City and Regional Planning Dissertations

The following dissertations were defended by doctoral candidates in City and Regional Planning.

2017

Alleviating Affordable Housing Stigma by Design
Cody Price (Nasar, advisor) LINK

Structural Analysis on Activity-travel Patterns, Travel Demand, Socio-demographics, and Urban Form: Evidence from Cleveland Metropolitan Area
Yu-Jen Chen (Akar, advisor) LINK

Understanding of Relationship Between HOPE VI and Gentrification
So Young Lee (Kleit, advisor) LINK

Neighborhood Change and Reinvestment in Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Whitney Airgood-Obrycki, (Hanlon, advisor) LINK

2017

Alleviating Affordable Housing Stigma by Design Cody Price Nasar Urban Design and Physical Planning
Structural Analysis on Activity-travel Patterns, Travel Demand, Socio-demographics, and Urban Form: Evidence from Cleveland Metropolitan Area Yu-Jen Chen Akar Environmental Planning and Sustainability
Understanding of Relationship Between HOPE VI and Gentrification So Young Lee Kleit Community Development and Housing
Neighborhood Change and Reinvestment in Cuyahoga County, Ohio Whitney Airgood-Obrycki Hanlon Environmental Planning and Sustainability
Year Candidate Advisor Title of Dissertation
2017 Cody Price Nasar Alleviating Affordable Housing Stigma by Design
2017 Yu-Jen Chen Akar Structural Analysis on Activity-travel Patterns, Travel Demand, Socio-demographics, and Urban Form: Evidence from Cleveland Metropolitan Area
2017 So Young Lee Kleit Understanding of Relationship Between HOPE VI and Gentrification
2017 Whitney Airgood-Obrycki Hanlon Neighborhood Change and Reinvestment in Cuyahoga County, Ohio
2016 Emre Tepe Guldmann Statistical Modeling And Simulation Of Land Development Dynamics
2016 Zachary E. Kenitzer Evans-Cowley How Plan Implementation Fails : Examining The Role Of Experience, Expectations, And Externalities
2016 Na Chen Akar How do socio-demographics and the built environment affect individual accessibility based on activity space as a transport exclusion indicator? 
2016 Julia Raquel Elmer Hanlon Reinventing The Rust Belt : Welcoming Economies, Immigrant Entrepreneurship, And Urban Resilience
2016 Jason W. Reece Evans-Cowley In Pursuit Of A Just Region : The Vision, Reality And Implications Of The Sustainable Communities Initiative
2015 Mi Young Park Gordon Modeling Population And Land Use Change Within The Metropolitan Areas Of Ohio
2015 Bardia Nikrahei Nasar Modeling place attachment in two neighborhoods of Columbus, Ohio
2015 Manraj Guliani Guldmann Interregional commodity and virtual water trade: impact of changing climate and water supply
2015 Dongkwan Lee Guldmann and
von Rabenau
Driver demographics, built environment, and car crashes: implications for urban planning
2015 Michael Modula Morrow-Jones Trust, knowledge, and legitimacy as precursors to building resident participation capacity in public land-use decisions
2014 Mi Namgung Akar The relationship between attitudes, neighborhood types, and travel behavior: implications for public transportation
2013 Wang, Chih-Hao Guldmann Land-use allocation and earthquake damage mitigation: a combined spatial statistics and optimization approach
2013 Senyel, Anil Guldmann Geography and the costs of urban energy infrastructure: the case of electricity and natural gas capital investments
2013 Chin, Jae Teuk Cowley and Kleit The effects of regional and neighborhood conditions on location choice of new business establishments
2012 Lee, Jae Choon Viton The effects of urban form on vehicle emissions : focusing on urban form factors and three conventional air pollutions and carbon dioxide
2012 Morckel, Victoria Nasar Predicting the Probability of Housing Abandonment Using Hierarchical and Spatial Models
2012 Abdulkarim, Dina Nasar The restorative effects of livable spaces
2012 Chun, Bum Seok Guldmann Three-dimensional city determinants of the urban heat island: a statistical approach
2011 Ren, Chunhui Morrow-Jones Modeling poverty dynamics in moderate-poverty neighborhoods: a multi-level approach
2011 Terzano, Kathryn Rose Nasar Branding, commercialization, and community satisfaction in ethnic enclaves