Working Papers and Reports
Irandu, Evaristus and John Malli. “Nairobi-Thika HIghway Improvement Project: An Environmental Assessment” July 2013.
Barczewski, Ben and CSUD. “How Well Do Environmental Regulations Work in Kenya? : A Case Study of the Thika Highway Improvement Project” June 2013.
Kara and CSUD. “The Social/Community Component of the Analysis of the Thika Highway Improvement Project.” May 2012.
Jacqueline Klopp, Jackson Mutua, Dan Orwa, Peter Waiganjo, Adam White and Sarah Williams “Towards a Standard for Paratransit? lessons from Developing a GTFS Data for Nairobi’s Matatu System”.
Graeff, J., “The Organization, Issues and the Future Role of the Matatu Industry in Nairobi Kenya”. Working Paper.
Klopp, J. “Policy Networks for Sustainable Transport and Land-Use in Nairobi: Opportunities for Change”. Working Paper.
Melnick, A. “Risk, Rush, and Recklessness: Traffic Accidents and Time on Kenyan Roads.”
Sclar, E.D., Touber, J., Alexander, C., “Rethinking Privatization: The Case of Urban Transportation in Nairobi, Kenya”. Working Paper prepared for the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: 2007.
Sclar, E.D. and Volavka-Close, N., “The Importance of “Urban” in Urban Health: A Report from the Global Urban Summit”. Working Paper.
School of International and Political Affairs (SIPA) Workshop Reports
2012: Land, Legitimacy and Governance in Revolutionary Cairo
2008: Opportunities in Waste: From Cape Town to Ruiru
2007: Building Community, Building RUJUWASCO: An Integrated Water, Sanitation and Health Strategy for the Municipality of Ruiru, Kenya
2006: Meeting Basic Needs in a Rapidly Urbanizing Community: A Water, Sanitation, and Solid Waste Assessment in Ruiru, Kenya
Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) Studio Reports
2006: Nairobi – Metropolitan Expansion in a Peri-urban Area