Immigration

 

Alterman, R. (1995). Can planning help in time of crisis? Public-policy responses to Israel's recent wave of mass immigration. Journal of the American Planning Association, 61(2), 156-177. 

 

Alterman, R. (forthcoming). The Role of Planning in Time of Crisis: The Response of Urban and Regional Problems to Mass Immigration to Israel in the 1990s. New York: Gordon and Breach Publishers. 

 

Applebaum, L. and Singer, N. (1995). Integration of Former USSR Female Immigrants Into the Israeli Labor Market Rehovot. Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Borukhov, E. (1991). Housing policy and the immigration wave. Economic Quarterly, 148, 49-60.  (Hebrew)

 

Borukhov, E. (1995). Land policy following the immigration wave. Karka, 39, 10-18.  (Hebrew)

 

Brawer, M. (1975). Immigration as a factor in the growth of the Arab village in Palestine. Merhavim, 2, 72-82.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1996). Immigration and Integration in Post-Industrial Societies: Theoretical Analysis and Policy Implications. London: MacMillan. 

 

Carmon, N. (1996). Immigration and integration in post-industrial societies: Qualitative and quantitative analysis. In N. Carmon (Ed.), Immigration and Integration in Post-Industrial Societies: Theoretical Analysis and Policy Implications (pp. 21-35). London: MacMillan Press.

 

Efrat, E. (1977). Inner migration models in Ashdod. City and Region, 4, 61-71.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1990). Mass-immigration from the Soviet Union - A demographic change. Environmental Planning, 42-43, 135-138.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1991). The sanctity of agricultural land in view of the immigration from the Soviet Union. Karka, 33, 14-18.  (Hebrew)

 

Feitelson, E. (1994). Allowing for sustainable growth under drastic immigration stress. Environmental Planning, 37, 379-394. 

 

Feitelson, E., and Salomon, I. (1994). The implications of drastic change for infrastructure planning goals: Immigration stress in Israel. Environment and Planning B, 21, 259-272. 

 

Gonen, A. (1990). Geography of Immigration and Absorption: Lessons and Perspectives (pp. 88). Jerusalem: Israeli Geographical Association. (Hebrew)

 

Gonen, A. (1990). Population dispersal and immigrant absorption as conflicting tasks. In A. Gonen (Ed.), Geography of Immigration Absorption: Lessons and Perspectives (pp. 49-55). Jerusalem: Israeli Geographical Association.  (Hebrew)

 

Gonen, A. (1991). More on population distribution and massive immigration. Economic Quarterly, 42(148), 32-39.  (Hebrew)

 

Gradus, Y. (2001). Immigration and globalization and their impact on regional development: the case  of Israel's Negev. In J. Salukvadze (Ed.), society and geography, (pp. 50-63). Tbilisi: University of the Tbilisi Press.

 

Khamaisi, R. (1990). The effect of Jewish immigration from the USSR on the Israeli Arabs. In A. Gonen (Ed.), Geography of Immigration Absorption: Lessons and Perspectives (pp. 38-48). Jerusalem: The Israeli Geographic Association.  (Hebrew)

 

Khamaisi, R. (1991). The impact of Jewish immigration on the Arabs in Israel. Qadaya, 6(16-29).  (Arabic)

 

Khamaisi, R. (1993). The last Jewish immigration and their affects on Palestinians inside the Green Line. Keraat Seyasea, 3(11-12), 75-98.  (Arabic)

 

Kipnis, B. (1990). Immigration of the 1990s: A geographical revolution or the rejuvenation of a polarized geographical space in Israel. Harasut Netuna, 5, 39-51.  (Hebrew)

 

Krakover, S. (1993). Siedlungsprogramme als reaktion auf die masseneinwanderung nach Israel. In K.J. Bade and I. Troen (Eds.), Zuwanderung und Eingliederung von Deutschen und Juden in Deutschland und Israel. Bonn: Institute fur Migrationsfordchung und Interkuturelle Studien der Universitat Osnabruck.  (German)

 

Krakover, S. (1994). Spatial dispersal policy in response to mass-immigration. In S.I. Troen and K.J. Bade (Eds.), Returning Home: Immigration and Absorption into their Homelands of Germans and Jews from the Former Soviet Union (pp. 101-106). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1984). The immigration of the early 1950s as the background for the formation of regional inequality in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 11-12, 154-164.  (Hebrew)

 

Lipshitz, G. (1991). Immigration and internal migration as a mechanism of polarization and dispersion of population and development: The Israeli example. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 39, 391-408. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1996). Core versus periphery in Israel over time: Inequality, internal migration and immigration. In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography at the Close of the Twentieth Century (pp. 13-28). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1999). Immigration: The spatial dimension. In P. Nijkamp and C. Gorter (Eds.), International Migration: Regional and Urban Economic Impacts and Policies: Avebury Press. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (forthcoming). The spatial impact of immigration from the former Soviet Union: An analysis in the historical context of immigration to Israel. In H. Brodsky (Ed.), Visions of Land and Community: University of Maryland Press. 

 

Newman, D., Gradus, Y., and Levinson, E. (1995). The impact of mass immigration on the urban settlements in a frontier region: The case of the Negev. Beer Sheva: The Negev Center for Regional Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

 

Newman, D., Gradus, Y., Levinson, E., and Kalati, I. (1994). Municipal functions of Negev towns in the wake of mass immigration. Beer Sheva: Negev Center for Regional Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Portnov, B.A. (1998). The effect of housing construction on population migrations in Israel. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 24(3), 541-559.

 

Portnov, B.A. (1998). The effect of housing on migrations in Israel: 1988-94. Journal of Population Economics, 11(3), 379-394.

 

Weitz, R. (1990). A complementary development plan for absorption and growth. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)