Industrial geography


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Efrat, E. (1977). Industry in Israel's new development towns. GeoJournal, 1(4), 41-46. 


Felsenstein, D. (1986). The impact of Kiryat Weizmann science park on the surrounding urban area. Rehovot: Center for Planning and Information, Municipality of Rehovot. (Hebrew)


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Felsenstein, D. (1993). Reconsidering the 'seedbed' function of the university science park. Evanston, IL: Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University.


Felsenstein, D. (1997). The making of a high technology node: Foreign-owned companies in Israeli industry. Regional Studies, 31(4), 367-380. 


Gabriel, S., Justman, M., and Levy, A. (1987). A simultaneous equations analysis of urban development: Migration and industrial growth in Israel's new towns. Journal of Urban Economics, 21, 364-377.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y., and Livni, S. (1975). The central business district of Beer Sheva. City and Region, 3, 90-105.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y., and Krakover, S. (1976). Survey of manufacturing employment in Israel, 1967-1971. Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y., and Krakover, S. (1976). The level and nature of industrialization in central and developing regions. Economic Quarterly, 23, 66-78.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y., and Krakover, S. (1976). Changing the spatial structure of industry in Israel. In D.H.K. Amiram and Y. Ben-Arieh (Eds.), Geography in Israel (pp. 109-139). Jerusalem: Tsur-Or Press.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y. (1977). The utilization of Dead Sea resources as a basis for future industrialization of the Negev region. In W.S. University (Ed.), Termina Lakes (pp. 141-146). Utah. 


Gradus, Y., and Krakover, S. (1977). The effect of government policy on the spatial structure of manufacturing in Israel. Journal of Developing Areas, 11, 393-409. 


Gradus, Y. (1979). The nature and structure of industry in the Negev region. In Y. Gradus and A. Shmueli (Eds.), Land of the Negev, Man and Desert. Tel-Aviv: Ministry of Defense Publishing House.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y., and Einy, E. (1980). The industrial gap between core and periphery in Israel. Economic Quarterly, 27, 263-275.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y., and Einy, E. (1981). Trends in core-periphery industrialization gaps in Israel. Geography Research Forum, 3, 25-37. 


Gradus, Y. (1986). Industrial structure of the Negev. In E. Stern (Ed.), Atlas of the Negev (pp. 37-44). Jerusalem: Keter Publishing House.  (Hebrew and English)


Gradus, Y., Razin, E., and Krakover, S. (1993). The Industrial Geography of Israel. London, New York: Routeledge. 


Gradus, Y. (1994). Response report to G.M.B.S's file on the relocation of Israel Chemical Headquarters. Beer Sheva: Negev Center for Regional Development, Negev Development Authority. (Hebrew)


Grossman, D., Ben-Basat, R., and Karni, O. (1983). Industry in the urban margins. The case of the Holon industrial zone. In D. Grossman (Ed.), Between the Yarkon and Ayalon (pp. 173-184). Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press. 


Justman, M. (1989). Ohio's technological capabilities in support of industrial development. Cleveland: REI, Case Western Resene University.


Justman, M. (1994). The effect of local demand on industry location. Review of Economics and Statistics, 76, 742-753. 


Justman, M., and Weinblatt, J. (1994). Special industrial zones on the Israel-Gaza line. Jerusalem: Ministry of Industry and Commerce. (Hebrew)


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


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


Kipnis, B. (1983). Clusters and complexes of medium-sized manufacturing systems: Two case studies in Brazil. The Professional Geographer, 35, 32-39. 


Kipnis, B. (1983). The evolution of interkibbutz manufacturing partnership and their characteristics. Rural Systems, 1(4), 267-281.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B., and Swyngedouw, E. (1988). Manufacturing plant size. Toward a regional strategy: A case study in Limburg, Belgium. Urban Studies, 25, 43-52. 


Kipnis, B. (1998). Technology and industrial policy for a metropolis at the threshold of the global economy: The case of Haifa, Israel. Urban Studies, 35(4), 649-662. 


Kipnis, B., and Noam, T. (1998). Restructuring of a metropolitan suburban industrial park: Case study in metropolitan Tel-Aviv, Israel. Geografiska Annaler, 80(4), 215-227. 


Kipnis, A. (2002). Israels high-tech industry in transition. The Johns Hopicins Press.


Lithwick, H., Gradus, Y., Razin, E., and Yiftachel, O. (1997). Industry in the Negev - Policy, Profile and Prospects. Beer Sheva: The Negev Center for Regional Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.


Lugasi, Y., Mehrez, A., and Sinuany-Stern, Z. (1985). Nuclear power plant selection: A case study. Nuclear Technology, 69, 7- 13. 


Meir, A. (1979). A dynamic spatial diffusion model: An application to the kibbutz industry in Israel. GeoJournal, 3(1), 81-87. 


Meir, A. (1980). The diffusion of industry adoption by kibbutz rural settlements in Israel. The Journal of Developing Areas, 4, 539-551.  (Hebrew)


Meir, A. (1982). Growth, nature and determinants of the industrialization of kibbutz rural settlements in Israel. In I. Volgyes and G. Enyedi (Eds.), The Effect of Modern Agriculture on Rural Development (pp. 259-280). New York: Pergamon Press. 


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Razin, E. (1988). Ownership structure and linkage patterns of industry in Israel's development towns. Regional Studies, 22, 19-31. 


Razin, E. (1988). The role of ownership characteristics in the industrial development of Israel's peripheral towns. Environment and Planning A, 20, 1235-1252. 


Razin, E., and Shachar, A. (1990). The organizational-locational structure of industry in Israel and its effects on national spatial policies. Geography Research Forum, 10, 1-19. 


Razin, E. (1991). Stages in the development of Israel's spatial industrialization policy. In F. Dietz, W. Heijman, and D. Shefer (Eds.), Location and Labor Considerations for Regional Development (pp. 125-140). Aldershot: Avebury. 


Razin, E. (1992). Paths to ownership of small business among immigrants in Israeli cities and towns. , The Review of Regional Studies, 22, 277-296. 


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. 


Razin, E. (1996). Shifts in Israel's industrial geography in the wake of policy changes in the 1990s. In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 205-216). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press. 


Rosenblatt, M., and Sinuany-Stern, Z. (1986). A discrete efficient frontier approach to the plant layout problem. Material Flow, 3, 277-281. 


Schnell, I., Sofer, M., and Drori, I. (1995). Arab Industrialization in Israel: Ethnic Entrepreneurship in the Periphery. Praeger, N.Y.: Greenwood. 


Schnell, I., and Sofer, M. (1996). Arab industrial entrepreneurship in Israel. In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 227-236). Beer Sheva: The Negev Center for Regional Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 


Schnell, I. (1998). Arab industrial frontiers: Sales linkages and spatial integration. In O. Yiftachel and A. Meir (Eds.), Ethnic Frontiers and Peripheries: Landscapes of Development and Inequality in Israel (pp. 309-329). Boulder, CO: Westview Press. 


Schnell, I., Benenson, I., and Sofer, M. (1999). The spatial pattern of Arab industrial markets in Israel. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 89(2), 311-336. 


Schwartz, D. (1985). Effectiveness of the capital investment incentive law. Economic Quarterly, 124, 12-21.  (Hebrew)


Schwartz, D. (1986). The effect of capital investment incentive law on the pace of industrial investment in development towns and on their sectoral composition. Rehovot: The Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)


Schwartz, D., and Felsenstein, D. (1989). The economic connection in development towns between the factories and the city. Rehovot: The Development Study Center. (Hebrew)


Schwartz, D. (1989). The impact of the law for the encouragement of capital investment on the scope of investments in development towns and on the sectoral composition, Economic Discussion 1998 (pp. 227-249). Jerusalem: The Israel Association for Economics.  (Hebrew)


Schwartz, D. (1993). The impact of the law for the encouragement of capital investment on the industrial investment of development towns. Rehovot: The Development Study Center. (Hebrew)


Schwartz, D., and Fleischer, A. (1997). Is the Negev prepared to absorb new industries? Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)


Sofer, M., Schnell, I., Drori, I., and Atrash, A. (1994). Land and industrialization in the Arab settlements in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 39, 47-58.  (Hebrew)


Sofer, M., and Schnell, I. (1996). Arab industry in the Israeli economy. Economic Quarterly, 43(3), 482-499.  (Hebrew)


Sofer, M. (1996). Characteristics and mechanisms of Arab industrialization in Israel. Revista Geografica, 2-3, 165-168. 


Sofer, M., Schnell, I., and Drori, I. (1996). Industrial zones and Arab industrialization in Israel. Human Organization, 55(4), 465-474. 

Sofer, M. and Schnell, I. (2000). The Restructuring Stages of Israeli Arab Industrial Entrepreneurship. Environment and Planning A, 32, 2231-2250.

Soffer, A. (1975). The chemical industry in the Haifa area: Factors of location and reciprocal influences. Horizons in Geography, 1, 41-58.  (Hebrew)


Werczberger, E. (1976). A goal programming model for  industrial location involving environmental considerations. Environment and Planning, 8, 173-188. 


Yiftachel, O. (1994). Arabs, Jews and industrial employment in the Galilee. In D. Grossman and A. Meir (Eds.), The Arab Community in Israel (pp. 181-202). Jerusalem: Magnes Press.  (Hebrew)


Yiftachel, O., Gradus, Y., and Razin, E. (1996). Industry in the Negev: Processes, structure and location. Beer Sheva: Negev Development Authority.