Aaronsohn, R., and Kark, R. (1982). Shoshanat Ha-Yarden. Land and Nature, 24, 55-57. (Hebrew)
Amit, I. (1988). Projects for the settlement of Jews in the sanjak of Acre, 1902-1903, Cathedra, 49, 103-116. (Hebrew)
Amit, I. (1989). American Jewry and the settlement of Palestine, Zion Commonwealth, Inc. In R. Kark, (Ed.) The Land that Became Israel (pp. 250-274). Jerusalem: Yale University Press.
Amit, I. (1989). Creator of Jewish settlement in the eastern Lower Galille. Contemporary Jewry, 5,137-52. (Hebrew)
Amit, I. (1991). Controversy over the purchase of land in Sheikh Munis. Historical-Geographical Studies in the Settlement of Eretz-Israel,2 ,167-184. (Hebrew)
Amit, I. (1993). Private capital investment in agricultural enterprise in the Sharon Plain during the latter 1920s. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 14, 122-141. (Hebrew)
Amit, I. (1995). An unknown story – Yeffe-Nof, a settlement that was not, Karka, 39, 67-79. (Hebrew)
Amit, I. (1996). Private Jewish investors in Palestine in the 1920s. In J. Gardus, and G. Lipshitz, (Eds.) The Mosaic of Israeli Geography, (pp. 451-459). Beer-Sheva: Ben-Gurion University Press.
Amit, I. (1996). Settlement strategy as an instrument for achieving national goals. In B. Pierct (Ed.), Settlement Geography of Israel: Spatial Experiments, Vol. 4, (pp. 247-308). Tel-aviv: The Open University. (Hebrew)
Amit, I. (1998). Jewish investors during the 1920’s in the citrus industry of Israel - business and Zionism. In H. Brodsky (Ed.) Land and Community: Geography in Jewish Studies. (pp. 129-136). College Park, Maryland: The University of Maryland Press.
Amit, I. (1998). Policy of land purchase in Palestine during the Mandate period. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 15, 151-178. (Hebrew)
Amit, I. (2000). Economic and Zionist ideological perceptions: Private initiative in Palestine in the 1920s and 1930s. Middle Eastern Studies, 36 (2), 82-102.
Ben-Arieh, Y., and Aaronsohn, R. (1988). The establishment of the Jewish settlement in Eretz Israel. In A. Rapaport-Albert and S.J. Zipperstein (Eds.), Jewish History - Essays in Honor of C. Abramskey (pp. 581-592). London.
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1977). Har-Tuv, a forgotton Moshava. Horizons in Geography, 3, 123-140. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1997). Early Jewish Settlement Patterns in Palestine, 1882-1914. Jerusalem: The Magnes Press.
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1982). Geographical interpretation of historical resources. Horizon in Geography, 6, 35-48. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1983). Documents regarding the construction of buildings and stables in Zichron-Yaakov, 1883-1885. Cathedra, 29, 45-62. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1984). The Jewish Moshavot in upper Galilee, 1882-1914. In A. Sofer, The Land of Galilee, Haifa, 405-426. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1984). From laborers to settlers. Horizon in Geography, 10 , 85-97. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1987). The Moshavot and the beginning of settlement planning in Israel. In Y. Ben-Arieh, Y. Ben-Artzi, and H. (Eds.). Goren, Historical-geographical Studies in the Settlement of Eretz Israel (pp. 96-117). Jerusalem, Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1988). Mapping the Yishuv demographically, 634-1881. Jewish History, 2(2), 51-60.
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1988). Jewish Moshava settlments in Eretz-Isreal, 1882-1914. Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y., Carmel, A., and Schafer, P. (1990). The Jewish Settlement in Palestine , 634-1881. Wiesdaden, Dr. Reichert Verlag.
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1990). The agricaultural development in the Jewish Moshavot 1882-1914. In G. Gilbar, (Ed.), Ottoman Palestine, 1800-1914, Studies in Economic and Social History (pp. 131-158). Leiden: Brill.
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1990). The Jewish settlement in Palestine in the early Muslim period (634-1099). In A. Carmel, P. Schafer, and Y. Ben-Artzi, (Eds.), The Jewish Settlement in Palestine, 634-1881 (pp. 18-21). Wiesbaden: Dr. Reichert Verlag.
Ben-Artzi, Y., and Goldstein, Y. (1991). Ein Zeitim - a Deserted Jewish Settelment, 1890-1910, Haifa: Haifa University Press. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1995). Between workers and farmers: woman at the dawn of settlement, 1882-1914. in Y. Azmon, (Ed.), Woman in Jewish Societies (309-324). Jerusalem. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1996). Moshav hapoalim and its importance in the history of the Yishuv. Zionism, 20, 103-133. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1996). Imitation or original? shaping the cultural landscape of pioneer Jewish settlement in Eretz Israel, 1882-1914. Journal of Historical Geography, 22(3), 308-326.
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1998). The Development of the Moshavot, 1904-1914. in Y. Bar-Tal, (et al), The book of Second Aliyah, Vol. 1, (135-169). Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Zvi. (Hebrew)
Ben-Artzi, Y. (1998). Menachem Scheinkin and his activity. In Y. Ber-Tal, (at al), The Book of Second Aliyah, Vol. 3, (377-380). Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Zvi. (Hebrew)
Biger, G. and Rubinstein, S. (1986). Early attempt of Jewish settlements in the Arava and Gulf of Eilat during the Mandate period. The Zionism, 11, 271-277.
Carmon, N., Law-Yon, H., Lipshitz, G., Amir, S., Czamanski, D., and Kipnis, B. (1990). The new Jewish settlements in the Galilee - An evaluation study. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)
Efrat, E. (1984). The Jordan valley as a challenge for Jewish Settlement. Am Ve'Admato, 48, 5-8. (Hebrew)
Efrat, E. (1994). Jewish settlements in the West Bank: Past, present and future. Israel Affairs, 1(1), 135-147.
Grossman, D. (1986). Jewish and Arab settlements in the Tulkarm sub-district. Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Post Press.
Kark, R. (1974). Frontier Jewish Settlements in the Negev 1880-1984. Tel-Aviv: Ha-Kibbutz Ha-Muchad Publishers. (Hebrew)
Kark, R. (1979). Jewish settlement in the Negev during the British Mandate. In A. Shmueli and Y. Gradus (Eds.), Land of the Negev, Man and Desert (pp. 323-332). Tel-Aviv: Ministry of Defense Publishing House. (Hebrew)
Kark, R. (1981). Jewish frontier settlements in the Negev, 1880-1948: Perception and realization. Middle Eastern Studies, 17, 334-356.
Kark, R. (1981). The rise of Jaffa as the social and cultural center of the new Jewish settlement in Palestine. In M. Eliav (Ed.), The First Aliyah Book, Vol. 3 (pp. 212-235). Jerusalem: Yad-Izhak Ben-Zvi. (Hebrew)
Katz, Y., and Grossman, D. (1993). The dominance of nucleation: The Jewish experience in the early phase of Jewish settlement. GeoJournal, 31(4), 401-407.
Kellerman, A. (1993). Society and Settlement: Jewish Land of Israel in the Twentieth Century. Albany: State University of New York Press.
Khamaisi, R. (1999). The implications of Jewish settlement strategy in the Occupied Territories on national Palestinian planning and development. Majallat al-Dirasat al-Filastiniyah, 37, 43-61. (Arabic)
Newman, D. (1982). Jewish settlement in the West Bank: The role of Gush Emunim, Vol. 16: Center for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, University of Durham.
Newman, D. (1985). The evolution of a political landscape: Geographical and territorial implications of Jewish colonization in the West Bank. Middle Eastern Studies, 21(2), 192-205.
Newman, D. (1987). The Jewish settlement process in the territories. Monthly Review, 34(3-4), 58-65. (Hebrew)
Newman, D. (1996). The territorial politics of exurbanisation: Reflections on thirty years of Jewish settlement in the West Bank. Israel Affairs, 3(1), 61-85.
Portugali, J. (1991). Jewish settlement in the Occupied Territories. Israel's settlement structure and the Palestinians. Political Geography, 10(1), 26-53.
Reichman, S. (1979). From Foothold to Settled Territory, the Jewish Settlement 1918-1948. Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Zvi. (Hebrew)
Reichman, S. (1986). Policy Reduces the world to essentials: A reflection on the Jewish settlement process in the West Bank since 1967. In D. Morley and A. Shachar (Eds.), Planning in Turbulence, (pp. 83-96). Jerusalem: Magnes Press.
Reichman, S. (1989). Partition and transfer: Crystalization of the settlement map of Israel following the war of independence. In R. Kark (Ed.), The Land that Became Israel, (pp. 320-330). Jerusalem and New Haven: Yale University Press.
Waterman, S., and Schmool, M. (1995). The Jewish immigrant experience in Britain. In R. King, P. White, and J. Connell (Eds.), Writing Across Worlds: Literature and Migration (pp. 180-197). London: Routledge.