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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. (1980). Decision making in urban plan implementation: Does the dog wag the tail or the tail wag the dog? Urban Law and Policy, 3(1), 41-58. 

 

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. (1981). The planning and building laws and local plans: Rigid regulations or a flexible framework. Iyunei Mishpat, 11(2), 179-220.  (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R. (1982). British planning: A troubled look in the mirror. Journal of the American Planning Association, 48(2), 499-503. 

 

Alterman, R. (1982). Implementation analysis in urban and regional planning: Toward a research agenda. In P. Healey, G. McDougall, and M. Thomas (Eds.), Planning Theory: Prospects for the 1980's, Vol. 23: Pergamon Press. 

 

Alterman, R. (1982). Planning for public participation: The design on implementable strategies. Environment and Planning B, 9, 295-313. 

 

Alterman, R. (1983). Implementation analysis: The contours of an emerging debate. Journal of Planning, Education and Research, 2(3), 63-65. 

 

Alterman, R. (1987). Opening up the 'Black Box' in evaluating neighborhood programs: The implementation process in Israel's Project Renewal. Policy Studies, 16(2), 347-361. 

 

Alterman, R. (1988). Implementing decentralization for neighborhood regeneration: Factors promoting of inhibiting success. Journal of the American Planning Association, 54(4), 454-469. 

 

Alterman, R. (1988). What is an outline plan under the Planning and Building Law? Flexibility, continuous planning and the implementation process. City and Region, 18.  (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R. (1990). Comparison of statutory planning systems in selected countries. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R. (1990). Implementation analysis of a national neighborhood program: The case of Israel's Project Renewal. In N. Carmon (Ed.), Neighborhood Policy and Programs - Past and Present (pp. 123-141). London: MacMillan Press. 

 

Alterman, R. (1992). A transatlantic view of planning education and professional organization. Journal of Planning, Education and Research, 12, 102-117. 

 

Alterman, R. (1993). The 'cold fusion' of ideas from public planning with corporate management. Planning Theory, 55-68. 

 

Alterman, R. (1995). Can planning help in time of crisis? Public-policy responses to Israel's recent wave of mass immigration. Journal of the American Planning Association, 61(2), 156-177. 

 

Alterman, R. (1997). From long-range planning to implementation: Institutional changes and decision making: Final report of Israel 2020: A national plan for Israel in the 21st century. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

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Alterman, R., Churchman, A., and Law-Yone, H. (1987). A Handbook for Public Participation in Planning (2 ed.). Haifa: Technion Textbook Publishing House.  (Hebrew)

 

Alterman, R., Harris, D., and Hill, M. (1984). The impact of public participation on planning: The case of the Derbyshire structure plan. Town Planning Review, 55(2), 177-196. 

 

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Bitan, A. (1976). Wind as a negative factor in man's comfort and its planning implications. International Journal of Biometeorology, 20, 174-185. 

 

Bitan, A. (1977). Planning and climate - The case of Di Zahav (Gulf of Eilat). Geoforum, 8, 249-265. 

 

Bitan, A. (1982). The Impact of Climate on Planning and Building (pp. 371). Lausanne: Elsevier Sequoia Publishing.

 

Bitan, A. (1982). The Jordan Valley project - A case study in climate and regional planning. Energy and Buildings, 4, 1-9. 

 

Bitan, A. (1983). Applied climatology and its contribution to planning and building: The Israel experience. Habitat International, 7, 125-145. 

 

Bitan, A. (1985). Applied Climatology and its Contribution to Planning and Building (pp. 378). Lausanne: Elsevier Seqoia Publishing.

 

Bitan, A. (1988). The methodology of applied climatology in planning and building. Energy and Buildings, 11, 1-10. 

 

Bitan, A. (1991). Urban Climate, Planning and Building, Vol. 1 (pp. 1114). Lausanne: Elsevier Seqoia Publishing.

 

Bitan, A., and Potcher, O. (1995). Theory and methodology of climatic planning and its application in the new city of Bet-Shemesh. Town Planning Review, 66, 61-81. 

 

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Carmon, N. (1994). Planning for "quality of life for all". Haifa: The Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1996). Modes of life in the Israeli society: Analysis, forecast and planning considerations. In N. Carmon et. al. (Ed.), The Social Alternative (pp. 17-62). Haifa: The Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion.  (Hebrew)

 

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Churchman, A., and Ginsberg, Y. (1984). The  use of behavioral science research in physical planning: Some inherent limitations. Journal of Architecture and Planning Research, 1, 57-66. 

 

Churchman, A., Alterman, R., and Vranesky, A. (1996). Conflicts over the planning of public spaces and ways of alleviating them: Attempts to replace parks in Tel-Aviv with underground parking. Haifa: The Klutznick Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

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Efrat, E. (1976). Geographical influences on the physical planning of Israel's coasts. The Israel National Committee, 145-162. 

 

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Efrat, E. (1995). Physical planning of the Northern Negev during Israel's second decade, Studies in Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel (pp. 240-261). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press.  (Hebrew)

 

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Fenster, T. (1993). Participation in the settlement planning process - The case of the Bedouin in the Israeli Negev. Progress in Planning, 39(3), 167-242. 

 

Fenster, T. (1996). Ethnicity and citizen identity in development and planning for minority groups. Political Geography, 15(5), 405-418. 

 

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