Communication

 

Bernardino, A., Ben-Akiva, M., and Salomon, I. (1993). Stated-preference approach to modeling the adoption of telecommuting. Transportation Research Record, 1413, 22-30. 

 

Button, K., Brown, P., Fischer, M., Maggi, R., and Salomon, I. (1993). Academic Links and Communications. Avebury: Aldershot. 

 

Ezaryahu, M. (1999). Leading nations in the adoption of communicated media, 1975-1995. Urban Geography. 

 

Frenkel, A., and Shefer, D. (1987). The impact of financial incentives and advanced means of communication on the location and operation of high-tech industries in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 19, 13-35.  (Hebrew)

 

Jones, P., and Salomon, I. (1992). Technological and social developments and their implications for in-home/out-of-home interactions. In P. Nijkamp (Ed.), Europe on the Move (pp. 95-113). Avebury: Aldershot. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1984). Telecommunications and the geography of metropolitan areas. Progress in Human Geography, 8, 222-246. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1986). Telecommunications as a tool for closing gaps between center and periphery. Economic Quarterly, 128, 547-554.  (Hebrew)

 

Kellerman, A. (1989). Communication and telecommunication geography in Israel. Netcom, 3, 167-172. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1990). International telecommunications around the world: A flow analysis. Telecommunications Policy, 14, 461-475. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1991). The role of telecommunications in assisting peripherally located countries: The case of Israel. In S.D. Brunn and T.R. Leinbach (Eds.), Collapsing Space and Time: Geographic Aspects of Communications and Information (pp. 252-277). London: Harper Collins. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1992). International telecommunications as international movement: The case of Israel. Telecommunications Policy, 16, 156-166. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1992). The social demand for international telecommunications: The hidden promise. In G.C. Staple (Ed.), Telegeography: The Global Telecommunications Traffic Report - 1992 (pp. 12-16). London: International Institute of Communications. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1992). U.S. International telecommunications 1961-1988: An international movement model. Telecommunications Policy, 16, 401-414. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1993). Interdependence and autonomy in international telecommunications. In H. Bakis, R. Abler, and E.M. Roche (Eds.), Corporate Networks, International Telecommunications and Interdependence: Perspectives from Geography and Information Systems (pp. 17-30). London: Belhaven. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1993). Telecommunications and Geography. New York: Halsted. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1994). Commuting as experience and its ramifications for telecommuting. Netcom, 8, 225-234. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1994). Industry towards the 21st century: Industry and Communications. Horizons in Geography, 39, 10-14.  (Hebrew)

 

Kellerman, A. (1996). Geography of telecommunications in a peace era. In A. Shachar (Ed.), Israel in the Middle East: Geography in a Peace Era (pp. 28-33). Jerusalem: Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.  (Hebrew)

 

Kellerman, A. (1996). International telecommunications in Israel. In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 197-201). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University Press. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1997). Fusions of information types, media and operators, and continued American leadership in telecommunications. Telecommunications Policy, 21, 553-564. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1999). Sociospatial aspects of telecommunications: An overview. In H. Sawhney and G.A. Barnett (Eds.), Progress in Communication Sciences 15: Advances in Telecommunication Research. Norwood, NJ: Ablex. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1999). Leading nations in the adoption of communications media, 1975-1995. Urban Geography, 20, 377-389.

 

Kellerman, A. (1999). Space and place in internet information flows. Netcom, 13, 25-35.

 

Kellerman, A. (2000).Where does it happen? The location of the production and consumption of web information. Journal of Urban Technology, 7, 45-61.

 

Kellerman, A. (2000). Phases in the rise of information society. Info, 2, 537-541.

 

Kellerman, A. (2002). Conditions for the development of High-Tech industry: The case of Israel. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 93.  (Forthcoming)

 

Kellerman, A. (2002). The global leadership of New York and Los Angeles in information production. Journal of Urban Technology, 9. (forthcoming).

 

Kellerman, A. (2002). Geography of Information.  London: John Wiley. (forthcoming).

 

Kopplemam, F., Salomon, I., and Prossalouglou, K. (1991). Teleshopping or store-shopping: A choice model for forecasting the use of new telecommunications-based services. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 18, 473-489. 

 

Manski, C., and Salomon, I. (1987). The demand for teleshopping: An application of discrete choice modeling. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 17(1), 109-121. 

 

Masser, I., Nijkamp, P. and Reichman, S. (1988). A framework for research on transport, communication and mobility. Environment and Planning C, 6, 127-130.

 

Mokhtarian, M., Raney, E., and Salomon, I. (1997). Behavioral responses to congestion: Identifying patterns and socio-economic differences in adoption. Transport Policy, 4(3), 147-160. 

 

Mokhtarian, P., and Salomon, I. (1994). Modeling the choice of telecommuting: Setting the context. Environment and Planning A, 26, 749-766. 

 

Mokhtarian, P., and Salomon, I. (1996). Modeling the choice of telecommuting 2: A case of the preferred impossible alternative. Environment and Planning A, 28, 1859-1876. 

 

Mokhtarian, P., and Salomon, I. (1996). Modeling the choice of telecommuting 3: Identifying the choice set and estimating binary choice models for technology-based alternatives. Environment and Planning A, 28, 1877-1894. 

 

Mokhtarian, P., and Salomon, I. (1997). Modeling the desire to telecommute: The importance of attitudinal factors in behavioral models. Transportation Research A, 31(1), 35-50. 

 

Mokhtarian, P., Bagley, M., and Salomon, I. (1997). The impacts of gender, occupation and the presence of children on telecommuting motivations and constraints. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 49(12), 1115-1134. 

 

Nijkamp, P., and Salomon, I. (1989). The future spatial impacts of telecommunications. Transportation Planning and Technology, 13, 275-287. 

 

Nijkamp, P., Reichman, S. and Wegener, M. (Eds.). (1990). Euromobile: Transport, Communications and mobility in Europe. London.

 

Salomon, I. (1984). Telecommuting - Promises and reality. Transport Review, 4(1), 103-114. 

 

Salomon, I. (1985). Telecommunications and travel: Substitution or modified behavior? Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 19(3), 219-235. 

 

Salomon, I. (1986). Telecommunications and travel relationships: A review. Transportation Research A, 20A(3), 223-238. 

 

Salomon, I. (1995). How much telecommuting should we count on? A forecast for Tel-Aviv 2020. Transportation Research Record, 1463, 26-34. 

 

Salomon, I. (1995). Telematics, travel and the environment: What can we expect of travel substitution? Built Environment, 21(4), 214-222. 

 

Salomon, I. (1996). Telecommunications, cities and technological opportunism. Annals of Regional Science, 30, 75-90. 

 

Salomon, I. (1998). Technological change and social forecasting: The case of telecommuting as a travel substitute. Transportation Research C: Emerging Technologies, 6, 17-45. 

 

Salomon, I., and Koppelman, F. (1988). A framework for studying teleshopping versus store-shopping. Transportation Research A, 22(4), 247-255. 

 

Salomon, I., and Koppelman, F. (1992). Teleshopping or going shopping? An information acquisition perspective. Behavior and Information Technology, 11(4), 189-198. 

 

Salomon, I., and Mokhtarian, P. (1997). Coping with congestion: Reconciling behavioral responses and policy analysis. Transportation Research D, 2(2), 107-123. 

 

Salomon, I., and Mokhtarian, P. (1998). What happens when mobility-inclined market segments face accessibility-enhancing policies? Transportation Research D, 3(3), 129-140. 

 

Salomon, I., and Razin, E. (1985). Potential impacts of telecommunications on the economic activities in sparsely populated regions. In Y. Gradus (Ed.), Desert Development: Man and Technology in Sparselands (pp. 218-232). Dordrecht: D. Reidel. 

 

Salomon, I., and Razin, E. (1988). Geographical variations in telecommunications systems: The case of Israel's telephone system. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 79(2), 122-134. 

 

Salomon, I., and Razin, E. (1988). The geography of telecommunications systems: The case of Israel's telephone system. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 79, 122-134. 

 

Salomon, I., and Salomon, M. (1984). Telecommuting - The employees' perspective. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 25, 15-28. 

 

Salomon, I., and Schofer, J. (1988). Forecasting telecommunications - Travel interactions: The transportation manager's perspective. Transportation Research A, 22(3), 219-229. 

 

Salomon, I., and Schofer, J. (1991). Transportation and telecommunications costs: Some implications for small countries. Annals of Regional Science, 24, 237-252. 

 

Salomon, I., and Tsairi, B. (1995). Global production, transport and telecommunications: A case study of coping with barriers in Japanese - Israeli collaboration. Journal of Transport Geography, 3(1), 15-27. 

 

Salomon, I., Schneider, N., and Schofer, J. (1991). Is telecommunicating cheaper than travel?: An examination of interaction costs in a business setting. Transportation, 18, 291-318. 

 

Shefer, D. (1988). The effect of various means of communication on the operation and location of high technology industries. In M. Giaoutzi and P. Nijkamp (Eds.), Informatics, High-Tech and Regional Development (pp. 168-181). Avebury: Aldershot. 

 

Shefer, D., Berechman, Y., Salomon, I., and Stern, E. (1990). Transport, communications and mobility - Israel. In P. Nijkamp, S. Reichman, and M. Wegener (Eds.), Euromobile: Transport, Communication and Mobility in Europe (pp. 223-234). Aldershot: Avebury. 

 

Zehavi, R., and Carmon, N. (1996). Home Tele-Communication in Israel: Initial Evaluation of Social Implications. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies.  (Hebrew)