Land use

 

Alterman, R., and Hill, M. (1978). Implementation of urban land use plans. Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 274-285. 

 

Alterman, R. (1979). Whatever happened to our land use plan?: A method for analyzing transformations in planned land uses. Socioeconomic Planning, 13, 275-283. 

 

Alterman, R. (1981). A method of monitoring land use plan implementation: Case study of an Israeli statutory plan. In H. Voogd (Ed.), Strategic Planning in a Dynamic Society (pp. 205-224). Holland: Delftsche Uitgevers Maatschappiji. 

 

Alterman, R., and Frenkel, A. (1982). Expropriation of land for public use as a tool for plan implementation - Interim report. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R., and Amir, S. (1983). Neighborhood open space forms and the use of public open spaces: Haifa, Israel. Landscape Journal, 2(2), 145-154. 

 

Alterman, R., and Hill, M. (1985). Guidebooks for land standards for planning public services. Haifa: Center for Urban and regional Studies, Technion.

 

Alterman, R., and Hill, M. (1986). Land use planning in Israel. In N. Patricios (Ed.), International Handbook on Land Use Planning (pp. 3-21): Greenwood Press. 

 

Alterman, R., and Vitek, M. (1991). Guidebook for calculating land requirements for public services. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (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). 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.

 

Amiran, D.H.K. (1963). Effects of climatic change in an arid environment on land-use patterns, UNESCO: Arid Zone Research 20 (pp. 437-442). 

 

Amiran, D.H.K. (1964). Land-use in semi-arid Mediterranean climates. In D.H.K. Amiran (Ed.), UNESCO: Arid Zone Research 26 (pp. 170). 

 

Amiran, D.H.K. (1964). Land use in Israel. In D.H.K. Amiran (Ed.), UNESCO: Arid Zone Research 26 (pp. 101-112). 

 

Amit, I. (1999). Cry Ye lost land. Architecture of Israel, 37, 14-18. (Hebrew & English)

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1975). On the zoning of land use around Arab villages. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 4, 88-101.  (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Arieh, Y. (1962). Land utilization in the Southern Carmel coastal plain. Israel Exploration Society, 26(1-2), 48-70.  (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Arieh, Y. (1970). A comparison of agriculture land use in a semi-arid region: Ashqelon - Bet Govrin area, 1946-1968. Jerusalem Studies in Geography, 1, 107-127. 

 

Ben-David, Y., Kressel, G., and Abu-Rabia, G.N. (1991). Changes in land usage by the Negev Bedouin since the 19th century. Nomadic Peoples, 28, 28-55. 

 

Biger, G. and Kartin, A. (1984). The Esdraelon swamps were they a legend? , Cathedra 30, 179-182. (Hebrew)

 

Biger, G. and Liphschitz, N. (1997). Is the citron the Biblical Hadar Fruit? Beit Mikra. 148, 28-33. (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1993). Land use in the Northern Negev - Open Season. Karka, 37, 27-30.  (Hebrew)

 

Feitelson, E. (1993). The spatial effects of land use regulations: A missing link in growth control evaluations. Journal of the American Planning Association, 59, 461-472. 

 

Frenkel, A. (1981). Land use allocation policy in Israeli towns. Masters, Technion. 

 

Frenkel, A. (1994). Estimating the demand for land use for Israel in the year 2020. Haifa: Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A. and Tsur, Y. (2000). Measuring the Recreational Value of Agricultural Landscape. European Review of Agricultural Economics, 27(3), 385-398.

 

Fleischer, A. (forthcoming).Agricultural Land in Frontier Areas: A Conflict between Urban Development and Tourism and Recreation Activities. In S. Krakover and Y. Gradus, (eds.), Tourism in Frontier Areas. Lanhan, Maryland: Lexington Books.

 

Fleischer, A. (forthcoming).The Economic Value of Open Space in Israel A Tool for Policy Formation. In O. Atzema, P. Rietveld and D. Shefer (eds.) Public-private contribution to regional development and land-use. London: Praege.

 

Grossman, D. (1982). The impact of introducing specialized crops and changes in land use patterns: The case of Israel. In G. Enyedi and I. Volgyes (Eds.), The Effect of Modern Agriculture on Rural Development (pp. 161-174). New York: Pergamon Press. 

 

Grossman, D. (1984). Land use modifications and population growth in the Southern Hebron Mountains. In R. Majoral and F. Lopez (Eds.), Rural Life in Highlands and High Latitude Zones (pp. 153-162). Barcelona: University of Barcelona Press. 

 

Grossman, D., and Derman, A. (1989). The impact of road construction on land use in the West Bank. Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Post Press.

 

Grossman, D., and Derman, A. (1992). Land and conflict potential: The impact of roads on land use in Judea and Samaria. In Z.H. Erlich and Y. Eshel (Eds.), Judea and Samaria Research Studies (pp. 291-310). Jerusalem: Rubin Mass.  (Hebrew)

 

Grossman, D. (1993). Non-agricultural penetration of the moshav in the eighties - Effects on land use. Karka, 37, 44-55.  (Hebrew)

 

Hill, M., and Alterman, R. (1972). The choice of a site for power station: An example for decision making in planning. City and Region, 1(1), 77-84.  (Hebrew)

 

Hill, M., and Alterman, R. (1974). Power plant site evaluation: The case of the Sharon plant in Israel. Journal of Environmental Management, 2, 179-196. 

 

Hill, M., and Alterman, R. (1979). The problems of setting flexible norms for land allocation for public facilities. In D. Soen (Ed.), New Trends in Urban Planning (pp. 94-102): Pergamon Press. 

 

Hill, M., and Alterman, R. (1980). Distribution criteria for land for public services in Israel. Journal of Urban Analysis, 6(1), 247-260. 

 

Karmon, Y. (1964). Land use survey in Mediterranean countries: Cartographical suggestions. Paris: UNESCO.

 

Kellerman, A. (1996). The intrusion of commerce into the land-use pattern in the Haifa Bay, 1972-1992. Karka, 41, 23-38.  (Hebrew)

 

Magen, N., and Alterman, R. (1986). Statutory district plans in Israel: Their goals, implementations and impacts. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Pohoryles, S. (1973). The competition between agricultural and urban uses of land in Israel. Karka, 6-7.  (Hebrew)

 

Pohoryles, S. (1979). Rural-Urban Land Use Equilibrium. Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University, Ministry of Agriculture, Land Use Research Institute. 

 

Portnov, B.A. ( 1994). Increase in town territory effectiveness under changing socio-economic conditions. Modelling, Measurement and Control D, 10(1), 1-28.

 

Portnov, B.A., and Maslovskiy, V. (1996). Residential land attractiveness in an emerging property market. Netherlands Journal of Housing and Built Environment, 11(2), 107-130.

Portnov, B.A., Deddies, W.G., McCluskey, W.J. and Kucharska-Stasiak, E. (1997). Addressing the distinctive problems of urban land appraisal in a transitional economy. Journal of Tax Assessment and Administration, 3(1), 57-77.

 

McCluskey, W. J., Portnov, B.A., and Deddis, W. G. (1998). Issues and problems of urban land appraisal in transitional economies. Real Estate Valuation and Investment, 3(2), 53-66.

Soffer, A., and Minghi, J. (1986). Israel's security landscapes: The impact of military considerations on land uses. The Professional Geographer, 38, 28-41. 

 

Stern, E. (1977). Applied potential on orbits for land use mapping. Horizons in Geography, 3, 33-43.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E. (1979). Monitoring agricultural land use patterns. Karka, 16, 6-13.  (Hebrew)

 

Werczberger, E. (1974). Implications of air pollution for the separation and mixture of land uses. Israel Journal of Technology, 12, 99-104. 

 

Werczberger, E. (1975). Urban land use planning and environmental pollution. Environment and Planning A, 7, 301-313. 

 

Werczberger, E. (1987). A dynamic model of urban land use with externalities. Journal of Regional Science and Urban Economics, 17, 391-410.