Industrialization

 

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Bar-El, R. (1977). O Processo de Industrializacao Rural: Conceitos Metodologicos Basicos. Revista Economica de Nordeste, 8(4), 609-624.  (Portuguese)

 

Bar-El, R., and Don, Y. (1978). Industrializacao Rural no Nordeste do Brazil. Fortazela, Brazil: Banco do Nordeste do Brazil.  (Portuguese)

 

Bar-El, R. (1981). A Industria e a Regiao. Revista Economica de Nordeste, 12, 25-51.  (Portuguese)

 

Bar-El, R. (1982). Industrialization and Development. Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R., Schwartz, D., Finkel, R., and Keidar, P. (1982). Industrialization and development. Rehovot: The Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

Bar-El, R. (1985). Industrial dispersion as an instrument for the achievement of development goals. Economic Geography, 61(3), 202-222. 

 

Bar-El, R. (1985). Some aspects of rural industrialization in Israel. In R.P. Misra (Ed.), Rural Industrialization in Third World Countries. New Delhi: Sterling Publishing Co. 

 

Bar-El, R., Felsenstein, D., Bentolila, D., Spiegel, D., and Kedar, F. (1987). Technological trends in rural industrialization. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R. (1987). Rural Industrialization in Israel (pp. 200). Boulder: Westview Press.

 

Bar-El, R. (1987). An approach to growth patterns in regional industrialization. In R. Bar-El, A. Bendavid-Val, and G. Karaska (Eds.), Patterns of Change in Developing Rural Regions (pp. 97-116). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Bar-El, R. (1987). Rural industrialization in Israel: A summary of experiences. In R. Bar-El (Ed.), Rural Industrialization in Israel (pp. 1-20). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Bar-El, R., Schwartz, M., Nesher, A., and Finkel, R. (1987). Moshav-based industry. In R. Bar-El (Ed.), Rural Industrialization in Israel (pp. 57-104). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Bar-El, R., Erickson, G., and Nesher, A. (1987). Rural industrialization in Israel: Concluding considerations. In R. Bar-El (Ed.), Rural Industrialization in Israel (pp. 169-189). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Bar-El, R., and Felsenstein, D. (1988). Entrepreneurship and rural industrialization: A comparison of urban and rural patterns of locational choice. In D. Schwartz and R. Bar-El (Eds.), Issues in Regional Development (pp. 167-180). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R., and Felsenstein, D. (1988). The technological intensity of industrial sectors in Israel. Economic Quarterly, 140, 22-35.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R., Felsenstein, D., Bentolila, D., Spiegel, D., and Kedar, F. (1989). Technological Trends in Rural Industrialization. Jerusalem: Settlement Study Center and the Bialik Institute.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R., and Felsenstein, D. (1989). Technological profile and industrial structure: Implications for the development of sophisticated industry in peripheral areas. Regional Studies, 23(3), 253-306. 

 

Bar-El, R., and Felsenstein, D. (1989). Measuring the technological intensity of the industrial branch: A methodological and empirical approach. Research Policy, 18, 239-252. 

 

Bar-El, R., and Felsenstein, D. (1990). Technological change and new patterns of industrial location. Horizons in Geography, 28-29, 87-98.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R., and Felsenstein, D. (1990). Entrepreneurship and rural industrialization: Comparing patterns of rural and urban locational choice in Israel. Wold Development, 18(2), 257-267. 

 

Bar-El, R. (1990). Rural industrialization in Northeast Brazil: The importance of local towns. In M. Mtewa (Ed.), International Development and Alternative Futures: The Coming Challenges (pp. 323-336). New-Delhi: Allied Publishers. 

 

Bar-El, R. (1993). The Economic Development of the Arab Sector in Israel: The Jewish-Arab Center for Economic Development.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1976). The industrialization of the kibbutz as a diffusion process. The Kibbutz, 3, 221-237.  (Hebrew)

 

Benenson, I., Schnell, I., and Sofer, M. (1996). Interactive expansion of economic network into components: Arab industry in Israel as an example. In M. Rumor, R. MacMillan, and H.F.L. Ottens (Eds.), Geographical Information. From Research to Application Through Cooperation (pp. 708-711). Amsterdam: IOS Press. 

 

Biger, G. (1981). The structural and distribution of Palestine industry 1927 a typical Mediterranean industry at an early stage of development. In Historical changes in spatial organization and its experience in the Mediterranean world (pp. 93-107). Genova: Bozzi Editore.

 

Don, Y., and Bar-El, R. (1977). The Industrialization of the Moshav. Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.  (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D. (1986). The spatial organization of Israel's high technology industries. Jerusalem: Institute of Urban and Regional Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

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., and Bar-El, R. (1988). The technological intensity of industrial sectors in Israel. Economic Quarterly, 137, 159-167.  (Hebrew)

 

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

 

Felsenstein, D., and Bar-El, R. (1990). Technological and locational factors in rural industrialization: A comparative investigation. In E. Cicotti, N. Alderman, and A. Thwaites (Eds.), Technological Development in a Spatial Context: Theory, Empirical Evidence and Policy (pp. 235-259). Heidelber: Springer Verlag. 

 

Felsenstein, D. (1991). Yissum: A profile of activity contribution to university-industry collaboration. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Israeli Studies.

 

Frenkel, A. (1997). Spatial diffusion of industrial technological innovation and regional development. Doctoral thesis, Technion. 

 

Gonen, A. (1967). Mobility of industry in Tel-Aviv-Yafo. Tel-Aviv: Department of Research and Statistics, Municipality of Tel-Aviv. (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y. (1987). Intermodality: Concept and Practice, Structural Changes in the Ocean Freight Transport Industry. London: Lloyd's University Press. 

 

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

 

Kipnis, A. and Noam, T. (1999). Planning in induced situation: Herzeliyya Pituach industrial park. Horizons, 50, 61-77. (Hebrew).

 

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

 

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

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1992). Industrial landscapes as positive settings for tourism development in declining industrial cities - The case of Haifa. GeoJournal, 28(4), 457-463. 

 

Razin, E., and Shachar, A. (1987). Ownership of industry and plant stability in Israel's development towns. Urban Studies, 296-311. 

 

Schwartz, D. (1985). The contribution of the law for the encouragement of capital investment on the industrialization of Ofakim. Economic Quarterly, 128, 555-563.  (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D. (1987). The industrialization experience in Migdal Ha'emek and in Ma'alot. Rehovot: The Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D. (1997). A plan for development of micro and small scale industrial parks, Planning Project District State of Orissa India. Rehovot: Development Study Center. 

 

Schwartz, D. (1997). Development of human resources in the small business. Status: Journal for Management Thinking, 78, 37-39.  (Hebrew)

 

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

 

Shachar, A. (1967). The central business district of Jerusalem. Jerusalem: Master Plan Office, Municipality of Jerusalem. (Hebrew and English)

 

Shefer, D., and Guldman, J. (1980). Air quality control, industrial location and fuel substitution. In J.N. Pitts and R.L. Matcalf (Eds.), Advances in Environmental Science and Technology (pp. 301-367). New York: Wiley Interscience. 

 

Shefer, D., and Guldman, J. (1980). Industrial Location and Air Pollution Quality Control. New York: John Wiley and Sons. 

 

Shefer, D., and Frenkel, A. (1998-forthcoming). Agglomeration and industrial innovation in space: An empirical analysis. In P. Rietveld and D. Shefer (Eds.), Regional Development in an Age of Structural Economic Change. Aldershot: Ashgate Ltd. 

 

Sofer, M., Schnell, I., and Drori, I. (1993). The Arab industry in Israel: Research report: The Institute for Israeli Arab Studies, Beit Berl. (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. Dreams and reality in Israeli industry. Two case studies in the Haifa region. Annual of Museum Haaretz, 1986-7, 275-272.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1967). The vine and wine industry of Israel. Tel-Aviv: Horvitz Foundation. (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1973). Industry in Haifa - Hope, reality and prediction. In S. Weiss (Ed.), Haifa-Troubling Reality and Challenge (pp. 130-140). Haifa: Renaissance.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1973). The foundation of industrial towns close to the Green Line. City and Region, 1(2), 87.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1975). Regional industrial estates in Israel. Town and Country Planning, 43(6), 311-313. 

 

Soffer, A. (1976). Distribution of industry in the Haifa Bay area. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 9, 136-155.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A., and Shmueli, A. (1977). Tefen - Industrial estate and settlement - Background, struggle and results. In M. Yedaya and A. Shmueli (Eds.), Landscapes in Western Galilee (pp. 61-72). Haifa: Bemaaravo Shel Galilee.  (Hebrew)

 

Yiftachel, O. (1991). Industrial development and Arab-Jewish economic gaps in the Galilee region, Israel. The Professional Geographer, 41(2), 161-177.