Teaching

Behavior and Policy: Connection in Transportation

11.478

Spring 2015

This course examines the behavioral foundation for policy design, using urban transportation as examples.

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Quantitative Reasoning and Statistical Methods for Planning

11.220

Spring 2016

Develops logical, empirically based arguments using statistical techniques and analytic methods.

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Mobility Management in China

11.S956

Fall 2014

The rapid urbanization and economic growth in China uniquely characterize her transportation challenges and corresponding solutions.

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Urbanizing China

11.S945

Fall 2013

China urbanized 350 million people in the past 30 years and is poised to do it again in the next three decades.

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Planning Ideas that Matter

11.910

Fall 2015

This experimental series of sessions brings together DUSP faculty and others to debate key issues in applied planning theory, while providing a par

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Transportation Research Design: How Are Ideas Born?

11.S950

Fall 2015

This seminar dissects ten projects from head to toe to illustrate how research ideas are initiated, framed, analyzed, evidenced, written, presented

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