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									                ACSP 52nd Annual Conference
                Hosted by the University of Utah
                Salt Lake City, October 13-16, 2011

The schedule that follows is as of October 1, 2011

July 20, 2011

Dear ACSP Colleagues,

While many of us are sweltering in a summer heat wave, October and the ACSP annual conference will
soon be here. I look forward to seeing many of you in beautiful Salt Lake City, where our local hosts at
the University of Utah have been working very hard to ensure a terrific conference.

As you peruse the newly posted schedule for the conference, I would like to call your attention to a
couple of unusual circumstances for this year. First, we had a significant increase in the number of
submitted abstracts. This is a great thing, I think, as it shows strong interest in ACSP. It did create
challenges for the track chairs though, in working with limited space at the conference hotel. I want to
thank the track chairs for their hard work in ensuring as many papers can be presented as possible.
What you will notice is that there is a greater number of 5-paper sessions on the agenda for this year.
Those are crowded, to be sure, but workable if everyone is prepared for strict time management.

Second, we had a very large number of abstracts submitted for roundtable sessions. We have scheduled
nearly all of these sessions in the two one-hour slots in the conference program – Thursday at 5:30p.m.
and Saturday at 9:45a.m. I realize that an hour is a short amount of time to discuss important issues of
great interest, but I trust that the good conversations that get started will continue in other productive
ways (but of course not during the Saturday luncheon, when I know that all of you will be quiet as
church mice for the presentations).

Third, without employing an even higher rejection rate, it was necessary to schedule a few sessions at
the same time as the poster reception. I personally did not want to see that happen, but there really was
no other choice. I trust that these few sessions and the poster reception will be well-attended.

Finally, there will inevitably be concerns for some of you with the scheduling of your papers. Please
know that we work very hard to set up a well-balanced schedule, and that this is a Herculean task – sort
of like the ultimate Rubik’s cube. We will have a full plate of sessions running all the way through Sunday
at 11:15 a.m. I ask for your understanding here.

Thanks very much, and best wishes for the remaining weeks of summer.

Stacey White, sswhite@ku.edu
ACSP National Conference Committee Chair

Associate Professor, Urban Planning Department
Associate Director, Environmental Studies Program
Director of Academic Programs, Center for Sustainability
University of Kansas
ACSP 2011 Annual Conference
Schedule of Presentations and Roundtables
As of October 1, 2011


NOTES:

1)   Find your schedule – A simple search for your last name will bring up your session(s). We do everything we
     know to avoid conflicts, but sometimes it still happens. Given most roundtables are in two time slots and
     folks should only be presenting one paper, we’re hoping we’re in pretty good shape, but be sure to let us
     know by sending an email to ddodd@acsp.org. Thanks!
2)   Meetings – meetings are currently published to a separate file posted to www.acsp.org.
3)   Abstract Index # and Abstract System ID#: When submitted to the abstract management system, each
     abstract is assigned a system ID number for administrative search/find purposes. When abstracts are pulled
     from the system for the Book of Accepted Abstracts, they are assigned index numbers because the data pull
     of abstracts is automatically sorted by track rather than by the original system id number, and ultimately you
     need a method of searching for authors if you happen to print the Book of Accepted Abstracts. Separate
     indexes for Author Names and Keywords reference the Abstract Index # in the Book of Accepted Abstracts.
     Both assigned numbers are listed for each abstract in both the Book and in this schedule of presentations.
4)   Order of Authors – the abstract management system this year allowed for author role declaration, as well as
     ordering of authors. Authors here and in the final program will be indicated as primary and/or presenting
     authors of the paper. If there is only one author of a paper, you can assume this individual is the primary and
     presenting author. Other authors are co-authors with no designation. All roundtable participants are
     considered presenters and so do not receive a designation. The individual who submitted the abstract created
     the order of authors.
5)   Multiple Program Placement Policy - More than one presentation of a formal paper and more than one
     appearance as a roundtable participant during the conference will not be allowed. It is, however, possible to
     present both a poster and a paper, if both proposals are accepted. Participants on the final program will be
     limited to: one presentation of an individual paper whether in a formal paper session or involved in a pre-
     organized formal paper session; one placement on a roundtable; one placement as a discussant of a formal
     paper session; and one placement in the poster session. These roles are not interchangeable. If you have more
     than one submitted paper abstract accepted and are invited to participate on more than one accepted
     roundtable, in fairness to everyone, we will ask you to limit your participation.
6)   Requests for Edits – All abstracts are unedited and published in the Book of Accepted Abstracts as
     submitted by the author(s) for peer review. This Schedule of Presentations may already have edited titles and
     author names but the reviewed abstract content remains the research that is to be presented. Any necessary
     changes for the final program should be sent to ddodd@acsp.org.
7)   Items in red – these items still require confirmation.
8)   Track 16 – Theme Track: Envision is new this year. A full description of the theme can be found in the
     Call for Papers. Although not all papers addressing the theme are in Track 16, the University of Utah will
     consider selected high-quality conference papers, addressing a full range of perspectives on the theme, for
     inclusion in an edited volume, Envision: Restorative Planning for the 21st Century. These theme abstracts are
     designated in this document with the logo:
9)    Discussants – Discussants are still being confirmed for many sessions. Continue to check the web for updates
      to this file.
10)   Schedule Changes - The conference committee and association staff schedule approximately 200-215
      sessions for nearly 700 faculty and student presenters in 12-15 time slots over four days with typically 14
      meeting rooms to work with. ACSP committee meetings, journal meetings and other special sessions must
      also be included in the schedule. We appreciate your understanding of just how difficult it is to make any
      changes to the schedule once all participants have been notified and the schedule is posted to the web. The
      Association can no longer make schedule adjustments for teaching obligations. Your presentation schedule
      cannot be rearranged for travel or other personal reasons. Presenters unable to present at the scheduled time
      must notify the conference director, ddodd@acsp.org, in writing (email acceptable) and withdraw from the
      program. The earliest notice possible is much appreciated.
11)   Conference Registration - A historical policy is enforced. Presenters of papers and roundtable participants
      must register by the presenter’s deadline – September 9th. If you don’t make this deadline you risk having
      your name and paper removed from the printed program.



Schedule as of October 1, 2011


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
THREE PAPERS
1.1 SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND MODELING

Moderator/Discussant: KIM, Sungyop [University of Missouri - Kansas City] kims@umkc.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 17
A SPATIAL DYNAMIC MODEL OF EXURBAN LEAPFROG DEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3508
NEWBURN, David [Texas A&M University] danewburn@ag.tamu.edu, presenting author, primary author
BERCK, Peter [University of California-Berkeley] peter.berck@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 26
A UNIFIED EXTENSIBLE GEOSPATIAL PARCEL DATA MODEL FOR URBAN PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3948
OUYANG, Yiqiang [University of Florida] yqouyang@ufl.edu, presenting author, primary author
BEJLERI, Ilir [University of Florida] ilir@ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 5
URBAN CORE DETERMINANTS OF THE URBAN HEAT ISLAND: SPATIAL REGRESSION MODELS
Abstract System ID#: 3154
CHUN, Bumseok [The Ohio State University] chun.52@osu.edu, presenting author, primary author
GULDMANN, Jean Michel [The Ohio State University] guldmann.1@osu.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FOUR PAPERS
2.1 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION - ANCHOR INSTITUTIONS AND THE REVITALIZATION

Co-organizer: COWELL, Margaret [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] mmcowell@vt.edu
Co-organizer: MAYER, Heike [University of Bern] mayer@giub.unibe.ch

Moderator/Discussant: ODEN, Michael [University of Texas, Austin] oden@mail.utexas.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 39
FEDERAL AGENCIES AS ANCHOR INSTITUTIONS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE INNOVATION POTENTIAL
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY FACILITY IN WASHINGTON D.C.’s WARD 8
NEIGHBORHOOD
Abstract System ID#: 3171
MAYER, Heike [University of Bern] mayer@giub.unibe.ch, presenting author, primary author
OBRIEN, Patrick [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] pjobrien@vt.edu
PROVO, John [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] jprovo@vt.edu
COWELL, Margaret [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] mmcowell@vt.edu

Abstract Index #: 44
ANCHOR INSTITUTIONS AND DISENFRANCHISED COMMUNITIES: LESSONS FOR DHS AND ST.
ELIZABETHS
Abstract System ID#: 3210
COWELL, Margaret [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] mmcowell@vt.edu, presenting author,
primary author
MAYER, Heike [University of Bern] mayer@giub.unibe.ch
O'BRIEN, Patrick [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] pjobrien@vt.edu
PROVO, John [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] jprovo@vt.edu

Abstract Index #: 49
ANALYZING ART DISTRICTS AS NEIGHBORHOOD ANCHORS: THE CASE OF THE PHILADELPHIA
AVENUE OF THE ARTS
Abstract System ID#: 3264
JOHNSON, Amanda [The University of Pennsylvania] gama@design.upenn.edu

Abstract Index #: 87
THE UNIVERSITY AND THE CITY: PLACE-BASED ANCHOR INSTITUTIONS AND URBAN
DEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 4045
PERRY, David [University of Illinois at Chicago] dperry@uic.edu, presenting author, primary author
GAFFIKIN, Frank [Queens University Belfast, Northern Ireland] f.gaffikin@qub.ac.uk


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
THREE PAPERS
3.3 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: LESSONS FROM LOCAL SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING – SESSION A

Moderator/Discussant: BOSWELL, Michael [California Polytechnic State University] mboswell@calpoly.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 104
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE CITIZEN
ADVISORY COMMITTEE ROLE
Abstract System ID#: 3227
KINZER, Kirsten [The University of Pennsylvania] kkinzer@design.upenn.edu

Abstract Index #: 132
CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY PLANS: WHERE, WHAT, AND HOW?
Abstract System ID#: 3595
WHITE, Stacey [University of Kansas] sswhite@ku.edu

Abstract Index #: 148
COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING AND SUSTAINABILITY IN GEORGIA’S EXURBS
Abstract System ID#: 3749
JUN, Hee Jung [University of West Georgia] hjun@westga.edu, presenting author, primary author
CONROY, Maria [The Ohio State University] conroy.36@osu.edu
Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FOUR PAPERS
3.4 COASTAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

Moderator/Discussant: MARCUCCI, Daniel [East Carolina University] marcuccid@ecu.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 93
EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PLANNING ACTIVITIES IN REDUCING FLOOD LOSSES: A
NATIONAL STUDY
Abstract System ID#: 3104
BRODY, Sam [Texas A&M University] sbrody@tamu.edu, presenting author, primary author
HIGHFIELD, Wesley [Texas A&M University at Galveston] highfiew@tamug.edu

Abstract Index #: 112
HAZARD MITIGATION, DEVELOPMENT REGULATION AND LAND-USE POLICY ADOPTION ALONG
THE TEXAS COAST.
Abstract System ID#: 3299
HUSEIN, Rahmawati [Texas A&M University] amahusein@tamu.edu, presenting author
PEACOCK, Walter Gillis [Texas A&M University] peacock@tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 126
EVALUATING FLORIDA’S COASTAL PROTECTED AREAS: A MODEL FOR COASTAL MANAGEMENT
PLAN EVALUATION
Abstract System ID#: 3497
BERNHARDT, Sarah [Texas A&M University] sarahpbernhardt@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
BRODY, Sam [Texas A&M University] sbrody@tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 156
CHANGES ALONG THE SHORELINE IN SOUTH CAROLINA SINCE THE BEACHFRONT MANAGEMENT
ACT
Abstract System ID#: 3858
DYCKMAN, Caitlin [Clemson University] cdyckma@clemson.edu, presenting author, primary author
WOOD, Ida Leigh [South Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve] idaleighwood@gmail.com
LONDON, James [Clemson University] london1@clemson.edu
ALLEN, Jeffery [Clemson University] jeff@strom.clemson.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FIVE PAPERS
5.5 CROSS-NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON HOUSING SUPPLY

Moderator: PHIBBS, Peter [University of Western Sydney] p.phibbs@uws.edu.au, presenting author

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 220
HAS HOUSING SUPPLY GONE AWRY IN CHINA? AN EXAMINATION OF CHINA’S HOUSING
PRODUCTION FUNCTION
Abstract System ID#: 3231
DENG, Lan [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor] landeng@umich.edu

Abstract Index #: 285
AN EVALUATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE HOUSING POLICY FOR LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLD
IN SOUTH KOREA: FOCUSED ON ACCESS TO HOME OWNERSHIP
Abstract System ID#: 3996
KWON, Youngsun [University of Florida] yskwon62@ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 267
PRESERVING MIDDLE-INCOME AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN NEW YORK CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3771
VINCENT, Reina [New York University] reinav@exchange.law.nyu.edu, presenting author, primary author
BEEN, Vicki [New York University] beenv@exchange.law.nyu.edu
BEGLEY, Jaclene [New York University] jbegley@nyu.edu
ELLEN, Ingrid [New York University] Ingrid.ellen@nyu.edu

Abstract Index #: 272
LEAVING THE ASSISTED HOUSING INVENTORY: PROPERTY, NEIGHBORHOOD, AND REGIONAL
DETERMINANTS
Abstract System ID#: 3806
BLANCO, Andres [University of Florida] agblanco@ufl.edu, presenting author, primary author
CHUNG, Hyungchul [University of Florida] lycrak08@ufl.edu
KIM, Jeongseob [University of Florida] seobi78@ufl.edu
STEWART, Caleb [Shimberg Center for Housing Studies] kbs@ad.ufl.edu
O'DELL, William [University of Florida] billo@ufl.edu
RAY, Anne [University of Florida] aray@ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 235
PLANNING, HOUSING SUPPLY AND AFFORDABILITY: TOWARDS HOLISTIC MEASUREMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3380
PHIBBS, Peter [University of Western Sydney] p.phibbs@uws.edu.au, presenting author
GURRAN, Nicole [University of Sydney] nicole.gurran@sydney.edu.au, primary author


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FIVE PAPERS
5.6 HOME OWNERSHIP

Moderator: STEIF, Kenneth [The University of Pennsylvania] ksteif@sp2.upenn.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 248
MARRIAGE GAP IN HOME OWNERSHIP: AN ANALYSIS OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC, FINANCIAL, AND
MORTGAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF SINGLE FEMALE HOMEBUYERS
Abstract System ID#: 3539
BHASKARA RAO, Nandini [U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development] Nandini.B.Rao@hud.gov, co-
presenting author, primary author
ANACKER, Katrin [George Mason University] kanacker@gmu.edu, co-presenting author

Abstract Index #: 219
INFLUENCE OF WEALTH ON EXITS FROM HOMEOWNERSHIP
Abstract System ID#: 3228
MAMGAIN, Abhishek [University of Southern California] mamgain@usc.edu

Abstract Index #: 255
DOES NEIGHBOURHOOD CHANGE AFFECT HOMEOWNERSHIP CHOICES OF NEIGHBOURHOOD
RESIDENTS?
Abstract System ID#: 3634
LEE, Kwan OK [University of Southern California] kwanokle@usc.edu
Abstract Index #: 246
CAUGHT IN THE HOUSING BUBBLE: IMMIGRANTS' HOUSING OUTCOMES IN TRADITIONAL
GATEWAYS AND NEWLY EMERGING DESTINATIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3531
YU, Zhou [University of Utah] zhou.yu@fcs.utah.edu, presenting author, primary author
PAINTER, Gary [University of Southern California] gpainter@usc.edu

Abstract Index #: 264
A NEIGHBORHOOD EXTERNALITY EFFECT & ITS ROLE IN HOME PRICE CAPITALIZATION
Abstract System ID#: 3738
STEIF, Kenneth [The University of Pennsylvania] ksteif@sp2.upenn.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FOUR PAPERS
6.1 PLANNING IN SOUTH EAST ASIA

Moderator/Discussant: SILVER, Christopher [University of Florida] silver2@dcp.ufl.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 314
COMMUNITY-BASED PLANNING IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3418
BEARD, Victoria [University of California, Irvine] vbeard@uci.edu

Abstract Index #: 313
EVOLVING DECENTRALIZATION REFORM IN CAMBODIA: DEEPENING OR UNDERMINING LOCAL
GOVERNANCE?
Abstract System ID#: 3416
SMOKE, Paul [New York University] paul.smoke@nyu.edu

Abstract Index #: 334
GENDER AND SOCIAL CAPITAL IN SOUTH EAST ASIAN CITIES: THE FORM AND FUNCTION OF A
COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP
Abstract System ID#: 3668
DANIERE, Amrita [University of Toronto] amrita.daniere@utoronto.ca

Abstract Index #: 336
GREAT EXPECTATIONS, MODEST REALIZATIONS: PARTICIPATION AND ITS IMPACT ON URBAN
UPGRADING IN INDONESIA
Abstract System ID#: 3735
DAS, Ashok [University of Hawaii at Manoa] ashokdas@hawaii.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FOUR PAPERS
6.2 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: THE ROLE OF THE NATION-STATE AND SCALE

Co-organizer: SRINIVAS, Smita [Columbia University] ss3079@columbia.edu
Co-organizer: CALGERO, Pietro [university] email

Moderator/Discussant: DAVIS, Diane [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] dedavis@mit.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 311
CHALLENGING PLANNING’S GOALS, JURISDICTIONS, AND SCALES: UNDERSTANDING 'LATE
INDUSTRIAL' STATES
Abstract System ID#: 3371
SRINIVAS, Smita [Columbia University] ss3079@columbia.edu

Abstract Index #: 300
FORGING COMPETITIVENESS: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE ON THE ROLE OF PLANNING POLICY
AND PRACTICE IN THE INCORPORATION OF EXPORT-ORIENTED CUT FLOWERS IN WORLD
MARKETS
Abstract System ID#: 3248
PATEL, Anouk [The Pennsylvania State University] aup20@psu.edu

Abstract Index #: 339
POST-CONFLICT PLANNING, INSURGENT POLITICS, AND LOCAL SELF-MANAGEMENT IN NEPAL
Abstract System ID#: 3758
RANKIN, Katharine [University of Toronto] k.rankin@utoronto.ca

Abstract Index #: 309
NATION-STATES AND THE SCOPE OF PLANNING ETHICS
Abstract System ID#: 3335
CALOGERO, Pietro [University of California, Berkeley] pietro@berkeley.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
TWO PAPERS
7.7 LAND USE AND ITS INSTITUTIONS

Moderator: LOH, Carolyn [Wayne State University] cm9329@wayne.edu

Discussant: There will be no discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 373
THE DISTRIBUTION OF DISCRETIONARY POWER AMONG CHINA’S PLANNING ADMINISTRATIVE
BODIES AND ITS EFFECTS ON LOCAL LAND USE
Abstract System ID#: 3255
XU, Xu [University of Tokyo] lee.x.xu@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 365
THE IMPACT OF PLANNING CONSULTANTS ON THE LOCAL PLANNING PROCESS
Abstract System ID#: 3101
LOH, Carolyn [Wayne State University] cm9329@wayne.edu, presenting author, primary author
NORTON, Richard [University of Michigan] rknorton@umich.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FOUR PAPERS
8.1 PLACE & HEALTH: BEYOND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Moderator/Discussant: FORSYTH, Ann [Cornell University] forsyth@cornell.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 415
A PLACE IS NOT JUST A PLACE: COMMUNITY TIES AND RESILIENCE LESSONS FROM THE GULF
COAST
Abstract System ID#: 3599
CARPENTER, Ann [Georgia Institute of Technology] acarpenter@gatech.edu

Abstract Index #: 417
WHERE IS YOUR COMMUNITY? HOW SAFETY IMPACTS PERCEIVED BOUNDARIES IN URBAN
NEIGHBORHOODS
Abstract System ID#: 3891
CHOI, Yumi [The Ohio State University] choi.610@osu.edu, primary author, presenting author
ACEY, Charisma [The Ohio State University] acey.1@osu.edu

Abstract Index #: 420
GOOD CITIES AND HEALTHY COMMUNITIES FOR A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE
Abstract System ID#: 3800
MINASSIANS, Henrik [California State University, Northridge] henrik.minassians@csun.edu, presenting author
TOKER, Zeynep [California State University, Northridge] ztoker@csun.edu, primary author

Abstract Index #: 400
COMPETING VISIONS OF HEALTHY COMMUNITIES: A CASE STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
INEQUALITY AND PLACE-BASED INTERVENTIONS IN FRESNO, CA
Abstract System ID#: 3179
ZUK, Miriam [University of California, Berkeley] mzuk@berkeley.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FOUR PAPERS
9.1 TEACHING STUDENTS TO PRACTICE

Moderator: BUCKLEY, James [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] buckleyj@mit.edu

Discussant: SELTZER, Ethan [Portland State University] seltzer@pdx.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 438
BUILDING LEADERS FOR URBAN EXCELLENCE: THE RUDY BRUNER AWARD AS A TEACHING
TOOL IN PLANNING AND DESIGN
Abstract System ID#: 3181
SHIBLEY, Robert [State University of New York at Buffalo] rshibley@buffalo.edu, presenting author
BROOKS, Brandy [Suffolk University] bhbrooks@suffolk.edu
COX, Maurice [University of Virginia] mdc5e@virginia.edu
DORGAN, Kathleen [Roger Williams University] dorgan@kdorgan.net

Abstract Index #: 437
SEEKING THE STUDIO EXPERIENCE OUTSIDE OF THE STUDIO COURSE
Abstract System ID#: 3177
BALASSIANO, Katia [Iowa State University] katiab@iastate.edu, presenting author, primary author
WEST, David [Cornell University] djw267@cornell.edu

Abstract Index #: 451
TEACHING HOW TO MANAGE COMPETING INTERESTS: PLANNERS, ARCHITECTS AND
CONSTRUCTION SCIENCE STUDENTS DEVELOPING A SUBDIVISION TOGETHER
Abstract System ID#: 3757
WIETERS, Kathleen Meghan [University of Oklahoma] kmeghanwieters@ou.edu, presenting author, primary
author
FITHIAN, Lee [University of Oklahoma] leefithian@ou.edu
MCCUEN, Tammy [University of Oklahoma] tammymccuen@ou.edu
BARRETT, Catherine [University of Oklahoma] cjbarrett@ou.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FOUR PAPERS
11.1 REAL PLACES: THE MANY FLAVORS OF PARTICIPATORY PLANNING

Moderator: SHMUELI, Deborah [University of Haifa] deborah@geo.haifa.ac.il
Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 489
 EXPLORE THE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN CHINA’S DEVELOPMENT CONTROL: AS A FORCE OR AS
A SLOGAN?
Abstract System ID#: 3542
ZHANG, Lei [Renmin University of China] thirstone1976@yahoo.com.cn, presenting author
JIAO, Yongli [Renmin University of China] jiaoxuan2000@163.com, primary author
TANG, Zhenghong [University of Nebraska - Lincoln] ztang2@unl.edu

Abstract Index #: 485
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND POLICY DECISIONS IN PLACES WITH NEW HISPANIC COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3271
NESSE, Katherine [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] klnesse2@illinois.edu

Abstract Index #: 482
BEDOUIN COMMUNITIES IN THE NEGEV: MODELS FOR PLANNING THE UNPLANNED
Abstract System ID#: 3011
SHMUELI, Deborah [University of Haifa] deborah@geo.haifa.ac.il, presenting author, primary author
KHAMAISI, Rassem [University of Haifa] rassem@013net.net

3077
RESILIENCE, COLLABORATION, AND SOCIAL CAPITAL IN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
ADMINISTRATION
JOHNSON, Bonnie [University of Kansas] bojojohn@ku.edu
PIERCE, John [University of Kansas] jcpierce@ku.edu
LOVRICH, Nicholas [Washington State University] faclovri@wsu.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FOUR PAPERS
12.5 THE LANGUAGE OF PRACTICE

Moderator/Discussant: BAUM, Howell [University of Maryland] hbaum@umd.edu (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 517
PUBLIC-EXPERT BOUNDARY WORK PATTERNS IN COLLABORATIVE PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3656
QUICK, Kathryn [University of Minnesota] ksquick@umn.edu

Abstract Index #: 515
PRACTICING PLANNING THEORY
Abstract System ID#: 3605
HOCH, Charles [University of Illinois at Chicago] hochchas@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 514
PERFORMANCE AND REFRAMING: LESSONS FROM THIRD PARTIES DISAVOWING MEDIATION
Abstract System ID#: 3601
FORESTER, John [Cornell University] jff1@cornell.edu

Abstract Index #: 512
CANCEROUS DEVELOPMENT: THE MEANING OF A METAPHOR. INSIGHTS FROM A CANCER
SURVIVOR
Abstract System ID#: 3574
SAUNDERS, Melissa [Florida State University] msaunders@fsu.edu
Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FOUR PAPERS
13.1 PRE-ORGANIZED PAPER SESSION - REGIONAL SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING

Moderator/Discussant: ANDREWS, Clinton [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] cja1@rutgers.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 533
REGIONAL SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3286
RANDOLPH, John [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] energy@vt.edu

Abstract Index #: 555
EVALUATING REGIONAL SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION
Abstract System ID#: 3705
SCHIVELY SLOTTERBACK, Carissa [University of Minnesota] cschively@umn.edu

Abstract Index #: 545
REGIONAL SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND ENERGY
Abstract System ID#: 3585
KOEBEL, Theodore [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] tkoebel@vt.edu, presenting author
RANDOLPH, John [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] energy@vt.edu

Abstract Index #: 549
A PLANNER, A BIOLOGIST, AND AN ENGINEER WALK INTO A BAR…
Abstract System ID#: 3638
GANNING, Joanna [Saint Louis University] jganning@slu.edu, presenting author
COFFIN, Sarah [Saint Louis University] coffinsl@slu.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
FOUR PAPERS
14.1 PRE-ORGANIZED PAPER SESSION- RESIDENTIAL PARKING POLICY IN METROPOLITAN AREAS

Organizer: GUO, Zhan [New York University] zg11@nyu.edu

Moderator/Discussant: LEVINE, Jonathan [University of Michigan] jnthnlvn@umich.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 559
THE IMPACT OF ON-STREET PARKING AVAILABILITY ON THE CAR OWNERSHIP OF HOUSEHOLDS
WITH OFF-STREET PARKING
Abstract System ID#: 3049
GUO, Zhan [New York University] zg11@nyu.edu

Abstract Index #: 561
PARKING, VEHICLE OWNERSHIP AND VEHICLE TRAVEL: EVIDENCE FROM THE AMERICAN
HOUSING SURVEY
Abstract System ID#: 3069
MANVILLE, Michael [University of California, Los Angeles] mikemanville@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 583
HOW DO DEVELOPERS RESPOND TO MINIMUM PARKING REQUIREMENTS? EVIDENCE FROM NEW
YORK CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3285
MCDONNELL, Simon [New York University] simon.mcdonnell@nyu.edu, presenting author, primary author
MADAR, Josiah [New York University] madarj@exchange.law.nyu.edu
BEEN, Vicki [New York University] vicki.been@nyu.edu

Abstract Index #: 632
SUPPLY SIDE PARKING REFORMS: UNDERSTANDING DEVELOPERS’ PREFERENCES IN NEW YORK
CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3821
KING, David [Columbia University] dk2475@columbia.edu


Thursday, October 13, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
THREE PAPERS
14.3 EVOLVING KNOWLEDGE ABOUT CHILDREN'S TRAVEL TO SCHOOL

Moderator: HE, Sylvia [University of Southern California] sylviahe@usc.edu

Discussant: not yet confirmed

Abstract Index #: 568
THE INFLUENCE OF SCHOOL CHOICE POLICY ON ACTIVE SCHOOL COMMUTING: A CASE STUDY
OF A MIDDLE-SIZED SCHOOL DISTRICT IN OREGON
Abstract System ID#: 3099
YANG, Yizhao [University of Oregon] yizhao@uoregon.edu, presenting author, primary author
ABBOTT, Steve [University of Oregon] sma@uoregon.edu

Abstract Index #: 619
DOES TRAFFIC SAFETY MATTER? EXPLORING PARENT-CHILD PERSPECTIVES ON TRAFFIC SAFETY
AND SCHOOL TRAVEL
Abstract System ID#: 3671
LARSEN, Kristian [University of Toronto] kristian.larsen@utoronto.ca, presenting author, primary author
BULIUNG, Ron [University of Toronto Mississauga] ron.buliung@utoronto.ca
FAULKNER, Guy [University of Toronto] guy.faulkner@utoronto.ca
FUSCO, Caroline [University of Toronto] c.fusco@utoronto.ca

Abstract Index #: 653
THE EFFECT OF SCHOOL QUALITY ON DESTINATION CHOICE AND MODE CHOICE OF JOURNEYS
TO SCHOOL
Abstract System ID#: 3973
HE, Sylvia [University of Southern California] sylviahe@usc.edu


Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
1.2 AGENT-BASED MODELING AND LOCATIONAL ANALYSIS

Moderator/Discussant: APPLEYARD, Bruce [University of Utah] appleyard1@gmail.com (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 29
A TALE OF TWO AMENITY CITIES: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF AGENT-BASED HOUSING
LOCATION DECISION MODELS
Abstract System ID#: 3997
KIM, Yuseung [University of Southern Maine] ykim@usm.maine.edu

Abstract Index #: 6
DO VACANT PROPERTIES KILL NEIGHBORHOODS? AN AGENT-BASED SIMULATION OF PROPERTY
ABANDONMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3156
YIN, li [State University of New York at Buffalo] liyin@buffalo.edu, presenting author, primary author
SILVERMAN, Robert [State University of New York at Buffalo] rms35@buffalo.edu

Abstract Index #: 24
LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY AND CBD: ANALYSIS OF THE COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN AREA
Abstract System ID#: 3923
LU, Jia [Valdosta State University] lu105@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 13
LINKING THE REGIONAL DEMOGRAPHIC PROCESSES AND THE SMALL AREA HOUSING GROWTH:
IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SMALL AREA DEMOGRAPHIC PROJECTIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3402
CHOI, Simon [Southern California Association of Governments] choi@scag.ca.gov


Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
2.3 DOES ART DRIVE DEVELOPMENT II

Moderator/Discussant: FRISCH, Michael [University of Missouri, Kansas City] frischm@umkc.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 71
CULTIVATING THE CREATIVE CITY: CULTURAL POLICY + ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN
TORONTO AND NEW YORK
Abstract System ID#: 3714
GOLDBERG, Shoshanah [The New School for Management and Urban Policy] Goldbers@newschool.edu

Abstract Index #: 86
DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE IN ARTS-LED DEVELOPMENT: DEVELOPMENT FOR WHOM?
Abstract System ID#: 4026
LEWIS, Ferdinand [University of Florida] fslewis@ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 80
CHALLENGES IN PLANNING FOR CULTURAL AFFAIRS INVESTMENT: LESSONS FROM NEW YORK
STATE
Abstract System ID#: 3945
STERNBERG, Ernest [State University of New York at Buffalo] ezs@buffalo.edu

Abstract Index #: 83
OCCUPATION BASED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: IS THERE ANY GROUNDING IN AN EQUITY
ARGUMENT?
Abstract System ID#: 3992
YEMEN, Cory [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] cyemen@eden.rutgers.edu


Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
3.2 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: MEETING EMERGING CHALLENGES IN COLLABORATIVE PLANNING

Moderator/Discussant: MARGERUM, Richard D. [University of Oregon] rdm@uoregon.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 89
PLAYING, LEARNING AND PLANNING TOGETHER: AN APPLICATION OF PARTICIPATORY AGENT-
BASED MODELING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3023
ZELLNER, Moira [University of Illinois at Chicago] mzellner@uic.edu, presenting author, primary author
HOCH, Charles [University of Illinois at Chicago] chashoch@uic.edu
WEIZEORICK, Jennifer [University of Illinois at Chicago] jweizeo2@uic.edu
KUNDA, Carl [University of Illinois at Chicago] ckunda2@uic.edu
MILZ, Dan [University of Illinois at Chicago] dmilz2@uic.edu
LYONS, Leilah [University of Illinois at Chicago] llyons@uic.edu

Abstract Index #: 106
KEEPING THE FIRES OF COLLABORATION BURNING: FROM EMERGENT TO MANDATED
COLLABORATION IN ECOLOGICAL FIRE MANAGEMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3238
BUTLER, William [Florida State University] wbutler@fsu.edu

Abstract Index #: 149
COLLABORATIVE RESILIENCE: MOVING THROUGH CRISIS TO OPPORTUNITY
Abstract System ID#: 3751
GOLDSTEIN, Bruce [University of Colorado, Denver] brugomail@yahoo.com


Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
5.1 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HOUSING AND CRIME

Moderator: LOOYE, Johanna [University of Cincinnati] johanna.looye@uc.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 215
AFFORDABLE HOUSING PRODUCTION AND NEIGHBORHOOD CRIME: EVIDENCE FROM NEW YORK
CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3551
LENS, Michael [New York University] michael.lens@nyu.edu

Abstract Index #: 216
ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF THE CHA’S PLAN FOR TRANSFORMATION ON CRIME IN CHICAGO
Abstract System ID#: 3552
POPKIN, Susan [The Urban Institute] spopkin@urban.org, presenting author, primary author
GALSTER, George [Wayne State University] george.galster@wayne.edu
SKOGAN, Wes [Northwestern University] skogan@northwestern.edu
PARILLA, Joseph [The Urban Institute] jparilla@urban.org
HAYES, Christopher [The Urban Institute] chayes@urban.org
HENDEY, Leah [The Urban Institute] lhendey@urban.org

Abstract Index #: 201
FALSE SECURITY: THE INCIDENCE OF CRIME IN GATED COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3033
DANIELSEN, Karen [University of Nevada, Las Vegas] karen.danielsen@unlv.edu

Abstract Index #: 281
“CRIME CONTROL AND PACIFICATION: OVER-THE-RHINE, CINCINNATI VS. RIO DE JANEIRO’S
FAVELAS”
Abstract System ID#: 3920
LOOYE, Johanna [University of Cincinnati] johanna.looye@uc.edu
Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FIVE PAPERS
5.2 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: UNIVERSITIES IN THE COMMUNITY

Moderator: VIDAL, Avis [Wayne State University] a.vidal@wayne.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 207
BRIDGING THE CAPACITY GAP: UNIVERSITIES AS CATALYSTS FOR SUSTAINABLE CITY DESIGN
Abstract System ID#: 3073
SCHLOSSBERG, Marc [University of Oregon] schlossb@uoregon.edu, presenting author, primary author
YOUNG, Robert [University of Oregon] ryoung@uoregon.edu
LARCO, Nico [University of Oregon] nlarco@uoregon.edu

Abstract Index #: 206
COMMUNIVERCITY SAN JOSÉ: BUILDING COMMUNITY IN THE SILICON VALLEY
Abstract System ID#: 3059
SALAZAR, Dayana [San Jose State University] dayana.salazar@sjsu.edu, presenting author, primary author
JACKSON, Melinda [San Jose State University] melinda.jackson@sjsu.edu

Abstract Index #: 254
IVORY BRIDGE OR IVORY TIGHTROPE: NAVIGATING UNIVERSITY-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS IN
DISENFRANCHISED URBAN NEIGHBORHOODS
Abstract System ID#: 3610
RABINOWITZ BUSSELL, Mirle [University of California, San Diego] mbussell@ucsd.edu

Abstract Index #: 277
COMMUNITY BUILDING: THE IMPACT OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES ON NEIGHBORHOOD WEALTH
Abstract System ID#: 3871
SHAMSUDDIN, Shomon [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] shomon@mit.edu

Abstract Index #: 287
CAN ANCHOR INSTITUTIONS SAVE MIDTOWN DETROIT: EARLY EVIDENCE FROM “15 X 15”
INITIATIVE
Abstract System ID#: 4016
VIDAL, Avis [Wayne State University] a.vidal@wayne.edu


Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
TWO PAPERS
6.15 THE DEVELOPMENTAL STATE, PUBLIC POLICY AND THE PUBLIC SECTOR

Moderator/Discussant: SMOKE, Paul [New York University] paul.smoke@nyu.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 319
QUALITY OF EDUCATION AND PUBLIC RESOURCES ALLOCATION IN BRAZIL
Abstract System ID#: 3459
HADDAD, Monica [Iowa State University] haddad@iastate.edu, presenting author, primary author
FREGUGLIA, Ricardo [Federal University of Juiz de Fora] ricardo.freguglia@ufjf.edu.br

Abstract Index #: 297
DISTRIBUTIONAL PATTERNS OF URBAN SERVICES IN A MODERNIST CITY OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES: A CASE STUDY OF ABUJA, NIGERIA
Abstract System ID#: 3196
ABUBAKAR, Ismaila [Florida State University] ia08@fsu.edu



Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FIVE PAPERS
8.3 HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT & LAND USE

Moderator/Discussant: AUFFREY, Christopher [University of Cincinnati] chris.auffrey@uc.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 413
MEASURING THE AIR QUALITY EFFECTS OF GOODS MOVEMENT IN PHILADELPHIA, PA: A
COMMUNITY BASED PARTICIPATORY APPROACH
Abstract System ID#: 3471
KONDO, Michelle [The University of Pennsylvania] mkondo@sp2.upenn.edu

Abstract Index #: 421
HEALTH IMPACT ASSESSMENT AT DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHIC SCALES: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Abstract System ID#: 3804
RAO, Arthi [Georgia Institute of Technology] arthir@gatech.edu, presenting author
ROSS, Catherine [Georgia Institute of Technology] catherine.ross@coa.gatech.edu, primary author
MARCUS, Michelle [Georgia Institute of Technology] michelle.marcus@coa.gatech.edu
WOO, Myungje [Georgia Institute of Technology] myungje.woo@coa.gatech.edu

Abstract Index #: 428
THE CHALLENGES OF PUBLIC TOILET PROVISION: CONSIDERING THE ROLE OF PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3904
POWE, Michael [University of Washington] mpowe@uw.edu

Abstract Index #: 425
PESTICIDE USE/MISUSE AND TOXICITY SYMPTOMS AMONG OPEN FIELD WORKERS IN A DESERT
COUNTRY
Abstract System ID#: 3859
ESECHIE, Jovita [Texas Southern University] jesechie2002@yahoo.com, presenting author, primary author
IBITAYO, Olurominiyi [Texas Southern University] Ibitayo_oo@tsu.edu

Abstract Index #: 430
THE NEED FOR POLICY INTEGRATING SCHOOL GROUNDS WITH URBAN FOOD SECURITY AND
LAND USE PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3936
PEVEC, Illene [University of Colorado, Denver] illene.pevec@colorado.edu


Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FIVE PAPERS
11.2 PLANNING PROCESS DILEMMAS

Moderator: NORTON, Richard [University of Michigan] rknorton@umich.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 490
PLANNERS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON COMMUNICATIVE PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3606
BIERLING, David [Texas A&M University] outback@suddenlink.net
Abstract Index #: 491
BALANCING CONFLICTING OBJECTIVES IN WEATHERIZING GREENBELT, MD’S ICONIC HOMES
Abstract System ID#: 3607
COHEN, James [University of Maryland at College Park] jimcohen@umd.edu, presenting author, primary author

          Abstract Index #: 492
MASSIVE PROJECT EXPENDITURES IN THE NAME OF SUSTAINABILITY: TRUNCATING THE EQUITY
CORNER OF THE PLANNER'S TRIANGLE
Abstract System ID#: 3651
KAHN, Terry [University of Texas at Austin] tkahn@austin.utexas.edu

Abstract Index #: 488
MODELING PLANNERS' PERCEPTIONS OF LAND USE PLANNING TOOLS IN PLAN MAKING
PROCESSES: A PLANNERS’ SURVEY IN THE U.S. PACIFIC STATES
Abstract System ID#: 3510
GE, Yue [Texas A&M University] gurt@tamu.edu, presenting author, primary author
LINDELL, Michael [Texas A&M University] mlindell@archmail.tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 486
DON’T TAKE THAT BEACH! RECONCILING THE PUBLIC TRUST AND REGULATORY TAKINGS
DOCTRINES ON MICHIGAN’S GREAT LAKES SHORELINES
Abstract System ID#: 3345
NORTON, Richard [University of Michigan] rknorton@umich.edu


Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
12.6 FOUNDATIONAL ISSUES IN PLANNING

Moderator/Discussant: BEAUREGARD, Robert [Columbia University] rab48@columbia.edu (confirmed)


Abstract Index #: 510
THE SPECTRE OF MODERNISM: PLANNING AND THE IDEOLOGY OF GRAND NARRATIVES
Abstract System ID#: 3528
TAIT, Malcolm [University of Sheffield] m.tait@sheffield.ac.uk

          Abstract Index #: 497
CHALLENGES AND/OR PITFALLS IN/FOR STRATEGIC SPATIAL PLANNING?
Abstract System ID#: 3042
ALBRECHTS, Louis [KU Leuven] louis.albrechts@asro.kuleuven.be

Abstract Index #: 519
PHENOMENOLOGICAL URBANISM AND THE CITY AS EMPLOTMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3740
LEJANO, Raul [University of California, Irvine] rplejano@yahoo.com
WESSELLS, Anne Taufen [University of Washington, Tacoma] atw5@u.washington.edu

Abstract Index #: 503
WHO SAYS? AUTHORITY, VOICE, AND AUTHORSHIP IN NARRATIVES OF PLANNING RESEARCH
Abstract System ID#: 3261
LAKE, Robert [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] rlake@rci.rutgers.edu, presenting author, primary
author
ZITCER, Andrew [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] awzitcer@eden.rutgers.edu
Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FIVE PAPERS
13.2 LINKING REGIONAL FORM, BEHAVIOR, AND SUSTAINABLE OUTCOMES

Moderator/Discussant: WHEELER, Stephen [University of California, Davis] smwheeler@ucdavis.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 534
URBAN FORM V. URBAN DESIGN IN SHAPING ENERGY AND CLIMATE EFFICEINT URBAN REGIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3358
COLGAN, Charles [University of Southern Maine] colgan@maine.edu

Abstract Index #: 535
AN EMPIRICAL TEST OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUSTAINABILITY AND URBAN FORM:
BASED ON INDICATOR COMPARISONS USING SUSTAINLANE SUSTAINABLE CITY RANKINGS.
Abstract System ID#: 3364
KIM, Boah [Texas A&M University] boahboah@hotmail.com, presenting author, primary author
NEUMAN, Michael [Texas A&M University] neuman@tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 538
UNBALANCED MORPHOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING: LAND USE PATTERNS ANALYSIS OF US
MEGAREGIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3479
KO, Youngho [Texas A&M University] youngho.ko@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
BRIGHT, Elise [Texas A&M University] ebright@arch.tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 546
MEGAREGIONS: CONVERGENCE AND DIVERGENCE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR SPATIAL PLANNING
AND INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3589
WOO, Myungje [Georgia Institute of Technology] myungje.woo@coa.gatech.edu
ROSS, Catherine [Georgia Institute of Technology] catherine.ross@coa.gatech.edu

Abstract Index #: 553
URBAN FORM AND VEHICLE MILES TRAVELED AT THE METROPOLITAN SCALE: THE
RELATIONSHIP IN CONSIDERATION OF POLYCENTRIC URBAN STRUCTURE
Abstract System ID#: 3670
YI, YoungJae [Texas A&M University] y-yi@tamu.edu, presenting author, primary author
LI, Ming-Han [Texas A&M University] minghan@tamu.edu
LEE, Chanam [Texas A&M University] chanam@tamu.edu


Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FIVE PAPERS
14.2 TRANSPORTATION MODE CHOICE AND BEHAVIOR AMONG IMMIGRANTS

Moderator/Discussant: BLUMENBERG, Evelyn [University of California, Los Angeles] eblumenb@ucla.edu

Abstract Index #: 591
IMMIGRANTS’ TRANSPORTATION PATTERNS IN CANADA: LESSONS LEARNED AND DIRECTIONS
FOR FUTURE RESEARCH
Abstract System ID#: 3349
THOMAS, Ren [University of British Columbia] planningutopia@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 595
THE INWARD FOCUS OF ETHNIC NEIGHBORHOODS & TRAVEL BEHAVIOR
Abstract System ID#: 3407
SMART, Michael [University of California, Los Angeles] mikesmart@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 622
CATCH-AS-CATCH-CAN: PRIVATE AND INFORMAL TRANSIT IN IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3733
KLEIN, Nicholas [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] nick.klein@rutgers.edu, presenting author, primary
author
CHATMAN, Daniel [University of California, Berkeley] dgc@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 637
SUSTAINABILITY AND IMMIGRATION-FUELED URBAN GROWTH: A SURVEY OF TRAVEL AND
RESIDENTIAL LOCATION CHOICES AMONG US RESIDENTS BORN IN INDIA, LATIN AMERICA AND
THE US
Abstract System ID#: 3841
CHATMAN, Daniel [University of California, Berkeley] dgc@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 651
INCLUDING IMMIGRANT BIKE COMMUTERS: HOW BIKE ACTIVISTS CONNECT INVISIBLE
CYCLISTS WITH URBAN PLANNING IN LOS ANGELES
Abstract System ID#: 3968
LUGO, Adonia [University of California, Irvine] lugoa@uci.edu


Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
14.4 FAST TRACKING HIGH SPEED RAIL

Moderator/Discussant: CORNILLIE, Tom [Independent Scholar] tcornill@umich.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 575
HSRTROPOLIS IN TOKYO AND SHANGHAI: A LOOMING URBAN FORM
Abstract System ID#: 3176
CHEN, Xueming [Virginia Commonwealth University] xchen2@vcu.edu

Abstract Index #: 605
IMPACT OF HIGH-SPEED RAIL ON AGGLOMERATION ECONOMIES
Abstract System ID#: 3523
CHEN, Mengke [University of Pennsylvania] mengke@design.upenn.edu

Abstract Index #: 621
OPTIMIZING A HIGH-SPEED RAIL ROUTE USING SUSTAINABILITY FACTORS AND GIS
Abstract System ID#: 3693
KIM, Hwan Yong [Texas A&M University] double.hs@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
WUNNEBURGER, Douglas [Texas A&M University] d-wunneburger@tamu.edu
MORGAN, Curtis [Texas Transportation Institute] c-morgan@ttimail.tamu.edu
NEUMAN, Michael [Texas A&M University] mneuman@arch.tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 641
HIGH SPEED RAIL AND COMMUTING PATTERNS IN CHINA
Abstract System ID#: 3886
ZHAO, Jinhua [University of British Columbia] jinhua.zhao@ubc.ca, presenting author, primary author
WANG, Ling [University of British Columbia] lingxwang@gmail.com
Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
FIVE PAPERS
15.6 RE-IMAGINING SUSTAINABILITY

Moderator/Discussant: LARCO, Nico [University of Oregon] nlarco@uoregon.edu (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 680
RESTORATIVE URBANISM: BEYOND SUSTAINABILITY TO PROSPERITY
Abstract System ID#: 3372
ELLIN, Nan [University of Utah] nan.ellin@utah.edu

Abstract Index #: 697
CAMPUSES AND THEIR SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES COLLABORATING FOR SUSTAINABILITY
Abstract System ID#: 3793
TOKER, Zeynep [California State University Northridge] ztoker@csun.edu, presenting author, primary author
PRIETO, Elisson Cesar [Federal University of Uberlândia] elisson@ig.ufu.br

          Abstract Index #: 705
URBANISM ON THE RUN: PLANNING AND ALTERNATE FUTURES IN KANSAS CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3952
WAGNER, Jacob [University of Missouri-Kansas City] wagnerjaco@umkc.edu

Abstract Index #: 692
FROM SUBURBIA TO SUSTAINABILITY: ENVISIONING THE NEW AMERICAN CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3691
MACEDO, Joseli [University of Florida] joseli@ufl.edu, presenting author, primary author
ERDELY, Laura [University of Florida] l.erdely@ufl.edu

          Abstract Index #: 679
SUSTAINABILITY OF SUBURBAN RETAILING: COMMERCIAL NODES AND RIBBONS IN THE
TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
Abstract System ID#: 3323
BANAI, Reza [University of Memphis] rbanai@memphis.edu


Thursday, October 13, 9:45am – 11:15am
16.5         ROUNDTABLE - ENVISIONING PLANNING EDUCATION IN THE CONTEXT OF THE
UNIVERSITY

Moderator: SCHEER, Brenda [Dean, University of Utah] scheer@arch.utah.edu

Abstract Index #: 727
Abstract System ID#: 3750

FRIEDMAN, Daniel [Dean, University of Washington] dsfx@u.washington.edu
FORBES, Geraldine [Dean, University of New Mexico] gforbes@unm.edu
PONCE DE LEON, Monica [Dean, University of Michigan] mpdl@umich.edu
SHIBLEY, Robert [Dean, State University of New York at Buffalo] rshibley@buffalo.edu
STEINER, Frederick [Dean, University of Texas at Austin] fsteiner@austin.utexas.edu


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
1.3 PLANNING SUPPORT SYSTEMS AND RELATED MODELS
Moderator/Discussant: HOPKINS, Lewis [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] ldhopkin@illinois.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 1
DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MONTGOMERY AREA MPO CUBE LAND MODEL
Abstract System ID#: 3014
CLAY, Michael [Brigham Young University] clay@byu.edu, presenting author, primary author
WHITE, Wade [Whitehouse Group] wwhite@wgianalytics.com

Abstract Index #: 23
IDENTIFYING THE LESSONS FROM SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATIONS OF PLANNING SUPPORT
SYSTEMS IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND USE–TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PRACTICES
Abstract System ID#: 3817
OMUNGA, Philip [Kansas State University] desval@ksu.edu, presenting author
KIM, Jae Hong [Kansas State University] jaekim@k-state.edu, primary author

Abstract Index #: 9
PLANNING SUPPORT SYSTEMS: A COMPUTER ASSISTED MASS APPRAISAL (CAMA) SYSTEM FOR
CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO
Abstract System ID#: 3303
PENA, Sergio [El Colegio de la Frontera Norte] spena@colef.mx

Abstract Index #: 27
USING CENSUS DATA TO CATEGORIZE AND ENVISION NEIGHBORHOOD SUSTAINABILITY
PROSPECTS
Abstract System ID#: 3975
BOSSARD, Earl [San Jose State University] bossard3@pacbell.net


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
2.5 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION - OLD TOOLS, NEW TARGETS I

Co-organizer: LOWE, Nichola [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] nlowe@unc.edu
Co-organizer: LESTER, Thomas William [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] twlester@unc.edu

Moderator/Discussant: HOWLAND, Marie [University of Maryland] mhowland@umd.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 32
ASSESSING ECONOMIC IMPACTS AMID RAPID CHANGE: THE CASE OF U.S. DEFENSE
COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3019
DRUCKER, Joshua [University of Illinois at Chicago] jdruck@uic.edu

Abstract Index #: 43
COMMUNITY AGENCY, ASSETS, AND THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONAL FORCES IN ENHANCING
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE
Abstract System ID#: 3209
FREYER, Allan [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] amfreyer@email.unc.edu, presenting author, primary
author
LOWE, Nichola [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] nlowe@unc.edu

Abstract Index #: 46
WHEN ARE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE GRANTS SUCCESSFUL? EVIDENCE FROM A
TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS OF RECRUITMENT DEALS IN THE NC’S RESEARCH TRIANGLE REGION
Abstract System ID#: 3216
LESTER, Thomas William [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] twlester@unc.edu, presenting author,
primary author
LOWE, Nichola [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] nlowe@unc.edu
FREYER, Allan [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] amfreyer@email.unc.edu

Abstract Index #: 41
TRENDS IN BUSINESS INCENTIVE USE: ACCOUNTABILITY, QUALITY OF LIFE, AND STRATEGIES
FOR RECESSIONARY TIMES
Abstract System ID#: 3226
WARNER, Mildred [Cornell University] mew15@cornell.edu, presenting author, primary author
ZHENG, Lingwen [Cornell University] lingwen.zheng@gmail.com


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
THREE PAPERS
5.3 FORECLOSURES AND NEIGHBORHOODS

Moderator/Discussant: HORN, Keren [New York University] kerenhorn@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 214
DOES HOMESTEADING MATTER? ANALYZING FORECLOSURE RATES IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FL
Abstract System ID#: 3174
STROM, Elizabeth [University of South Florida] estrom@cas.usf.edu, presenting author, primary author
ANACKER, Katrin [George Mason University] kanacker@gmu.edu

Abstract Index #: 276
THE EFFECT OF THE HOUSING CRISIS ON NEIGHBORHOOD PROBLEMS
Abstract System ID#: 3856
ALLEN, Ryan [University of Minnesota] allen650@umn.edu

Abstract Index #: 209
ANALYZING THE FORECLOSURE CRISIS IN APPALACHIA
Abstract System ID#: 3090
TIGHE, Rosie [Appalachian State University] tighejr@appstate.edu


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
3.1 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: LESSONS FROM SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING – SESSION B

Moderator/Discussant: GUHATHAKURTA, Subhro [Georgia Institute of Technology]
subhro.guha@coa.gatech.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 116
PLANNING FOR URBAN REGENERATION AND ENERGY INVESTMENTS: ISSUES OF CONFLICT AND
COMPATIBILITY
Abstract System ID#: 3382
MEYER, Peter [University of Louisville] pbmeyer@louisville.edu

Abstract Index #: 120
LEED-ND RATING SYSTEM: EVALUATING SUSTAINABLE PROJECTS AND PLANS
Abstract System ID#: 3442
GARDE, Ajay [University of California, Irvine] agarde@uci.edu

Abstract Index #: 121
REDUCING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS THROUGH LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACTION: CASE
STUDIES OF EIGHT CALIFORNIA CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3453
SALON, Deborah [University of California, Davis] ddsalon@ucdavis.edu

Abstract Index #: 173
NEIGHBORHOOD GROUP CONQUERS FLOODING WITH NEW “BEST PRACTICES” AND “GREEN
SOLUTIONS”
Abstract System ID#: 4021
PETRIE, Pattsi [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] pattsi@uiuc.edu


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
5.4 THE EFFECTS OF FORECLOSURES ON HOUSEHOLDS

Moderator/Discussant: HYRA, Derek [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] dhyra@vt.edu

Abstract Index #: 274
ENVISIONING HOUSEHOLD RECOVERY AFTER FORECLOSURE: FORMER HOMEOWNERS SEEKING
RELIEF, REDEFINING HAPPINESS AND HOMEOWNERSHIP
Abstract System ID#: 3833
MARTIN, Anne [University of California, Berkeley] anne_martin@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 226
DO FORECLOSURE DELAYS IMPROVE BORROWER OUTCOMES? EVIDENCE FROM RIGHT-TO-CURE
LAWS IN MASSACHUSETTS
Abstract System ID#: 3283
LAMBIE HANSON, Lauren [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] lslh@mit.edu, presenting author
GERARDI, Kristopher [Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta] kristopher.gerardi@atl.frb.org, primary author
WILLEN, Paul [Federal Reserve Bank of Boston] paul.willen@bos.frb.org

Abstract Index #: 208
SERVICER HETEROGENEITY AND SPATIAL HETEROGENEITY OF LOSS MITIGATION PRACTICES IN
THE SOFT HOUSING MARKET
Abstract System ID#: 3082
DING, Lei [Wayne State University] lei_ding@wayne.edu

Abstract Index #: 238
THE IMPACT OF HIGH-RISK LOANS ON BORROWERS’ HOME VALUES AND NEIGHBORHOOD
QUALITY
Abstract System ID#: 3425
LEE, Yun Sang [Georgia Institute of Technology] ylee30@gatech.edu


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
6.3 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: SUSTAINABLE LAND DEVELOPMENT IN ASIAN CITIES

Organizer: SHATKIN, Gavin [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor] shatkin@umich.edu

Moderator/Discussant: ZHANG, Tingwei [University of Illinois at Chicago] tzhang2uic.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 310
COMPETITION FOR LAND RENTS IN PERI-URBAN AREAS AND SUSTAINABLE CHINA’S
URBANIZATION
Abstract System ID#: 3368
ZHU, Jieming [National University of Singapore] rstzhujm@nus.edu.sg

Abstract Index #: 341
URBAN PLANNING IN SHENZHEN 1978-2010: A CRITICAL REVIEW AND EVALUATION
Abstract System ID#: 3792
LI, Shujuan [Utah State University] shujuan.li@usu.edu, presenting author, primary author
YANG, Bo [Utah State University] bo.yang@usu.edu
SUI, Daniel [The Ohio State University] sui.10@osu.edu

Abstract Index #: 324
THE TRUE MEANING OF THE ‘SINGAPORE MODEL’: LAND ACQUISITION, STATE CAPITALISM AND
URBAN PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3487
SHATKIN, Gavin [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor] shatkin@umich.edu

Abstract Index #: 307
FROM FARMING TO DEVELOPMENT: AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO REAL ESTATE
DEVELOPMENT IN PUNE, INDIA
Abstract System ID#: 3312
SAMI, Neha [University of Michigan] nehasami@umich.edu


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
8.2 HEALTH EQUITY & PLANNING

Moderator: GOLDSMITH, William [Cornell University] wwg1@cornell.edu

Discussant: CORBURN, Jason [University of California, Berkeley] jcorburn@berkeley.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 401
WHY THE DRUG WAR FILLS PRISONS AND WRECKS NEIGHBORHOODS, BUT DOES NOT STOP DRUG
USE
Abstract System ID#: 3185
GOLDSMITH, William [Cornell University] wwg1@cornell.edu

Abstract Index #: 405
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, PARKS AND LATINO/A CHILDREN IN LANCASTER, PA
Abstract System ID#: 3269
BOSE, Mallika [The Pennsylvania State University] mub13@psu.edu, presenting author, primary author
DIMOND, Kirk [The Pennsylvania State University] kwd120@psu.edu

Abstract Index #: 429
EMPOWERING HEALTHY COMMUNITIES: FROM VISION AND TECHNOLOGY TO ACTION
Abstract System ID#: 3910
WUERZER, Thomas [University of Cincinnati] wuerzets@mail.uc.edu, presenting author, primary author
AUFFREY, Christopher [University of Cincinnati] chris.auffrey@uc.edu

Abstract Index #: 427
EFFECTS OF MARCELLUS SHALE GAS DEVELOPMENT ON ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH
Abstract System ID#: 3887
ORLAND, Brian [The Pennsylvania State University] boo1@psu.edu, presenting author, primary author
BOSE, Mallika [The Pennsylvania State University] mub13@psu.edu
DAVIS, Kelly [The Pennsylvania State University] kdc156@psu.edu
SLIWINSKI, Martin [The Pennsylvania State University] mjs56@psu.edu
FERRERI, Paola [The Pennsylvania State University] cpf3@psu.edu
SCIEGAJ, Mark [The Pennsylvania State University] mxs838@psu.edu
COLE, Charles [The Pennsylvania State University] cac13@psu.edu


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FIVE PAPERS
11.3 PLANNING PROCESS CHALLENGES AND REMEDIES

Moderator: MANDARANO, Lynn [Temple University] lynn.mandarano@temple.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 487
RECOVERY OF COLLECTIVE LAND CLAIMS: AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF
THE NEGEV BEDOUIN IN ISRAEL
Abstract System ID#: 3379
SIMONS, Robert [Cleveland State University] r.simons@csuohio.edu
BERKOWITZ, Dan [Technion - Israel Institute of Technology]
GLICK, Lior [Technion - Israel Institute of Technology]
SIMON, Nir Ben [Technion - Israel Institute of Technology]
KASHYAP, Anil [University of Ulster]

Abstract Index #: 495
FROM VISION TO LAW: PLANNING AND THE LAMARCKIAN EVOLUTION OF LEGAL REGIMES
Abstract System ID#: 3909
LONG, Jerrold [University of Idaho] jlong@uidaho.edu

Abstract Index #: 494
STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS OF LAND RECYCLING IN CHINESE CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3855
LI, Xin [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] xinli@mit.edu

          Abstract Index #: 493
BARRIERS AND BRIDGES TO SEA LEVEL RISE PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3795
FRANK, Kathryn [University of Florida] kifrank@ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 483
CONFLICT, UNCERTAINTY AND ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT ON THE DELAWARE RIVER
Abstract System ID#: 3134
MANDARANO, Lynn [Temple University] lynn.mandarano@temple.edu, presenting author, primary author
MASON, Rob [Temple University] rmason@temple.edu


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
12.7 TALES FROM PLANNING PRACTICE

Moderator/Discussant: BANERJEE, Tridib [University of Southern California] tbanerje@usc.edu (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 523
“ENVISIONING THE RE-RAILED METROPOLIS” - HIGH-SPEED RAIL AS A CONTESTED VISION FOR
ENHANCING URBAN COMPETITIVENESS IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Abstract System ID#: 4008
PETERS, Deike [USC/TU Berlin] d.peters@usc.edu
Abstract Index #: 511
PLANNING IN A POST-DEMOCRATIC TRANSITIONAL SOCIETY -THE CONFRONTATION OF
DIFFERENT PLANNING IDEAS AND REAL POLITICS IN TAIWAN
Abstract System ID#: 3568
TUNG, Chienhung [National Chung-Hsing University] ct176@columbia.edu

          Abstract Index #: 502
URBAN PLANNING, PUBLIC INTEREST AND SOCIAL JUSTICE: A CRITICAL INTERPRETATION OF
THE PRESERVATION MOVEMENT OF TAIWAN PROVINCIAL LEPROSARIUM
Abstract System ID#: 3201
YEN, Liangyi [Fujen Catholic University] 057095@mail.fju.edu.tw

          Abstract Index #: 518
PERSPECTIVES ON URBAN PLANNING AND THE REBUILDING PROCESS OF PORT-AU-PRINCE AND
LEOGANE, HAITI
Abstract System ID#: 3710
ETIENNE, Harley [Georgia Institute of Technology] hfe@gatech.edu


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
14.5 SAFETY AND EVACUATION PLANNING

Moderator: STONEBRAKER, Eric [University of Colorado, Denver] estonebr@uwalumni.com

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 558
DESIGNING COMMUNITIES FOR THE SAFETY OF OLDER PEDESTRIANS AND MOTORISTS
Abstract System ID#: 3047
DUMBAUGH, Eric [Florida Atlantic University] edumbaug@fau.edu

Abstract Index #: 564
THE ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRIBUTING FACTORS TO BICYCLIST AND PEDESTRIAN
CRASHES
Abstract System ID#: 3081
KIM, Dohyung [California State Polytechnic University - Pomona] dohyungkim@csupomona.edu

Abstract Index #: 588
LEAVING TOGETHER OR SEPARATELY? REDUCING IMPACT ON TRANSPORTATION
INFRASTRUCTURE DURING EVACUATION
Abstract System ID#: 3315
MAGHELAL, Praveen [University of North Texas] Praveen.Maghelal@unt.edu, presenting author, primary author
LEE, Xiangyu [University of North Texas] laoyuman@hotmail.com
PEACOCK, Walter Gillis [Texas A&M University] peacock@tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 659
THE IMPACT OF STREET CONFIGURATION ON THE PREVALENCE OF MAJOR ROADS AND THE
SAFETY OF PEDESTRIANS AND BICYCLISTS
Abstract System ID#: 4000
STONEBRAKER, Eric [University of Colorado, Denver] estonebr@uwalumni.com, presenting author, primary
author
MARSHALL, Wesley [University of Colorado, Denver] wesleyemarshall@gmail.com
Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
14.12 PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLING ISSUES

Moderator: LARCO, Nico [University of Oregon] nlarco@uoregon.edu

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 581
EFFECT OF INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS ON BICYCLING AND WALKING IN TWO
METROPOLITAN AREAS
Abstract System ID#: 3279
EWING, Reid [University of Utah] ewing@arch.utah.edu, presenting author, primary author
HANDY, Susan [University of California Davis] slhandy@ucdavis.edu

Abstract Index #: 618
EVALUATING WALKING AND BICYCLING INTERVENTIONS; AN OVERVIEW OF LONGITUDINAL
RESEARCH ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF NON-MOTORIZED TRANSPORTATION PROMOTION
Abstract System ID#: 3669
PIATKOWSKI, Daniel [University of Colorado, Denver] dan.piatkowski@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 625
CHALLENGING THE BICYCLE COMPATIBILITY INDEX (BCI): HOW EFFECTIVE IS THE BCI?
Abstract System ID#: 3752
SILCOTT, Jenna [The Ohio State University] jsilcott@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
AKAR, Gulsah [The Ohio State University] akar.3@osu.edu

Abstract Index #: 689
OVERLOOKED DESTINATIONS: SUBURBAN NODES, CENTERS, AND TRIPS TO STRIPS
Abstract System ID#: 3591
LARCO, Nico [University of Oregon] nlarco@uoregon.edu


Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
THREE PAPERS
15.7 TRADITIONAL URBANISM SESSION

Moderator/Discussant: NEMETH, Jeremy [University of Colorado, Denver jeremy.nemeth@ucdenver.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 677
BETWEEN PAST AND FUTURE: THE ROLE OF TRADITION IN URBAN DESIGN
Abstract System ID#: 3308
ELLIS, Cliff [Clemson University] cliffoe@clemson.edu

Abstract Index #: 706
THE RHETORIC OF NEW URBANISM
Abstract System ID#: 3955
BRODY, Jason [Kansas State University] jbrody@ksu.edu

Abstract Index #: 670
SMART PARCELISATION: RECONCILING DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN PRIORITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3093
ADAMS, David [University of Glasgow] david.adams@glasgow.ac.uk, presenting author, primary author
TIESDELL, Steve [University of Glasgow] steven.tiesdell@glasgow.ac.uk
Thursday, October 13, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
16.1 RESILIENT CITIES WITH WICKED PROBLEMS

Moderator/Discussant: VALE, Lawrence [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] ljvale@mit.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 714
PLANNING AT THE CENTURY SCALE: CLIMATE CHANGE WEAK AND STRONG
Abstract System ID#: 3074
HAMIN, Elisabeth [University of Massachusetts Amherst] emhamin@larp.umass.edu

Abstract Index #: 712
ENVISIONING RESILIENCE: UNDERSTANDING COMMUNITY RESILIENCE IN SAN FRANCISCO
Abstract System ID#: 3065
SHEA, Jennifer [San Francisco State University] jshea@sfsu.edu

Abstract Index #: 726
FROM SILOS TO SYNERGIES: GRAND VISION PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE
Abstract System ID#: 3736
FITZGERALD, Joan [Northeastern University] jo.fitzgerald@neu.edu

Abstract Index #: 723
PLANNING IN THE FOG OF WAR: WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM DISASTER RECOVERY?
Abstract System ID#: 3392
OLSHANSKY, Robert [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] robo@illinois.edu, presenting author, primary
author
HOPKINS, Lewis [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] ldhopkin@illinois.edu


Thursday, October 13, 2:45pm – 3:45pm
TWO PAPERS
1.8 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: IN HONOR AND MEMORY OF ANDY ISSERMAN: INSPIRATION,
ANALYSIS AND EVIDENCE - SESSION 1

Moderator/Discussant: GUHATHAKURTA, Subhro [Georgia Institute of Technology]
subhro.guha@coa.gatech.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 14
OPTIMISM AND FEAR IN PLANNING THE FUTURE: EMBEDDING FORECASTS AND
INTERPRETATION IN COMMUNITY NARRATIVE
Abstract System ID#: 3411
MYERS, Dowell [University of Southern California] dowell@usc.edu

Abstract Index #: 20
SHAPING THE FUTURE THROUGH NARRATIVE WITH EVIDENCE
Abstract System ID#: 3616
ISSERMAN, Noah [University of Cambridge] ni225@cam.ac.uk, presenting author, primary author
MARKUSEN, Ann [University of Minnesota] markusen@umn.edu


Thursday, October 13, 2:45pm – 3:45pm
THREE PAPERS
7.6 CONTAINING SPRAWL
Moderator/Discussant: LOH, Carolyn [Wayne State University] cm9329@wayne.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 363
EVALUATING URBAN GROWTH BOUNDARIES USING SPATIAL HAZARD MODELS: EVIDENCE FROM
THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Abstract System ID#: 3058
CARRUTHERS, John [George Washington University] jic@gwu.edu, presenting author
HEPP, Selma [University of Maryland] selma@umd.edu, primary author
RENNER, Robert [U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development] robert.n.renner@hud.gov

Abstract Index #: 390
EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHANGES IN FARMLAND AND POPULATION GROWTH:
1982-2007
Abstract System ID#: 3798
WARNKEN, Charles [University of Oklahoma] cwarnken@ou.edu

Abstract Index #: 374
LOCAL DETERMINANTS OF SMART GROWTH APPLICATIONS: EVIDENCE FROM MARYLAND
Abstract System ID#: 3273
ALI, Amal K. [Salisbury University] akali@salisbury.edu


Thursday, October 13, 2:45pm – 3:45pm
13.8 ROUNDTABLE: HAS REALITY CHECK(TM) IMPROVED REGIONAL PLANNING?

Moderator: MALIZIA, Emil [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] malizia@email.unc.edu

Abstract Index #: 531
Abstract System ID#: 3131

QUAY, Ray [Arizona State University] ray.quay@asu.edu
KNAAP, Gerrit [University of Maryland at College Park] gknaap@umd.edu


Thursday, October 13, 2:45pm – 3:45pm
THREE PAPERS
15.5 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: URBAN DESIGN EDUCATION

Moderator/Discussant: SCHEER, Brenda [University of Utah] scheer@arch.utah.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 690
URBAN DESIGN EDUCATION: PERSPECTIVES ACROSS CITY PLANNING PROGRAMS
Abstract System ID#: 3623
ROBINSON, John [The University of Pennsylvania] johnrob@design.upenn.edu

Abstract Index #: 694
TEACHING SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING AND DESIGN
Abstract System ID#: 3700
WHEELER, Stephen [University of California, Davis] smwheeler@ucdavis.edu

Abstract Index #: 710
EDUCATING INDIRECT DESIGNERS - THE OTHER HALF OF THE FIELD OF URBAN DESIGN
Abstract System ID#: 4025
LARICE, Michael [University of Utah] Larice@arch.utah.edu
Thursday, October 13, 2:45pm – 3:45pm
ROUNDTABLE - DAVIDOFF AWARDEES DISCUSS SOCIAL JUSTICE

Moderator: THOMAS, June [University of Michigan] thomasju@umich.edu

Abstract Index #: 719
Abstract System ID#: 3127

BRIGHT, Elise [Texas A&M University] ebright@archmail.tamu.edu
CONNERLY, Charles [University of Iowa] charles-connerly@uiowa.edu
CORBURN, Jason [University of California, Berkeley] jcorburn@berkeley.edu
GOETZ, Edward [University of Minnesota] egoetz@umn.edu
VALE, Lawrence [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] ljvale@mit.edu
DE SOUSA BRIGGS, Xavier [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] xbriggs@mit.edu
KRUMHOLZ, Norman [Cleveland State University] n.krumholz@csuohio.edu


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
POCIG HOSTED ROUNDTABLE – DISMANTLING WHITE PRIVILEGE IN ACSP AND THE PLANNING
ACADEMY

Moderator: REARDON, Ken [The University of Memphis] kreardon@memphis.edu

GOLDSMITH, William W. Goldsmith [Cornell University] wwg1@cornell.edu
HARTMAN, Chester [Poverty, Race Research Action Center] chartman@prrac.org
MARCUSE, Peter [Columbia University] pm35@columbia.edu
SANDERCOCK, Leonie [University of British Columbia] leonies@interchange.ubc.ca


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
5.20 ROUNDTABLE - A TALE OF THREE CITIES: EXPLORING URBAN GROWTH AND DECLINE IN THE
DETROIT, MIAMI AND THE RESEARCH TRIANGLE METROPOLITAN AREAS

Moderator: NIJMAN, Jan [University of Miami] nijman@miami.edu

Abstract Index #: 269
Abstract System ID#: 3777

GALSTER, George [Wayne State University] george.galster@wayne.edu
ROHE, William [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] brohe@unc.edu


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
6.18 GPEIG HOSTED ROUNDTABLE: PLANNING PRACTICE AND EVERYDAY URBANISM

Moderator: SHATKIN, Gavin [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor] shatkin@umich.edu

Abstract Index #: 298
Abstract System ID#: 3239

BERNEY, Rachel [University of Southern California] berney@usc.edu
RUMBACH, Andrew [University of Hawaii at Manoa] rumbach@gmail.com
SANDOVAL, Gerardo [University of Oregon] gsando@uoregon.edu
VIDYARTHI, Sanjeev [University of Illinois at Chicago] svidy@uic.edu
Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
8.8 ROUNDTABLE: THE ROLE OF GEOSPATIAL DATA AND ANALYSIS IN ENVISIONING A
HEALTHIER TOMORROW

Moderator: STEINER, Ruth [University of Florida] rsteiner@dcp.ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 422
Abstract System ID#: 3815

MOUDON, Anne Vernez [University of Washington] moudon@u.washington.edu
PENDALL, Rolf [The Urban Institute] rpendall@urban.org
ABUKHATER, Ahmed [ESRI] AAbukhater@esri.com


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
9.8 ROUNDTABLE: ENCOURAGING POWERFUL STUDENT WRITING

Moderator: MARKUSEN, Ann [University of Minnesota] markusen@umn.edu

Abstract Index #: 436
Abstract System ID#: 3170

DUNLAP, Louise [Tufts University] changewrite@earthlink.net
BATES, Lisa [Portland State University] lkbates@pdx.edu
GOLDMAN, Laurie [Tufts University] laurie.goldman@tufts.edu


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
9.9 ROUNDTABLE: MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT

Moderator: CONN, W. David [California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo] dconn@calpoly.edu

Abstract Index #: 439
Abstract System ID#: 3186

MERITS, Shonagh [Planning Accreditation Board] smerits@planningaccreditationboard.org
ALTMAIER, Elizabeth [University of Iowa] elizabeth-altmaier@uiowa.edu
CLAPP, Tara [Iowa State University] tlclapp@iastate.edu
JOHNSTON, Douglas [Iowa State University] dmjohnst@iastate.edu


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
9.10 ROUNDTABLE: DO DICK AND JANE STUDENT PLANNER UNDERSTAND REAL WORLD
DECISION MAKING?

Moderator: PETRIE, Pattsi [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] pattsi@uiuc.edu

Abstract Index #: 450
Abstract System ID#: 3734

BOSWELL, Michael [California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo] mboswell@calpoly.edu
JOHNSON, Bonnie [University of Kansas] bojojohn@ku.edu
NOCKS, Barry [Clemson University] nocks2@clemson.edu
Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
10.7 ROUNDTABLE: PLANNING HISTORY AND HISTORICAL INSTITUTIONALISM

Moderator: SORENSEN, Andre [University of Toronto] sorensen@utsc.utoronto.ca

Abstract Index #: 480
Abstract System ID#: 3914

BEAUREGARD, Robert [Columbia University] rab48@columbia.edu
EHRENFEUCHT, Renia [University of New Orleans] rehrenfe@uno.edu
SILVER, Christopher [University of Florida] silver2@dcp.ufl.edu
TAYLOR, Zack [University of Toronto] zack.taylor@utoronto.ca
VERMA, Niraj [Virginia Commonwealth University] nverma2@vcu.edu


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
11.4 ROUNDTABLE WITH THE AUTHORS OF “COLLABORATIVE RESILIENCE: MOVING FROM CRISIS
TO OPPORTUNITY”, MIT PRESS OCTOBER 2011

Abstract Index #: 496
Abstract System ID#: 4018

Moderator: GOLDSTEIN, Bruce [University of Colorado, Denver] brugomail@yahoo.com

RANDOLPH, John [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] energy@vt.edu
OZAWA, Connie [Portland State University] ozawac@pdx.edu
KAUFMAN, Sanda [Cleveland State University] s.kaufman@csuohio.edu
BUTLER, William [Florida State University] wbutler@fsu.edu
ZELLNER, Moira [University of Illinois at Chicago] mzellner@uic.edu


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
12.2 ROUNDTABLE- THEORISING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND
PLANNING

Moderator: BARRY, Janice [University of Glasgow] janice.barry@glasgow.ac.uk

Abstract Index #: 500
Abstract System ID#: 3172

SANDERCOCK, Leonie [University of British Columbia] leonies@interchange.ubc.ca
HIBBARD, Michael [University of Oregon] mhibbard@uoregon.edu
DORRIES, Heather [University of Toronto] heather.dorries@utoronto.ca
FREITAS, Antoinette [University of Hawaii at Manoa] antoinet@hawaii.edu


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
13.7 ROUNDTABLE: REGIONAL PLANNING IN AMERICA

Moderator: SELTZER, Ethan [Portland State University] seltzer@pdx.edu

Abstract Index #: 527
Abstract System ID#: 3040

CARBONELL, Armando [university] email (invited)
LEWIS, Rebecca [University of Maryland at College Park] rclewis819@gmail.com (invited)
GABBE, CJ [Fregonese and Associates] email (invited)
BARNETT, Jonathan [University of Pennsylvania] jonathanbarnett@verizon.net (invited)
ROSAN, Christina [Temple University] email (invited)


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
14.22 ROUNDTABLE: THE CHANGING NATURE OF PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT IN TRANSPORTATION
DECISION-MAKING

Moderator: RAMASUBRAMANIAN, Laxmi [Hunter College of CUNY] laxmi@hunter.cuny.edu

Abstract Index #: 570
Abstract System ID#: 3137

GROSSARDT, Ted [University of Kentucky] tgrossardt@uky.edu
SANCHEZ, Thomas [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] sanchezt@vt.edu


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
15.1          ROUNDTABLE: PLACEMAKING, GRANTMAKING, KNOWLEDGE-BUILDING: THE RUDY
BRUNER AWARD AS AN INNOVATIVE RESEARCH MODEL

Moderator: SHIBLEY, Robert [State University of New York at Buffalo] rshibley@buffalo.edu

Abstract Index #: 691
Abstract System ID#: 3709

PITERA, Dan [University of Detroit Mercy] piteradw@udmercy.edu


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
15.2 ROUNDTABLE: CREATING SUSTAINABLE AND LIVABLE COMMUNITIES: PERSPECTIVES FROM
ACADEMIA

Moderator: WAGNER, Fritz [University of Washington] fwagner@u.washington.edu

Abstract Index #: 667
Abstract System ID#: 3009

BIRCH, Eugenie [The University of Pennsylvania] elbirch@upenn.edu
BOYLE, Robin [Wayne State University] r.boyle@wayne.edu
AMBORSKI, David [Ryerson University] amborski@ryerson.ca
CAVES, Roger [San Diego State University] rcaves@mail.sdsu.edu


Thursday, October 13, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
ROUNDTABLE: THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN: TRACES &
TRAJECTORIES

Moderator: STEINER, Frederick [University of Texas at Austin] fsteiner@austin.utexas.edu

Abstract Index #: 731
Abstract System ID#: 4029

TANZER, Kim [University of Virginia] kmt8t@eservices.virginia.edu
BANERJEE, Tridib [University of Southern California] tbanerje@usc.edu
BOTCHWEY, Nisha [University of Virginia] nhb3b@virginia.edu


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
1.4 BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND BEHAVIORAL MODELS

Moderator/Discussant: KIM, Tschangho John [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] tjohnkim@illinois.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 15
BEYOND PREFERENCE: MODELLING SEGREGATION UNDER REGULATION
Abstract System ID#: 3474
WANG, Yiming [Cardiff University] yiming.wang@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 11
THE SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF CITIES IN THE US: A MULTI-INDICATOR ANALYSIS
Abstract System ID#: 3351
LEWIS, Rebecca [University of Maryland at College Park] rclewis819@gmail.com, presenting author, primary
author
KNAAP, Gerrit [University of Maryland at College Park] gknaap@umd.edu
HEPP, Selma [University of Maryland at College Park] hepp.selma@gmail.com

          Abstract Index #: 31
USING LOCATIVE MEDIA IN CULTURAL LANDSCAPES: A CASE STUDY OF THE ST. HELENA
ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA
Abstract System ID#: 4015
BRABEC, Elizabeth [University of Massachusetts, Amherst] ebrabec@larp.umass.edu

Abstract Index #: 2
RELATING URBAN FORM TO RESOURCE CONSUMPTION
Abstract System ID#: 3024
QUINN, David [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] djq@mit.edu


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
2.6 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION - OLD TOOLS, NEW TARGETS II

Co-organizer: LOWE, Nichola [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] nlowe@unc.edu
Co-organizer: LESTER, Thomas William [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] twlester@unc.edu

Moderator/Discussant: MARKUSEN, Ann [University of Minnesota] markusen@umn.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 33
GUNS OR BUTTER? EVALUATING THE CHANGING ROLE OF MILITARY INVESTMENT IN REGIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3064
DOUSSARD, Marc [University of Illinois at Chicago] mjd620@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 63
LOCAL GREEN JOB INITIATIVES: A RETURN FOR “FIRST SOURCE” HIRING?
Abstract System ID#: 3482
SCHROCK, Greg [Portland State University] gschrock@pdx.edu
Abstract Index #: 70
URBAN AGRICULTURE AS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: PUTTING THE EVIDENCE IN PERSPECTIVE
Abstract System ID#: 3701
WOLF-POWERS, Laura [The University of Pennsylvania] lwpowers@design.upenn.edu


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
3.5 PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS

Moderator/Discussant: STONE, Brian [Georgia Institute of Technology] stone@gatech.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 103
EVALUATING THE GHG REDUCTION BENEFITS OF RESIDENTIAL DENSIFICATION
Abstract System ID#: 3204
PITT, Damian [Virginia Commonwealth University] dpitt@vcu.edu

Abstract Index #: 127
SUSTAINABILITY IN THE SMALL CITY: EXPLORING CLIMATE CHANGE INNOVATION IN LOCAL
LAND USE POLICY
Abstract System ID#: 3501
HOMSY, George [Cornell University] gch24@cornell.edu

Abstract Index #: 128
ASSESSING THE ROLE OF CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CHANGE (CV/C) IN LOCAL PLANNING AND
POLICY MAKING (CASE STUDY - BUFFALO-NIAGARA FALLS METROPOLITAN AREA)
Abstract System ID#: 3505
GROVER, Himanshu [University at Buffalo, SUNY] hgrover2@buffalo.edu

Abstract Index #: 150
IMPLEMENTING LOCAL CLIMATE ACTION PLANS
Abstract System ID#: 3770
BOSWELL, Michael [California Polytechnic State University] mboswell@calpoly.edu, presenting author, primary
author
SEALE, Tammy [PMC, Inc.] tseale@pmcworld.com
GREVE, Adrienne [California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo] agreve@calpoly.edu


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
3.8 SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING I: INSTITUTIONS, POLITICS AND CONFLICTS

Moderator/Discussant: DYCKMAN, Caitlin [Clemson University] cdyckma@clemson.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 90
SUSTAINABILITY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION: ISSUES, OPPORTUNITIES, CONFLICTS
Abstract System ID#: 3031
RETZLAFF, Rebecca [Auburn University] rcr0001@auburn.edu, presenting author, primary author
SISSER, Sarah Sisser [Auburn University] sms0035@auburn.edu

Abstract Index #: 119
STILL STRUGGLING FOR SUSTAINABILITY: KEY ELEMENTS AND BARRIERS TO ADOPTION
Abstract System ID#: 3432
CONROY, Maria [The Ohio State University] conroy.36@osu.edu

Abstract Index #: 154
REAL (GREEN) AMERICA: SUSTAINABLE PLANNING IN PRAGMATIC TIMES
Abstract System ID#: 3845
FINN, Donovan [Stony Brook University] donovanfinn@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 165
INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURES AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SUSTAINABILITY PLANS
Abstract System ID#: 3924
LAURIAN, Lucie [University of Iowa] lucie-laurian@uiowa.edu, presenting author, primary author
CRAWFORD, Jan [Planning Consultants, inc.] jan.crawford@xtra.co.nz


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
FIVE PAPERS
4.1 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION - LATINO URBANISM

Moderator: MIRANDA, Lucrezia [University of California, Davis] lzmiranda@ucdavis.edu

Discussant: RIOS, Michael [University of California, Davis] mxrios@ucdavis.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 182
LATINO URBANISM REVISITED: PLACEMAKING IN NEW GATEWAYS AND THE URBAN-RURAL
INTERFACE
Abstract System ID#: 3327
SANDOVAL, Gerardo [University of Oregon] gsando@uoregon.edu, presenting author, primary author
MALDONADO, Marta [Iowa State University] mmaldona@iastate.edu

Abstract Index #: 188
LATINOS, PLANNING, AND INCREMENTAL CONSTRUCTION
Abstract System ID#: 3526
GIUSTI, Cecilia [Texas A&M University] cgiusti@archmail.tamu.edu, presenting author, primary author
OLIVARES, Miriam [Texas A&M University] moa@neo.tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 191
LATINO HOME-MAKING: INVISIBLE MINORITIES IN SOUTH FLORIDA'S PLACE-MAKING DISCOURSE
Abstract System ID#: 3648
POLAKIT, Kasama [Florida Atlantic University] kpolakit@fau.edu

Abstract Index #: 184
PUBLIC SPACE PLANNING FOR LATINO AND IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES: A CASE STUDY OF
MACARTHUR PARK
Abstract System ID#: 3386
MAIN, Kelly [California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo] kdmain@calpoly.edu

          Abstract Index #: 176
LEARNING FROM URBAN KNOWLEDGE: AN ASSESSMENT OF LATINO NEW URBANISM FOR URBAN
DESIGN AND PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3088
GONZALEZ, Erualdo [California State University, Fullerton] egonzalez@fullerton.edu


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
5.7 REVITALIZING PUBLIC HOUSING: HOPE VI AND RELATED APPROACHES

Moderator/Discussant: HARDMAN, Anna [Tufts University] anna.hardman@tufts.edu
Abstract Index #: 213
PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PARTICIPATION AND THE HOPE VI PROGRAM: FINDINGS FROM
BEAUMONT, TEXAS AND DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
Abstract System ID#: 3163
TARLTON, Edward [Texas A&M University] etarlton@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
VAN ZANDT, Shannon [Texas A&M University] svanzandt@archmail.tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 225
STILL HOPEING FOR CHANGE: IMPLICATIONS OF THE CURRENT ECONOMIC CRISIS ON THE
PEOPLE-BASED STRATEGIES OF PUBLIC HOUSING REDEVELOPMENT IN SAN FRANCISCO
Abstract System ID#: 3278
RONGERUDE, Jane [Iowa State University] jrong@iastate.edu

Abstract Index #: 202
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AND HYBRIDITY IN THE DELIVERY OF PUBLIC HOUSING
Abstract System ID#: 3036
NGUYEN, Mai [University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill] mai@unc.edu, presenting author, primary author
ROHE, William [Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] brohe@unc.edu
COWAN, Spencer [University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill] spencer2@email.unc.edu


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
5.9 LESSONS FROM THE HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER PROGRAM

Moderator/Discussant: DENG, Lan [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor] landeng@umich.edu

Abstract Index #: 229
WHICH MARKETS WORK BEST FOR POVERTY DECONCENTRATION WITH HOUSING CHOICE
VOUCHERS?
Abstract System ID#: 3298
MCCLURE, Kirk [University of Kansas] mcclure@ku.edu

Abstract Index #: 283
LANDLORD INFLUENCE IN THE HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER PROGRAM
Abstract System ID#: 3972
GREENLEE, Andrew [University of Illinois at Chicago] agreen4@uic.edu

Abstract Index #: 243
THE LOCATIONAL CHOICES AND NEIGHBORHOOD QUALITY OF FEMALE-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS
WITH CHILDREN IN THE HOUSING VOUCHER PROGRAM
Abstract System ID#: 3500
YERENA, Anaid [University of California, Irvine] ayerenar@uci.edu, presenting author, primary author
BASOLO, Victoria [University of California, Irvine] basolo@uci.edu

Abstract Index #: 239
THE ROLE OF INFORMATION IN THE RESIDENTIAL DECISIONS OF HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER
HOLDERS
Abstract System ID#: 3440
HORN, Keren [New York University] kerenhorn@gmail.com


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
6.4 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE
CARIBBEAN
Organizer: FRIENDLY, Abigail [University of Toronto] abigail.friendly@utoronto.ca

Moderator/Discussant: PENA, Sergio [El Colegio de la Frontera Norte] spena@colef.mx (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 294
FLOODS IN THE SERRANA REGION OF RIO DE JANEIRO: PLANNING ISSUES IN BRAZILIAN CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3126
FRIENDLY, Abigail [University of Toronto] abigail.friendly@utoronto.ca

Abstract Index #: 304
URBAN ENVIRONMENTS AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF TOURISM
Abstract System ID#: 3282
SAUTER, Gabriela [University of Toronto] g.sauter@utoronto.ca

Abstract Index #: 343
‘HOME’ AND ‘HABITAT’: CONCEPTUAL INFLUENCES ON STATE-SANCTIONED LOW-INCOME
HOUSING, NEIGHBORHOOD AND COMMUNITY BUILDING PRACTICES IN BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA
Abstract System ID#: 3819
CUERVO, Isabel [The Graduate Center CUNY] icuervo@earthlink.net


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
7.4 LAND USE AND THE ECONOMY

Moderator/Discussant: PAULSEN, Kurt [University of Wisconsin] kpaulsen@wisc.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 385
PLANNING FOR JOBS--SMART GROWTH EMPLOYMENT LAND USE POLICIES IN THE GREATER
GOLDEN HORSESHOE REGION
Abstract System ID#: 3673
WEBBER, Steven [Ryerson University] swebber@ryerson.ca

Abstract Index #: 367
SMART GROWTH’S BLIND SIDE
Abstract System ID#: 3124
LEIGH, Nancey Green [Georgia Institute of Technology] ngleigh@coa.gatech.edu, presenting author, primary
author
HOELZEL, Nathanael [Georgia Institute of Technology] natehoelzel@gatech.edu

Abstract Index #: 395
MEASURING THE ECONOMIC AND FISCAL IMPACT OF SIGNS AND SIGN CODES
Abstract System ID#: 3967
AUFFREY, Christopher [University of Cincinnati] chris.auffrey@uc.edu, presenting author, primary author
HILDBRANDT, Hank [University of Cincinnati] Hank.Hildebrandt@uc.edu
REXHAUSEN, Jeffrey [University of Cincinnati] Jeff.Rexhausen@uc.edu


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
FIVE PAPERS
14.6 PERCEPTIONS, ATTITUDES AND PREFERENCES: DIGGING DEEPER TO UNDERSTAND TRAVEL
BEHAVIOR 1

Moderator: ADKINS, Arlie [Portland State University] adkins@pdx.edu
Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 563
HOW WILL LAND USE POLICIES AFFECT TRAVEL? THE IMPORTANCE OF RESIDENTIAL SORTING
Abstract System ID#: 3072
CAO, Jason [University of Minnesota] cao@umn.edu, presenting author
CHATMAN, Daniel G. [University of California at Berkeley] dgc@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 598
HOW CAN WE PROMOTE CARPOOLING? USING INDIVIDUAL PERCEPTIONS TO CREATE A
FRAMEWORK
Abstract System ID#: 3452
AKAR, Gulsah [The Ohio State University] akar.3@osu.edu

Abstract Index #: 608
SELF-SELECTION VERSE CONTEXTUAL EFFECTS: THE LAND USE – TRANSPORTATION
CONNECTION REVISITED
Abstract System ID#: 3570
ZHANG, Ming [University of Texas at Austin] zhangm@mail.utexas.edu, presenting author, primary author
ZHANG, Wenjia [University of Texas at Austin] wenjiazhang@mail.utexas.edu

Abstract Index #: 640
CHOOSING TRANSIT: A LOOK BEYOND TRAVEL TIME AND COST
Abstract System ID#: 3883
RUBIN, James [University of California, Berkeley] jcrubin@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 647
IDENTIFYING AGE-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN PERCEPTIONS OF WALKABILITY THROUGH
ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS AND SURVEY-BASED RESPONDENT MAPPING
Abstract System ID#: 3932
ADKINS, Arlie [Portland State University] adkins@pdx.edu, presenting author, primary author
DILL, Jennifer [Portland State University] jdill@pdx.edu
NEAL, Margaret [Portland State University] nealm@pdx.edu
LUHR, Gretchen [Portland State University] gluhr@pdx.edu


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
14.19 DEALING WITH CONGESTION

Moderator: BROADDUS, Andrea [University of California, Berkeley] abroaddus@berkeley.edu

Discussant: To be announced

Abstract Index #: 615
PLANNING CONGESTION-RESILIENT REGIONS: ARE WE DONE FIGHTING TRAFFIC?
Abstract System ID#: 3662
SWEET, Matthias [The University of Pennsylvania] msweet@design.upenn.edu

Abstract Index #: 589
UNDERSTANDING THE FACTORS THAT AFFECT TO FLORIDA LONG DISTANCE TRAVELER’S MODE
CHOICE DECISION
Abstract System ID#: 3317
CHO, Hee Deok [University of Florida] hdcho5016@ufl.edu, presenting author, primary author
STEINER, Ruth [University of Florida] rsteiner@dcp.ufl.edu
Abstract Index #: 644
EVALUATION OF IMPLEMENTATION OF CONGESTION PRICING ON THE SAN FRANCISCO-
OAKLAND BAY BRIDGE
Abstract System ID#: 3911
FRICK, Karen [University of California, Berkeley] kfrick@berkeley.edu, presenting author, primary author
KINGSLEY, Karla [University of California, Berkeley] kkingsley@berkeley.edu
BARNES, Ian [University of California, Berkeley] ibarnes@berkeley.edu
DEAKIN, Elizabeth [University of California, Berkeley] edeakin@berkeley.edu
SKABARDONIS, Alexander [University of California, Berkeley] dromeas@berkeley.edu
CERVERO, Robert [University of California, Berkeley] robertc@berkeley.edu
WONG, Jennifer [University of California, Berkeley] jenniferwong@berkeley.edu
SUN, Cindy [University of California, Berkeley] cindy_sun@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 661
ENVISIONING RESPONSES TO ROAD CAPACITY REDUCTIONS: REVIEWING EVIDENCE OF TRAVEL
SUPPRESSION, TRAFFIC EVAPORATION, AND LAND REDEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 4030
BROADDUS, Andrea [University of California, Berkeley] abroaddus@berkeley.edu


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
15.4 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: ART & PLANNING

Moderator/Discussant: GOLDSMITH, Stephen [University of Utah] stgoldsmith@gmail.com (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 673
CRITICAL CARTOGRAPHY IN URBAN PLANNING: MAPPING A BETTER CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3153
KIM, Annette [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] annette@mit.edu

          Abstract Index #: 698
THE ARTIST AS PLANNER
Abstract System ID#: 3829
CRAWFORD, Margaret [University of California, Berkeley] mcrawfor@berkeley.edu

          Abstract Index #: 703
AN ARTIST LOST IN PLANNING LAND
Abstract System ID#: 3906
WARD, Tricia [Independent Researcher] tricia-ward@sbcglobal.net


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
15.8 URBAN DESIGN PRACTICE SESSION

Moderator/Discussant: ROFE, Yodan [Ben-Gurion University of the Negev] yrofe@bgu.ac.il (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 687
IS ZONING REFORM WORKING? AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF FORM BASED CODES
Abstract System ID#: 3572
TALEN, Emily [Arizona State University] etalen@asu.edu

          Abstract Index #: 672
IMPLEMENTING URBAN DESIGN VISION: A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH FOR A CITYWIDE URBAN
DESIGN PLAN
Abstract System ID#: 3151
KALSARIYA, Sunita [University of Southern California] kalsariya@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 669
AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF URBAN DESIGN AS PUBLIC POLICY ON TORONTO’S WATERFRONT,
1970-2010
Abstract System ID#: 3079
WHITE, James [University of British Columbia] jtwhiteuk@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 668
EVOLUTION OF URBAN DESIGN PLANS IN THE US AND CANADA: WHAT DO THE PLANS TELL US
ABOUT URBAN DESIGN DISCOURSE AND PRACTICE?
Abstract System ID#: 3039
LINOVSKI, Orly [University of California, Los Angeles] linovski@ucla.edu, presenting author
LOUKAITOUSIDERIS, Anastasia [University of California, Los Angeles] sideris@ucla.edu, primary author


Friday, October 14, 8:00am – 9:30am
FIVE PAPERS
16.4 VISIONING: MEANS AND ENDS

Moderator/Discussant: KNAAP, Gerrit [University of Maryland at College Park] gknaap@umd.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 720
CITY TRAJECTORIES: A NEW PLANNING FRAMEWORK FOR ENVISIONING BETTER URBAN
FUTURES
Abstract System ID#: 3175
JABAREEN, Yosef [Technion - Israel Institute of Technology] jabareen@technion.ac.il

Abstract Index #: 728
ADVANCED SCENARIO ANALYSIS: TOOLS FOR ADDRESSING UNCERTAINTY IN REGIONAL
VISIONING
Abstract System ID#: 3796
QUAY, Ray [Arizona State University] ray.quay@asu.edu

Abstract Index #: 729
ENVISIONING FUTURES: SCENARIO PLANNING FOR UNCERTAINTY AND DIVERSITY
Abstract System ID#: 3818
ZAPATA, Marisa [University of Cincinnati] zapatama@uc.edu, presenting author, primary author
KAZA, Nikhil [University of North Carolina] nkaza@unc.edu

Abstract Index #: 716
URBANVISION: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO DESIGNING, SIMULATING AND VISUALIZING
SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES IN THE BAY AREA
Abstract System ID#: 3096
WADDELL, Paul [University of California, Berkeley] waddell@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 713
AN EVALUATION OF SKETCH TOOLS FOR VISIONING AND PLANNING SUSTAINABLE REGIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3070
AVIN, Uri [Parsons Brinckerhoff] avin@pbworld.com, presenting author, primary author
MEHTA, Jignesh [Parsons Brinckerhoff] mehta@pbworld.com
Friday, October 14, 9:45am – 11:15am
FIVE PAPERS
2.7 PLANNING FOR THE DIVERSE WORKFORCE

Moderator/Discussant: LESTER, Thomas William [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] twlester@unc.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 45
STATESIDE PUERTO RICANS AND THE PUBLIC WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM: NYC,
HARTFORD, SPRINGFIELD/HOLYOKE
Abstract System ID#: 3212
BORGES, Ramon [Clark University] rborgesmendez@clarku.edu

Abstract Index #: 66
IMMIGRANT CROSSINGS: THE STORY OF WORK IN KOREATOWN, LOS ANGELES
Abstract System ID#: 3525
KIM, Anna [Pomona College] aigoaigo@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 79
THE WORKER, FIRM, AND REGION NEXUS: HOW REAL PEOPLE AND REAL WORK SHAPE THE
REGIONAL INNOVATIVE CAPACITY
Abstract System ID#: 3922
JUNG, Namji [Cornell University] nj33@cornell.edu

Abstract Index #: 78
THE IMPACT OF THE GREEN RECOVERY ON AFRICAN AMERICAN WORKERS, BUSINESSES AND
COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3915
HARPER ANDERSON, Elsie [Virginia Commonwealth University] eharpera@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 57
CULTURAL DIVERSITY, TRUST AND URBAN ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
Abstract System ID#: 3381
KEMENY, Thomas [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] tkemeny@email.unc.edu


Friday, October 14, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
3.6 CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION

Moderator/Discussant: ANDREWS, Clinton [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] cja1@rutgers.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 130
INTEGRATED SEA LEVEL RISE ADAPTATION PLANNING USING NOAA SEA LEVEL RISE IMPACTS
VIEWER
Abstract System ID#: 3527
SHEN, Suwan [University of Florida] swshen@ufl.edu, presenting author, primary author
PENG, Zhongren [University of Florida] zpeng@ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 157
CLIMATE ADAPTATION PLANNING: PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS
Abstract System ID#: 3854
DRAKE, William [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] wdrake@vt.edu

Abstract Index #: 170
LOCAL CLIMATE ADAPTATION PLANNING IN CALIFORNIA
Abstract System ID#: 3969
GREVE, Adrienne [California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo] agreve@calpoly.edu, presenting
author, primary author
BOSWELL, Michael [California Polytechnic State University] mboswell@calpoly.edu

          Abstract Index #: 174
ADAPTATION PLANNING TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS
Abstract System ID#: 4034
PENG, Zhongren [University of Florida] zpeng@ufl.edu


Friday, October 14, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
3.7 WATER AND STORM WATER POLICY AND PRACTICE

Moderator/Discussant: OLSHANSKY, Robert [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] robo@illinois.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 115
A GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE APPROACH TO STORMWATER MANAGEMENT: LESSONS FROM
SEATTLE, MINNEAPOLIS, AND PHILADELPHIA
Abstract System ID#: 3374
LYNCH, Amy [The University of Pennsylvania] amyly@design.upenn.edu

Abstract Index #: 131
STORMWATER USER FEES AND GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE ADOPTION IN PHILADELPHIA
Abstract System ID#: 3586
HSU, David [The University of Pennsylvania] hsuyd@design.upenn.edu

Abstract Index #: 133
LAND VALUE IMPACTS OF AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION: AN ANALYSIS OF THE
RESEARCH TRIANGLE REGION OF NORTH CAROLINA
Abstract System ID#: 3600
KAZA, Nikhil [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] nkaza@unc.edu, presenting author
BENDOR, Todd [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] bendor@unc.edu, primary author

Abstract Index #: 142
METROPOLITAN WATER POLICY IN THE WET AND DRY SUNBELTS
Abstract System ID#: 3711
LANG, Robert [University of Nevada, Las Vegas] robert.lang@unlv.edu, presenting author, primary author
NICHOLAS, Christina [University of Nevada, Las Vegas] CLN@unlv.nevada.edu
DANIELSEN, Karen [University of Nevada, Las Vegas] karen.danielsen@unlv.edu


Friday, October 14, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
4.2 DIVERSITY IN THE PLANNING PRACTICE AND THE ACADEMY

Moderator: VAZQUEZ CASTILLO, Maria Teresa [University of California, Los Angeles]
ma.tere.vazquez@gmail.com

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 180
DIVERSITY IN PLANNING SCHOOLS? TESTIMONIES FROM PLANNERS OF COLOR IN PLANNING
SCHOOLS
Abstract System ID#: 3262
SEN, Siddhartha [Morgan State University] siddhartha.sen@morgan.edu, presenting author, primary author
VAZQUEZ CASTILLO, Maria Teresa [University of California, Los Angeles] ma.tere.vazquez@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 192
ASSESSING DIVERSITY: THE IMPACT OF INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES AND PRACTICES ON MINORITY
FACULTY JOB SATISFACTION
Abstract System ID#: 3655
WUBNEH, Mulatu [East Carolina University] wubnehm@ecu.edu

Abstract Index #: 185
THE CHANGING FACE OF POVERTY: RACE, CLASS, AND SPACE
Abstract System ID#: 3399
SHIPP, Sigmund [Hunter College of CUNY] sshipp@hunter.cuny.edu, presenting author, primary author
MCCORMICK, Lynn [Hunter College of CUNY] lmccormi@hunter.cuny.edu
ROCCO, Mary [Hunter College of CUNY] mrocc@hunter.cuny.edu

Abstract Index #: 199
TAKE BACK BELL! LESSONS OF LEGITIMACY, CITIZEN PARTICIPATION, AND DEMOCRATIC
GOVERNANCE IN A CITY OF IMMIGRANTS
Abstract System ID#: 4033
VAZQUEZ CASTILLO, Maria Teresa [University of California, Los Angeles] ma.tere.vazquez@gmail.com


Friday, October 14, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
5.8 LOW INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDITS

Moderator/Discussant: MCCLURE, Kirk [University of Kansas] mcclure@ku.edu

Abstract Index #: 249
EXPLORING THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF LOW INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT PROPERTIES
Abstract System ID#: 3548
DAWKINS, Casey [University of Maryland at College Park] dawkins1@umd.edu

Abstract Index #: 262
ALIGNING HOUSING POLICY WITH SMART GROWTH GOALS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE LOCATIONS
AND NEARBY BUILT ENVIRONMENT CHARACTERISTICS OF SUBSIDIZED HOUSING
Abstract System ID#: 3719
HOUSTON, Douglas [University of California, Irvine] houston@uci.edu, presenting author, primary author
BASOLO, Victoria [University of California, Irvine] basolo@uci.edu
YANG, Dongwoo [University of California, Irvine] dongwooy@uci.edu

Abstract Index #: 221
STAIN OR SUSTAIN? IMPACTS OF SUBSIDIZED RENTAL HOUSING ON IMPOVERISHED
NEIGHBORHOODS IN FLORIDA
Abstract System ID#: 3243
CHUNG, Hyungchul [University of Florida] lycrak08@ufl.edu


Friday, October 14, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
5.10 THE CHANGING FACE OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Moderator/Discussant: ANTHONY, Jerry [University of Iowa] jerry-anthony@uiowa.edu

Abstract Index #: 237
UNDERSTANDING FAITH BASED ORGANIZATIONS AS PARTNERS IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3424
BOTCHWEY, Nisha [University of Virginia] nhb3b@virginia.edu

Abstract Index #: 259
THE CHANGING ROLE OF CDCS IN GENTRIFYING NEIGHBORHOODS
Abstract System ID#: 3874
BROWN, Loulie [Portland State University] ljbrown@pdx.edu

Abstract Index #: 279
TO CBA OR NOT TO CBA: MATCHING STRATEGY TO CONTEXT IN EQUITY PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3875
MUELLER, Elizabeth [University of Texas at Austin] ejmueller@austin.utexas.edu, presenting author
BORNSTEIN, Lisa [McGill University] lisa.bornstein@mcgill.ca, primary author


Friday, October 14, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
6.5 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: ENCLOSURES, SPECULATION AND MUTATIONS IN URBAN
GOVERNANCE

Organizer: CHEN, Jia Ching [University of California, Berkeley] chenjching@gmail.com

Moderator/Discussant: KUDVA, Neema [Cornell University] kudva@cornell.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 292
GREENING DISPOSSESSION: LAND ENCLOSURE, URBANIZATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL
GOVERNANCE IN RURAL CHINA
Abstract System ID#: 3122
CHEN, Jia Ching [University of California, Berkeley] chenjching@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 293
ENCLOSURES, UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT AND THE GOVERNANCE OF HURRICANES AND TOURISTS
IN CANCÚN (YUCATAN, MEXICO)
Abstract System ID#: 3123
CORDOBA, Matilde [The Graduate Center. City University of New York] mcordoba@gc.cuny.edu, presenting
author, primary author
DOMINGUEZ, Fernando [New York University] fr547@nyu.edu
BAPTISTA, Idalina [University of Oxford] l.loquat@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 315
PLANNING UNDER CONDITIONS OF SPECULATION IN PHNOM PENH
Abstract System ID#: 3431
NAM, Sylvia [University of California, Berkeley] sylvianam@berkeley.edu


Friday, October 14, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
8.6 HEALTH & INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS

Moderator: MILES, Rebecca [Florida State University] rebecca.miles@fsu.edu

Discussant: To be announced.
Abstract Index #: 403
PLANNING FOR HEALTH EQUITY IN NAIROBI'S INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS
Abstract System ID#: 3219
CORBURN, Jason [University of California, Berkeley] jcorburn@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 407
SHIFTS IN INFORMAL SETTLEMENT UPGRADING POLICIES IN AMMAN, JORDAN AND THEIR
POTENTIAL HEALTH IMPACTS
Abstract System ID#: 3328
MILES, Rebecca [Florida State University] rebecca.miles@fsu.edu

Abstract Index #: 408
DOES THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AFFECT THE SUSTAINABILITY OF COMMUNITY-MANAGED
HEALTH AND INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH? LESSONS FROM THE
AHMEDABAD SLUM NETWORKING PROJECT
Abstract System ID#: 3333
RUSS, Laura [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] lruss@illinois.edu, presenting author, primary author
TAKAHASHI, Lois [University of California, Los Angeles] takahash@ucla.edu

Abstract Index #: 416
UNDERSTANDING TENURE SECURITY AND HOME IMPROVEMENT IN INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS –
EVIDENCE FROM LAHORE, PAKISTAN
Abstract System ID#: 3647
WAJAHAT, Fatima [Florida State University] fw06@fsu.edu


Friday, October 14, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
9.5 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: RE-IMAGINING SOUTHERN PROGRESSIVISM: THE CATANIA-
MEMPHIS CONNECTION

Moderator: REARDON, Kenneth [The University of Memphis] kreardon@memphis.edu

Discussant: LAURIA, Mickey [Clemson University] mlauria@clemson.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 455
INTRODUCTION TO RE-IMAGINING SOUTHERN PROGRESSIVISM: THE CATANIA-MEMPHIS
CONNECTION
Abstract System ID#: 3889
WESTENDORFF, David [University of Memphis] dwstndrf@memphis.edu

Abstract Index #: 456
THE US EMPOWERMENT PLANNING APPROACH MEETS SICILY. THE COMMUNITY MAPPING
INITIATIVE IN THE SIMETO VALLEY (SICILY, ITALY)
Abstract System ID#: 3896
SAIJA, Laura [University of Memphis] lsaija@memphis.edu

Abstract Index #: 457
PLANNING UNDER THE LION’S PAW: LESSONS LEARNED FROM AN INTERNATIONAL
EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE
Abstract System ID#: 3912
REARDON, Kenneth [The University of Memphis] kreardon@memphis.edu


Friday, October 14, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
14.21 VISION TO IMPLEMENTATION: HOW DO WE GET THERE?

Moderator/Discussant: DUMBAUGH, Eric [Florida Atlantic University] edumbaug@fau.edu

          Abstract Index #: 662
GROWTH VISION IMPLEMENTATION IN THE TRANSIT-ORIENTED COMMUNITIES OF THE
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGION: ANY SIGN OF PROGRESS?
Abstract System ID#: 4036
HU, Hsi-Hwa [Southern California Association of Governments] hu@scag.ca.gov, presenting author
CHOI, Simon [Southern California Association of Governments] choi@scag.ca.gov, primary author
WEN, Frank [Southern California Association of Governments] wen@scag.ca.gov
LEE, Cheol-Ho [Southern California Association of Governments] leec@scag.ca.gov
RYU, SungHo [Southern California Association of Governments] ryu@scag.ca.gov
MIN, SeongHee [Southern California Association of Governments] min@scag.ca.gov

Abstract Index #: 631
RETROFITTING SPRAWL FOR TRANSIT-ORIENTED-DEVELOPMENT: USING “VISIONING” TO
CREATE A 21ST CENTURY MAIN STREET IN MISSISSAUGA AND BRAMPTON, ONTARIO
Abstract System ID#: 3814
HOSTOVSKY, Chuck [University of Toronto] chuck.hostovsky@utoronto.ca

Abstract Index #: 600
WE ALL WANT THE SAME THING: RESULTS FROM A ROADWAY DESIGN SURVEY OF
PEDESTRIANS, DRIVERS, CYCLISTS, AND TRANSIT USERS IN THE BAY AREA
Abstract System ID#: 3477
SANDERS, Rebecca [University of California, Berkeley] rebeccasanders@berkeley.edu, presenting author, primary
author
COOPER, Jill [University of California, Berkeley] cooperj@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 635
CONTEXT SENSITIVE SOLUTIONS: CHALLENGES TO IMPLEMENTATION OF MORE ROBUST
MODELS OF TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3837
ELLIOTT, Michael [Georgia Institute of Technology] michael.elliott@coa.gatech.edu, presenting author, primary
author
BARRINGER, Jason [Georgia Institute of Technology] jason.barringer@coa.gatech.edu
ROSS, Catherine [Georgia Institute of Technology] catherine.ross@coa.gatech.edu
WOO, Myungje [Georgia Institute of Technology] myungje.woo@coa.gatech.edu


Saturday, October 15, 8:00a.m. – 9:30a.m.
THREE PAPERS
1.7 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION - ANALYZING REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT FOR PLANNING AND
ENVISIONING

Moderator: WANG, Liming [University of California, Berkeley] lmwang@berkeley.edu

Discussant: WADDELL, Paul [University of California, Berkeley] waddell@berkeley.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 7
A BEHAVIORAL SIMULATION OF REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT AND REDEVELOPMENT AT THE
PARCEL LEVEL
Abstract System ID#: 3293
CARLTON, Ian [University of California, Berkeley] icarlton@berkeley.edu, presenting author, primary author
WANG, Liming [University of California, Berkeley] lmwang@berkeley.edu
WADDELL, Paul [University of California, Berkeley] waddell@berkeley.edu
PETERSON, Pedro [University of California, Berkeley] ppeterson@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 4
A PARCEL LEVEL REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT MODEL INCORPORATING LATENT INFORMATION
Abstract System ID#: 3052
WANG, Liming [University of California, Berkeley] lmwang@berkeley.edu, presenting author, primary author
WADDELL, Paul [University of California, Berkeley] waddell@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 10
CLUSTERED OR DISPERSED? LOCATION DECISIONS OF COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE
PORTLAND METROPOLITAN AREA
Abstract System ID#: 3338
DONG, Hongwei [Portland State University] dhw2010@gmail.com


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
2.4 DOES ART DRIVE DEVELOPMENT III

Moderator/Discussant: GRODACH, Carl [University of Texas at Arlington] grodach@uta.edu, presenting author,
primary author (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 73
POST INDUSTRIAL DETROIT: WHAT ROLE FOR A [NEW] MUSIC INDUSTRY?
Abstract System ID#: 3748
BOYLE, Robin [Wayne State University] r.boyle@wayne.edu

Abstract Index #: 85
BEYOND THE WHITE BOX: CREATING INNOVATIVE ART SPACES FOR SPATIAL, SOCIAL, AND
ECONOMIC CHANGE
Abstract System ID#: 4009
CHAN, Julie [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] Julie.chan@aya.yale.edu

Abstract Index #: 60
THE ROLE OF PLANNING IN ARTIST-BASED URBAN REDEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3395
FRISCH, Michael [University of Missouri, Kansas City] frischm@umkc.edu

Abstract Index #: 34
HOW A MUSIC SCENE FUNCTIONED AS A TOOL FOR URBAN REDEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF
OMAHA’S SLOWDOWN PROJECT
Abstract System ID#: 3066
SEMAN, Michael [University of Texas at Arlington] seman@michaelseman.com


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
2.12 GLOBAL COSMOPOLITANISM AND THE DIFFUSION OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE

Moderator/Discussant: PETERS, Deike [USC/TU Berlin] d.peters@usc.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 84
URBAN RESTRUCTURING AND MEGA-EVENTS: THE RISE AND FALL OF THE 'BARCELONA MODEL'
Abstract System ID#: 4007
MIRANDA, Lucrezia [University of California, Davis] lzmiranda@ucdavis.edu
Abstract Index #: 52
LONDONISM IN THE COSMOPOLITANISM: CASE STUDY OF LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS
Abstract System ID#: 3313
XU, Zhumin [University of New Orleans] xuzhumin@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 48
SLOW CITIES IN THE US AND SPAIN: DIFFUSION AND POTENTIAL OF AN INTRIGUING IDEA
Abstract System ID#: 3258
SERVON, Lisa [The New School for Management and Urban Policy] servonl@newschool.edu

Abstract Index #: 65
UNPACKING THE CREATIVE CITIES POLICY IN ASIA: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SEOUL’S AND
SINGAPORE’S EXPERIENCES
Abstract System ID#: 3513
HWANG, Eunjung [Korea University] 2ejhwang@gmail.com, presenting author
LEE, Yongsook [Korea University] yongsooklee@korea.ac.kr, primary author


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FIVE PAPERS
3.12 NEW MODELS FOR GREEN COMMUNITIES AND REGIONS

Moderator/Discussant: BUTLER, William [Florida State University] wbutler@fsu.edu (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 102
EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL FOR ONE PLANET LIVING IN VANCOUVER
Abstract System ID#: 3202
MOORE, Jennie [University of British Columbia] jennielynnmoore@hotmail.com

Abstract Index #: 118
NATURAL AMENITIES IMPACT ON COMMUNITY DISASTER RESILIENCE
Abstract System ID#: 3400
LORENTE, Paula [Texas A&M University] plorente@tamu.edu

          Abstract Index #: 98
…ENDLESS FORMS MOST BEAUTIFUL AND MOST WONDERFUL…
Abstract System ID#: 3550
IVERSEN, Michael [University of Illinois at Chicago] miversen@uic.edu

Abstract Index #: 139
ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT ANALYSIS AND CULTURE: A CASE OF THE KATHMANDU VALLEY,
NEPAL
Abstract System ID#: 3692
BHATTARAI, Amit [University of Sydney] amit.bhattarai@sydney.edu.au, presenting author, primary author
GURRAN, Nicole [University of Sydney] nicole.gurran@sydney.edu.au

          Abstract Index #: 169
A CALL FOR ECOREGIONAL PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION
Abstract System ID#: 3942
MARCUCCI, Daniel [East Carolina University] marcuccid@ecu.edu


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
3.14 ANALYZING AND PLANNING FOR GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE

Moderator/Discussant: SHANDAS, Vivek [Portland State University] vshandas@pdx.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 97
AESTHETICS VERSUS FUNCTION: ECOLOGICAL LANDSCAPES AS COMMUNITY AMENITY AT
STAPLETON, IN DENVER, COLORADO
Abstract System ID#: 3142
GIBSON, Huston [Kansas State University] hgibson@k-state.edu, presenting author, primary author
CANFIELD, Jessica [Kansas State University] jesscan@k-state.edu

Abstract Index #: 153
THE GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING PROCESS: AN EXAMINATION OF PLANNING EFFORTS IN
MARYLAND AND THE ROLE OF KNOWLEDGE COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3835
JORDAN, Lauren [East Carolina University] jordanl07@students.ecu.edu

Abstract Index #: 159
ADAPTIVE CAPACITY OF THE COLORADO FRONT RANGE: THE ROLE OF A MULTIFUNCTIONAL
GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE
Abstract System ID#: 3865
MULLER, Brian [University of Colorado, Denver] brian.muller@ucdenver.edu

Abstract Index #: 168
EVALUATING LOCAL TREE PROTECTION ORDINANCES IN CENTRAL TEXAS USING LIDAR DATA
Abstract System ID#: 3937
YOON, Jeongjae [Texas A&M University] yjj2324@neo.tamu.edu, presenting author
SUNG, Chan Yong [Texas A&M University] cysung@gmail.com, primary author


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
4.3 CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR DIVERSITY IN PLACE

Moderator: ERICKSON, Emily [University of California, Los Angeles] emilyerickson@gmail.com

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 195
CACOPHONOUS GEOGRAPHIES: EMPLACING, REPRESENTING, AND PROTECTING SAFE HAVENS IN
THE CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3762
BRAND, Anna Livia [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] analivia@mit.edu

Abstract Index #: 198
CULTURE OF FIRE AND ICE: IMMIGRATION, RACE AND EVERYDAY STRATEGIES AND TACTICS OF
CULTURAL PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3962
SARMIENTO, Carolina [University of California, Irvine] csarmien@uci.edu

Abstract Index #: 179
MEDIATING MIGRATION: IDENTIFYING LINKS FROM NEW YORK TO THE WORLD THROUGH THE
TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK
Abstract System ID#: 3249
ROJAS, Francisca [Harvard University] francisca_rojas@hks.harvard.edu
Abstract Index #: 193
MIGRANT CITIES: LESSONS FROM HISTORY FOR PLANNING IMMIGRANT CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3685
ERICKSON, Emily [University of California, Los Angeles] emilyerickson@gmail.com, presenting author
VALENZUELA, Abel [University of California, Los Angeles] abel@ucla.edu, primary author


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
5.11 NEIGHBORHOOD LEVEL SOCIAL CAPITAL

Moderator: HUR, Misun [East Carolina University] hurmi@ecu.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

          Abstract Index #: 222
PLANNING FOR THE UNEXPECTED: BARRIERS TO YOUNG PEOPLE’S PARTICIPATION IN PLANNING
IN DISADVENTAGED COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3259
SEVERCAN, Yucel [University of Colorado, Denver] csevercan@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 270
ENHANCING POSITIVE NEIGHBORHOOD EXTERNALITY: PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT FEATURES
AND SOCIAL ACTIVITY
Abstract System ID#: 3790
NAM, Yunwoo [University of Nebraska-Lincoln] ynam2@unl.edu

Abstract Index #: 217
NEIGHBORHOOD ENVIRONMENT AND HIGH SCHOOL OUTCOMES FOR LOW-INCOME, MINORITY
YOUTH
Abstract System ID#: 3183
GALSTER, George [Wayne State University] george.galster@wayne.edu, presenting author, primary author
SANTIAGO, Anna [Case Western Reserve University] anna.santiago@case.edu
CUTSINGER, Jackie [Wayne State University] aj6431@wayne.edu
LUCERO, Jessica [Wayne State University] jlucero@wayne.edu

Abstract Index #: 242
THE ROLE OF NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION FOR SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY
Abstract System ID#: 3496
HUR, Misun [East Carolina University] hurmi@ecu.edu


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
6.6 WATER

Moderator/Discussant: SPENCER, James [University of Hawaii at Manoa] jhs@hawaii.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 352
DECENTRALIZATION AND INEQUALITY OF WATER ACCESS IN MEXICO
Abstract System ID#: 3950
GONZALEZ RIVAS, Marcela [Cornell University] mg625@cornell.edu

Abstract Index #: 330
“WILLING TO PAY, UNWILLING TO CHARGE? AN INQUIRY ON THE URBAN WATER PRICING
POLICY IN SURABAYA, INDONESIA”
Abstract System ID#: 3622
IRAWAN, Andi [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] irawan1@illinois.edu

Abstract Index #: 351
FLUID AND FROZEN: NEGOTIATING THE RIGHT TO THE CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3946
MEHTA, Nishtha [University of Texas at Austin] nishtha@mail.utexas.edu


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
6.7 VIOLENCE AND WAR

Moderator/Discussant: VAZQUEZ CASTILLO, Maria Teresa [University of California, Los Angeles]
ma.tere.vazquez@gmail.com (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 321
CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY IN THE CONTEXT OF LOCAL AND TRANSNATIONAL
VIOLENCE: RETHINKING THE SCALES OF PLANNING ACTION
Abstract System ID#: 3476
DAVIS, Diane [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] dedavis@mit.edu

Abstract Index #: 312
EXCEPTION AS A NATIONAL PLANNING STRATEGY: BEIRUT’S POST-WAR RECONSTRUCTIONS AS
CASE STUDY
Abstract System ID#: 3378
FAWAZ, Mona [American University of Beirut] mf05@aub.edu.lb

Abstract Index #: 355
MANAGING WAR IN TIMES OF PEACE: PRACTICING URBAN PLANNING IN BEIRUT, LEBANON
Abstract System ID#: 3979
BOU AKAR, Hiba [University of California, Berkeley] hiba@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 328
MIGRANT WOMEN’S SAFETY: POLICY APPROACHES AND BEST PRACTICE
Abstract System ID#: 3562
SWEET, Elizabeth [Temple University] elsweet1@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
ORTIZ ESCALANTE, Sara [Col·lectiu Punt 6] saraortiz78@gmail.com


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
7.3 FROM ABANDONMENT TO REDEVELOPMENT

Moderator/Discussant: DEMPWOLF, Scott [University of Maryland] dempy@umd.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 371
INFILL DEVELOPMENT AND NEIGHBORHOOD CHANGE: REVITALIZING COMMUNITY THROUGH
INFILL?
Abstract System ID#: 3232
KIM, Jeongseob [University of Florida] seobi78@ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 397
PARTNERSHIPS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CITY BUILDING FOCUSED URBAN UNIVERSITY:
RYERSON UNIVERSITY, TORONTO
Abstract System ID#: 4044
AMBORSKI, David [Ryerson University] amborski@ryerson.ca

Abstract Index #: 368
ON THE WORKING WATERFRONT: INTEGRATING MULTIPLE USES AND CREATING PUBLIC ACCESS
IN URBAN INDUSTRIAL SHORELINE AREAS
Abstract System ID#: 3193
WESSELLS, Anne Taufen [University of Washington, Tacoma] atw5@u.washington.edu
FAGHIN, Nicole [AECOM, Seattle]

Abstract Index #: 378
URBAN SHRINKAGE AND CITY RESPONSES: HOW NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS PHYSICALLY
CHANGED FROM 1930-2010
Abstract System ID#: 3580
HOLLANDER, Justin [Tufts University] justin.hollander@tufts.edu


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
12.8 RE-BALANCING POLITICAL VOICE IN PLANNING

Moderator/Discussant: HOCH, Charles [University of Illinois at Chicago] hochchas@gmail.com (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 520
THE CAUTIOUS UNION OF EQUITY AND ENVIRONMENTALISM: TRANSFORMING URBAN LAND USE
INSTITUTIONS IN CALIFORNIA AND NEW YORK
Abstract System ID#: 3766
CONNOLLY, James [Columbia University] jjc2119@columbia.edu

          Abstract Index #: 499
ENVISION TO EMPOWER: CREATING A COMMUNITY OF REFLECTIVE PLANNING PRACTITIONERS
Abstract System ID#: 3136
RAMASUBRAMANIAN, Laxmi [Hunter College of CUNY] laxmi@hunter.cuny.edu

          Abstract Index #: 508
CONTINUING THE VISION OF ADVOCACY AND PARTICIPATORY PLANNING THROUGH YOUTH
MASTER PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3495
CUSHING, Debra [University of Colorado, Denver] debra.flanders@colorado.edu

Abstract Index #: 524
NEITHER THE MARKET NOR THE STATE: EXAMINING COMMUNITY PROPERTY RIGHTS TOWARDS
A TRANSACTION COST THEORY OF PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 4023
WHITE, Mia [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] mia@triplefour.net


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
13.3 GOVERNANCE AND THE REGIONALIST IMPULSE

Moderator/Discussant: WOLF-POWERS, Laura [The University of Pennsylvania] lwpowers@design.upenn.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 530
EVALUATING REGIONAL POLICY TO SUPPORT GROWTH CENTERS: FINDINGS FROM FOUR CASE
STUDIES
Abstract System ID#: 3087
MARGERUM, Richard D. [University of Oregon] rdm@uoregon.edu

Abstract Index #: 543
ENVISIONING SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH A ZONAL FORM: REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ZONES IN FINLAND
Abstract System ID#: 3537
MOILANEN, Helka [University of Turku] helka.moilanen@utu.fi

Abstract Index #: 548
THE PROMISE OF REGIONAL PLANNING – LESSONS FROM MICHIGAN
Abstract System ID#: 3615
DAVID, Nina [Eastern Michigan University] ndavid@emich.edu

Abstract Index #: 554
A ROAD TO REGIONALISM? SCENIC BYWAY PLANNING IN NEW YORK STATE
Abstract System ID#: 3683
LEWIS, David A. [University at Albany, SUNY] dalewis@albany.edu


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
14.7ACCESSIBILITY: FROM REGION TO NEIGHBORHOOD

Moderator: BARTHOLOMEW, Keith [University of Utah] bartholomew@arch.utah.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 567
ACCESSIBILITY IN INTERMETROPOLITAN COMPARISON: INDICATORS FOR POLICY REFORM
Abstract System ID#: 3089
LEVINE, Jonathan [University of Michigan] jnthnlvn@umich.edu, presenting author, primary author
GRENGS, Joe [University of Michigan] grengs@umich.edu
SHEN, Qingyun [University of Michigan] sqingyun@umich.edu
SHEN, Qing [University of Washington] qs@u.washington.edu

Abstract Index #: 585
SCALE, SORTING, LAND USE AND TRAVEL BEHAVIOR
Abstract System ID#: 3304
SPIELMAN, Seth [University of Colorado, Boulder] seth.spielman@colorado.edu

Abstract Index #: 654
MEASURING IMPACTS OF LOCAL LAND USE POLICIES ON VEHICLE MILES OF TRAVEL: THE CASE
OF THE FIRST BIG BOX STORE IN DAVIS, CA
Abstract System ID#: 3978
SCIARA, GianClaudia [University of California, Davis] sciara@ucdavis.edu, presenting author
LOVEJOY, Kristin [University of California, Davis] kelovejoy@ucdavis.edu, primary author
SALON, Deborah [University of California, Davis] ddsalon@ucdavis.edu
HANDY, Susan [University of California Davis] slhandy@ucdavis.edu
MOKHTARIAN, Patricia [University of California Davis] plmokhtarian@ucdavis.edu

          Abstract Index #: 577
ACCESSIBILITY AND THE PURPOSE OF CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3220
BARTHOLOMEW, Keith [University of Utah] bartholomew@arch.utah.edu


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
14.8 ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT IN SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT

Moderator: LIU, Chao [University of Maryland] cliu8@umd.edu

Discussant: To be announced.

          Abstract Index #: 606
IMPACTS OF NEIGHBORHOOD-SCALE URBAN FORM ON CO2 EMISSION THROUGH TRAVEL
BEHAVIOR IN BEIJING: A MICRO-LEVEL ANALYSIS USING STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODEL
Abstract System ID#: 3543
LIU, Zhilin [Tsinghua University] zhilinliu@tsinghua.edu.cn, presenting author, primary author
MA, Jing [Peking University] majing0322@yahoo.com
CHAI, Yanwei [Peking University] chyw@pku.edu.cn

Abstract Index #: 643
SUSTAINABLE UNIVERCITIES: INTEGRATING TRANSPORTATION & URBAN DESIGN
Abstract System ID#: 3925
SZIBBO, Nicola [University of California, Berkeley] nszibbo@berkeley.edu, presenting author, primary author
DEAKIN, Elizabeth [University of California, Berkeley] edeakin@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 657
THE ROLE OF TRAVEL BEHAVIOR RESEARCH IN REDUCING THE CARBON FOOTPRINT: FROM THE
U.S. PERSPECTIVE
Abstract System ID#: 3989
KRIZEK, Kevin [University of Colorado] krizek@colorado.edu
HANDY, Susan [University of California Davis] slhandy@ucdavis.edu

Abstract Index #: 610
ROLE OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT ON TRAVEL BEHAVIOR AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION:
ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE ON THE INFLUENCE OF URBAN FORM ON TRAVEL
Abstract System ID#: 3596
LIU, Chao [University of Maryland] cliu8@umd.edu, presenting author, primary author
DUCCA, Frederick [University of Maryland] fducca@umd.edu
SHEN, Qing [University of Washington] qs@u.washington.edu


Saturday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
15.9 PRESERVATION & CONTRACTING CITIES SESSION

Moderator/Discussant: WAGNER, Jacob [University of Missouri-Kansas City] wagnerjaco@umkc.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 683
POLITICS OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION: LESSONS IN FAILURE AND SUCCESS FROM A
PROGRESSIVE MIDWESTERN TOWN
Abstract System ID#: 3445
ANTHONY, Jerry [University of Iowa] jerry-anthony@uiowa.edu

Abstract Index #: 693
SAVE THAT HOUSE! AN EXAMINATION OF DEMOLITION ORDINANCES
Abstract System ID#: 3694
MORCKEL, Victoria [The Ohio State University] morckel.12@buckeyemail.osu.edu, presenting author
NASAR, Jack [The Ohio State University] nasar.1@osu.edu, primary author
COWLEY, Jennifer [The Ohio State University] cowley.11@osu.edu

Abstract Index #: 671
LESSONS FROM SOUTHWEST DETROIT: A “CULTURAL TOUCH” FOR INCREMENTAL RE-ADAPTIVE
USES
Abstract System ID#: 3116
LARA, Jesus J. [The Ohio State University] lara.13@osu.edu


Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
THREE PAPERS
2.2 DOES ART DRIVE DEVELOPMENT I

Moderator/Discussant: STERNBERG, Ernest [State University of New York at Buffalo] ezs@buffalo.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 53
CHARTING THE NONPROFIT ARTS AND CULTURAL ECOLOGY: HYPOTHESES, EVIDENCE FROM
CALIFORNIA, AND IMPLICATIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3319
MARKUSEN, Ann [University of Minnesota] markusen@umn.edu, presenting author, primary author
GADWA, Anne [Metris Arts Consulting] gadwa@metrisarts.com
BARBOUR, Elisa [University of California, Berkeley] ebarbour@berkeley.edu
BEYERS, William [University of Washington] beyers@u.washington.edu

Abstract Index #: 59
THE CREATIVE ECONOMY AND RECESSION: EXAMINING THE US EXPERIENCE
Abstract System ID#: 3389
GRODACH, Carl [University of Texas at Arlington] grodach@uta.edu, presenting author, primary author
SEMAN, Michael [University of Texas at Arlington] seman@michaelseman.com

Abstract Index #: 75
DO STARVING ARTISTS MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS? A STUDY OF THE LOCATION DECISIONS OF
MANHATTAN ART GALLERIES 1970-2004
Abstract System ID#: 3809
CURRID-HALKETT, Elizabeth [University of Southern California] currid@usc.edu, primary author, presenting
author
GREEN, Richard [University of Southern California] richarkg@sppd.usc.edu
SCHUETZ, Jenny [University of Southern California] jschuetz@sppd.usc.edu


Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
4.6 FWIG HOSTED ROUNDTABLE - A RETROSPECTIVE ON THE WORK OF JUDITH INNES

Moderator: CHRISTENSEN, Karen [University of California, Berkeley] kchriste@berkeley.edu

HOCH, Charles [University of Illinois at Chicago] chashoch@uic.edu
SUSSKIND, Larry [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] susskind@mit.edu
HEALEY, Patsy [Newcastle University] patsy.healey@ncl.ac.uk

Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
4.7 ROUNDTABLE - QUEERYING THE ACADEMY: INTRODUCING LGBT ISSUES AND CONCERNS
INTO THE PLANNING CURRICULUM
Abstract Index #: 189
Abstract System ID#: 3532

Moderator: SMITH, Hannah [University of Southern California] iamhannah@gmail.com

FONZA, Annalise [Georgian State University] ahfonza@gmail.com
DOAN, Petra [Florida State University] pdoan@fsu.edu
FRISCH, Michael [University of Missouri, Kansas City] frischm@umkc.edu
DUBROW, Gail [University of Minnesota] gdubrow@umn.edu


Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
6.19          GPEIG HOSTED ROUNDTABLE - AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS BOOK PANEL: CREATIVE
STATE: FORTY YEARS OF MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT POLICY IN MOROCCO AND MEXICO

Moderator: ISKANDER, Natasha [New York University] natasha.iskander@nyu.edu

Abstract Index #: 305
Abstract System ID#: 3291

SRINIVAS, Smita [Columbia University] ss3079@columbia.edu
HARDMAN, Anna [Tufts University] anna.hardman@tufts.edu
DAVIS, Diane [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] dedavis@mit.edu



Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
9.7 ROUNDTABLE: WRITING THE FUTURE: AUTHORSHIP, QUALITY, AND IMPACT

Co-Moderator: CAMPBELL, Heather [University of Sheffield] h.j.campbell@shef.ac.uk
Co-Moderator: FORESTER, John [Cornell University] jff1@cornell.edu

Abstract Index #: 435
Abstract System ID#: 3121

FORSYTH, Ann [Cornell University] forsyth@cornell.edu
KRIZEK, Kevin [University of Colorado] krizek@colorado.edu


Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
9.12 ROUNDTABLE: LEARNING OUTCOMES OF PLACE - AND COMMUNITY-BASED STRATEGIES FOR
TEACHING

Moderator: FUNDERBURG, Richard [The University of Iowa] richard-funderburg@uiowa.edu

Abstract Index #: 441
Abstract System ID#: 3250

ANTHONY, Jerry [The University of Iowa] jerry-anthony@uiowa.edu
NIXON, Hilary [San Jose State University] hilary.nixon@sjsu.edu
PETERS, Deike [USC/TU Berlin] d.peters@usc.edu


Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
10.6 ROUNDTABLE: A RETROSPECT OF PLANNING RESEARCH: MARKING THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY
OF JPER
Moderator: WU, Weiping [Tufts University] weiping.wu@tufts.edu

Abstract Index #: 470
Abstract System ID#: 3478

BOUDET, Hilary [Stanford University] hilschaf@stanford.edu
GOLDSTEIN, Harvey [MODUL University, Austria] Harvey.goldstein@modul.ac.at
HOPKINS, Lewis [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] (former JPER editor) ldhopkin@illinois.edu
LAURIA, Mickey [Clemson University] (former JPER editor) Mlauria@Clemson.edu
STIFTEL, Bruce [Georgia Institute of Technology] (former JPER editor) bruce.stiftel@coa.gatech.edu


Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
13.9 ROUNDTABLE: SHRINKING CITIES: UBIQUITOUS AND LOSING STIGMA?

Moderator: HOLLANDER, Justin [Tufts University] justin.hollander@tufts.edu

Abstract Index #: 541
Abstract System ID#: 3520

AUDIRAC, Ivonne [University of Texas at Arlington] audirac@uta.edu
HOLLSTEIN, Leah [University of Texas at Austin] leah.hollstein@mail.utexas.edu


Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
12.1 ROUNDTABLE HOSTED BY FWIG AND GPEIG - FRAN PIVEN: RECLAIMING THE POLITICS OF
PLANNING

Moderator: ARVIDSON, Enid [University of Texas at Arlington] enid@uta.edu

Abstract Index #: 504
Abstract System ID#: 3838

PIVEN, Frances Fox [City University of New York] Fpiven@hotmail.com
GOLDSMITH, William [Cornell University] wwg1@cornell.edu
VAZQUEZ CASTILLO, Maria Teresa [University of California, Los Angeles] ma.tere.vazquez@gmail.com
HARTMAN, Chester [Poverty & Race Research Action Council] chartman@prrac.org
MARCUSE, Peter [Columbia University] pm35@columbia.edu


Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
13.10          ROUNDTABLE: NEW FRONTIERS IN REGIONAL SCENARIO ANALYSIS

Moderator: KNAAP, Gerrit [University of Maryland] gknaap@umd.edu

Abstract Index #: 550
Abstract System ID#: 3643

CHAKRABORTY, Arnab [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] arnab@illinois.edu
DEAL, Brian [University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign] deal@illinois.edu
SONG, Yan [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] ys@email.unc.edu
CLIFTON, Kelly [Portland State University] kclifton@pdx.edu
KAZA, Nikhil [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] nkaza@unc.edu


Saturday, October 15, 9:45am – 10:45am
15.3 ROUNDTABLE - TOWARD A DEFINITION OF LIVABILITY TO GUIDE PLANNING, POLICY AND
DESIGN DECISIONS

Moderator: APPLEYARD, Bruce [University of Utah] appleyard1@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 674
Abstract System ID#: 3229

LARICE, Michael [University of Utah] Larice@arch.utah.edu
EWING, Reid [University of Utah] ewing@arch.utah.edu




Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
THREE PAPERS
1.6 EMERGING IDEAS AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS

Moderator/Discussant: QUINN, David [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] djq@mit.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 19
GROSS VS. NET MIGRATION-BASED POPULATION ESTIMATES AND FORECASTS: A COUNTY-LEVEL
EVALUATION BENCHMARKED AGAINST THE 2010 CENSUS
Abstract System ID#: 3567
RENSKI, Henry [University of Massachusetts Amherst] hrenski@larp.umass.edu

Abstract Index #: 3
MICRO-PARTICIPATION: THE ROLE OF MICROBLOGGING IN PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3028
COWLEY, Jennifer [The Ohio State University] cowley.11@osu.edu

Abstract Index #: 18
MOBILE PHONE TRACES, INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3521
DIAO, Mi [National University of Singapore] rstdm@nus.edu.sg, presenting author, primary author
DI LORENZO, Giusy [Massachusetts Institute of Technology, IBM research] giusy@mit.edu
CALABRESE, Francesco [Massachusetts Institute of Technology, IBM research] fcalabre@mit.edu
RATTI, Carlo [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] ratti@media.mit.edu
FERREIRA, Joseph [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] jf@mit.edu


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
THREE PAPERS
2.9 STATE PRACTICES, LOCAL ECONOMIES

Moderator/Discussant: DOUSSARD, Marc [University of Illinois at Chicago] mjd620@gmail.com
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 55
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLUSTER CONCEPT BY STATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ORGANIZATIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3339
GREEN, Timothy [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] tfgreen@illinois.edu

Abstract Index #: 62
HOW INNOVATION NETWORKS, PATENTS AND TECHNOLOGY AFFECT LOCAL ECONOMIC
GROWTH: DESIGNING NEW POLICIES FOR SMALLER MANUFACTURING REGIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3401
DEMPWOLF, Christopher [University of Maryland at College Park] dempy@umd.edu

Abstract Index #: 50
UNDERWRITING THE HYPERACTIVE CITY: THE PARADOXICAL ROLE OF THE LOCAL STATE
DURING CONSTRUCTION BOOMS
Abstract System ID#: 3275
WEBER, Rachel [University of Illinois at Chicago] rachelw@uic.edu


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
THREE PAPERS
3.10 IMPACTS OF COMMUNITY GARDENS AND GREENSPACE

Moderator/Discussant: ELMER, Vicki [University of Oregon] velmer@uoregon.edu

Abstract Index #: 99
COMMUNITY PLANNING APPROACH AND RESIDENTS’ PERCEIVED SAFETY: A LANDSCAPE
ANALYSIS OF PARK DESIGN IN THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
Abstract System ID#: 3180
YANG, Bo [Utah State University] bo.yang@usu.edu, presenting author, primary author
ELDER, Bret [Structure Landscapes] bret@structurelandscapes.com
WANG, Zhe [Cannon Design] zwang@cannondesign.com
LI, Shujuan [Utah State University] shujuan.li@usu.edu

Abstract Index #: 105
METROPOLITAN MILLION-TREE INITIATIVES: ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE OR GOOD
GOVERNMENT?
Abstract System ID#: 3233
YOUNG, Robert [University of Oregon] ryoung@uoregon.edu

Abstract Index #: 111
LAND TRUSTS AND COMMUNITY GREENING IN BALTIMORE CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3297
HANLON, Bernadette [UMBC] bhanlon1@umbc.edu, presenting author, primary author
VICINO, Thomas [Northeastern University] vicino@neu.edu


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
3.13 ADDRESSING THE URBAN HEAT ISLAND

Moderator/Discussant: VASISHTH, Ashwani [Ramapo College of New Jersey] Vasishth@ramapo.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 92
THE INFLUENCE OF URBAN GROWTH PATTERNS ON REGIONAL-SCALE CLIMATE CHANGE AND
HUMAN HEALTH
Abstract System ID#: 3103
VARGO, Jason [Georgia Institute of Technology] vargo@gatech.edu, presenting author, primary author
STONE, Brian [Georgia Institute of Technology] stone@gatech.edu

Abstract Index #: 107
ASSESSING HEAT WAVE VULNERABILITY OF US. CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3241
HABEEB, Dana [Georgia Institute of Technology] habeeb@gatech.edu, presenting author, primary author
VARGO, Jason [Georgia Institute of Technology] vargo@gatech.edu
STONE, Brian [Georgia Institute of Technology] stone@gatech.edu

          Abstract Index #: 134
MANAGING CLIMATE CHANGE IN CITIES: WILL CLIMATE ACTION PLANS WORK?
Abstract System ID#: 3629
STONE, Brian [Georgia Institute of Technology] stone@gatech.edu, presenting author, primary author
VARGO, Jason [Georgia Institute of Technology] vargo@gatech.edu
HABEEB, Dana [Georgia Institute of Technology] habeeb@gatech.edu

Abstract Index #: 158
LESSENING THE URBAN HEAT ISLAND: QUANTIFYING THE IMPACT OF CHICAGO’S GREEN ALLEY
PROGRAM
Abstract System ID#: 3862
COSEO, Paul [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor] pcoseo@umich.edu, presenting author, primary author
LARSEN, Larissa [University of Michigan] larissal@umich.edu


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
5.12 MOVING TOWARD SUSTAINABILITY

Moderator/Discussant: MASON, Susan [Boise State University] susanmason@boisestate.edu

Abstract Index #: 263
GOING GREEN IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING POLICY AND PRACTICE: BROADENING THE GOALS OF
SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3731
LI, Yanmei [Florida Atlantic University] yli22@fau.edu, presenting author, primary author
SAPAT, Alka [Florida Atlantic University] asapat@fau.edu

Abstract Index #: 251
ELDERLY MOBILITY AND THE OCCUPANCY STATUS OF SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES
Abstract System ID#: 3583
AURAND, Andrew [Florida State University] aaurand@fsu.edu, presenting author, primary author
REYNOLDS, Angela [University of Pittsburgh] williamsfoster@gspia.pitt.edu

Abstract Index #: 261
PILOT STUDY OF SUSTAINABLE AFFORDABLE HOUSING NEIGHBORHOOD CONCEPT: AN
ANALYSIS OF ARCHITECTURAL AND PLANNING STRATEGIES TOWARDS FRAMING GUIDELINES
FOR SUSTAINABLE AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Abstract System ID#: 3717
ABED, Amal [Texas Southern University] amal7662@yahoo.com, presenting author, primary author
SEN, Lalita [Texas Southern University] sen_lx@tsu.edu

Abstract Index #: 257
ASSESSING THE APPLICABILITY OF LEED-ND’S SCALE-SENSITIVE INDICATORS
Abstract System ID#: 3657
CHENG, TsungPei [Texas A&M University] eric429@tamu.edu, presenting author, primary author
LI, MingHan [Texas A&M University] MingHan@tamu.edu
NDUBISI, Forster [Texas A&M University] FNdubisi@arch.tamu.edu


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
THREE PAPERS
5.19 THE ROCKY ROAD TO RECOVERY AFTER NATURAL DISASTERS

Moderator/Discussant: VAN ZANDT, Shannon [Texas A&M University] svanzandt@archmail.tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 369
WILL NATURAL DISASTERS ACCELERATE NEIGHBORHOOD DECLINE?
Abstract System ID#: 3225
ZHANG, Yang [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] yz@vt.edu

Abstract Index #: 250
RESIDENTIAL REBUILDING AFTER A NATURAL DISASTER: FINDINGS FROM GALVESTON
Abstract System ID#: 3579
VAN ZANDT, Shannon [Texas A&M University] svanzandt@archmail.tamu.edu, presenting author, primary author
HIGHFIELD, Wesley [Texas A&M University at Galveston] highfiew@tamug.edu
GUNN, Joshua [Texas A&M University] joshuagunn1151@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 232
THE POSSIBILITIES OF LIHTC PROJECTS IN A CITY WITH LONG TERM POPULATION LOSS: A
COUNTERFACTUAL ANALYSIS OF POST-KATRINA NEW ORLEANS
Abstract System ID#: 3344
EHRENFEUCHT, Renia [University of New Orleans] rehrenfe@uno.edu, primary author, presenting author
RIEKES TRIVERS, Ian [University of Michigan] ianrt@mail.umich.edu


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
6.9 PLANNING AND POLITICS I — SOCIAL NETWORKS AND COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

Moderator/Discussant: BEARD, Victoria [University of California, Irvine] vbeard@uci.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 299
HOW DOES GUANXI SHAPE LOCAL POWER AND NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF INNOVATION? THE CASE
OF INTERNATIONAL “CATCH-UP” IN CHINA
Abstract System ID#: 3240
SHEN, Qianqi [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] qshen@ejb.rutgers.edu

Abstract Index #: 359
SOCIAL NETWORK WITHIN RURAL MIGRANTS’ SETTLEMENTS: CASE STUDY OF BEIJING, CHINA
Abstract System ID#: 3991
GU, Yizhen [University of California, Berkeley] yizhengu@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
WANG, Liming [University of California, Berkeley] lmwang@gmail.com
ZHENG, Siqi [Tsinghua University] zhengsiqi@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 316
THE EVOLVING POLITICS OF NAGAR RAJ IN SECTION 63, WARD K WEST, MUMBAI, INDIA
Abstract System ID#: 3447
MENEZES, BENITA [University of British Columbia] bentita@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 337
ORGANIZING COMMUNITY AS A NEW STRATEGY FOR URBAN REDEVELOPMENT:
TRANSFORMATIVE STATE AND CHANGING POLICY IN TAIWAN
Abstract System ID#: 3737
SHIH, Mi [University of Technology, Sydney] mi.shih@uts.edu.au


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
FIVE PAPERS
6.11 PLANNING THE CHINESE CITY

Moderator/Discussant: WU, Weiping [Tufts University] weiping.wu@tufts.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 295
URBAN TRANSFORMATION DURING CHINA’S CULTURAL REVOLUTION: THE CASE OF HANGZHOU
1966-1976
Abstract System ID#: 3162
QIAN, Zhu [University of Waterloo] z3qian@uwaterloo.ca

Abstract Index #: 356
THE URBAN PLANNING AND DESIGN PROCESS: THE CHINESE WAY AS ILLUSTRATED THROUGH A
COMPARATIVE CASE-STUDY APPROACH
Abstract System ID#: 3984
SHEN, Guoqiang [University of Oklahoma] guoqiangs@ou.edu

          Abstract Index #: 308
PLANNING CREATIVE CITY: MECHANISM OF PLANNING IN THE URBAN TRANSITION OF
SHANGHAI
Abstract System ID#: 3316
WANG, Lan [Tongji University] wanglan@tongji.edu.cn

Abstract Index #: 347
CAN PLANNING POLICIES HELP TRANSFORM UNIVERSITY TOWN TO KNOWLEDGE CITY? A STUDY
OF CHINESE EXAMPLES
Abstract System ID#: 3913
MOU, Yujiang [University of California, Berkeley] bear.mou@berkeley.edu, presenting author, primary author
BROWN, Warner [University of California, Berkeley] wbrown13@berkeley.edu
DEAKIN, Elizabeth [University of California, Berkeley] edeakin@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 290
THE CONSEQUENCES OF RAPID MOTORIZATION IN CHINESE CITIES-- A CASE STUDY OF JINAN
Abstract System ID#: 3113
THOMAS, Alainna [University of California, Berkeley] allietberkeley@gmail.com


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
THREE PAPERS
7.1 LAND USE AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Moderator/Discussant: SHANDAS, Vivek [Portland State University] vshandas@pdx.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 379
INSTITUTIONALIZING THE CLIMATE-TRANSPORTATION-LAND USE CONNECTION AT THE STATE
LEVEL: THE CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCE
Abstract System ID#: 3603
BARBOUR, Elisa [University of California, Berkeley] ebarbour@berkeley.edu, presenting author, primary author
DEAKIN, Elizabeth [University of California, Berkeley] edeakin@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 384
OPERATIONALIZING LAND USE DIVERSITY TO MEASURE ITS IMPACT ON CLIMATE CHANGE
Abstract System ID#: 3676
BYAHUT, Sweta [University of Cincinnati] byahutsa@mail.uc.edu

Abstract Index #: 366
WHY HAVE MUNICIPALITIES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA CHOSEN TO PURSUE CLIMATE CHANGE
MITIGATION STRATEGIES?
Abstract System ID#: 3105
STEVENS, Mark [University of British Columbia] xstevens@interchange.ubc.ca, presenting author, primary author
SENBEL, Maged [University of British Columbia] senbel@interchange.ubc.ca


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
THREE PAPERS
10.1 BRINGING HISTORICAL INSTITUTIONALISM INTO PLANNING HISTORY

Moderator: SORENSEN, Andre [University of Toronto] sorensen@utsc.utoronto.ca

Discussant: SILVER, Christopher [University of Florida] silver2@dcp.ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 463
TOWARD AN INSTITUTIONALIST REINTERPRETATION OF PLANNING HISTORY STUDIES
Abstract System ID#: 3189
TAYLOR, Zack [University of Toronto] zack.taylor@utoronto.ca

Abstract Index #: 474
PATH DEPENDENCE AND PLAN FORMATION: ENVISIONING AND IMPLEMENTING CHICAGO’S PLAN
FOR TRANSFORMATION
Abstract System ID#: 3713
GEBHARDT, Matthew [University of Sheffield] M.F.Gebhardt@shef.ac.uk

Abstract Index #: 479
PLANNING HISTORY AND HISTORICAL INSTITUTIONALISM: A RESEARCH AGENDA
Abstract System ID#: 3903
SORENSEN, Andre [University of Toronto] sorensen@utsc.utoronto.ca


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
13.4 REGIONAL CLUSTERS OF GROWTH & DECLINE

Moderator/Discussant: LOWE, Nichola [University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill] nlowe@unc.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 556
URBAN STRUCTURE AND AGGLOMERATION ECONOMIES IN US METROPOLITAN AREAS
Abstract System ID#: 3983
LEE, Bumsoo [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] bumsoo@illinois.edu, presenting author, primary
author
LEE, SUNGWON [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] lee491@illinois.edu

Abstract Index #: 557
MEASURING TECHNOLOGICAL UPGRADING IN INDIAN MANUFACTURING IN THE POST-ECONOMIC
REFORMS ERA: REGIONAL CONVERGENCE OR DIVERGENCE?
Abstract System ID#: 4004
MALLAVARAPU, Bravish [University of California, Los Angeles] bravish@ucla.edu

Abstract Index #: 532
CREATING AN INNOVATIVE BIOTECHNOLOGY CLUSTER IN SOUTH FLORIDA: A FRAMEWORK FOR
REGIONAL COLLABORATION
Abstract System ID#: 3260
ONER, Asli Ceylan [Florida Atlantic University] aoner@fau.edu, presenting author, primary author
ZAMORA, Joseph [Florida Atlantic University] thehelpnetwork@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 542
EXPLORING THE RECENT GEOGRAPHY OF GROWTH & SHRINKAGE IN THE U.S.
Abstract System ID#: 3522
AUDIRAC, Ivonne [University of Texas at Arlington] audirac@uta.edu, presenting author, primary author
TAYEBI, Ali [University of Texas at Arlington] ali.tayebi@mavs.uta.edu


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
14.9 AN EXPLORATION OF AUTOMOBILE DEPENDENCE

Moderator: RIDOUT, John [Clemson University] jridout@clemson.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 569
EFFECTS OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT ON MOTORIZED TRAVEL: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF
SEATTLE AND PHOENIX
Abstract System ID#: 3118
HONG, Jin Hyun [University of Washington] jhhong@uw.edu, presenting author, primary author
ZHANG, Lei [University of Maryland] lei@umd.edu
SHEN, Qing [University of Washington] qs@uw.edu

Abstract Index #: 623
GETTING DRIVERS TO SWITCH: TRANSIT PRICE AND SERVICE QUALITY AMONG COMMUTERS
Abstract System ID#: 3745
ZHOU, Jiangping [Iowa State University] zhoujp@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
SCHWEITZER, Lisa [University of Southern California] lschwei@mac.com

Abstract Index #: 656
COMMUTING IN A MEGAREGION-STUDYING THE INTERREGIONAL LONG DISTANCE COMMUTING
BEHAVIOR IN THE TEXAS TRIANGLE
Abstract System ID#: 3988
CHEN, Binbin [University of Texas at Austin] binbinchen@mail.utexas.edu

Abstract Index #: 626
MARKETING IN AN AUTOMOBILE DEPENDENT SOCIETY: AN ANALYSIS OF CONSUMER-ORIENTED,
INDUSTRY-PRODUCED ADVERTISING MATERIAL
Abstract System ID#: 3769
RIDOUT, John [Clemson University] jridout@clemson.edu, presenting author, primary author
DUNNING, Anne [Clemson University] anned@clemson.edu


Saturday, October 15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
FOUR PAPERS
14.10 MULTIMODAL DIMENSIONS OF TRAVEL 1

Moderator: COMBS, Tabitha [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] tab@unc.edu

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 578
UNDERSTANDING RIDER DEMAND FOR A MULTI-DESTINATION, MULTI-MODAL TRANSIT
NETWORK IN A MID-SIZED AMERICAN METROPOLITAN AREA: LESSONS FROM ATLANTA
Abstract System ID#: 3235
BHATTACHARYA, Torsha [Florida State University] tb05@fsu.edu, presenting author
BROWN, Jeffrey [Florida State University] jrbrown3@fsu.edu, primary author
JAROSZYNSKI, Michal [Florida State University] maj09e@fsu.edu
THOMPSON, Gregory [Florida State University] glthompson@fsu.edu

          Abstract Index #: 648
IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF RAILWAY STATION EXPERIENCE: A CASE STUDY OF MULTIMODAL
STATIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3953
HONG, Seung Yen [University of California, Berkeley] hong.sy@berkeley.edu, presenting author, primary author
BROWN, Warner [University of California, Berkeley] wbrown13@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 624
THE INFLUENCE OF PARK-AND-RIDE FACILITIES ON VMT, EMMISIONS, AND FUEL CONSUMPTION
Abstract System ID#: 3747
DUNCAN, Michael [University of North Carolina, Charlotte] m.duncan@uncc.edu

Abstract Index #: 607
IMPACTS OF BRT ACCESS ON CHANGING HOUSEHOLD VEHICLE OWNERSHIP LEVELS IN BOGOTá,
COLOMBIA
Abstract System ID#: 3555
COMBS, Tabitha [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] tab@unc.edu, presenting author, primary author
RODRIGUEZ, Daniel [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] danrod@unc.edu


Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
FIVE PAPERS
2.10 THE CHANGING GEOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY

Moderator/Discussant: DRUCKER, Joshua [University of Illinois at Chicago] jdruck@uic.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 56
THE CHANGING NATURE OF DOWNTOWNS AND BUSINESS CLUSTERS IN A METROPOLITAN
AMERICA: TOWARDS A MODERN CENTRAL PLACE THEORY
Abstract System ID#: 3354
ANDREASON, Stuart [The University of Pennsylvania] stuartan@design.upenn.edu

Abstract Index #: 81
THE SHADOW OF SILICON VALLEY: THE DISPERSION OF THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)
INDUSTRY IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
Abstract System ID#: 3951
OSMAN, Taner [University of California, Los Angeles] tanerosman@ucla.edu

Abstract Index #: 64
INTRA-ORGANIZATIONAL PROXIMITY AS AN ASSET FOR TECHNOLOGICAL CATCH-UP: A
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CHINA’S BIG THREE AUTOMOTIVE GROUPS
Abstract System ID#: 3502
NAM, Kyung- Min [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] kmnam@mit.edu

Abstract Index #: 74
THE ROLE OF MIGRATION IN REALLOCATING ECONOMIC WEALTH: A MICRO-TO-MACRO
PERSPECTIVE
Abstract System ID#: 3756
YU, Chenxi [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] yu28@illinois.edu
Abstract Index #: 325
INSTITUTIONS, AGGLOMERATION, AND FDI LOCATION IN URBAN CHINA
Abstract System ID#: 3499
HUANG, Hao [University of Utah] hao.huang@utah.edu, presenting author, primary author
WEI, Yehua Dennis [University of Utah] wei@geog.utah.edu


Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
FOUR PAPERS
3.11 CONSERVATION PLANNING AND REGULATIONS

Moderator/Discussant: NORTON, Richard [University of Michigan] rknorton@umich.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 125
THE ROLE OF LAND USE REGULATIONS AND PLANNER INITIATIVES IN NATURAL RESOURCE
PROTECTION IN CONSERVATION SUBDIVISIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3488
GOCMEN, Asli [University of Wisconsin - Madison] gocmen@wisc.edu

Abstract Index #: 136
IMPACT OF CONSERVATION EASEMENTS ON LAND USE CHANGE IN AGRICULTURAL REGIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3674
BRAZA, Mark [University of Maryland at College Park] brazam@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 152
TOWARD SUSTAINABILITY: AN ANALYSIS OF HABITAT PROTECTION PLANNING IN THE UNITED
STATES
Abstract System ID#: 3813
CARSON, Ed [Texas Southern University] edcrsn@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 155
REGIONAL VARIATION IN CONSERVATION EASEMENT LOCATION
Abstract System ID#: 3849
PERKL, Ryan [University of Arizona] rperkl@email.arizona.edu, presenting author
DYCKMAN, Caitlin [Clemson University] cdyckma@clemson.edu, primary author
LAURIA, Mickey [Clemson University] mlauria@clemson.edu


Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
FOUR PAPERS
3.18 UNDERSTANDING RESILIENCE AND RESPONSE IN HAZARD MITIGATION

Moderator: LI, Xiangyu [University of North Texas] laoyuman@hotmail.com

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 110
IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTALLY INDUCED MASS DISPLACEMENT ON THE PLANNING AND
DEVELOPMENT OF HOST COMMUNITIES (CASE STUDY: HOUSTON TX AFTER THE 2005 HURRICANE
KATRINA)
Abstract System ID#: 3289
CHANDRASEKHAR, Divya [Texas Southern University] ChandrasekharD@tsu.edu

Abstract Index #: 114
USING SURFACE POPULATION MODELS TO IMPROVE THE SPATIAL ACCURACY OF COASTAL
VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS
Abstract System ID#: 3357
MITSOVA, Diana [Florida Atlantic University] dmitsova@fau.edu, presenting author, primary author
ESNARD, Ann Margaret [Florida Atlantic University] aesnard@fau.edu
LI, Yanmei [Florida Atlantic University] yli22@fau.edu

Abstract Index #: 141
BUILDING DISASTER RESILIENCE AND SUSTAINABILITY IN RURAL COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3706
HAWKINS, Chris [University of Central Florida] cvhawkin@mail.ucf.edu

Abstract Index #: 147
MEASUREMENT OF SOCIAL VULNERABILITY TO DISASTERS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY
Abstract System ID#: 3743
YOON, Dong Keun [North Dakota State University] dk.yoon@ndsu.edu

Abstract Index #: 163
DECISION TIME: WHAT DRIVES ‘HOUSEHOLD DECISION’ TO ‘ACTUAL EVACUATION’?
Abstract System ID#: 3908
LI, Xiangyu [University of North Texas] laoyuman@hotmail.com, presenting author, primary author
MAGHELAL, Praveen [University of North Texas] Praveen.Maghelal@unt.edu
PEACOCK, Walter Gillis [Texas A&M University] peacock@tamu.edu


Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
FIVE PAPERS
4.4 CULTURE AND PLANNING

Moderator: MONTENEGRO MENEZES, Flavia [University of Massachusetts, Amherst]
flaviamontm@larp.umass.edu

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 194
GOT CULTURE? THE TREATMENT OF ‘CULTURE’ IN PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3727
UMEMOTO, Karen [University of Hawaii at Manoa] kumemoto@hawaii.edu

Abstract Index #: 181
MULTICULTURAL PLANNING IN UNITED STATES AND CANADIAN CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3263
AGRAWAL, Sandeep [Ryerson University] sagrawal@ryerson.ca

          Abstract Index #: 197
PLANNING, PLACE AND ARCHAEOLOGY: UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF CITY ARCHAEOLOGY
PROGRAMS IN THE EFFORT TO CREATE MEANINGFUL PLACES
Abstract System ID#: 3867
APPLER, Douglas [University of Kentucky] dra53@cornell.edu

Abstract Index #: 190
‘UNSETTLING’ CHATTANOOGA: RE-INSCRIBING THE CITY WITH STORIES OF ITS COLONIAL PAST
Abstract System ID#: 3541
KNAPP, Courtney [Cornell University] cek77@cornell.edu

         Abstract Index #: 177
THE ROLES OF CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN SOCIALLY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE
PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3217
MONTENEGRO MENEZES, Flavia [University of Massachusetts, Amherst] flaviamontm@larp.umass.edu


Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
FOUR PAPERS
5.13 PLANNING FOR BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD OUTCOMES

Moderator: SIMPSON, Sheryl Ann [Cornell University] sns64@cornell.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

          Abstract Index #: 230
ENVISIONING NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR MORE DEMOCRATIC CITIES: THE TRANSFORMATIVE
FORCE OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
Abstract System ID#: 3305
ELIAS, Maria Veronica [Eastern Washington University] mveroelias@gmail.com

          Abstract Index #: 284
FACILITATING CHANGE: COMMUNITY VISIONING TO COMMUNITY INDICATORS FOR SYRACUSE
FOCUS
Abstract System ID#: 3982
WOOD, Danielle [University of Wisconsin-Madison] dwood@wisc.edu

Abstract Index #: 260
SUB-AREA PLANNING OR NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING IN CHARLOTTE, NC
Abstract System ID#: 3707
SORENSEN, Janni [University of North Carolina-Charlotte] jsorens2@uncc.edu

Abstract Index #: 244
NEIGHBORHOOD AND INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE: IMMIGRANT INCORPORATION IN COMMUNITY
PLANNING AND HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3506
SIMPSON, Sheryl Ann [Cornell University] sns64@cornell.edu


Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
THREE PAPERS
6.12 GATES, WALLS AND FRAGMENTED CITIES

Moderator/Discussant: HATUKA, Tali [Tel Aviv University] hatuka@post.tau.ac.il (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 340
THE PATHS AND WAYS OF GENTRIFICATION IN LATIN AMERICA: THE CASE OF MEDELLIN,
COLOMBIA
Abstract System ID#: 3763
BETANCUR, John J. [University of Illinois at Chicago] betancur@uic.edu

Abstract Index #: 335
FRAGMENTATION, SEGREGATION, AND SUBURBANIZATION IN BRAZIL
Abstract System ID#: 3695
ZANOTTO, Juliana [University of California, Irvine] jzanotto@uci.edu

Abstract Index #: 322
ENVISIONING INDONESIAN NEW URBANISM: SHARED STREETS AS A FRAMEWORK FOR STREET
DESIGN
Abstract System ID#: 3480
HUTABARAT LO, Ria [University of California, Berkeley] riahut@berkeley.edu


Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
TWO PAPERS
7.2 LAND CONSERVATION

Moderator/Discussant: LEWIS, Rebecca [Florida State University] rlewis2@fsu.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 382
CROSS DISCIPLINARY LITERATURE REVIEW ON ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF LAND PROTECTION
Abstract System ID#: 3631
MITTAL, Jay [Auburn University] jay.mittal@auburn.edu

Abstract Index #: 372
ENVISIONING A NATIUONAL COMMONS: 100 YEARS OF THE WEEKS ACT
Abstract System ID#: 3245
LAPPING, Mark [University of Southern Maine] lapping@usm.maine.edu


Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
THREE PAPERS
9.3 WHAT PLANNING PROGRAMS ARE TEACHING

Moderator: FLAMM, Bradley [Temple University] bflamm@temple.edu

Discussant: TEITZ, Michael [University of California, Berkeley] Teitz@ppic.org (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 447
SUB NO MORE: TOWARD A STRONGER ROLE FOR THE SUBURBS IN URBAN AND REGIONAL
PLANNING EDUCATION
Abstract System ID#: 3621
FLAMM, Bradley [Temple University] bflamm@temple.edu

Abstract Index #: 449
TRAINING PLANNING STUDENTS IN THE USE OF PARTICIPATORY PLANNING METHODS: A STUDY
OF CURRENT PLANNING SCHOOL’S CURRICULA
Abstract System ID#: 3666
BLANTON, Joan [Jackson State University] joan.blanton@jsums.edu

Abstract Index #: 443
ACADEMY AWARDS: LEARNING TO “ACT” SUSTAINABLY AND EQUITABLY IN THE DORCHESTER
“GREENHOUSE” STUDIO
Abstract System ID#: 3336
BUCKLEY, James [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] buckleyj@mit.edu


Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
THREE PAPERS
10.2 GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS, LONG-RUN PERSPECTIVES

Moderator/Discussant: SORENSEN, Andre [University of Toronto] Sorensen@utsc.utoronto.ca (confirmed)
Abstract Index #: 473
ENVISIONING A NEW ORDER: EARLY 20TH CENTURY CALIFORNIA JUDICIAL DECISIONS THAT
HELPED SHAPE LAND USE CONTROLS
Abstract System ID#: 3703
KOLNICK, Kathy [University of Southern California] kolnick@usc.edu

Abstract Index #: 477
LAND, WATER, AND INDIGENOUS RIGHTS: GEOGRAPHIES OF INDIGENOUS GOVERNANCE
REGIMES IN HAWAII, 1850s-1910s
Abstract System ID#: 3852
TAMAYOSE, Beth [University of California, Los Angeles] btamayose@ucla.edu, presenting author, primary author
TAKAHASHI, Lois [University of California, Los Angeles] takahash@ucla.edu

Abstract Index #: 475
THE LONG ARC OF EMPLOYER ASSISTED HOUSING--FROM BENEFIT FOR THE ELITE TO POLICY
FOR THE REST OF US
Abstract System ID#: 3744
GREENSTEIN, Rosalind [HUD] roz.greenstein@gmail.com


Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
FOUR PAPERS
14.11 MULTIMODAL DIMENSIONS OF TRAVEL 2

Moderator: DILL, Jennifer [Portland State University] jdill@otrec.us

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 587
UNDERSTANDING THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PARKING MANAGEMENT AND TRANSIT USAGE:
A CASE STUDY OF MIAMI AND FT. LAUDERDALE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICTS
Abstract System ID#: 3307
STEINER, Ruth [University of Florida] rsteiner@dcp.ufl.edu, presenting author, primary author
JOURDAN, Dawn [University of Florida] dwnjrdn@aol.com
BLANCO, Andres [University of Florida] agblanco@ufl.edu
MACKEY, Jessica [University of Florida] emerald2@ufl.edu
HANLEY, Gareth [University of Florida] grhanley@ufl.edu
SUCAR, Vanessa [University of Florida] vsucar@ufl.edu
SHMALTSUYEV, Max [University of Florida] mshmalt@ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 594
DETERMINANTS OF BICYCLE-TRANSIT INTEGRATION IN U.S. CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3403
WANG, Rui [University of California, Los Angeles] ruiwang@ucla.edu

Abstract Index #: 620
INCOME AND MULTIMODAL TRAVEL
Abstract System ID#: 3688
BLUMENBERG, Evelyn [University of California, Los Angeles] eblumenb@ucla.edu

Abstract Index #: 636
TRAVEL AND TODS: THE ROLE OF ATTITUDES AND OTHER FACTORS
Abstract System ID#: 3840
DILL, Jennifer [Portland State University] jdill@otrec.us
Saturday, October 15, 2:45pm – 4:15pm
FOUR PAPERS
14.15 PERCEPTIONS, ATTITUDES AND PREFERENCES: DIGGING DEEPER TO UNDERSTAND TRAVEL
BEHAVIOR 2

Moderator: SCHNEIDER, Robert [University of California, Berkeley] rschneider@berkeley.edu

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 574
ASSESSING PREFERENCES FOR TRANSIT-ORIENTED COMMUNITIES IN DENVER, COLORADO
Abstract System ID#: 3166
LUCKEY, Kara [University of Colorado, Denver] kara.luckey@ucdenver.edu
MARSHALL, Wesley E. [University of Colorado, Denver] Wesley.marshall@ucdenver.edu
ATKINSON-PALOMBO, Carol [University of Connecticut] carol.atkinson-palombo@uconn.edu

Abstract Index #: 579
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, ATTITUDES TOWARD FOOD, BUILT
ENVIRONMENTS, AND TRAVEL FREQUENCY TO GROCERY STORE
Abstract System ID#: 3237
JIAO, Junfeng [University of Washington] hkujjf@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
MOUDON, Anne [University of Washington] moudon@u.washington.edu

Abstract Index #: 652
THE TRAVEL BEHAVIOUR OF RECENT IMMIGRANTS IN THE GREATER TORONTO AREA
Abstract System ID#: 3971
HESS, Paul [University of Toronto] hess@geog.utoronto.ca, presenting author
MARZOUGHI, Reihane [University of Toronto] rei.marzoughi@utoronto.ca, primary author

Abstract Index #: 580
A FIVE-STEP THEORY OF HOW PEOPLE CHOOSE TRAVEL MODES
Abstract System ID#: 3244
SCHNEIDER, Robert [University of California, Berkeley] rschneider@berkeley.edu


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
THREE PAPERS
2.11 SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIES

Moderator/Discussant: GOLOB, Elyse [University of Arizona] egolob@cmi.arizona.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 38
THEORIZING GROWTH OF RECYCLING INDUSTRY UNDER EXTENDED PRODUCER
RESPONSIBILITY: CASE STUDY OF CARPET IN A METRO REGION
Abstract System ID#: 3143
CHOI, Taelim [Georgia Institute of Technology] tchoi3@gatech.edu, presenting author
LEIGH, Nancey Green [Georgia Institute of Technology] ngleigh@coa.gatech.edu, primary author

Abstract Index #: 77
INDUSTRIAL RETENTION, IMPORT SUBSTITUTION AND GREEN INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT: THE
REVIVAL OF CLASSIC SUPPLY AND DEMAND SIDE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT POLICIES
Abstract System ID#: 3890
ODEN, Michael [University of Texas, Austin] oden@mail.utexas.edu

Abstract Index #: 72
AGRICULTURE AS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF CENTRAL NEW YORK BOUNTY
Abstract System ID#: 3729
JABLONSKI, Becca [Cornell University] rb223@cornell.edu


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FOUR PAPERS
3.9 SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING II: EMERGING SUSTAINABILITY PRACTICES

Moderator/Discussant: HANLON, Bernadette [UMBC] bhanlon1@umbc.edu (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 129
DECENTRALIZED INFRASTRUCTURE: ARE ECO-DISTRICTS KEY TO THE CITY OF THE FUTURE?
Abstract System ID#: 3509
ELMER, Vicki [University of Oregon] velmer@uoregon.edu

Abstract Index #: 137
A CRITICAL REVIEW OF COMPLETED AND EMERGING BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN
SUSTAINABLE BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3684
DE SOUSA, Christopher [University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee] desousa@uwm.edu

Abstract Index #: 144
CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABLE URBAN PLANNING: THE CASE OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3718
AI, Ning [Georgia Institute of Technology] gtg255v@mail.gatech.edu

Abstract Index #: 145
IMPROVING COMMUNICATION AMONG REAL ESTATE STAKEHOLDERS: SHEDDING NEW LIGHT ON
THE INDICATORS FOR SUSTAINABLE REAL ESTATE PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT, INVESTMENT
AND MANAGEMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3725
CHRISTENSEN, Pernille [Clemson University] pchrist@clemson.edu


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FOUR PAPERS
3.19 NEW MODELS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE

Moderator/Discussant: YOUNG, Robert [University of Oregon] ryoung@uoregon.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 96
THE AQUIFER DOESN'T STOP AT THE COUNTY BOUNDARY
Abstract System ID#: 3141
MILZ, Dan [University of Illinois at Chicago] dmilz2@uic.edu

Abstract Index #: 101
SINK OR SWIM: TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE IN SOUTHEAST ASIAN COASTAL
CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3195
HICKMAN, Alexis [University of California, Irvine] Hickmana@uci.edu

          Abstract Index #: 124
STEPPING INTO THE SEA: A NEW ROLE OF PLANNING AND PLANNERS
Abstract System ID#: 3530
SHAW, David [University of Liverpool] daveshaw@liv.ac.uk, presenting author
KIDD, Sue [University of Liverpool] suekidd@liv.ac.uk, primary author

Abstract Index #: 167
MANAGING RISKS ON THE RURAL-URBAN DIVIDE OF MANAGUA, NICARAGUA
Abstract System ID#: 3930
NARVAEZ, Guillermo [University of Minnesota] narvaezg@gmail.com


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FOUR PAPERS
4.5 INCORPORATING AGE, IDENTITY, GENDER, AND CLASS INTO PLANNING PROCESSES

Moderator: HARMON, Abbilyn [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] abbilyn@gmail.com

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 196
ENVISIONING AGE-FRIENDLY PLACES: MANITOBA'S URBAN, SUBURBAN AND RURAL
COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3776
MILGROM, Richard [University of Manitoba] milgrom@cc.umanitoba.ca

Abstract Index #: 178
GRANOLA NEIGHBORHOODS AND LGBT INDIVIDUALS: THE POLITICS OF ANTI-DISCRIMINATION
ORDINANCES:
Abstract System ID#: 3224
DOAN, Petra [Florida State University] pdoan@fsu.edu

Abstract Index #: 175
ARE WOMEN GIVEN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY TO INFLUENCE BICYCLE PLANNING POLICY? AN
EXAMINATION OF WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION IN BICYCLE ADVISORY COMMITTEES IN
CALIFORNIA
Abstract System ID#: 3068
NIXON, Hilary [San Jose State University] hilary.nixon@sjsu.edu, presenting author, primary author
DELUCA, Cathy [San Jose State University] delucath@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 186
DETERMINING CRITICAL FACTORS IN COMMUNITY-LEVEL PLANNING OF HOMELESS SERVICE
PROJECTS
Abstract System ID#: 3428
HARMON, Abbilyn [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] abbilyn@gmail.com


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FOUR PAPERS
5.14 PERSPECTIVES ON HOUSING POLICY

Moderator/Discussant: CHAPPLE, Karen [University of California, Berkeley] chapple@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 223
MARKETS AND SUBSIDY: LESSONS FROM THE GREAT RECESSION
Abstract System ID#: 3268
SCHWARTZ, Alex [The New School] schwartz@newschool.edu

Abstract Index #: 228
RACE-ING TO DEMOLITION: RACE AND THE DECLINE OF PUBLIC HOUSING
Abstract System ID#: 3290
GOETZ, Edward [University of Minnesota] egoetz@umn.edu

Abstract Index #: 231
HARNESSING THE BENEFITS OF STATE HOUSING TRUST FUNDS: UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF
LOCAL ADMINISTRATORS IN MEETING AFFORDABLE HOUSING NEEDS IN IOWA
Abstract System ID#: 3332
BASMAJIAN, Carlton [Iowa State University] carlton@iastate.edu, presenting author, primary author
OWUSU, Francis [Iowa State University] fowusu@iastate.edu

Abstract Index #: 268
THE METROPOLITAN MILITARY: PUBLIC-PRIVATE MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING IN SAN DIEGO
AND THE SUNBELT
Abstract System ID#: 3774
REFT, Ryan [University of California, San Diego] ryanreft@gmail.com


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FOUR PAPERS
5.15 NEIGHBORHOODS AND NEIGHBORHOOD CHANGE

Moderator: THOMPSON, Michelle [University of New Orleans] mmthomp1@uno.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 203
CONCEPTUALIZING THE NEW URBAN RENEWAL: COMPARING THE PAST TO THE PRESENT
Abstract System ID#: 3041
HYRA, Derek [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] dhyra@vt.edu

Abstract Index #: 233
SCATTERING THE BARRIO: TUCSON’S CONNIE CHAMBERS PUBLIC HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AND
THE CONTESTED LEGACY OF URBAN RENEWAL
Abstract System ID#: 3356
VALE, Lawrence [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] ljvale@mit.edu

Abstract Index #: 247
PRECARIOUS HOUSING AND CONCENTRATED SOCIAL VULNERABILITY: A 100-METRO
ASSESSMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3535
PENDALL, Rolf [Urban Institute] rpendall@urban.org, presenting author, primary author
THEODOS, Brett [Urban Institute] btheodos@urban.org

Abstract Index #: 271
NEW ORLEANS REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY LOT NEXT DOOR PROGRAM: NEW MARKET
VALUES IN A WEAK MARKET CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3802
THOMPSON, Michelle [University of New Orleans] mmthomp1@uno.edu


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
THREE PAPERS
6.8 INFORMALITY

Moderator/Discussant: SANDOVAL, Gerardo [University of Oregon] gsando@uoregon.edu (confirmed)
Abstract Index #: 291
FORMALIZING THE INFORMAL: STREET VENDING REGULATION IN CHINA
Abstract System ID#: 3114
BELL, Jonathan [University of California, Los Angeles] jsbell@ucla.edu, presenting author
LOUKAITOUSIDERIS, Anastasia [University of California, Los Angeles] sideris@ucla.edu, primary author

Abstract Index #: 302
OFF THE STREETS AND INDOORS: NEW FORMS OF INFORMALITY IN THE HISTORIC CENTER OF
QUITO, ECUADOR
Abstract System ID#: 3257
HANLEY, Lisa [Zeppelin University] lmh48@cornell.edu

Abstract Index #: 320
URBAN FLEXIBILITY, INFORMALITY AND GOVERNANCE: SOUTH-SOUTH COMPARISONS BETWEEN
MEXICO AND TANZANIA
Abstract System ID#: 3475
BAPTISTA, Idalina [University of Oxford] l.loquat@gmail.com


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
THREE PAPERS
6.17 PLANNING HAITI

Moderator/Discussant: Ann Margaret Esnard aesnard@fau.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 306
RE-HOUSING URBAN HAITI AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE: DUAL ROLE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL
Abstract System ID#: 3294
MUKHERJI, Anuradha [East Carolina University] anuradha.mukherji@gmail.com, presenting author
GANAPATI, Nazife [Florida International University] ganapati@fiu.edu, primary author
GUITELE, Rahill [University of South Florida] gjrahill@usf.edu
CLERISME, Calixte, clerisme@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 303
PLANNING HAITI: COMPETING SOVEREIGNTIES AND THE CRISIS OF DISCIPLINE
Abstract System ID#: 3277
SILVA, Enrique [Boston University] ersilva@bu.edu

Abstract Index #: 332
PLANNING TRANS-NATIONALLY: RECONSTRUCTION BETWEEN MIAMI AND PORT-AU-PRINCE
Abstract System ID#: 3636
BURGA, Hector [University of California, Berkeley] fernandoburga@hotmail.com


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FOUR PAPERS
7.5 REUSING LAND

Moderator/Discussant: WEITZ, Jerry [Eastern Carolina University] weitzj@ecu.edu

Abstract Index #: 375
THE FARM-CITY SYMBIOSIS: PERI-URBAN ANIMAL AGRICULTURE
Abstract System ID#: 3320
BRINKLEY, Catherine [The University of Pennsylvania] catb@vet.upenn.edu

Abstract Index #: 387
WHICH CAME FIRST: THE CHICKEN OR THE ORDINANCE?
Abstract System ID#: 3739
BASSETT, Ellen [Portland State University] bassette@pdx.edu, presenting author, primary author
IROZ-ELARDO, Nicole [Portland State University] irozelardo@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 364
SMOKED OUT: LOCAL LAND USE POLICY FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA
Abstract System ID#: 3091
NEMETH, Jeremy [University of Colorado, Denver] jeremy.nemeth@colorado.edu, presenting author, primary
author
ROSS, Eric [University of Colorado, Denver] eric.w.rossucd@gmail.com
WEBER, J. Wheeler [University of Colorado, Denver] EMinfo@boulder.net

PROJECTING LANDSCAPES OF DEATH
Abstract System ID#: 3125
COUTTS, Christopher [Florida State University] ccoutts@fsu.edu
BASMAJIAN, Carlton [Iowa State University] carlton@iastate.edu
CHAPIN, Timothy [Florida State University] tchapin@fsu.edu


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
THREE PAPERS
8.4 HEALTHY BUILT ENVIRONMENTS: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Moderator: NASAR, Jack [The Ohio State University] nasar.1@osu.edu

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 406
URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINANTS ASSOCIATED WITH PEDESTRIAN SAFETY IN CIUDAD
JUÁREZ, MEXICO
Abstract System ID#: 3325
FUENTES, Cesar [El Colegio de la Frontera Norte] cfuentes@colef.mx, presenting author, primary author
HERNANDEZ, Vladimir [Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez] vlahdez@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 412
BUILT ENVIRONMENT, TIME CONSTRAINTS, AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: A PATH ANALYSIS
Abstract System ID#: 3450
AHN, YongJin [University of Southern California] yongjina@usc.edu, presenting author, primary author
GIULIANO, Genevieve [University of Southern California] giuliano@sppd.usc.edu

Abstract Index #: 410
PERCEIVED ASPECTS OF STREETS AND CHILDREN'S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Abstract System ID#: 3571
NASAR, Jack [The Ohio State University] nasar.1@osu.edu, presenting author, primary author
ABDULKARIM, Dina [The Ohio State University] dabdulkarim@yahoo.com


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
THREE PAPERS
9.6 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: IN HONOR AND MEMORY OF ANDY ISSERMAN: INSPIRATION,
ANALYSIS, AND EVIDENCE, SESSION 2

Moderator: HOPKINS, Lewis [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] ldhopkin@illinois.edu

Discussant: RENSKI, Henri [University of Massachusetts] hrenski@larp.umass.edu (confirmed)
Abstract Index #: 434
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON PLANNING METHODS
Abstract System ID#: 3034
KLOSTERMAN, Richard E. [University of Akron] dick.klosterman@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 444
TEACHING FORECASTING TO LEARN HOW THE WORLD CAN WORK
Abstract System ID#: 3430
FESER, Edward [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] feser@illinois.edu

Abstract Index #: 12
ACTION, INSPIRATION, AND COALITIONS OF VARIETY: E PLURIBUS EFFECTIONIS
Abstract System ID#: 3361
HOPKINS, Lewis [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] ldhopkin@illinois.edu


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FOUR PAPERS
10.3 US PLANNING HISTORY

Moderator: McCLURE, Wendy [University of Idaho] wmcclure@uidaho.edu

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 466
MISCONCEPTIONS OF RADBURN – REVISITING LESSONS FOR COMMUNITY BUILDING AND NEW
TOWNS
Abstract System ID#: 3274
LARSEN, Kristin [University of Florida] klarsen@ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 472
DESIGN CENTER AS A PLATFORM FOR REGIONAL PLANNING PRACTICE: THE UB URBAN DESIGN
PROJECT 1990-2011
Abstract System ID#: 3675
SHIBLEY, Robert G. [University at Buffalo] rshibley@buffalo.edu, presenting author
HOVEY, Bradshaw [University at Buffalo] bhovey@buffalo.edu, primary author

          Abstract Index #: 469
EVOLUTION FROM URBAN RENEWAL TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT—IMPLICATIONS FOR
SHRINKING CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3426
FARRIS, J. Terrence [Clemson University] jfarris@clemson.edu

Abstract Index #: 471
ASSESSING RELATIVE CAPACITY FOR TOWNSCAPE SUSTAINABILITY: PROFILES OF “OLD WEST”
MINING TOWNS THAT HAVE BEEN ADAPTED FOR “NEW WEST” ECONOMIES
Abstract System ID#: 3626
McCLURE, Wendy [University of Idaho] wmcclure@uidaho.edu


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
TWO PAPERS
13.6 REGIONAL PLANNING: BUILDING CAPACITY, SCENARIOS AND CONSTITUENCIES

Moderator/Discussant: FOSTER, Kathryn [University at Buffalo, SUNY] kafoster@buffalo.edu (confirmed)
Abstract Index #: 547
BALLOT BOX PLANNING: RAIL REFERENDA AND METROPOLITAN COALITION BUILDING
Abstract System ID#: 3609
LOWE, Kate [Cornell University] crl64@cornell.edu, presenting author, primary author
GAINSBOROUGH, Juliet [Bentley University] JGainsborough@bentley.edu
NGUYEN, Mai [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] mai@unc.edu
PENDALL, Rolf [The Urban Institute] rpendall@urban.org

Abstract Index #: 551
MEGA-REGIONAL SCENARIOS AND HOW THEY CAN ASSIST DECISION-MAKING
Abstract System ID#: 3644
MISHRA, Sabyasachee [University of Maryland at College Park] mishra@umd.edu, presenting author, primary
author
CHAKRABORTY, Arnab [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] arnab@illinois.edu
KNAAP, Gerrit [University of Maryland at College Park] gknaap@umd.edu


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FIVE PAPERS
14.13 HEALTH AND TRANSPORTATION: IT'S MORE THAN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Moderator: BAE, Christine [University of Washington] cbae@uw.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 571
ACTIVE TRAVEL IN GERMANY AND THE USA: THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF DAILY WALKING AND
CYCLING TOWARD MEETING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RECOMMENDATIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3144
BUEHLER, Ralph [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] ralphbu@vt.edu, presenting author, primary
author
PUCHER, John [Rutgers University] johnpucher@gmail.com
MEROM, Dafna [University of Sydney] dafna.merom@sydney.edu.au
BAUMAN, Adrian [University of Sydney] adrian.bauman@sydney.edu.au

Abstract Index #: 572
ACCESS AND OUTCOMES: TRANSPORTATION, LOCATION AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING
Abstract System ID#: 3155
MORRIS, Eric [University of California, Los Angeles] ericmorris3@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 584
DIFFERENTIAL EXPOSURE TO TRAFFIC HAZARDS AND PROTECTIVE ENVIRONMENTS IN URBAN
WISCONSIN
Abstract System ID#: 3292
MCANDREWS, Carolyn [University of Wisconsin-Madison] cmcandre@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 642
INFLUENCING DECISIONS WITH ITERATIVE HEALTH IMPACT ASSESSMENTS
Abstract System ID#: 3894
IROZ-ELARDO, Nicole [Portland State University] irozelardo@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 613
BICYCLIST EXPOSURE TO AIR POLLUTION: SEATTLE AND SEOUL COMPARED
Abstract System ID#: 3642
BAE, Christine [University of Washington] cbae@uw.edu, presenting author, primary author
HONG, Esok Andy [University of Washington] andyhong@gmail.com


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FIVE PAPERS
14.14 TRANSPORTATION ANALYSIS USING GPS, GIS AND OTHER SPATIAL INFORMATION

Moderator: CORNILLIE, Thomas [Independent Scholar] tcornill@umich.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 602
PUBLIC TRANSIT SERVICE COVERAGE IN VANCOUVER, CANADA (1981-2001)
Abstract System ID#: 3504
TOWNSEND, Craig [Concordia University] townsend@alcor.concordia.ca, presenting author, primary author
HIGNETT, Jeff [Concordia University] hignett@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 611
VISUALIZATION OF ACTIVITY PATTERNS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS IN BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND
TRAVEL BEHAVIOR RESEARCH
Abstract System ID#: 3604
WANG, Xiaoguang [Central Michigan University] wang9x@cmich.edu, presenting author, primary author
GRENGS, Joe [University of Michigan] grengs@umich.edu
KOSTYNIUK, Lidia [University of Michigan] lidakost@umich.edu

Abstract Index #: 586
TESTING TRANSIT SCENARIOS: TOOLS FOR CREATING PARCEL-LEVEL TRANSIT ACCESS SURFACE
TO PRIORITIZE FUTURE POPULATION ALLOCATION
Abstract System ID#: 3306
ARAFAT, Abdulnaser [University of Florida] naserarafat@dcp.ufl.edu, presenting author, primary author
ZWICK, Paul [University of Florida] pdzwick@ufl.edu
STEINER, Ruth [University of Florida] rsteiner@dcp.ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 664
THEORY AND REALITY IN APPLYING SCENARIO PLANNING FOR A NEW COMMUTER RAIL
SERVICE
Abstract System ID#: 4041
CORNILLIE, Thomas [Independent Scholar] tcornill@umich.edu


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FOUR PAPERS
15.11 PUBLIC OPEN SPACE SESSION

Moderator/Discussant: ELLIN, Nan [University of Utah] nan.ellin@utah.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 676
THE SUCCESS OF URBAN OPEN SPACES IN ISRAELI NEIGHBORHOODS: A COMPARISON BETWEEN
DESERT AND NON-DESERT SETTLEMENTS
Abstract System ID#: 3803
ROFE, Yodan [Ben-Gurion University of the Negev] yrofe@bgu.ac.il, presenting author, primary author
FEIERSTEIN, Gabriela [Ben-Gurion University of the Negev] gfeier@gmail.com
ZARHIN, Inbal [Ben-Gurion University of the Negev] inbalfeya@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 686
THE PRODUCTION OF PUBLIC SPACE: UNDERSTANDING THE SURROUNDING CONTEXT OF PUBLIC
OPEN SPACE
Abstract System ID#: 3518
LEE, Sungduck [Arizona State University] sungducklee@asu.edu

Abstract Index #: 685
A NEW SPATIAL FIX: THE PROMISE OF PUBLIC SPACE IN A FRAGMENTED BUENOS AIRES
Abstract System ID#: 3507
BERNEY, Rachel [University of Southern California] berney@usc.edu

Abstract Index #: 666
MEASURING URBAN DESIGN QUALITIES OF STREETSCAPES; INDICATORS OF LIVABLE STREETS
Abstract System ID#: 3008
KIM, Jong Yon [Texas A&M University] jy.kim@tamu.edu


Saturday, October 15, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
FIVE PAPERS
16.2 COLLABORATION, PARTICIPATION AND GLOBALIZATION: AN INTERNATIONAL AGENDA

Moderator/Discussant: WU, Weiping [Tufts University] weiping.wu@tufts.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 721
PLANNING FRONTIERS IN SAIGON AND ADDIS ABABA: VERTICALLY-INTEGRATED GLOBAL
URBANIZATION
Abstract System ID#: 3340
SPENCER, James [University of Hawaii at Manoa] jhs@hawaii.edu

Abstract Index #: 724
INSURGENT PLANNING AND ITS INTERLOCUTORS: STUDIO PEDAGOGY AS UNSANCTIONED
PRACTICE IN SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Abstract System ID#: 3462
SLETTO, Bjorn [University of Texas] bjornsletto@mail.utexas.edu

Abstract Index #: 718
THE PAST AS PRESENT: FILM AS A PLANNING INTERVENTION IN NATIVE/NON-NATIVE RELATIONS
IN BC, CANADA
Abstract System ID#: 3109
SANDERCOCK, Leonie [University of British Columbia] leonies@interchange.ubc.ca

Abstract Index #: 717
INSTITUTING PARTICIPATORY PLANNING IN INDIA’S URBAN RENEWAL: TOKEN GESTURE OR
ENVISIONING FUTURE IN CONCERT?
Abstract System ID#: 3108
VIDYARTHI, Sanjeev [University of Illinois at Chicago] svidy@uic.edu, presenting author, primary author
BASMAJIAN, Carlton [Iowa State University] carlton@iastate.edu
HOCH, Charles [University of Illinois at Chicago] chashoch@uic.edu

Abstract Index #: 730
4G PLANNING: PROSPECTS FOR A 4TH GENERATION OF INTERNATIONAL PLANNING
SCHOLARSHIP IN THE 2010
Abstract System ID#: 3827
BIRCH, Eugenie [The University of Pennsylvania] elbirch@upenn.edu


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
1.5 LAND USE MODELING AND RELATED ISSUES

Moderator/Discussant: FRENCH, Steven [Georgia Institute of Technology] steve.french@coa.gatech.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 21
CADASTRE-BASED TEMPORAL LAND USE MODELING WITH PYTHON
Abstract System ID#: 3699
LIESKE, Scott [University of Wyoming] lieske@uwyo.edu

Abstract Index #: 8
ENHANCING A GIS METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK LINKING URBAN SETTLEMENT AND LAND-
USE CHANGES TO FOREST AND GROUND BIOMASS CARBON STORAGE AND SEQUESTRATION: IN
THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION PLAN
Abstract System ID#: 3301
SUNG, Sangwoo [Georgia Institute of Technology] swsung@gatech.edu, presenting author, primary author
FRENCH, Steven [Georgia Institute of Technology] steve.french@coa.gatech.edu

          Abstract Index #: 25
INTEGRATED SCENARIO DEVELOPMENT TO ANALYZE THE INTERACTION OF FUTURE LAND-USE
PATTERNS AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION TO ESTIMATE THE FINANCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL
BENEFITS OF PRACTICES TO REDUCE GREENHOUSE EMISSIONS. CASE STUDY: CLIMATE ACTION
PLAN, ROCHESTER, NY
Abstract System ID#: 3933
BECERRA CORDOBA, Nancy [Rochester Institute of Technology] nbcgpt@rit.edu, presenting author, primary
author
MESSINGER, David [Rochester Institute of Technology] messinger@cis.rit.edu


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
2.8 COMMERCIAL DISTRICTS

Moderator/Discussant: SERVON, Lisa [The New School for Management and Urban Policy]
servonl@newschool.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 54
BEYOND SAFE AND CLEAN: ARE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS GOOD FOR BUSINESS?
Abstract System ID#: 3337
SUTTON, Stacey [Columbia University] ss3115@columbia.edu

Abstract Index #: 67
THE IMPACT OF CRIME ON NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS ACTIVITY: EVIDENCE FROM COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY VALUES
Abstract System ID#: 3569
MELTZER, Rachel [Milano, The New School] meltzerr@newschool.edu, presenting author
LENS, Michael [New York University] michael.lens@nyu.edu, primary author

Abstract Index #: 69
FROM CITIES TO THE SUBURBS: INTRA-METROPOLITAN LOCATION AND GROWTH OF ETHNIC
ENTERPRISES
Abstract System ID#: 3598
LIU, Cathy [Georgia State University] cyliu@gsu.edu
Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
3.16 PARTICIPATION AND PERCEPTIONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL DECISION MAKING

Moderator/Discussant: ELLIOTT, Michael [Georgia Institute of Technology] michael.elliott@coa.gatech.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 100
RESHAPING URBAN FORM? ANTI-SPRAWL LEGISLATION AND THE LOS ANGELES REGION
Abstract System ID#: 3194
TSAI, Oscar [University of California, Irvine] otsai@uci.edu

Abstract Index #: 108
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS IN STATE ADMINISTERED VOLUNTARY CLEANUP
PROGRAMS: A TYPOLOGY
Abstract System ID#: 3265
SIMON, Erik [Clemson University] ebsimon@clemson.edu

Abstract Index #: 122
EXPLAINING OPPOSITION TO LARGE-SCALE ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
Abstract System ID#: 3463
BOUDET, Hilary [Stanford University] hilschaf@stanford.edu

Abstract Index #: 166
ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY: A VISION OF RELEVANCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
GROUPS
Abstract System ID#: 3929

WESLEY, Joan [Jackson State University] joan.m.wesley@jsums.edu, presenting author, primary author
MEREM, Edmund [Jackson State University] edmund.c.merem@jsums.edu
FULLER, Henry [City of Jackson] hfuller@city.jackson.ms.us
WILLIAMS, Jasmine [Jackson State University] jasmine.williams@students.jsums.edu


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
5.16 RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL GENTRIFICATION

Moderator: HECK, Allison [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] ajaheck@vt.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 286
DISPLACEMENT AND GENTRIFICATION IN LOS ANGELES
Abstract System ID#: 4005
SIMS, Revel [University of California, Los Angeles] rsims@ucla.edu

Abstract Index #: 224
CREATING LITTLE ITALY: THE CASE OF SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK
Abstract System ID#: 3272
TERZANO, Kathryn [The Ohio State University] terzano.1@osu.edu

Abstract Index #: 200
THE U STREET HERITAGE TRAIL: HERITAGE TOURISM AND THE DYNAMICS OF PLACEMAKING
Abstract System ID#: 3021
HECK, Allison [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] ajaheck@vt.edu
Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
5.17 HOUSING PREFERENCES: WHAT PEOPLE WANT, WHAT THEY GET, AND WHAT MAKES THE
DIFFERENCE

Moderator: GARCIA ZAMBRANA, Ivis [University of Illiniois at Chicago] ivis.garcia@gmail.com

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 234
IS EXURBAN GROWTH ENABLING AFRICAN AMERICANS' SOCIAL MOBILITY? EVIDENCE FROM
THE LOS ANGELES REGION
Abstract System ID#: 3375
PFEIFFER, Deirdre [Arizona State University] dap624@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 241
HOUSING PREFERENCES OF RESIDENTS IN CHINA: EVIDENCE FROM BEIJING
Abstract System ID#: 3472
MA, Liang [Portland State University] liangm@pdx.edu, presenting author
YE, Runing [Xi-an Jiaotong University] yeruning@gmail.com, primary author

Abstract Index #: 245
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE U.S. MORTGAGE MARKET: DELINEATING THE NEOLIBERAL TURN
Abstract System ID#: 3511
GARCIA ZAMBRANA, Ivis [University of Illiniois at Chicago] ivis.garcia@gmail.com


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
6.14 MASTER PLANNING AND ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES

Moderator/Discussant: NESSE, Kate [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] klnesse2@illinois.edu

Abstract Index #: 344
PLANNING IN THE FACE OF COMPLEXITY: CREATING THE CONDITIONS FOR ADAPTIVE
STRATEGIES IN BOLIVIA’S NATIONAL ZERO MALNUTRITION PROGRAM
Abstract System ID#: 3844
HOEY, Lesli [Cornell University] lmh46@cornell.edu

Abstract Index #: 360
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF PLANNING FOR DEVELOPMENT – ENVISIONING OR FORECASTING? CASE
OF KOREA’S DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE
Abstract System ID#: 4027
KANG, Myounggu [University of Seoul] mgkang@alum.mit.edu

Abstract Index #: 289
LEARNING FROM THE SOUTH: THE URBANISM OF SMART GROWTH IN MEXICO AND BRAZIL
Abstract System ID#: 3076
DEL RIO, Vicente [California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo] vdelrion@calpoly.edu, presenting
author, primary author
MAIN, Kelly [California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo] kdmain@calpoly.edu

Abstract Index #: 353
MASTER PLAN SEOUL 2020 AND ITS HISTORIC PRECEDENTS FOR SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA
Abstract System ID#: 3959
WINCHELL, Dick [Eastern Washington University] dgwinchell@gmail.com


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
7.8 DOES LAND USE PLANNING MATTER?

Moderator/Discussant: There will be no discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 376
HAS SMART GROWTH SERVED SINGLE MOTHERS? A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF 45 MSAS USING
THE AMERICAN HOUSING SURVEY DATA
Abstract System ID#: 3362
STOCKARD, Jean [University of Oregon] jeans@uoregon.edu, presenting author, primary author
YANG, Yizhao [University of Oregon] yizhao@uoregon.edu
PENDALL, Rolf [The Urban Institute] rpendall@urban.org
MARCIA, Sean [University of Oregon] sean_marcia@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 386
SURVEY OF US LOCAL GOVERNMENT USE OF DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES
Abstract System ID#: 3708
LAWHON, Larry [Kansas State University] lawhonll@ksu.edu

Abstract Index #: 361
EVALUATING LOCAL COASTAL ZONE LAND USE PLANNING IN FIVE PACIFIC COASTAL STATES:
STATISTICAL RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY ASSESSMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3017
TANG, Zhenghong [University of Nebraska - Lincoln] ztang2@unl.edu


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
8.5 HEALTH, CLIMATE CHANGE AND INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING

Moderator: KLEIN ROSENTHAL, Joyce [Harvard University] joyce.rosenthal@gmail.com

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 409
TRANSPORTATION NETWORK PLANNING FOR INFRASTRUCTURE RESILIENCY IN DISASTERS
Abstract System ID#: 3343
ZIMMERMAN, Rae [New York University] rae.zimmerman@nyu.edu

Abstract Index #: 432
PLANNING FOR URBAN CLIMATE ADAPTATION - LOOKING FOR A WAY IN
Abstract System ID#: 4017
KLEIN ROSENTHAL, Joyce [Harvard University] joyce.rosenthal@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 399
EFFECTS OF THERMAL CONDITIONS ON HEAT STRESS
Abstract System ID#: 3119
KIM, Young Jae [Texas A&M University] yjkim2011@neo.tamu.edu, presenting author, primary author
LEE, Chanam [Texas A&M University] chanam@tamu.edu
KIM, Jun Hyun [Texas A&M University] jhkim0202@neo.tamu.edu
Abstract Index #: 426
CLIMATE JUSTICE: ASSESSING THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF URBAN HEAT ISLAND IMPACTS ON
POPULATIONS LIVING IN THE U.S.
Abstract System ID#: 3864
SHANDAS, Vivek [Portland State University] vshandas@pdx.edu


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
9.4 PRE-ORGANIZED SESSION: THE PLAN-ED COLLABORATION

Moderator: ZONTA, Michela [Virginia Commonwealth University] mmzonta2@vcu.edu

Discussant: KAUFMAN, Sanda [Cleveland State University] s.kaufman@csuohio.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 448
PLAN-ED: A MODEL FOR INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION IN PLANNING EDUCATION
Abstract System ID#: 3654
ZONTA, Michela [Virginia Commonwealth University] mmzonta2@vcu.edu

Abstract Index #: 452
PLAN-ED MODEL: THE VIEW FROM EUROPE
Abstract System ID#: 3786
CARMICHAEL, Laurence [University of the West of England, Bristol] laurence.carmichael@uwe.ac.uk

Abstract Index #: 454
THE PLAN-ED MODEL: ADDRESSING POVERTY CONCENTRATION, URBAN REGENERATION, AND
SOCIAL INCLUSION
Abstract System ID#: 3863
OZAWA, Connie [Portland State University] ozawac@pdx.edu


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
10.4 MODERNIST CITIES AND URBAN FORMS

Moderator/Discussant: TAIT, Malcolm [University of Sheffield] m.tait@sheffield.ac.uk (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 476
THE TOWER IN THE PARK: THE LEGACY AND PROSPECT OF LANDSCAPE IN HIGH-RISE TOWER
RENEWAL
Abstract System ID#: 3805
TAYLOR, Laura [York University] taylorL9@yorku.ca

Abstract Index #: 460
PRESERVATION BY NEGLECT IN SOVIET-ERA TOWN PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3032
HESS, Daniel [University at Buffalo, State University of New York] dbhess@buffalo.edu

Abstract Index #: 461
FROM FILM BACKLOT TO CORBUSIAN CITY WITHIN A CITY: ENVISIONING THE FUTURE WITH
TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX AND CENTURY CITY
Abstract System ID#: 3063
FRANK, Stephanie [University of Southern California] stephabf@usc.edu

Abstract Index #: 462
THE FORMS OF THE CITY: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY
Abstract System ID#: 3158
WHITTEMORE, Andrew [University of Texas at Arlington] awhittemore@gmail.com


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
12.3 LOST IN TRANSLATION? VALUES IN PLANNING

Moderator/Discussant: CAMPBELL, Heather [University of Sheffield] h.j.campbell@shef.ac.uk (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 516
WHEN VALUES CONFLICT: LOCAL DEMOCRACY AND LOCAL DISCRIMINATION
Abstract System ID#: 3628
STEIL, Justin [Columbia University] jps2123@columbia.edu

Abstract Index #: 513
DECOLONIZING PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3597
DORRIES, Heather [University of Toronto] heather.dorries@utoronto.ca

          Abstract Index #: 506
REFORMING ‘RESPONSIBILITY’ IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR: PLANNING FOR BASIC NEEDS IN MAPUTO,
MOZAMBIQUE
Abstract System ID#: 3394
CAROLINI, Gabriella [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] carolini@rutgers.edu

Abstract Index #: 484
TEXTUALLY-MEDIATED CONTACT ZONES: INDIGENOUS RECOGNITION IN STATE-BASED
PLANNING SYSTEMS
Abstract System ID#: 3173
BARRY, Janice [University of Glasgow] janice.barry@glasgow.ac.uk, presenting author, primary author
PORTER, Libby [University of Glasgow] libby.porter@glasgow.ac.uk


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
14.16 THE TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED: SYSTEMIC PROBLEMS/INDIVIDUAL SOLUTIONS

Moderator: SEN, Lalita [Texas Southern University] sen_lx@tsu.edu

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 646
ACTIVITY SPACE AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION: AN ANALYSIS OF ACTIVITY SPACE OF THE OLDER
POPULATION
Abstract System ID#: 3917
KIM, Sungyop [University of Missouri - Kansas City] kims@umkc.edu

Abstract Index #: 609
GETTING AROUND WHEN YOU’RE JUST GETTING BY: TRANSPORTATION SURVIVAL STRATEGIES
OF THE POOR
Abstract System ID#: 3573
AGRAWAL, Asha [San Jose State University] asha.weinstein.agrawal@sjsu.edu, presenting author, primary author
BLUMENBERG, Evelyn [University of California, Los Angeles] eblumenb@ucla.edu
Abstract Index #: 639
PRIORITIZING AND BALANCING ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL EQUITY GOALS: A REVIEW OF
CURRENT NORTH AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION PLANS
Abstract System ID#: 3861
MANAUGH, Kevin [McGill University] kevin.manaugh@mail.mcgill.ca, presenting author
ELGENEIDY, Ahmed [McGill University] ahmed.elgeneidy@mcgill.ca

Abstract Index #: 665
THE IMPACT OF BUDGET CUTS AT NATIONAL AND STATE AND LOCAL LEVELS ON SERVICES
PROVIDED BY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS FOR HUMAN SERVICES
Abstract System ID#: 4043
SEN, Lalita [Texas Southern University] sen_lx@tsu.edu, presenting author, primary author
MAJUMDAR, Sarmistha [Sam Houston State University] smajumdr@netscape.net


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
14.18 Using Technology to Complement, Substitute and Facilitate Travel

Moderator: KIM, Tschangho John [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] tjohnkim@uiuc.edu

Discussant: To be announced

Abstract Index #: 599
IS TELECOMMUTING AN EFFECTIVE POLICY TO REDUCE TRAVEL DEMAND?
Abstract System ID#: 3457
ZHU, Pengyu [University of Southern California] pengyuzh@usc.edu

Abstract Index #: 614
PASSEGIATA NUOVA: SOCIAL TRAVEL IN THE ERA OF THE SMARTPHONE
Abstract System ID#: 3652
MONDSCHEIN, Andrew [New York University] andrew.mondschein@nyu.edu

Abstract Index #: 582
TRANSPORTATION INNOVATIONS AND MANAGING RISKS IN RESEARCH
Abstract System ID#: 3281
DEAKIN, Elizabeth [University of California, Berkeley] edeakin@berkeley.edu, presenting author
FRICK, Karen [University of California, Berkeley] kfrick@berkeley.edu, primary author
PHU, Kathleen [University of California, Berkeley] kathleenphu@gmail.com

          Abstract Index #: 658
URBAN SPACE WITH INSTANT AND UBIQUITOUS ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES
Abstract System ID#: 3990
KIM, Tschangho John [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign] tjohnkim@uiuc.edu


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
FOUR PAPERS
15.12 URBAN GREENING SESSION

Moderator/Discussant: CREWE, Katherine [Arizona State University] kcrewe@asu.edu

Abstract Index #: 708
COMPARATIVE POTENTIAL FOR FOOD PRODUCTION IN URBAN, SUBURBAN AND NEW URBANIST
RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS
Abstract System ID#: 4011
BETT, Erin [University of British Columbia] erinbett@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
SENBEL, Maged [University of British Columbia] senbel@interchange.ubc.ca

Abstract Index #: 695
COMMUNITY GARDENS AS NEW FORMS OF PUBLIC SPACE
Abstract System ID#: 3732
LANGEGGER, Sig [University of Colorado, Denver] slangegger@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 678
CRISSY FIELD: REDESIGNING AN URBAN BROWNFIELD AS PUBLIC OPEN SPACE
Abstract System ID#: 3318
KOO, Jayoung [University of California, Davis] jlkoo@ucdavis.edu

          Abstract Index #: 675
NEIGHBORHOOD-ORIENTED WATERSHED RESTORATION: EXPLORING THE IMPACTS OF
RESTORATION ON URBAN DWELLERS’ CONNECTION TO PLACE, COMMUNITY, AND
ENVIRONMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3280
CHURCH, Sarah [University of British Columbia] church.sarah.church@gmail.com


Sunday, October 16, 8:00am – 9:30am
THREE PAPERS
16.3 THE FUTURE OF PLANNING: WHO, WHAT AND WHEN

Moderator/Discussant: MYERS, Dowell [University of Southern California] dowell@usc.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 732
ENVISIONING THE FUTURE OF THE PLANNING PROFESSION
Abstract System ID#: 4040
JABAREEN, Yosef [Technion - Israel Institute of Technology] jabareen@technion.ac.il, presenting author
CARMON, Naomi [Technion - Israel Institute of Technology] carmon@technion.ac.il, primary author

Abstract Index #: 722
NEW TOOLS FOR DEEP-ROOTED PROBLEMS: USING COMPLEX SYSTEMS TO DECODE WICKED
PROBLEMS
Abstract System ID#: 3366
CAMPBELL, Scott [University of Michigan] sdcamp@umich.edu, presenting author, primary author
ZELLNER, Moira [University of Illinois at Chicago] mzellner@uic.edu

Abstract Index #: 715
THEORIES OF HUMAN NATURE FOR PLANNING: LIBERALISM AND LIBERTARIAN, EVANGELICAL,
AND CONSERVATIVE ALTERNATIVES
Abstract System ID#: 3078
BAUM, Howell [University of Maryland] hbaum@umd.edu


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
3.15 INTERSECTION OF EDUCATION, POLICY, AND TECHNOLOGY IN ENERGY PLANNING

Moderator/Discussant: RANDOLPH, John [Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University] energy@vt.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 117
ESTIMATING INDIVIDUAL BUILDING ENERGY USE CHARACTERISTICS AT THE METROPOLITAN
SCALE
Abstract System ID#: 3405
FRENCH, Steven [Georgia Institute of Technology] steve.french@coa.gatech.edu

Abstract Index #: 140
WATER AND RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY: A CASE STUDY OF RIVER-BASED SMALL HYDRO
ENERGY DEVELOPMENT CONFLICT IN TURKEY
Abstract System ID#: 3697
SUNGU ERYILMAZ, Yesim [Tufts University] yesimsungu@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
KONAK, Nahide [Izzet Baysal University, Turkey] nkonak2002@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 162
LEARNING ABOUT INNOVATING: REFLECTIONS ON A SOLAR DECATHLON
Abstract System ID#: 3905
ANDREWS, Clinton [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] cja1@rutgers.edu


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
2.13 THE ECONOMICS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

Moderator/Discussant: LEWIS, David A. [University at Albany, SUNY] dalewis@albany.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 51
ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF TRAILS AND PARKS ON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY VALUES IN THE
PRESENCE OF SPATIAL DEPENDENCE
Abstract System ID#: 3302
VOM HOFE, Rainer [University of Cincinnati] rainer.vomhofe@uc.edu, presenting author, primary author
PARENT, Olivier [University of Cincinnati] parentor@ucmail.uc.edu

Abstract Index #: 58
CONNECTING INFRASTRUCTURE: THE CASE OF COMMUNITY ANCHOR INSTITUTIONS IN
BROADBAND EXPANSION
Abstract System ID#: 3388
KAYLOR, Charles [Temple University Ambler College] ckaylor@temple.edu

          Abstract Index #: 68
A NEW INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS PERSPECTIVE ON LOCAL BROADBAND INITIATIVES: A
FRAMEWORK FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3575
MACK, Elizabeth [Arizona State University] eamack1@asu.edu

Abstract Index #: 37
IMPROVING THE SCREENING PROCESS TO FACILITATE TRADE AT U.S. - MEXICO PORTS OF ENTRY
Abstract System ID#: 3140
GOLOB, Elyse [University of Arizona] egolob@cmi.arizona.edu


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
3.17 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF TOURISM

Moderator/Discussant: LARSEN, Larissa [University of Michigan] larissal@umich.edu
Abstract Index #: 88
A MATTER OF VULNERABILITY AND RESILIENCY OF REGIONAL ECONOMIES: IS IT A
CONSEQUENCE OF THE IMPACTS OF NATURAL DISASTERS IN TOURISM-BASED AREAS?
Abstract System ID#: 3006
KIM, Hyun [Texas A&M University] hkim9129@tamu.edu
WOOSNAM. Kyle [Texas A&M University] woosnam@tamu.edu

Abstract Index #: 95
THE NEW NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMY: ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY IN TRANSITIONAL
RURAL COMMUNITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3133
HIBBARD, Michael [University of Oregon] mhibbard@uoregon.edu, presenting author, primary author
LURIE, Susan [Oregon State University] sue.lurie@oregonstate.edu

Abstract Index #: 113
DOES ECOTOURISM MATTER? EXAMINING THE ECOTOURISM EFFECTS ON POSITIVE
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
ACTIVITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3311
LIN, Li pin [Texas A&M University] lynnlin1970@yahoo.com

Abstract Index #: 172
INNOVATIVE MODELS OF SUSTAINABLE LLAND MANAGEMENT REGIMES FOR INTEGRATED
HERITAGE PROTECTION AREAS
Abstract System ID#: 4014
CHIFOS, Carla [University of Cincinnati] carla.chifos@uc.edu


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
5.18 CHANGING SUBURBS

Moderator/Discussant: CHARLES, Suzanne Lanyi [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor] slchar@umich.edu

Abstract Index #: 265
HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF SUBURBAN HOUSING UNIT DIVERSITY
Abstract System ID#: 3755
PAULSEN, Kurt [University of Wisconsin] kpaulsen@wisc.edu

Abstract Index #: 236
TOWARDS THE RESILIENT SUBURB: THE EMERGENCE OF METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3408
CHAPPLE, Karen [University of California, Berkeley] chapple@berkeley.edu

Abstract Index #: 227
SUBURBAN GENTRIFICATION: EXPLORING THE SPATIAL PATTERNS OF RESIDENTIAL
REDEVELOPMENT IN THE INNER-RING SUBURBS OF CHICAGO, IL, 2000-2010
Abstract System ID#: 3284
CHARLES, Suzanne Lanyi [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor] slchar@umich.edu


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
6.10 PLANNING AND POLITICS II— SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND INSURGENCIES
Moderator/Discussant: SWEET, Elizabeth [Temple University] elsweet1@gmail.com (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 318
MUDDLING THROUGH SOCIALIST PLANNING IN VENEZUELA: REFLECTIONS FROM CARACAS’
EXPERIMENTS
Abstract System ID#: 3458
IRAZABAL, Clara [Columbia University] cei2108@columbia.edu

          Abstract Index #: 354
SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION: POSSIBILITIES, LIMITS, AND IMPLICATIONS
FOR URBAN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
Abstract System ID#: 3964
KAMEL, Nabil [Arizona State University] nkamel@asu.edu

Abstract Index #: 346
(UN) SETTLING SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES IN MAHARASHTRA INDIA: INSURGENCIES AND THE
POLITICS OF PLANNING
Abstract System ID#: 3882
MUJUMDAR, Rohit [University of British Columbia] mujumdar.rohit@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 317
CONFRONTING URBAN DISPLACEMENT: SOCIAL MOVEMENT PARTICIPATION AND POST-
EVICTION RESETTLEMENT SUCCESS IN DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA
Abstract System ID#: 3449
HOOPER, Michael [Harvard University] mhooper@gsd.harvard.edu, presenting author, primary author
ORTOLANO, Leonard [Stanford University] ortolano@stanford.edu


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
6.13 TRAVELLING KNOWLEDGE

Moderator: KUDVA, Neema [Cornell University] kudva@cornell.edu

Discussant: not yet confirmed

Abstract Index #: 327
ECO-CITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA
Abstract System ID#: 3545
YANG, Yizhao [University of Oregon] yizhao@uoregon.edu, presenting author, primary author
LIU, Zhilin [Tsinghua University] zhilinliu@tsinghua.edu.cn
ZHANG, Lei [Renmin University of China] thirstone1976@yahoo.com.cn
CHEN, Jing [Committee of Urban Planning in Beijing] thirsun@yahoo.com.cn

          Abstract Index #: 357
SLUM TDR, POLICY AND KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER FROM AMERICA TO MUMBAI
Abstract System ID#: 3985
KUDVA, Neema [Cornell University] kudva@cornell.edu, presenting author, primary author
DHARAMAVARAM, Soumya [Independent Consultant] Soumya@comcast.net

          Abstract Index #: 301
THE TRANSFORMERS: IMMIGRATION AND TACIT KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3252
ISKANDER, Natasha [New York University] natasha.iskander@nyu.edu, presenting author, primary author
LOWE, Nichola [University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill] nlowe@unc.edu
Abstract Index #: 345
STREET-LEVEL MICROFINANCE: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL TIES AND THE TACIT SKILLS AMONG
NICARAGUAN LOAN OFFICERS
Abstract System ID#: 3857
MASON, David [University of California, Los Angeles] david.mason@ucla.edu


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
7.9 SUSTAINABILITY

Moderator/Discussant: MOHAMED, Rayman [Wayne State University] ar7347@wayne.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 362
SUSTAINABLE ZONING: OXYMORON OR REALITY?
Abstract System ID#: 3046
HAINES, Anna [University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point] ahaines@uwsp.edu, presenting author, primary author
JEPSON, Edward [Independent Researcher] ejjplanning@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 381
EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABILITY ON CHINESE URBAN FRINGE DEVELOPMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3624
YANG, Fei [University of Florida] feiyang@ufl.edu, presenting author, primary author
PENG, Zhongren [University of Florida] zpeng@ufl.edu

Abstract Index #: 391
THE IMPACT OF KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE DEVELOPMENT ON LAND USE, COST OF LIVING AND
MIGRATION: CHALLENGING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF REGIONS IN PUERTO RICO
Abstract System ID#: 3869
NAVARRO DIAZ, Criseida [University of Puerto Rico] criseida@alum.mit.edu

Abstract Index #: 370
NEW METHODS TO MEASURE THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT FOR CONSUMER BEHAVIOR RESEARCH:
INDIVIDUAL ACCESS CORRIDOR ANALYSES OF ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE AND
HEALTHIER TRAVEL TO RAPID TRANSIT
Abstract System ID#: 3230
APPLEYARD, Bruce [University of Utah] appleyard1@gmail.com

Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
8.7 NEIGHBORHOODS AND HEALTH

Moderator: CHEN, Qian [University of Minnesota] chen2291@umn.edu

Discussant: To be announced.

Abstract Index #: 398
WALKING PURPOSE, CRIME, AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD ENVIRONMENT
Abstract System ID#: 3106
LACHAPELLE, Ugo [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] ugol@ejb.rutgers.edu, presenting author,
primary author
NOLAND, Robert [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] rnoland@rutgers.edu

Abstract Index #: 433
WHO USES A NEW LIGHT RAIL STOP? HEALTH, PSYCHOLOGICAL, & PLANNING IMPLICATIONS
Abstract System ID#: 4046
BROWN, Barbara [University of Utah] barbara.brown@fcs.utah.edu, presenting author, primary author
WERNER, Carol M. [University of Utah] carol.werner@psych.utah.edu

Abstract Index #: 411
THE MECHANISMS BY WHICH NEIGHBORHOOD AND FAMILY INFLUENCE CHILD HEALTH
OUTCOMES: AN APPLICATION OF STRUCTURE EQUATION MODEL
Abstract System ID#: 3415
CHEN, Qian [University of Minnesota] chen2291@umn.edu, presenting author
FAN, Yingling [University of Minnesota] yingling@umn.edu, primary author


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
9.2 TEACHING INNOVATIONS

Moderator: SENBEL, Maged [University of British Columbia] senbel@interchange.ubc.ca

Discussant: KLOSTERMAN, Richard E. [University of Akron] dick.klosterman@gmail.com
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 440
BRINGING PUMS (PUBLIC USE MICRODATA SAMPLES) INTO A PLANNING METHODS CLASSROOM
Abstract System ID#: 3199
KIM, Jae Hong [Kansas State University] jaekim@k-state.edu

Abstract Index #: 445
EDUCATING TO [EN]VISIONING
Abstract System ID#: 3536
ARQUERO DE ALARCON, Maria [University of Michigan] marquero@umich.edu

Abstract Index #: 459
SPATIAL VISUALIZATION AND IMPACT METRICS: EMPLOYING A CASE DATABASE AND TOUCH
TABLE TECHNOLOGY TO ADVANCE DESIGN THINKING
Abstract System ID#: 4001
SENBEL, Maged [University of British Columbia] senbel@interchange.ubc.ca


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
10.5 GLOBAL PLANNING HISTORIES

Moderator/Discussant: VIDYARTHI, Sanjeev [University of Illinois at Chicago] svidy@uic.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 464
"THERE ARE BUT A HANDFUL OF SKILLED PLANNERS IN ALL OF INDIA": THE FORD FOUNDATION
AND THE POLITICS OF PLANNING IN POST-INDEPENDENCE CALCUTTA
Abstract System ID#: 3198
RUMBACH, Andrew [University of Hawaii at Manoa] rumbach@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 468
GEDDES, GANDHI, AND NEHRU: CONTRASTING VISIONS FOR MODERN INDIA
Abstract System ID#: 3373
RAO CAVALE, Karthik [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] krc12353@gmail.com

Abstract Index #: 467
THE HISTORY OF CIVIC URBAN FORM: URBAN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND THEIR BUILDING CODES
Abstract System ID#: 3330
BROWN WILSON, Barbara [University of Texas at Austin] bbwilson@austin.utexas.edu


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
FOUR PAPERS
12.4 ON RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

Moderator/Discussant: LAKE, Robert [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] rlake@rci.rutgers.edu
(confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 521
EXAMINING FORDIST AND POST-FORDIST FORUMULATIONS OF THE RIGHT TO THE CITY
CONCEPT
Abstract System ID#: 3919
GOLUB, Aaron [Arizona State University] aaron.golub@asu.edu, presenting author, primary author
KAMEL, Nabil [Arizona State University] nkamel@asu.edu

Abstract Index #: 498
PLANNING-RELATED NEO-LIBERAL POLICIES FOR URBAN DEVELOPMENT: LITERATURE SURVEY
1990-2010
Abstract System ID#: 3100
SAGER, Tore [Norwegian University of Science and Technology] tore.sager@ntnu.no

Abstract Index #: 501
A PROFESSIONAL VIEW OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
Abstract System ID#: 3188
THOMAS, June [University of Michigan] thomasju@umich.edu

Abstract Index #: 505
EXTREME ENVISIONING: A LACANIAN DEFENSE OF UTOPIAN THINKING
Abstract System ID#: 3376
POTTER, James [Korea University in Seoul] cuz@cuzproduces.com


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
FIVE PAPERS
13.5 REGIONAL PLANS, MAPS AND VISIONS

Moderator/Discussant: ETIENNE, Harley [Georgia Institute of Technology] hfe@gatech.edu (confirmed)

          Abstract Index #: 525
MAPMAKING – STORYTELLING – PLACEMAKING: FINDING HUMAN ECOLOGIES AND SPATIAL
GEOGRAPHIES IN METRO DETROIT
Abstract System ID#: 3000
ADHYA, Anirban [Lawrence Technological University] aadhya@ltu.edu

Abstract Index #: 544
METROPOLITAN PLANS: TRANSFORMATIONAL AND CONTESTED
Abstract System ID#: 3584
KRAMER, Anna [University of Waterloo] anna.kramer@gmail.com, presenting author, primary author
FILION, Pierre [University of Waterloo] pfilion@uwaterloo.ca

Abstract Index #: 529
"THE FRACTURED METROPOLIS" REVISITED: LOCAL GOVERNMENT AS SEGREGATIONIST FORCE?
Abstract System ID#: 3067
GRADY, Bryan [Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey] bpgrady@eden.rutgers.edu

          Abstract Index #: 539
THE REGIONAL IMAGE: COMMUNICATING AND INTERPRETING REGIONAL VISIONS
Abstract System ID#: 3486
TORRES, Alissa [University of Central Florida] alissa.torres@knights.ucf.edu

          Abstract Index #: 552
A TALE OF UNEVEN COMEBACKS: COMMUNITY PLANNING AND NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN ON THE
MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST
Abstract System ID#: 3649
KUMAR, Mukesh [Jackson State University] mukesh.kumar@jsums.edu


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
FIVE PAPERS
14.17 URBAN SPATIAL STRUCTURE: FIRMS AND LABOR MARKET ACCESSIBILITY

Moderator: FUNDERBURG, Richard [The University of Iowa] richard-funderburg@uiowa.edu

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 562
IMPACTS OF JOB ACCESSIBILITY ON POOR JOB SEEKERS’ LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES
Abstract System ID#: 3071
HU, Lingqian [University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee] hul@uwm.edu

Abstract Index #: 565
IS THE DEVIL IN THE DETAIL? AN ASSESSMENT OF EMPLOYMENT CENTER IDENTIFICATION
METHODS
Abstract System ID#: 3083
AGARWAL, Ajay [Queen's University] agarwala@queensu.ca, presenting author, primary author
HU, Lingqian [University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee] hul@uwm.edu

Abstract Index #: 638
HIGH-INCOME WORKERS DEFINE ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY: INTRA-METROPOLITAN
OCCUPATIONAL DISTRIBUTION AND LABOR ACCESSIBILITY BY INCOME GROUP
Abstract System ID#: 3847
MATSUO, Miwa [University of Iowa] miwa-matsuo@uiowa.edu

Abstract Index #: 645
HOW HAVE JOBS-HOUSING IMBALANCES AFFECTED LEVELS OF REGIONAL MOBILITY?
Abstract System ID#: 3916
KIM, Danya [University of Wisconsin-Madison] dkim233@wisc.edu, presenting author
JIN, Jangik [University of Wisconsin-Madison] jjin8@wisc.edu

Abstract Index #: 566
PRODUCTIVITY OF HIGHWAY ACCESS TO SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL: A FIRM-LEVEL COST FUNCTION
APPROACH
Abstract System ID#: 3086
FUNDERBURG, Richard [The University of Iowa] richard-funderburg@uiowa.edu


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
FIVE PAPERS
14.20 PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR CREATIVE INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

Moderator: SIEMIATYCKI, Matti [University of Toronto] matti.siemiatycki@utoronto.ca

Discussant: There will not be a discussant for this session.

Abstract Index #: 592
ENVISIONING THE FUTURE OF ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE
Abstract System ID#: 3355
UREY, Gwen [California State Polytechnic University, Pomona] gurey@csupomona.edu

Abstract Index #: 573
DECISION SUPPORT FRAMEWORK FOR USING VALUE CAPTURE TO FUND PUBLIC TRANSIT:
LESSONS FROM PROJECT-SPECIFIC ANALYSIS
Abstract System ID#: 3164
MATHUR, Shishir [San Jose State University] shishir.mathur@sjsu.edu

Abstract Index #: 617
A NEW STAGE OF THE U.S. TRANSIT SERVICE PRIVATIZATION? A DELEGATED MANAGEMENT
CONTRACT IN THE GREATER NEW ORLEANS REGION
Abstract System ID#: 3667
ISEKI, Hiroyuki [University of Maryland at College Park] hiseki@umd.edu

Abstract Index #: 596
THE VALUE OF ACCESS: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF TRANSIT PROXIMITY CAPITALIZATION IN
ATLANTA
Abstract System ID#: 3423
WELCH, Timothy [University of Maryland at College Park] twelch@umd.edu

Abstract Index #: 628
INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS: DELIVERING VALUE FOR MONEY?
Abstract System ID#: 3779
SIEMIATYCKI, Matti [University of Toronto] matti.siemiatycki@utoronto.ca


Sunday, October 16, 9:45am – 11:15am
THREE PAPERS
15.13 CULTURAL LANDSCAPES SESSION

Moderator/Discussant: LARICE, Michael [University of Utah] Larice@arch.utah.edu (confirmed)

Abstract Index #: 702
READING LANDSCAPES, TELLING STORIES: MAPPING THE CULTURE OF PLACE
Abstract System ID#: 3900
MEHTA, Vikas [University of South Florida] mehta@arch.usf.edu

          Abstract Index #: 699
PEARLS, SPACE AND COLLECTIVE MEMORY. A FRAMEWORK FOR ACTION IN THE PROTECTION OF
THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE IN THE MUHARRAQ PEARLING TRAIL, BAHRAIN.
Abstract System ID#: 3935
ABDULLA, Ahlam [University of Tokyo] ahlam@post.harvard.edu, presenting author, primary author
ARQUERO DE ALARCON, Maria [University of Michigan] marquero@umich.edu
CAMACHO, Sol [Harvard University] scamacho@post.harvard.edu

Abstract Index #: 701
THE ROLE OF CULTURAL FESTIVALS IN SOUTHWESTERN CITIES
Abstract System ID#: 3898
CREWE, Katherine [Arizona State University] kcrewe@asu.edu

								
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