Cities

 

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Alperovitch, G. (1989). The distribution of city size: A sensitivity analysis. Journal of Urban Economics, 23(1), 93-102. 

 

Alperovitch, G. (1993). An explanatory model of city size distribution: Evidence from cross-country data. Urban Studies, 30(9), 1591-1601. 

 

Alperovitch, G. (1995). The relationship between income inequality and city size: A general equilibrium model of an open system of cities approach. Urban Studies, 32(6), 853-862. 

 

Amiran, D.H.K., and Shachar, A. (1960). The development of the large cities of Israel, Atlas of Israel (pp. 5-11): Survey of Israel, the Bialik Foundation. 

 

Benenson, I. (1998). Multi-agent simulations of residential dynamics in the city. Computer Environmental and Urban Systems, 22(1), 25-42. 

 

Benenson, I., and Portugali, J. (1997). Agent-based simulations of a city dynamics in a GIS environment. In S.C. Hurtle and A.U. Frank (Eds.), Spatial Information Theory: A Theoretical Basis for GIS (pp. 501-502). Berlin: Springer. 

 

Efrat, E. (1986). Is Jerusalem a unified city? Discussion Papers, 75, 1-14. 

 

Haken, H., and Portugali, J. (1995). A synergetic approach to the self-organization of cities. Planning and Design: Environment and Planning B, 22, 35-46. 

 

Kark, R. (1990). Jaffa - A City in Evolution, 1799-1917. Jerusalem: Yad-Izhak Ben-Zvi. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1984). The coming of the transactional city. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 75, 379-380. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1985). City profile: Tel-Aviv. Cities, 2, 98-105. 

 

Khamaisi, R. (1996). New Palestinian cities alongside existing cities. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (English and Hebrew)

 

Lichfield, N., and Shachar, A. (1974). Growth of the Israeli cities. Built Environment, 3(12), 605-610. 

 

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Portugali, J. (1997). Self-organization, cities, cognitive maps and information systems. In S. Hirtle and A.U. Frank (Eds.), Spatial Information Theory: A Theoretical Basis for GIS (pp. 329-346): Springer. 

 

Portugali, J. (1997). Self-organized cities. Futures, 29(4/5), 353-380. 

 

Portugali, J. (1999). Self-Organization and the City. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. 

 

Portugali, J., and Benenson, I. (1994). Competing order parameters in a self-organizing city. In G.O. Braun (Ed.), Managing and Marketing of Urban Developments and Urban Life (pp. 669-681). Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag. 

 

Portugali, J., and Benenson, I. (1996). Human agents between local and global forces in a self-organizing city. In F. Schweitzer (Ed.), Self-Organization of Complex Structures: From Individual to Collective Dynamics (pp. 537-546). London: Gordon and Breach. 

 

Portugali, J., Benenson, I., and Omer, I. (1994). Socio-spatial residential dynamics: Stability and instability within a self-organized city. Geographical Analysis, 26(4), 321-340. 

 

Portugali, J., Benenson, I., and Omer, I. (1997). Spatial cognitive dissonance and socio-spatial emergence in a self-organizing city. Planning and Design: Environment and Planning B, 24, 263-285. 

 

Reichman, S. (1976). A note on the range of transportation services, trade areas and the functional rank of cities. Travaux et Documents de Geographie Tropicale, 23, 51-59.

 

Shachar, A. (1973). The large cities. In A. Shachar, D. Weintraub, and E. Cohen (Eds.), Towns of Israel: A Reader (pp. 250-254). Jerusalem: Akademon.  (Hebrew)

 

Shachar, A. (1990). The global economy and world cities. In A. Shachar and S. Oberg (Eds.), The World Economy and the Spatial Organization of Power (pp. 149-160). Aldershot: Gower. 

 

Shachar, A. (1994). Randstad Holland: A "world city"? Urban Studies, 31(1), 381-400. 

 

Shachar, A. (1995). World cities in the making: The European context. In P.K. Kresl and G. Gappert (Eds.), North American Cities and the Global Economy, Vol. 44 (pp. 150-170). Thousand Oaks: Sage. 

 

Shachar, A. (1996). European world cities. In W. Lever and A. Bailly (Eds.), The Spatial Impacts of Economic Changes in Europe (pp. 145-177). Aldershot: Avebury. 

 

Shachar, A. (1998). Earthly planning in a heavenly city. In H. van der Wusten (Ed.), The Urban University and its Identity (pp. 61-70). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

 

Shefer, D., and Aaron, O. (1993). The ramification of amalgamating two medium sized cities in Israel: The case of Ramla and Lod. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion.

 

Stern, E. (1979). Beer Sheva - A gateway city. In Y. Gradus and E. Stern (Eds.), Beer Sheva (pp. 255-269). Jerusalem: Keter Publishing House.  (Hebrew)