Development studies

 

Amiran, D.H.K. (1970). Geographic considerations in plans for development. In H.E. Dregne (Ed.), Arid Lands in Transition, Vol. 90 (pp. 89-103). American Association for the Advancement of Science. 

 

Amiran, D.H.K. (1973). The development of Jerusalem, 1860-1970, Atlas of Jerusalem (pp. 20-52). Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter. 

 

Amiran, D.H.K., and Karmon, Y. (1964). The expansion of the Dead Sea. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 55, 210-233. 

 

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. 

 

Bar-El, R., Fleischer, A., and Felsenstein, D. (1991). Stimuli for the economic development of the Urban Galilee. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Arieh, Y. (1976). Legislative and cultural factors in the development of Jerusalem: 1800-1914, Geography in Israel (pp. 54-106). Jerusalem. 

 

Borukhov, E., and Werczberger, E. (1981). Factors affecting the development of new towns in Israel. Environment and Planning, A-13, 421-434. 

 

Brawer, M. (1980). Transformation of village characteristics in developing rural areas. In R.L. Singh (Ed.), Rural Habitat Transformation in World Frontiers (pp. 493-499): University of Varanasi. 

 

Efrat, E. (1990). Building and development versus protection of agricultural land. Environment and Planning, 44-45, 59-68.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1994). The new development of towns of Israel (1948-1993) - A reappraisal. Cities, 11(4), 247-252. 

 

Felsenstein, D. (1988). Issues in the development of high technology industries in Jerusalem. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Israeli Studies. (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D. (1988). Spawning the growth process in a non-central location: The case of high technology industry in Jerusalem. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 79(5), 365-375. 

 

Felsenstein, D. (1989). Generating the growth process: The case of the development of high technology industry in Jerusalem. City and Region, 19-20, 105-119.  (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D. (1991). The science park as an urban growth factor in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 73-86.  (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D. (1994). The enterprising city: Promoting economic development at the local development. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D. (1995). Planning or marketing? On the status of local economic development in Israel. Rehovot: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D. (1997). Factors affecting the development and growth of small firms: Findings from peripheral areas in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 44-45, 27-42.  (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D., and Schwartz, D. (1990). Entrepreneurship and economic development at the local development. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D., and Schwartz, D. (1991). The problematic of economic development in small towns within the orbit of metropolitan centers: The case of Bet Shemesh and Kiryat Gat. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D., and Schwartz, D. (1996). Factors affecting the development and growth of small firms: Findings from peripheral areas in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 44-45, 27-42.  (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T. (1993). Gender role differences and their effects on planning and development. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 14, 286-302.  (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T., and Yiftachel, O. (1997). Frontier development and indigenous people. Progress in Planning, 46, 251-258. 

 

Fenster, T., Lotker, O., and Niv, Y. (1981). Development plan for Mitzpe Ramon. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T., Lotker, O., and Niv, Y. (1981). Development plan for Yeruham. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T., Lotker, O., and Niv, Y. Development plan for Dimona. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Gat, D. (1994). Risk and return in residential spatial markets: An empiric and theoretic model. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 9, 51-67. 

 

Gat, D. (1995). Optimal development of a building site. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 11, 77- 84. 

 

Ginosar, O., and Mansfeld, Y. (1993). The application of personal construct theory in studies of local's tourism development perceptions. Horizons in Geography, 37-38, 35-50.  (Hebrew)

 

Goodovitch, T. (1996). A theory of air transport development. Transportation, Planning and Technology, 20(1), 1-13. 

 

Gradus, Y. (1985). Desert Development: Man and Technology in Sparselands. Dordrecht: D. Reidel Publishing company. 

 

Gradus, Y. (1991). Review of environmental management and development in dry lands. In P. Beaumont (Ed.), Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 81 (pp. 520-522). 

 

Gradus, Y. (1996). Development in desert and desertification. Annals of the Hokkaido Geographical Society, 70, 43-50.  (Japanese)

 

Gradus, Y., and Dover, S. (1991). Changes in the perception of the desert, new approaches to the Negev development. In H. Surkis, E. Rap, and T. Schachar (Eds.), Changes in the Geography of Israel (pp. 85-109). Jerusalem: Ministry of Education.  (Hebrew)

 

Gradus, Y., and Stern, E. (1980). Changing strategies of development: Towards a regiopolis in the Negev desert. Journal of the American Planning Association, 46, 410-423. 

 

Gradus, Y., and Stern, E. (1981). Regional strategies and the evolution of the Negev urban system. In L. Berkofsky, D. Famman, and J. Gale (Eds.), Settling the Desert (pp. 203-212). New York: Gordon and Breach Scientific Publishers. 

 

Gradus, Y., and Stern, E. (1985). From preconceived to responsive planning: The design of settlements in arid environments. In Y. Gradus (Ed.), Desert Development: Man and Technology in Sparselands (pp. 41-59). Dordrecht: Reidel Publishing House. 

 

Grossman, D. (1997). The development of settlement in the Jordan Basin and its margins since the beginning of the nineteenth century. In Z. Safrai, Y. Friedman, and J. Schwartz (Eds.), Hikrei Eretz, Studies in the History of the Land of Israel (pp. 391-407). Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Grossman, D., Kipnis, B., Jubran, R., Asba, A.A., and Don, Y. (1994). Prospects for enhancing integration of the Arab sector in Israel's development policy - A symposium. In D. Grossman and A. Meir (Eds.), The Arabs in Israel: Geographical Dynamics (pp. 237-249). Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press, Magness Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Havkin, D., Gat, D., Amir, S., and Carmon, N. (1979). Development Plan for Haifa and its Surroundings. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y. (1979). The effect of settlers' ideology on the development of the suburbs in the Haifa Bay area. Horizons in Geography, 4, 19-26.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R. (1977). Urban development of Jerusalem and Jaffa at the end of the Ottoman period. Nofim, 9-10, 106-114.  (Hebrew)

 

Katz, Y. (1988). The change in attitude of Ussishkin and the Hovevei Zion to the development of Jerusalem and the founding of the Hebrew University prior to the First World War, The Zalman Shazar Center, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (pp. 107-136). Jerusalem.  (Hebrew)

 

Katz, Y. (1991). Central characteristics in the establishment and the development of the neighborhoods founded by pioneering Jewish building companies in Jerusalem: Mishkenot Israel neighborhood, 1875-1914, Historical Geographic Studies in the Settlement of Eretz Israel, Vol. 2 (pp. 108-132). Jerusalem: Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Kellerman, A. (1981). Retail ribbon development in the industrial area of Haifa, Israel. Geoforum, 12, 371-375. 

 

Khamaisi, R. (1993). From restrictive planning to development planning in Arab localities in Israel. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (Hebrew)

 

Khamaisi, R. (1993). Towards a regional base for development and management of the sewage in Arab localities in Israel. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (Hebrew)

 

Khamaisi, R. (1994). Issues in planning and development of localities in the Palestinian entity. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (English)

 

Khamaisi, R. (1994). Planning schemes and local development. Al-Siasa eal-Filastiniyya, 1(1-2), 65-91.  (Arabic)

 

Khamaisi, R. (1995). Dilemmas in local government development in Arab localities. El Mowakep, 6, 12-24.  (Arabic)

 

Khamaisi, R. (1999). Urban strategy for strengthening of national development in the new State of Palestine. Urban Geography, 20(2), 168-187. 

 

Kipnis, B. (1982). Planning the complementary development of a small new town. International Technical Cooperation Centre Review, 41, 5-18. 

 

Kipnis, B. (1993). Katzrin - Planning and development of a new town. In A. Degani and M. Inbar (Eds.), The Golan Heights (pp. 503-516). Tel-Aviv: Ministry of Defense.  (Hebrew)

 

Kipnis, B., and Weimann, G. (1988). Hadar Hacarmel, policy guidelines for development and conservation. Haifa: Haifa and Galilee Research Institute, The University of Haifa.

 

Kipnis, B.A., Balasha, D., Hayuth, Y., Mansfeld, Y., Soffer, A., and Kellerman, A. (1989). Greater Haifa Bay and the Galilee - Guidelines for integrated development policy. Haifa: The Haifa and Galilee Research Institute, University of Haifa.

 

Krakover, S., and Dover, S. (1986). Regional growth nuclei. Geoforum, 18, 89-101. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1989). Geography Development and Welfare: Theoretical, Methodological and Empirical Issues. Haifa: Center of Urban and Regional Research.  (Hebrew)

 

Lipshitz, G. (1993). Dispersal of high-tech settlements as a strategy for peripheral regional development. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 84, 40-50. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1993). From uniformity to differentiation in spatial development policy - A new conception from the Israeli experience. Canadian Journal for Urban Research, 2, 130-149. 

 

Lipshitz, G., and Raveh, A. (1994). Application of the co-plot method in the study of socioeconomic differences among cities: A basis for a differential development policy. Urban Studies, 31, 123-135. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1992). Group-differentiated perceptions of social impacts related to tourism development. The Professional Geographer, 44(4), 377-392. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1996). Golden eggs: Tourism development along coastal areas. Massa Acher.  (Hebrew)

 

Mansfeld, Y., and Ginosar, O. (1994). Determinants of local's perceptions and attitudes toward tourism development in their locality. Geoforum, 25(2), 227-248. 

 

Mansfeld, Y., and Ginosar, O. (1994). Evaluation of repertory grid method in studies of local's attitude toward tourism development process. Environment and Planning A, 26(3), 957-972. 

 

Meir, A. (1987). Nomads, development and health: Delivering public health services to the Bedouin in Israel. Geografiska Annaler, 69 B, 115-126. 

 

Meir, A. (1990). Provision of public services to the post nomadic Bedouin society in Israel. The Service Industries Journal, 10, 768-785. 

 

Newman, D., and Applebaum, L. (1985). The role of the cooperative in the development of rurban settlements: Some organizational problems. Journal of Rural Cooperation, 13(1), 27-39. 

 

Persky, J., Felsenstein, D., and Wiewel, W. (1993). A methodology for measuring the benefits and costs of economic development programs. Chicago: Department of Planning and Development, Center for Urban Economic Development, University of Illinois.

 

Persky, J., Felsenstein, D., and Wiewel, W. (1997). Do we know that "but for the incentives" the development world would not have occurred? In R.D. Bingham and R. Meir (Eds.), Dilemmas of Urban Economic Development: Issues in Theory and Practice (pp. 28-45). Sahe: Thousand Oaks, CA. 

 

Pohoryles, S. (1966). Projection of Economic and Demographic Development of Beer-Sheba, 1965-2000: Beer-Sheba Municipality.  (Hebrew)

 

Pohoryles, S. (1968). The function and organization of the information center for market research. Teheran: Ghazvin Development Authority Teheran.

 

Pohoryles, S. (1977). Agriculture Development Project 1978/1980. Tel-Aviv: Rural Planning and Development Authority.

 

Pohoryles, S. (1979). Introduction to Rural Planning. Tel-Aviv: Agriculture and Settlement Planning and Development Center.  (Spanish)

 

Pohoryles, S., and Carmel, S. (1966). Ghazvin area development project: Ten year demand for farm produce. Teheran: Plan Organization of Iran.

 

Porat, C. (1995). Negev development plans: 1948-1951. Cathedra, 78, 122-145.  (Hebrew)

 

Porat, C. (1995). The Negev enterprise: A new concept of developing and settling the Negev, 1949-1951. Studies in Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel, 5, 212-239.  (Hebrew)

 

Razin, E. (1996). Rapid development and restructuring of fringe areas: The Tel-Aviv metropolis. In R.J. Davies (Ed.), Contemporary City Structuring - International Geographical Insights (pp. 451-466). Cape Town: Society of South African Geographers. 

 

Razin, E., and Hazan, A. (1995). Industrial development and municipal reorganization: Conflict, cooperation and regional effects. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 13, 297-314. 

 

Schnell, I. (1990). The Israeli Arabs: The dilemma of social integration in development. Geographische Zeitschrift, 78(2), 78-92. 

 

Shachar, A. (1968). Trends of development of Jerusalem. Environmental Planning, 7, 2-7.  (Hebrew)

 

Shachar, A., and Choshen, M. (1994). Israel among nations - A comparative analysis of Israel's position between the developed and the developing world. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 14, 312-324.  (Hebrew)

 

Shefer, D., Amir, S., Frenkel, A., and Law-Yone, H. (1992). Development and outline plans for the northern region of Israel: Objectives, policies and alternative spatial development. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

Sofer, M., and Drori, I. (1993). Land settlement schemes in Jamaica and Fiji: Progress through transformation. In D.G. Lockhart, D. Drakakis-Smith, and J. Schembri (Eds.), Small Island Development: Issues and Prospects (pp. 179-204). London: Routeledge.

Sofer, M. (1985). Yaqona and the peripheral economy. Pacific Viewpoint, 26(2), 415-436.

Sofer, M. (1985). The Dependency Paradigm Applied to the Fijian Periphery. The Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 6(2), 127-138

Sofer, M. (1987). Progress through transformation: A Fijian village. Pacific Viewpoint, 28(1), 1-9.

Sofer, M. (1988). Core-periphery structure in Fiji. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 6(1), 55-74.

Sofer, M. (1990). The impact of tourism on a village community: A case study of Votua village, Nadroga/Navosa, Fiji. The Journal of Pacific Studies, 15, 107-138.

Sofer, M. (1992). The core-periphery paradigm and capitalist development in the third world: A critical review. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 87-102. (Hebrew)

Sofer, M. (1992). Labor circulation and the village economy in Fiji. The Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 13(2), 118-129.

Sofer, M. (1993). Uneven regional development and internal labor migration in Fiji. World Development, 21(2), 301-310.

Sofer, M., and Drori, I. (1993). Cooperation, communalism and individualism: Rural development and land settlement. Journal of Rural Cooperation, 21(2), 191-214.

Soffer, A. (1983). Development of the Galilee and preserve of its landscape. In A. Shmueli, A. Soffer, and N. Kliot (Eds.), Lands of Galilee (pp. 649-662). Haifa: Ministry of Defense.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1987). Development in the Israeli mountains - A geoecological analysis. Pirineos, 129, 79-97. 

 

Stern, E. (1980). Regional systems of public transportation - A review and suggested concepts. Environmental Planning, 27, 5-17. 

 

Stern, E. (1981). Negev development: Past and present. Nation and Land, 44, 22-29.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E. (1981). Relative population change determinants and redistribution policy: The Israeli example. The South African Geographer, 9, 2. 

 

Stern, E. (1983). Some thoughts on the development of remote towns. International Technical Cooperation Centre Review, 11(3), 43. 

 

Stern, E. (1987). Consumers preference and satisfaction from transport services in a developing region. Social Research Quarterly, 22, 33-44.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E. (1987). Public transport provision in sparsely populated arid areas. Transport Review, 7(1), 65-81. 

 

Stern, E. (1988). Rahat - The growth and character of urban Bedouin settlement. In E. Stern and D. Urman (Eds.), Man and Environment in the Southern Shefelah (pp. 224-233). Givataim: Massada Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E., and Gradus, Y. (1981). The Med-Dead Sea project: A vision or reality? Geoforum, 12(3), 265-272. 

 

Weitz, R. (1965). Rural Planning in Developing Countries (pp. 443). London: Routeledge. (English and Spanish)

 

Weitz, R. (1971). Development and Urbanization in the Developing Countries (pp. 308). New York: Praeger Publishers.

 

Weitz, R. (1971). From Peasant to Farmer: A Revolutionary Strategy for Development. New York: Columbia University Press.  (English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Korean)

 

Weitz, R. (1979). Integrated Rural Development: Rehovot Approach. Rehovot: Settlement Study Center. 

 

Weitz, R. (1989). The Development of People and Nations: A Different Approach. Tel-Aviv: Sifriat Hapoalim.  (Hebrew)

 

Weitz, R. New Roads to Development - A Twentieth Century Fund Essay: Greenwood Press. 

 

Yiftachel, O., and Hedgcock, D. (1991). Socially unsustainable development: The planning of central Perth. In G. Rushman (Ed.), Sustainable Cities in Australia (pp. 111-123). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Urban Studies. 

 

Yiftachel, O., and Meir, A. (1998). Ethnic Frontiers and Peripheries: Landscapes of Development and Inequality in Israel (pp. 250). Boulder: Westview Press.