-Which Borders Are Vulnerable to Terrorists? Application of a Game Theoretic National Interstate Economic Model (G-NIEMO), University at Buffalo (Under-review, PI)
- Developing a Multiregional Social Account Matrix (MSAM) for Projecting Household Income Distribution in SCAG region, Southern California Association Government (Jan., 2009 – Jun., 2009) ($15,000)
- Evaluating Regional Economic Model Inc. (REMI) and Measuring Economic Benefits of Outmigrants from California, Southern California Association Government (May., 2009 – Jun., 2009) ($21,000)
-Risks and Recoveries from Extreme Disruptions in Freight Transportation Systems in a MegaCity : Case Study for the Greater Los Angeles Area (2009)
-Economic Impact Simulations of Selected Border Closings, Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE), University of Southern California (USC) (2009)
-The Efficiency of Freight Flows: Integrating Economic Impacts and Transportation Infrastructure California Department of Transportation (METRANS) (2009).
-Identifying the Regional Economic Impacts of 9/11, Center for Risk and Economic Analysis for Terrorism Events, University of Southern California (Dec., 2008 – Dec, 2008).
-U.S. Border Closing Economic Impact Simulations (Dec., 2006 – May, 2007).
-Economic Impact Modeling and Analysis in Homeland Security Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE), U.S. Department of Homeland Security (Jan., 2007 – present) (This long-run project includes several sub-projects)
-Economic Impact Modeling and Analysis with Input-Output Models in Homeland Security Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE), U.S. Department of Homeland Security (Mar., 2004 – Dec.,2006) (This long-run project includes several sub-projects)
-Adding a Freight Network to a National Interstate Input-Output Model: Implications for California, California Department of Transportation (METRANS) (Aug., 2006 – Nov., 2008).
- ARGOS: Dynamic Composition of Web Services for Goods Movement Analysis and Planning, National Science Foundation (Nov., 2004 – Aug., 2006).
-Measuring California's Role in Supporting Interstate Goods Movement: Comprehensive Assessment of Interstate Freight Flows, California Department of Transportation (METRANS) (Aug., 2003 – Aug., 2005).
Korea, Republic of
- Investigating Advanced Models Analyzing Regional Economic Impacts on Disasters (Jul., 2008 –Nov., 2008) ($5,000).
-The Economic Effects of Nakdong River Project (Jan., 2008 –Feb., 2008) ($3,000).
- The Economic Effects of Urban Transit Maglev (UTM) (Apr., 2007 – May., 2007).
- The Recent Movement of Planning Theory: Focusing on the Historical Progress of Participatory Planning (Mar., 2006 – Jun., 2006).
-The Spatial Impact of the High Speed Rail and its Countermeasures (Feb., 2003 – Jul., 2003)
- Evaluation of Indicators for Rural Tourist Farm with Path Analysis (Apr., 2002 – Mar., 2003).
- Estimation of Housing Availability in North Korea and Building a Corresponding Strategy (May, 2002 – Nov., 2002).
- International Migration and Social Assimilation (Jun., 2001 – May, 2002).
- Evaluation of Agricultural Value in its Multifunction (Mar., 2001 – Dec., 2001).
- Niche Market Development and Construction of Regional Co-ordination for Rural Development in Northern Gyeonggi Area (Oct., 2001 – Sep., 2002).
- The Direction and Policy Suggestion of Positive Analysis Associated with Multi-functionality (Sep., 2001 – Dec., 2001).