CV- William Anderson
                     CURRICULUM VITAE

  WILLIAM P. ANDERSON

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EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Degree University Department Year
B.A. Boston University Geography 1976
M.A. Boston University Geography 1983
Ph.D. Boston University Geography 1984

Thesis Title: Ph.D., "Determinants of Spatial Variation in U.S. Manufacturing Technologies", Boston University, 1984.


RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Economic geography; transportation studies; urban geography; energy and environmental studies; urban and regional economic modelling; interregional and international migration; international trade; quantitative methods.


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

From To Institution Appointment
1998 presentBoston University, Department of Geography Associate Chairman
1998 presentBoston University, Department of Geography and Center for Transportation Studies Professor
2001 2001 School of Geography and Geology, McMaster University Adjunct Associated Professor
1996 1998 McMaster University, School of Geography and Geology Professor
1994 1998 McMaster University, McMaster Institute for Energy Studies Director
1995 1998McMaster University, Department of Civil Engineering Associate Member
1991 1994McMaster University, McMaster Institute for Energy Studies Associate Director
1989 1996 McMaster University Department of Geography Associate Professor
1989 1990 Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, Boston University Visiting Scholar
1984 Free University, Amsterdam; Department of Economics (four months) Post-Doctoral Fellow
1983 1989 McMaster University, Department of Geography Assistant Professor
1982 1983 Boston University, Department of Geography Instructor
1979 1982 Boston University, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies Research Assistant
1978 1979 Boston University, Department of Geography Teaching Assistant


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES


COURSES TAUGHT (at McMaster unless otherwise indicated)

Years Course Title
1998-99 Models of Environmental and Social Systems (Boston U.)
1998-99 Economic Geography (Boston U.)
1998-99 Advanced Economic Geography (Boston U.)
1997-98Transportation Geography
1994-97 Integrated Urban Models (graduate)
1985-97 Industrial Geography
1983-97 Transportation and Land Use
1983-97 Methods of Regional Analysis (graduate)
1993 Locational Analysis (undergraduate)
1993 Urban Form, Transportation and Environment (graduate)
1991-92 Introduction to Human Geography
1991 Locational Analysis (graduate)
1989 Regional Models (Toronto)
1984-89 Geography of the United States
1983 Urban Geography (Boston and McMaster)
1983-86 Introduction to Quantitative Methods
1982 World Regional Geography (Boston)


GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION (all at McMaster)
Ph.D Status
David L. Rigby (acting supervisor) completed, 1988
Hussein Amery completed 1992
Richard DiFrancesco completed 1994
Daniel Dabi completed 1998
Mark Brown completed 1999
Angela Cuthbert completed, 2002
Brenda Kuhl (B.U.) in course
Jennifer Ferre (B.U.) completed, 2004
Pablo Suarez (B.U.) completed, 2005
M.A.
Anne Grout de Beaufort completed, 1989
Catherine Moritz-Jungmayr competed, 1990
Theresa Dawson-Munoz completed, 1990
Kee-Bom Nahm completed, 1992
Mark Brown completed, 1994
Mark Darovny completed, 1998
Michael Yarish completed, 1998
Sean O'Hagan completed, 1998
Supervisory committee member for 10 additional Ph.D. students in Geography and two in Civil Engineering at McMaster University, and for four Ph.D students at Boston University.


RESEARCH FUNDING

Individual and Joint Grants and Contracts

YearSponsor Amount Title of Project
2002 US DOT, Federal Highway Administration $68,466 "Sustainable Development in Transportation: A Training Course for Developing Country Delegates at the U.N. Conference in Johannesburg, August-September.
(T.R. Lakshmanan, W.P. Anderson, Lata Chatterjee)
2001- 2002 MIT Integrated Program US$37,246 Economic Aspects of Air Quality Mangement in Mexico City
(T.R. Lakshmanan and W.P. Anderson)
2002 California Department of Transportation US$43,064 Assessing Economic Impacts of Highway Projects in California
(W.P. Anderson and T. R. Lakshmanan)
2000- 2001 Bureau of TransportationStatistics US$72,890 Air Travel Accessibility and the Propensity to Fly
(W.P. Anderson and Lata Chatterjee)
2000- 2001 National Science FoundationUS$77,125 Anatomy of American Personal Travel and Consequent CO2 Emissions
(T.R. Lakshmanan and W.P. Anderson)
1999- 2000 Tren Urbano UPR-MIT Professional Development ProgramUS$49,000 Assessing the Economic Benefits of Tren Urbano
(W.P. Anderson and T.R. Lakshmanan)
1999- 2001 Federal Highway Administration, USDOT US$154,272 Evaluating Federal-aid Highway Program: Employment Impacts and Productivity Gains
(W.P. Anderson and T.R. Lakshmanan)
1997-1998 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada C$40,000 (W.P. Anderson)
Urban Spatial Structure, Energy, and Air Pollution: A Comparative Analysis of Canadian Metropolitan Areas
1996-98 Bureau of Transportation Statistics, USDOT US$82,000 (W.P. Anderson)
The U.S. Transportation System and the Regional Distribution of Economic Growth.
1996 Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth and Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy C$9,000 (P. Kanaroglou and W.P. Anderson)
Transportation Emissions Projections for Five Policy Scenarios
1994-95 Natural Resources Canada $10,000 (W.P. Anderson and P. Kanaroglou)
Estimating Emissions and Fuel Consumption by Automobile Traffic
1993-95 Ontario Ministry of Transportation C$60,000 (P.S. Kanaroglou and W.P. Anderson)
Impacts of Transport Infrastructure on Small Towns in Ontario
1993-96 Environment Canada C$42,432 (W.P. Anderson and M. Kliman)
Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on the Energy Sector in the Mackenzie Basin
1993-96 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada C$48,000 (Y.Y. Papageorgiou and W.P. Anderson)
Studies in the Recent Evolution of the Regional and Metropolitan Population Systems of Canada.
1992-93 Ontario Ministry of Energy C$30,000 (W. Anderson, P. Kanaroglou, and E. Miller)
Integrated Land Use and Transportation Model for Energy and Environmental Analysis
1991-93 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada C$65,000 (Y.Y.Papageorgiou and W.P. Anderson)
Studies in the Recent Evolution of the Regional and Metropolitan Population Systems of Canada
1991 McMaster University C$3,129 (W.P. Anderson)
Measurement of Arts Research Board Interregional Economic Linkages in Canada
1987-89 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada C$37,872 (Y.Y.Papageorgiou and Anderson)
The Canadian Metropolitan System: Analysis of Migration Flow and Population Dynamics, 1966-1982.
Collaborative Grant
1996-98 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada C$318,000 (Eric Miller and 7 coinvestigators, including W. Anderson)
Integrated Transport and Land Use Modelling for Environmental Analysis
Grants Obtained to Support Activities of the McMaster Institute for Energy Studies
YearSponsor Amount Title of Project
1996-98 Natural Resources Canada C$141,000 Continuing Funding for Commercial Energy End-Use Centre
1996-98 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of CanadaC$12,600 Funds for publication of Energy Studies Review
1995-96 Natural Resources Canada C$60,000 Continuing Funding for Commercial Energy End-Use Centre
1995-97 Natural Resources CanadaC$60,000 Funds for Energy Policy Research Program and publication of Energy Studies Review
1995-96 Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency C$11,500 Review of Environmental Impact Statement for AECL Nuclear Waste Disposal Concept
1994-95 Natural Resources Canada C$100,000 Establishment of Commercial Energy End- Use Data and Analysis Centre


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