MIT Technology and Policy Program

Theses

Thesis Titles, 1977 to Present

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  • Christiaan Adams; “An Interactive, Online Geographic Information System (GIS) for Stakeholder Participation in Environmental Site Selection;” SM, 2004 (2/1/2004) (Judith Pederson)
  • Michael Adams; “Data Management in Energy and Environment Systems: A Case Study of Web Services in the EPA's Clean Air Markets Division;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (John R. Williams)
  • Colleen Akehurst; “The Benefits of Structured Training on Manufacturing Process Ramp-Up: A Process Based Cost Model Approach;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Richard Roth, Randolph E. Kirchain, Frank R. Field III)
  • Anup Bandivadekar; “Combinations of Policy Measures with a High Potential for Reducing the Fuel Consumption of the U.S. Light Duty Vehicle Fleet;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (John B. Heywood)
  • Juan Blake; “Air Time; Another Measure of the Quality of Passenger Service;” SM, 2004 (2/1/2004) (Arnold I. Barnett)
  • Darren Chang; “Quantifying Technology Infustion and Policy Impact on LEO Communication Satellite Constellations;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Olivier L. de Weck)
  • Swati Chaturvedi; “Strategies for Mitigating Adverse Environmental Impacts Due to Structural Building Materials;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (John A. Ochsendorf)
  • David Cheng; “Integration of Distributed and Heterogeneous Information for Public-Private Policy Analyses;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Howard J. Herzog, Stuart E. Madnick)
  • Kenny Hwee Ching; “Building a Biomedical Cluster: A Comparative Study of MIT and Singapore;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2004)
  • Shin Wee Chuang; “A Taxonomy and Analysis of Web Wrapping Technologies;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Stuart Madnick, John Williams)
  • Paul Cossa; “Uncertainty Analysis on the Cost of Climate Policies;” SM, 2004 (2/1/2004) (Henry Jacoby)
  • Thomas Curry; “Public Awareness of Carbon Capture and Storage: A Survey of Attitudes toward Climate Change Mitigation;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Howard Herzog)
  • Denis de Graeve; “Framework for the Study of Governance in the Supply Networks Wal-Mart: the 'Enlightened Despot' Model;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Gabriel R. Bitran)
  • Deena Disraelly; “Public-Private Partnerships: Security and Emergency Response Collaboration in a New Threat Environment;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (James B. Rice, Jr., Yossi Sheffi)
  • Florence Dubroeucq; “Effectiveness of the Clean Air Act on SO2 Emissions from U.S. Electric Utilities: A Detailed Analysis of the Influence of Attainment Status and Unit-level Characteristics on the Reduction of SO2 Emiss;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (A. Denny Ellerman)
  • Gregoire Ferre; “IT Management in the Aerospace Industry;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Eric Rebentisch)
  • Andres Flores Montalvo; “Commercial and Informal Atmospheric Emissions in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area: Scenario Analysis and Policy Proposals;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2003) (Stephen R. Connors)
  • Sophie Flores Montalvo; “Managing Risks of Supply-Chain Disruptions: Dual Sourcing as a Real Option;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2003)
  • Daniel Florian; “Simulation-based evaluation of Advanced Traveler Information Services (ATIS);” SM, 2004 (9/1/2004)
  • Flora Garcia; “Integrated Optimization Model for Airline Schedule Design: Profit Maximization and Issues of Access for Small Markets;” SM, 2004 (2/1/2004) (John-Paul Clarke)
  • Christopher Hardin; “Effect of automotive electrical system changes on fuel consumption using incremental efficiency methodology;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2004) (Rich Roth, Tom Keim, Gary DesGroseilliers, Frank Field)
  • Anneloes Hesen; “Performance indicators to evaluate the effectiveness of structural reform of the Chicago Public Transportation System;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Frederick P. Salvucci)
  • Sean Hitchings; “Political Economy Insights into the Defense Acquisition Process--Lessons from the Joint Strike Fighter Program;” SM, 2004 (2/1/2004) (Cindy Williams)
  • Nathan Hottle; “Valuation Methods for Capital Investment in Merchant Power Plants;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2003) (Paul L. Joskow)
  • Daizo Ikeda; “Benefit from Web Services in the Mobile Internet Industry;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Henry B. Weil)
  • Carole Joppin; “On-Orbit Servicing For Satellite Upgrade;” SM, 2004 (2/1/2004) (Daniel E. Hastings)
  • Vishwanath Kanda; “Social Networks and Firm Formation: A Study of Boston's Biotechnology Sector;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Fiona Murray)
  • Sandra Jo Kassin-Deardorff; “Institutionalizing Change in Aerospace Process and Product Settings;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2003) (Eric Rebentisch)
  • Jeffrey Kim; “Strategies for Developing an Intelligent Transportation Systems Industrial Base in South Korea;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2003) (Carl D. Martland)
  • Shaheen Malik; “Barriers to the Growth of Telemedicine Explained by the Disruptive Innovation Framework;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2003) (Joseph Coughlin)
  • Pierre-Alain Martin; “A Framework for Quantifying Complexity and Understanding its Sources: Application to two Large-Scale Systems;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2004)
  • Isabel Neto; “Wireless Networks for the Developing World: The Regulation and Use of License-Exempt Radio Bands in Africa;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Sharon E. Gillett, Michael L. Best)
  • Sze Hwei Ong; “Grid Computing: Business and Policy Implications;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2003) (Amar Gupta)
  • Carlos Osorio-Urzua; “Bits of Power: The Involvement of Municipal Electric Utilities in Broadband Services;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Sharon E. Gillett, William H. Lehr)
  • Juliet Outten; “Consistency Checks in Decision Analysis;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (George F. Apostolakis)
  • Sophie Pochard; “Managing Risks of Supply-Chain Disruptions: Dual Sourcing as a Real Option;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2003)
  • Amrith Raghavan; “Re-engineering Knowledge Networks for Sustainable Development;” SM, 2004 (2/1/2004) (Nazli Choucri)
  • Laurie Rodriguez; “Managing Software Requirements: Organizational and Political Challenges;” SM, 2004 (2/1/2004) (Charles Coleman)
  • Larry Siegel; “Measuring and Managing Intellectual Capital in the U.S. Aerospace Industry;” SM, 2004 (2/1/2004)
  • Adam Smith; “Regulatory Issues Controlling Carbon Capture and Storage;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Howard Herzog)
  • Benjamin Spead; “Feedback Loops in Educational Environments using Web-Based Survey Tools: New Technology Development and Three Implementation Case Studies;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Stuart Madnick)
  • Michael Speerschneider; “Technology and Policy Drivers for Standardization: Consequences for the Optical Components Industry;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2004)
  • Kara Sprague; “Civilian Applications and Policy Implications of Commercial Unmanned Aerial Vehicles;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (Eric Feron)
  • Kok Hou Tay; “Welfare Distortions of Climate Change Policies;” SM, 2004 (6/1/2004) (John M. Reilly)
  • Lisheng Wang; “The Web of Science - Power Structure Research of the American Stem Cell Industry;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2004)
  • Tao Wang; “Analysis of Real Options in Hydropower Construction Projects -- A Case Study in China;” SM, 2004 (8/1/2003) (Richard de Neufville, David Marks, G. Kaufman, D. McLaughlin, Oli de Weck)
  • Trent Yang; “Economic and Policy Implications of Urban Air Pollution in the United States: 1970 to 2000;” SM, 2004 (2/1/2004) (John Reilly)
  • Zulina Zakaria; “Framework for Designing Regional Planning Architecture for APTS-Enabled Regional Multimodal Public Transportation System;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2004)
  • Peng Zhang; “Tools of Risk Management in Product Verification;” SM, 2004 (9/1/2003) (Earl M. Murman, John J. Deyst)

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