Migration

 

Alperovitch, G. (1982). Alternative opportunities and intra-urban migration. Applied Economics, 14(2), 139-151. 

 

Alperovitch, G. (1983). Economic analysis of intra-urban migration in Tel-Aviv. Journal of Urban Economics, 14(3), 280-292. 

 

Alperovitch, G. (1983). Lagged response in intra-urban migration of home-owners. Regional Studies, 17(5), 297-304. 

 

Alperovitch, G. (1983). The cost of living, labor market opportunities and the migration decision: A case of misspecification? Comment. The Annals of Regional Science, 17, 94-98. 

 

Alperovitch, G., Bergsman, J., and Ehemann, C. (1977). An econometric model of migration between U.S. metropolitan areas. Urban Studies, 14(2), 133-145. 

 

Applebaum, L. (1986). Migration of Urban Families to the Moshavim in Israel 1968-1978. Ph.D. Thesis submitted to the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. (Hebrew)

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1982). Ruralization rate and migration balance under core-periphery conditions - The Israeli case. GeoJournal, 6, 165-172. 

 

Baron, M., Ben-Zion, U., and Carmon, N. (1988). The impact of Project Renewal on reduction of socio-economic disparities and on migration to and from the neighborhoods. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Artzi, Y.(1979). Intra-urban migration of Arabs in Haifa. Horizon in Geography, 4, 27-38. (Hebrew)

 

Churchman, A., and Mitrany, M. (1997). The role of the physical environment in culture shock. Environment and Behavior, 29(1), 64-86. 

 

Felsenstein, D. (1995). Dealing with "induced migration" in university impact studies. Research in Higher Education, 36(4), 457-472. 

 

Fenster, T. (1998). Ethiopian women migrants into Israel: The loss of space and body? In R. Lentin (Ed.), Women and Catastrophe (pp. 225-240). London: Zed Books. 

 

Gabriel, S., Justman, M., and Levy, A. (1986). An integrative analysis of migration, investment and employment in Israel's development towns, 1975-1979. Economic Quarterly, 128, 513-521.  (Hebrew)

 

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)

 

Gabriel, S., Justman, M., and Levy, A. (1987). Place-to-place migration in Israel: Estimates of a logistic model. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 17, 595-606.  (Hebrew)

 

Gonen, A., and Hasson, S. (1974). A centripetal pattern of intra-urban mobility in Israeli medium-sized towns. Geografiska Annaler, 56B(3), 144-151. 

 

Grossman, D. (1984). Spatial analysis of historical migrations in Samaria. GeoJournal, 9, 393-406. 

 

Justman, M., Levy, A., and Gabriel, S. (1988). Internal migration in Israel: Expected risks and returns. Applied Economics, 20(679-690).  (Hebrew)

 

Kipnis, B. (1983). The northern migration field - The changing trends of the late 1970s. In A. Shmueli, A. Soffer, and N. Kliot (Eds.), Lands of Galilee (pp. 509-520). Haifa: Applied Research Company, University of Haifa.  (Hebrew)

 

Kipnis, B. (1988). Migrants linkages with their place of origin. Geoforum, 19(4), 45-66. 

 

Kliot, N. (1987). An era of homeless men. Geography, 72(315), 109-121. 

 

Kliot, N. (1995). Environmental refugees: Definition and criticism. Horizons in Geography, 43, 109-123.  (Hebrew)

 

Kliot, N. (1995). Global migration and ethnicity - Contemporary trends. In R. Johnston, P. Taylor, and M. Watt (Eds.), Geographies of Global Changes: Remaining in the World in the Late Twentieth Century (pp. 175-191). Oxford: Blackwell. 

 

Kliot, N. (forthcoming). Environmental migrants a threat to world stability. In L. Luciuk and M.S. Kenzer (Eds.), Under Threat. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1986). Migration to, from and within the Galilee, 1961-1983. Economic Quarterly, 130, 738-756.  (Hebrew)

 

Lipshitz, G. (1987). Migration within metropolitan areas of Israel, comparative periodic analysis. Papers of the Regional Science Association, 61, 161-174. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1988). Trends in migration and characteristics of entrepreneurs in the national peripheries: The Israeli case. In P. Nijkamp, M. Giaoutzi, and D. Storey (Eds.), The Role of Small and Medium Enterprise for Regional Development (pp. 282-295). Routeledge. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1991). Differences in migratory spatial patterns in Israel's national periphery - Theoretical ramifications. Geography Research Forum, 11, 66-77. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1991). Ethnic differences in migration patterns - Disparities among Arabs and Jews in the peripheral regional of Israel. The Professional Geographer, 49, 445-456. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1991). Internal migration in Israel within a core-periphery structure. The Pennsylvania Geographer, 29, 34-35. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1993). Internal migration and regional development - Theoretical framework and trends in Israel. In R. Kahane (Ed.), Rural and Regional Development in Israel in a Comparative Perspective. Jerusalem: Magness Press. 

 

Munz, M., Reiner, R., and Sonis, M. (1991). Analysis of migratory system using reduced data set. In D. Pumain (Ed.), Spatial Analysis and Population Dynamics (pp. 131-143). John Libbey Eurotext: INED. 

 

Portnov, B.A., and Pearlmutter, D. (1997). Sustainability of population growth: A case study of urban settlements in Israel. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, 9(2), 129-145.

 

Portnov, B.A., Erell, A., and Pearlmutter, D. (1997). Development Peculiarities of Urban Settlements in the Negev. Working Paper Series No 9. Be'er Sheva: Negev Centre for Regional Development.

 

Portnov, B.A. (1998). The effect of housing construction on population migrations in Israel. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 24(3), 541-559.

 

Portnov, B.A. (1998). The effect of housing on migrations in Israel: 1988-94. Journal of Population Economics, 11(3), 379-394.

 

Portnov, B.A. and Erell, E. (1998). Clustering of the urban field as a precondition for sustainable urban growth in peripheral areas: The case of Israel. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, 10(2), 123-141.

 

Portnov, B.A. and Erell, E. (1999).  Long-term development patterns of peripheral desert settlements. In B.A. Portnov, and A.P. Hare (Eds.), Desert Regions: Population, Migration, and Environment (pp. 17-36). Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

 

Portnov, B.A. (1999). Modelling the migration attractiveness of a region. In B.A. Portnov,and A.P.  Hare (eds.), Desert Regions: Population, Migration, and Environment (pp. 111-132). Heidelberg: Springer Verlag..

 

Portnov, B.A., and Pearlmutter, D. (1999). Sustainability of urban growth in peripheral areas: factors and paradigms of regional planning. Progress in Planning, 52(4), 239-308.

 

Portnov, B.A., and Pearlmutter, D. (1999). Private construction as a general indicator of urban development: The case of Israel. International Planning Studies 4(1), 133-161.

 

Portnov, B.A. (1999). The effect of regional inequalities on migration: A comparative analysis of Israel and Japan. International Migration 37(3), 587-615.

 

Portnov, B.A., Erell, E., Bivand, R. and Nilsen, A. (2000). Investigating the effect of clustering of the urban field on sustainable population growth of centrally located and peripheral towns. International Journal of Population Geography, 6, 133-154.

 

Portnov, B.A., and Etzion, Y. (2000). Investigating the effects of public policy on the interregional patterns of population change: The case of Israel. Socio-economic Planning Sciences, 34: 239-269.

 

Portnov, B.A. (2000 ) Neutral migration models for Israel and Japan. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 26(3), 511-533.

 

Portnov, B.A., Erell, E. (2001).  Urban Clustering: The Benefits and Drawbacks of Location. Aldershot: Ashgate.

 

Portugali, J., and Benenson, I. (1995). Artificial planning experience by means of a heuristic cell-space model: Stimulating international migration in the urban process. Environment and Planning A, 27, 1647-1665. 

 

Schnell, I. (1999). Migrant Workers in Tel-Aviv. Jerusalem: The Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. 

 

Schnell, I., and Graicer, I. (1993). Causes of in-migration to Tel-Aviv inner city. Urban Studies, 30(7), 1185-1204. 

 

Shachar, A. (1980). Migration theory and settlement distribution, Urban Settlement Distribution: The Dynamics of Canada's System (pp. 77-84). Vancouver: The Center for Human Settlements, University of British Columbia. 

 

Shachar, A. (1983). Internal migration: Determinants and policies. In E. Cohen (Ed.), Comparative Social Dynamics (pp. 176-192). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Shachar, A., and Lipshitz, G. (1990). Inter-regional migration in Israel. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 11, 153-178. 

 

Shefer, D. (1987). The effect of price support policies on inter-regional and rural to urban migration in Korea, 1967-1980. Journal of Regional Science and Urban Economics, 3, 333-334. 

 

Shefer, D., and Alfandari, T. (1992). Motivations for migration of upwardly mobile populations to and from development towns in Israel. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology.

 

Shefer, D., and Primo, N. (1985). The determinants of household migration into and out of distressed neighborhoods. Urban Studies, 22, 339-347. 

 

Shefer, D., and Steinvortz, L. (1993). Rural to urban to urban migration patterns in Columbia. Habitat International, 17(1), 133-150. 

 

Sofer, M. (1993). Uneven regional development and internal labor migration in Fiji. World Development, 21(2), 301-310. 

 

Sonis, M. (1980). Location push-pull analysis of migration streams. Geographical Analysis, 12(1), 80-97. 

 

Sonis, M. (1988). Interregional migration of the Israeli Jewish population, 1965-1980. In W. Weidkich and G. Haag (Eds.), Interregional Migration - Dynamic Theory and Comparative Analysis (pp. 155-184). Berlin: Springer Verlag. 

 

Waterman, S. (1985). A note on the migration of Jews from Dublin. Jewish Journal of Sociology, 25, 23-27. 

 

Weidlich, W., and Sonis, M. (1991). Interregional migration - Dynamic theory and comparative analysis. In P. Nijkamp, D.E. Boyce, and D. Shefer (Eds.), Regional Science: Retrospect and Prospect (pp. 359-400).