Regional development

 

Amir, S., Frenkel, A., Law-Yone, H., Shefer, D., and Trop, T. (1997). Integration of the environmental assessment into the regional development planning process of the Galilee. Environmental Management, 21(1), 59-68. 

 

Applebaum, L. and Jacobson, E. (1970). Organizational and Administrative Structure. In A. Bendavid, Ed.), The Lakhish Region - Background Study for Research in Regional Development Planning, (pp. 70-83). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.

 

Applebaum, L. and Banin, T. (1991). Regional Councils as Development Agents - Non-municipal Activities of Regional Councils in Israel. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L. and Banin, T. (1992). The Impact of Socio- Economic Characteristics of Regional Councils on the Patterns of Their Development Activities. City and Region, 22, 20-32 (Hebrew).

 

Weitz, R., with the assistance of Applebaum, L. (1968). Introduction to Rural Regional Planning. Rehovot: Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R., Schwartz, D., Finkel, R., and Keidar, P. (1982). Industrialization and development. Rehovot: The Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R., and Schwartz, D. (1988). Issues in Regional Development (pp. 150). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center, Israeli Regional Science Association. (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R., Fleischer, A., and Felsenstein, D. (1991). Economic development stimuli in the urban Galilee. Rehovot: Development Study Center, Department of the Jewish Agency.

 

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)

 

Don, Y., and Bar-El, R. (1972). The vulnerability of small development towns to economic recession, Bar Ilan University Yearbook (pp. 219-246). Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1998). Regional planning and development in Israel as affected by the peace process. In A.G. Noble, F.G. Costa, A.K. Dutt, and R.B. Kent (Eds.), Regional Development and Planning for the 21st Century (pp. 35-56). Aldershot: Ashgate. 

 

Felsenstein, D. and Fleischer, A.(2000). Capital Assistance for Small Firms: Some Implications for Regional Economics Welfare. Geographical Analysis, 32 (1), 36-49.

 

Fleischer, A., and Schwartz, D. (1996). Peripheral alternative employment. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., and Schwartz, D. (1998). Indicators for regional development - Partnership 2000. Rehovot: Development Study Center.

 

Frenkel, A. (1997). Spatial diffusion of industrial technological innovation and regional development. Doctoral thesis, Technion. 

 

Gonen, A., and Weintraub, D. (1974). Towards a sociological analysis of regional development: A pilot study of processes of change in a veteran region in Israel. Sociologia Ruralis, 1/2, 15-29. 

 

Gradus, Y., and Krakover, S. (1976). The level and nature of industrialization in central and developing regions. Economic Quarterly, 23, 66-78.  (Hebrew)

 

Gradus, Y., and Krakover, S. (1976). Changing the spatial structure of industry in Israel. In D.H.K. Amiram and Y. Ben-Arieh (Eds.), Geography in Israel (pp. 109-139). Jerusalem: Tsur-Or Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Gradus, Y., Lazin, F., and Aroni, S. (1991). Introduction to the special issue on the role of universities in developing areas, Higher Education Policy (pp. 9-11): Kogan Page Press. 

 

Gradus, Y., and Lithwick, H. (1996). Frontiers in Regional Development: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. 

 

Gradus, Y. (2001). Immigration and globalization and their impact on regional development: the case  of Israel's Negev. In J. Salukvadze (Ed.), society and geography, (pp. 50-63). Tbilisi: University of the Tbilisi Press.

 

Khamaisi, R., and Gonen, A. (1992). Joint Jewish and Arab regional development center in Israel. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (English and Hebrew)

 

Kipnis, B., and Meir, A. (1983). The kibbutz industrial system: A unique industrial community in Israel. In I.F.E. Hamilton and G. Linge (Eds.), Spatial Analysis, Industry and the Industrial Environment: International Industrial Systems, Vol. 3 (pp. 81-102). London: Wiley. 

 

Kipnis, B., and Meir, A. (1983). The process of evolution and characteristics of rural inter-kibbutz industrial partnership in Israel. Rural Systems, 1(4), 267-281.  (Hebrew)

 

Kipnis, B. (1988). Regional development strategy considerations in multi community land of Israel. In Y. Hofman (Ed.), Jewish Arab Relationships (pp. 21-44). Bristol: Wyndham. 

 

Krakover, S. (1987). The role of Qiryat Gat in Israel's urban system. In E. Stern and D. Urman (Eds.), Man and Environment in the Southern Shefelah (pp. 234-241). Givataim: Massada Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Krakover, S. (1990). The role of Ashquelon in Israel's urban system along the twentieth century. In D. Appell (Ed.), Book of Ashquelon (pp. 16-25). Tel-Aviv: Orthograph Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Lazin, F., Aroni, S., and Gradus, Y. (1986). Developing areas, universities and public policy: An introduction. Policy Studies, 14, 403-406. 

 

Lazin, F., Aroni, S., and Gradus, Y. (1988). The Policy Impact of Universities in Developing Regions. London: Macmillan Press. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1992). Divergence versus convergence in regional development - The evolution of theoretical thought. Journal of Planning Literature, 7, 123-138. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1993). The main approaches to measuring regional development and welfare. Social Indicators Research - An International and Interdisciplinary Journal for Quality of Life, 29, 161-181. 

 

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. 

 

Lipshitz, G., and Raveh, A. (1999). Socioeconomic differences among localities according to a new method of multivariate analysis: Significance for regional development. Regional Studies, 33. 

 

Mazor, A., Fierst, E., Schwartz, D., and Fleischer, A. (1994). Master plan for the Negev in time of peace. Tel-Aviv: The Negev Tourism Development Administration. (Hebrew)

 

Mazor, A., Eli, P., Schwartz, D., and Fleischer, A. (1994). Partnership 2000, Tamar-Arad. Jerusalem: The Negev Tourism Development Authority, the Jewish Agency. (Hebrew)

 

Mazor, A., Fierst, E., Schwartz, D., and Fleischer, A. (1994). The Mediterranean Arava. Jerusalem: The Negev Tourism Development Authority of the Jewish Agency. (Hebrew)

 

Mazor, A., Fierst, E., Schwartz, D., and Fleischer, A. (1994). Partnership 2000, The upper Negev. Jerusalem: The Negev Tourism Development Authority, the Jewish Agency. (Hebrew)

 

Portnov, B.A. (1998). Social attractiveness of the urban physical environment: Cities of siberia. Annals of Regional Science, 32(4), 325-348.

 

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

 

Ratti, R. and Reichman, S. (1993). Spatial effects of borders: An overview of traditional and new approaches to border region development. In P. Nijkamp (Ed.), Europe on the Move, (115-137). Avebury: Aldershot.

 

Romann, M. (1981). Population distribution policy in Israel: The special case of Jerusalem. In J.W. Webb (Ed.), Policies of Population Distribution (pp. 181-188). Oulu: Geographical Society of Northern Finland. 

 

Romann, M. (1989). The transfer of the demographic and economic center from Jerusalem to Tel-Aviv during the mandatory period. In H. Lavski (Ed.), Jerusalem in Zionist Image and Policy (pp. 217-230). Jerusalem: Center for Study of Zionism Image and Policy.  (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D. (1987). The government role in private investment. In R. Bar-El, A. Ben-David-Val, and G. Karaska (Eds.), Patterns of Change in Developing Rural Regions. Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Schwartz, D., and Bar-El, R. (1987). Issues in regional development. Rehovot: The Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D. (1990). City profile - A new classification of development towns. Economic Quarterly, 145, 194-209.  (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D. (1994). Should the law for the encouragement of capital investment be changed? Jerusalem: The Ministry of Economics and Planning. (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, M., Applebaum, L., Keidar, F. and Banin, T. (1994). Regional Councils in  Times of Change: The Challenge of Development Planning. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D. (1995). The center and periphery in Israel: Gaps and potential for growth. Jerusalem: The Ministry of Economics and Planning. (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D., and Bar-El, R. (1996). Economic policy for Israel in the year 2000, stage C, Israel 2020. Haifa: Israel Institute of Technology, the Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D. (1997). Is the Negev prepared to absorb new industries? Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Shachar, A. (1973). The role of new towns in national and regional development: A comparative study. In H. Perloff and N. Sandberg (Eds.), New Towns: Why and for Whom? (pp. 30-47). New York: Praeger. 

 

Shachar, A., and Lipshitz, G. (1981). Regional inequalities in Israel. Environment and Planning A, 13, 463-473. 

 

Shefer, D., Dietz, F.J., and Heijman, W. (1991). Location and Labor Considerations for Regional Development. England: Aldershot. 

 

Shefer, D. (1993). Location of high technology industries and regional development - The Israeli case. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, 5, 206-219. 

 

Shefer, D., Amir, S., Frenkel, A., and Law-Yone, H. (1997). Generating and evaluating alternative regional development towns. Environment and Planning B, 15, 7-22. 

 

Shefer, D., Amir, S., Frenkel, A., Law-Yone, H., and Trop, H. (1997). Integration of environmental assessment into the regional development planning process of the Galilee. Environmental Management, 21(1), 59-68. 

 

Shefer, D., and Rietveld, P. (1999). Regional Development in an Age of Structural Economic Change. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

 

Shefer, D. and Shefer, David. (1999). Transport infrastructure and regional development. In P. Rietveld and D. Shefer (Eds.), Regional Development in an Age of Structural Economic Change. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited. 

 

Sonis, M. (1981). Flows, hierarchies, potentials. Environment and Planning A, 13, 413-420. 

 

Sonis, M., and Hewings, G.J.D. (1991). The Matrioshka principle in the hierarchical decomposition of multiregional social accounting systems. In L. Anslin and M. Madden (Eds.), New Directions in Regional Analysis. Multiregional Approaches (pp. 101-111). London: Pinter. 

 

Weitz, R., Applebaum, L., and Rokach, A. (1966). Regional cooperation in Israel. Rehovot: Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Weitz, R. (1970). Introduction to the Lakish region. Rehovot: Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Weitz, R. (1971). Uda Walawa project Ceylon: A comparative study of two regional planning alternatives in Ceylon, with an interdisciplinary planning team. Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.