Dissertations (City and Regional Planning)

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Theses and Dissertations from 2008

Civic design organizations, Melissa Julie Saunders

Theses and Dissertations from 2007

Effective neighborhood revitalization strategies: The array and impacts of subsidized place -based investments in Philadelphia, Karen Beck Pooley

Theses and Dissertations from 2005

Multi -agent simulation of residential property value dynamics, Yang Liang Chua

p-adic monodromy of the ordinary locus of Picard moduli scheme, Dong Uk Lee

Increased usability of urban and land use models. The role of knowledge based systems in facilitating land use forecasting to planning agencies, Georgia Pozoukidou

Systems approach to metro network design, Jienki Synn

Public participation using consensus building for land use planning in the United States and Japan, Makiko Takahashi Tanaka

The vendor and the street: The use and management of public spaces in Bangkok, Paisarn Tepwongsirirat

Theses and Dissertations from 2004

Port authorities and urban redevelopment: Politics, organizations, and institutions on a changing waterfront, Peter Hendee Brown

On the waterfront: Vernacular recreation at Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal, Daniel Campo

Patterns of interaction across borders: Space, language and architecture. A network model applied to border regions in Belgium and Spain, Annemarie Constantinescu-Strihan

Protecting habitats: New York -New Jersey Harbor Estuary Program. Collaborative planning and scientific information, Lynn Ann Mandarano

Spatial variation of residential and employment land consumption rates in a metropolitan region: Atlanta, Chicago, Sacramento, San Antonio, Yunwoo Nam

Catalytic Communities: The birth of a dot org, Theresa Denise Williamson

Theses and Dissertations from 2003

Taxonomy of religious and secular nonprofit organizations: Knowledge development and policy recommendations for neighborhood revitalization, Nisha Danielle-Stephanie Botchwey

A critical assessment of Ian McHarg's human ecological planning curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania, William John Cohen

An analysis of trading ratio for water pollution control trading systems using a geographic information system and the finite segment method, Donald Edward Curley

Decomposing integer programming models for spatial allocation, Takeshi Shirabe

Thinking about vacancy: Conceptual schemes for representing vacant properties in city planning, Barbara Stabin Nesmith

Disaggregation analyses of spatial interaction residential location models, Yongmin Yan

Theses and Dissertations from 2002

A geography of the Internet, GwangYa Han

The power of flows and the flows of power: The Taipei Station District across political regimes, Lai-Yung Kang

Residential choice and locational quality: A discrete -choice modeling approach, Dimitris Poulakidas

Theses and Dissertations from 2001

Application of pooled data techniques in the calibration of spatial interaction models, Kiman Choi

Business improvement districts: Untold stories and substantiated impacts, Lorlene M Hoyt

Restaurants and urban revitalization: The case of center city Philadelphia, Takekuni Kurosawa

Cost and time effects of alternative reverse commute options on low -income urban residents: A Philadelphia region, Shirley Morrison Loveless

An object oriented approach towards spatial aggregation: The design, utilization, and evaluation of the Spatial Aggregation Modeling Engine (S.A.M.E.), Paul Edward Patterson

Theses and Dissertations from 2000

The visual analysis of spatial regression, Thomas William Pederson

Theses and Dissertations from 1999

Environmental justice and Superfund NPL designation in the application of the Hazard Ranking System: Case study in EPA region III using GIS, Yong Un Ban

Assessing urban design: Historical ambience on the waterfront, Richard Wayne Berman

Housing market dynamics in the metropolitan area: A case study of the informal housing markets in the metropolitan Jabotabek, Indonesia, Iskandar Saleh

Two -worker households, commuting patterns, race, and residential and job location choices, Jen-Yu Wu

Theses and Dissertations from 1998

A study of the feasible relationship between travel behavior and land use patterns: A case study of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Hussain Mousa Dashti

Urban design and planning criteria for large-scale mixed -use developments (MXDs): Modeling Saudi Arabian major *cities, Majid Abdulsamad Enani

Planning a changing landscape: Ecology, history, and planning at Long Pond, Pennsylvania, Daniel Jordan Marcucci

Object -oriented cartographic modeling techniques in physical planning, Wen-Chieh Wang

Theses and Dissertations from 1997

The dynamics of regional product inequality by expanded rank-size functions, Byungseol Byun

The development of planning support systems by integrating urban models and geographic information systems: A framework and implementation, Shih-Liang Chan

The public role of private developers: Analysis of strategy and communication in suburban real estate development processes, Dorothy Ives Dewey

Mapping cosmopolis: Planning and the sign in M\'exico -Tenochtitlan, Felipe Javier Gorostiza Arroyo

Identifying women's transportation disadvantage and measuring bus accessibility to medical facilities, Joseph Franklyn Hacker

Stories of the land: Rhetoric and reconciliation in the Mojave National Preserve, Elisabeth M Infield

Gender, justice and *development: Women and development in Ghana, Carolyn Latimore

Spatial analysis techniques for the comparison of spatial data sets from urban models, Wen-Yen Lin

Reconstructing or constructing cities? Stability and change in urban form in post-World War II France and Germany, Joseph Louis Nasr

A critical analysis of urban and housing *policy framing in a bureaucratic authoritarian state: The case of Brazil, Nilton Ricoy Torres

Theses and Dissertations from 1996

Learning to plan: Jeddah (1959--1987), Abdulaziz Mahdi Ahmed Abu-Sulaiman

A study on the distributional and efficiency consequences of the housing finance subsidy programs: The case of Korea, Nae-Young Choei

Intersections of modernity and tradition: An urban planning history of Tokyo in the early Meiji period (1868--1888), David Peter Phillips

An equilibrium model of activity location and land allocation: A simulation of the land market for Portland, Oregon, David Lloyd Stiff

Theses and Dissertations from 1995

A framework of regional cooperation for the oil refining industry of small developing countries: A case study of Central America, Rafael Ernesto Cordova

Development management: Establishing a framework for managing urban development and redevelopment in Taiwan, a case study of Taipei municipality, Tsung-Yu Lai

Theses and Dissertations from 1994

The reciprocity between architectural typology and urban morphology, Jea-Hoon Hwang

Three essays exploring the impact of higher energy prices on housing markets, Steven Rubenstein Kursh

Citizen involvement and solid waste management planning, Annemie Laarakker

A method for evaluation of urban pedestrian spaces, Sheila S Mitra-Sarkar

Re-inventing gardens: A study in garden theory, Kyung-Jin Zoh

Theses and Dissertations from 1993

A study on the system calibration of the integrated transportation and land use models, Yangbin Im

Urban land market development in China: Implications on the urban planning practice, Youxuan Zhu

Theses and Dissertations from 1991

A model of the market for civil aviation: The liberalization of Europe, Tomer Goodovitch

The Earth as a mosque: Integration of the traditional Islamic environmental planning ethic with agricultural and water development policies in Saudi Arabia, Hesam Addin Abdul Salam Joma

The competition for dollars, scholars and influence in the public policy research industry, James G McGann

Triiodothyronine binding in the adult rat brain: A compartmental model approach, Monika Brigitte Schoenhoff

Theses and Dissertations from 1990

Programmability of continuous and discrete network equilibria, David Howard Bernstein

Theses and Dissertations from 1988

Land value taxation and new housing development in Pittsburgh, Steven Corey Bourassa

Theses and Dissertations from 1987

ANALYSIS OF REGIONAL GROWTH: A STUDY OF EFFICIENCY/EQUALITY RELATIONS, BYUNGHO PARK

A STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS AND PUBLIC MENTAL HOSPITALS IN PENNSYLVANIA, NANCY KRATZER WORLEY

OPTIMAL REGIONAL GROWTH AND PUBLIC INVESTMENT MODELS: THEORY AND APPLICATION TO THE EFFICIENCY-EQUITY ISSUE IN TAIWAN, JIH-HWA WU

Theses and Dissertations from 1986

THE ROLES OF SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS IN WORKER COOPERATIVE SYSTEMS: A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY, CARLA B DICKSTEIN

Theses and Dissertations from 1985

TOWN BUILDERS AND THEIR HOSTS: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEVELOPERS AND GOVERNMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL PROCESS, WILLIAM GUTHRIE HENGST

Theses and Dissertations from 1984

INTERNAL MIGRATION IN MOROCCO: EXAMINATION OF STRUCTURAL DETERMINANTS, KHALID BENABDELJALIL

AN EVALUATION OF DENTAL HYGIENE EDUCATION IN ISRAEL: HEALTH PLANNING AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS, JAMIE JOYCE GREENE

Theses and Dissertations from 1983

THE EXPANDED DEVELOPMENT OF COAL IN APPALACHIAN PENNSYLVANIA THROUGH THE UTILIZATION OF COAL PIPELINE TECHNOLOGY, AVA SONYA NELSON

Theses and Dissertations from 1981

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEPENDENT CAPITALIST DEVELOPMENT: STUDY ON THE LIMITS OF THE CAPACITY OF THE STATE TO RATIONALIZE IN THAILAND, GRIT PERMTANJIT

Theses and Dissertations from 1976

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE DYNAMICS AND STRUCTURE OF THE CONTEMPORARY METROPOLIS., ERHAN GENCER

PLANNING AND POLITICS IN THE SUBURBS: A CASE STUDY OF A FAIR SHARE HOUSING PLAN IN DELAWARE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA., ARNOLD ALBERT GOLDSTEIN

Theses and Dissertations from 1974

ASSIMILATION OF DISPLACED RURAL MIGRANTS IN ISTANBUL AND IN SAMSUN, AND THE ROLE OF MASS-MEDIA IN THIS PROCESS., TANER OC

Theses and Dissertations from 1973

THE DEFINITION AND ANALYSIS OF STABLE RACIAL INTEGRATION: THE CASE OF WEST MT. AIRY, PHILADELPHIA., LEONARD FRANKLIN HEUMANN

Theses and Dissertations from 1965

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NOTION OF PLANNING IN THE UNITED STATES, 1893-1965, JOHN EDWARD PAGE

Theses and Dissertations from 1957

RECREATION PLANNING FOR LEISURE BEHAVIOR: A GOAL-ORIENTED APPROACH, HERBERT JULIUS GANS