Land Policy

 

Alterman, R. (1977). Land betterment taxation policy and public goals. Economic Quarterly, 95, 390-401.  (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R. (1979). Land betterment taxation policy and planning implementation: Evaluation of the Israeli experience. Urban Law and Policy, 2(2), 201-240. 

 

Alterman, R. (1982). Land value recaptured: Design and evaluation of alternative policies - Occasional Paper 26. British Columbia: Center for Human Settlements, University of British Columbia.

 

Alterman, R. (1985). Exactions of land for public services: Towards a reevaluation. Iyunei Mishpat, 16(2), 179-245.  (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R. (1988). Private Supply of Public Services: Evaluation of Real Estate Exactions, Linkage and Alternative Land Policies (pp. 256). New York: New York University Press.

 

Alterman, R. (1988). Exactions American style: The context for evaluation. In R. Alterman (Ed.), Private Supply of Public Services: Evaluation of Real-Estate Exactions, Linkage and Alternative Land Policies (pp. 3-21): New York University Press. 

 

Alterman, R., and Kayden, J. (1988). Developer provisions of public benefits: Toward a consensus vocabulary. In R. Alterman (Ed.), Private Supply of Public Services: Evaluation of Real-Estate Exactions, Linkage and Alternative Land Policies (pp. 22-32): New York University Press. 

 

Alterman, R. (1988). Exactions law and social policy in Israel. In R. Alterman (Ed.), Private Supply of Public Services: Evaluation of Real-Estate Exactions, Linkage and Alternative Land Policies (pp. 182-202): New York University Press. 

 

Alterman, R. (1988). Evaluating linkage and beyond: Letting the windfall recapture the genie out of the exactions bottle. Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law, 32, 3-49. 

 

Alterman, R. (1989). Evaluating linkage, and beyond. Cambridge: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

 

Alterman, R. (1989). Evaluating linkage and beyond. Land Use Law and Zoning Digest, 41(6), 3-12. 

 

Alterman, R. (1990). Developer obligations for public services, American style: Lessons for British planners. In P. Healey and R. Nebarro (Eds.), Land and Property Development Processes in a Changing Context (pp. 162-174): Gower Publishing Co. 

 

Alterman, R. (1990). From expropriations to agreements: Developer obligations for public services in Israel. Israel Law Review. 

 

Alterman, R., and Vitek, M. (1991). From Expropriations to Agreements: Methods for Obtaining Land for Public Services. Haifa: Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies.  (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R., and Rosenstein, M. (1992). Israel's agricultural land protection policy: The law and its implications. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R., and Naim, O. (1992). Compensation for decline in land values due to planning controls. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R. (1997). The challenge of farmland preservation: Lessons from a six-country comparison. Journal of the American Planning Association, 63(2), 220-243. 

 

Alterman, R. (1998). Farmland preservation in the face of urbanization pressures: What can we learn from the experience of other countries? Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R. (1998). Can national land ownership in Israel be justified?  Iyunei Mishpat -  Tel Aviv University Law Review, 21, 3, 535-579. (Hebrew).

Alterman, R. (1999). Israel's future land policy. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R. (1999). Can national land ownership in Israel be justified? In H. Dagan, (ed.).  Land Law in Israel:  Between Private and Public, ( pp. 265-309 ).  Tel Aviv University: Ramot. (Hebrew).

 

Alterman, R. (2000). Land-use law in the face of a rapid-growth crisis: The case of the mass-immigration to Israel in the 1990s.  Washington University Journal of Law and Policy, 3, 773-840. 

 

Alterman, R. (ed.), (2001) National-Level Planning in Democratic Countries:  An International Comparison of City and Regional Policy-Making. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press - Town Planning Review book series. 

 

Alterman, R. (2001).  National-level planning in democratic countries:  A cross-national perspective. In R. Alterman,(ed.), National-Level Planning in Democratic Countries: An International Comparison of City and Regional Policy-Making, (pp. 1-42 ). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, Town Planning Review book series.

 

Alterman, R.  (2001).  National-level planning in Israel:  Walking the tightrope between centralization and privatization.  In R. Alterman, (ed.), National-Level Planning in Democratic Countries: An International Comparison of City and Regional Policy-Making, (pp. 257-288). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, Town Planning Review book series.

Alterman, R. (2002). Planning in the Face of Crisis:  Housing, Land-Use, and Mass Immigration in Israel. London: Routledge Press, Cities and Regions Series.

Alterman, R. (2002). Farmland preservation. In Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences,. London: Elsevier Science Publishers. 

Alterman, R. and Hann, I. (2002).   Property Rights and the Protecting Open Space from Development:  The International State of the Art and the Israeli Set of Tools. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion.

Alterman, R. (forthcoming). The land of leaseholds: Israels extensive public land-ownership   in the era of privatization. In Yu Hung Hong (ed.) International Experience in Leasing Public Land. Cambridge: The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Alterman, R. (forthcoming). How British-based planning legislation has been persevered in Israel. In W. M. De Jong, K. Lalenis and D. V. Mamadouh  (Eds.) Lessons in institutional transplantation: How cross-national adoption of policies and institutions actually works. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Publishers.

 

Borukhov, E. (1977). Land policy : Its significance and its aims. Karka, 14, 6-12.  (Hebrew)

 

Borukhov, E. (1980). Land policy in Israel. Habitat International, 4(4), 505-515. 

 

Borukhov, E. (1993). Construction in the last two years and its land policy implications. Karka, 36, 19-26.  (Hebrew)

 

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

 

Borukhov, E. (1997). Is privatization of publicly owned land desirable? Economic Quarterly, 540-557.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1995). Towards changes in Israel's land policy. Karka, April, 5-9.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1998). Towards changes in land policy in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 48-49, 147-156.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1998). Reformation in land policy: Ronen's committee report - A response. Karka, 45, 42-50.  (Hebrew)

 

Frenkel, A., and Alterman, R. (1980). Expropriation and land for public use. Karka, 23.  (Hebrew)

 

Gertel, S., and Alterman, R. (1994). Ethics for planners amidst political conflict: The case of Israel. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Gil, I., and Alterman, R. (1990). The land betterment levy in Israel: The law and an evaluation of its implementation. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R. (1994). Planning, housing, and land policy 1948-1952: The formation of concepts and governmental frameworks. State, Government and International Relations, 39, 61-101.  (Hebrew)

 

Margalit, L., and Alterman, R. (1998). From Fees to Contracts: Methods of Encouraging the Developer Participation in the Supply of public Services. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion.  (Hebrew)

 

Orni, N., and Alterman, R. (1994). Landowners versus the authorities: A cross-national comparison of expropriation of land for public purposes. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Porat, C. (1998). The land policy of the Jewish National fund, 1940-1956. Jerusalem: Research Institute for the History of the Jewish National Fund. (Hebrew)