valuation of Operating Reserve in Power Systems;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Marija Ilic)
  • Michael Rees; “Human Capital Movement: Effects on Research Productivity in the Pharmaceutical Industry;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Rebecca Henderson, Anna Thornton, Richard Tabors)
  • Christopher Russo; “A Multi-Attribute Analysis of Electrical System Expansion Options for China;” SM, 1999 (2/1/1999) (Stephen R. Connors)
  • Aaron Salzberg; “Statutory Structure and the Regulatin of Carcinogens: Goals versus Rules;” SM, 1999 (9/1/1998) (John R. Ehrenfeld)
  • Husham Sharifi; “Remote Information Organization and Descentralized Education;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (John Williams, Lee McKnight)
  • Magali Smets Hamoniau; “Dynamic Strategic Planning for System Design: An Application to Oil Field Development;” SM, 1999 (2/1/1999)
  • Isao Sugino; “Addressing System for Internet Telephony;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Sharon E. Gillett)
  • Jason Switzer; “ISO 14001: Goal-Setting, Environmental Managemenet and Regulatory Reform;” SM, 1999 (2/1/1999) (John Ehrenfeld, David Marks)
  • Henry Taylor; “Modeling Paper Material Flows and Recycling in the US Macroeconomy;” PhD, 1999 (6/1/1999) (John Sterman)
  • Darian Unger; “Energy Policy and Environmental Technology: The Development of natural Gas Turbine Technology in Power Generation;” SM, 1999 (2/1/1999) (Howard Herzog, Richard Tabors, David Marks)
  • Esther Wolf-Graf; “Using HSPF to Evaluate Stormwater Best Management Practices in the Charles River Watershed;” SM, 1999 (9/1/1998) (E. Eric Adams)
  • Chi-Jen Yang; “Taiwan's Industrial structural Change and Its Implications on Energy Intensity;” SM, 1999 (6/1/1999) (Karen R. Polenske)

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