Technology

 

Bar-El, R., and Felsenstein, D. (1988). The technological intensity of industrial sectors in Israel. Economic Quarterly, 140, 22-35.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R., Felsenstein, D., Bentolila, D., Spiegel, D., and Kedar, F. (1989). Technological Trends in Rural Industrialization. Jerusalem: Settlement Study Center and the Bialik Institute.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R., and Felsenstein, D. (1989). Technological profile and industrial structure: Implications for the development of sophisticated industry in peripheral areas. Regional Studies, 23(3), 253-306. 

 

Bar-El, R., and Felsenstein, D. (1989). Measuring the technological intensity of the industrial branch: A methodological and empirical approach. Research Policy, 18, 239-252. 

 

Bar-El, R., and Felsenstein, D. (1990). Technological change and new patterns of industrial location. Horizons in Geography, 28-29, 87-98.  (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Artzi, Y. , Frankel, R., and Ayalon, E. (1996). The Templer Olive press at Sarona. Cathedra, 82, 75-86. (Hebrew)

 

Biger, G. and Liphschitz, N. (1992). Timber in the First Aliya buildings. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 43-58. (Hebrew)

 

Christopherson, S., and Gradus, Y. (1985). High technology in the holy land: The origins and consequences of the Israeli development path. In P. Hesp and W. Stohr (Eds.), International Economic Restructuring and the Territorial Community (pp. 175-194). Vienna: UNIDO. 

 

Felsenstein, D. (1986). The spatial organization of Israel's high technology industries. Jerusalem: Institute of Urban and Regional Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

Felsenstein, D., and Bar-El, R. (1988). The technological intensity of industrial sectors in Israel. Economic Quarterly, 137, 159-167.  (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D., and Shachar, A. (1988). Locational and organizational determinants of RandD employment in high technology firms. Regional Studies, 22(6), 477-486. 

 

Felsenstein, D. (1989). Generating the growth process: The case of the development of high technology industry in Jerusalem. City and Region, 19-20, 105-119.  (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D., and Bar-El, R. (1989). Measuring the technological intensity of the industrial branch: A methodological and empirical approach. Research Policy, 18, 239-252. 

 

Felsenstein, D., and Bar-El, R. (1990). Technological and locational factors in rural industrialization: A comparative investigation. In E. Cicotti, N. Alderman, and A. Thwaites (Eds.), Technological Development in a Spatial Context: Theory, Empirical Evidence and Policy (pp. 235-259). Heidelber: Springer Verlag. 

 

Felsenstein, D. (1991). The new geography of high technology industries in Israel. In H. Surkis, E. Rap, and T. Shachar (Eds.), Changes in the Geography of Israel (pp. 65-84). Jerusalem: Ministry of Education and Culture.  (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D. (1994). Large high technology firms and the spatial extension of metropolitan labor markets: Some evidence from Israel. Urban Studies, 31(6), 867-883. 

 

Felsenstein, D. (1995). Nodes, networks and foreign-owned companies in Israeli high technology. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies.

 

Felsenstein, D. (1996). High technology firms and locational choice in Israel: A look at the determinants. Geografiska Annaler, 78B(1), 43-58. 

 

Felsenstein, D. (1997). The making of a high technology node: Foreign-owned companies in Israeli industry. Regional Studies, 31(4), 367-380. 

 

Frenkel, A., and Shefer, D. (1987). The impact of financial incentives and advanced means of communication on the location and operation of high-tech industries in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 19, 13-35.  (Hebrew)

 

Frenkel, A., and Maital, S. (1991). The Israeli diagnostics industry: Evaluation of the technological level by technometric methods. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology. (Hebrew)

 

Frenkel, A., Reiss, R., Maital, S., Grupp, H., and Koschatzky, K. (1994). Technometric evaluation and technology policy: The case of biodiagnostic kits. Research Policy, 23, 283-292. 

 

Frenkel, A., Frenkel, D., Grupp, H., and Maital, S. (1996). A technometric assessment of sensor technology in Israel versus Europe, USA and Japan. International Journal of Technology Management, 11(5-6), 667-687. 

 

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

 

Frenkel, A., and Shefer, D. (1997). Technological innovation and diffusion models: A review. In C.S. Bertuglia, S. Lombrdo, and P. Nijkamp (Eds.), Innovative Behavior in Space ad Time (pp. 41-63). Berlin: Verlag Springer. 

 

Gradus, Y. (1985). Desert Development: Man and Technology in Sparselands. Dordrecht: D. Reidel Publishing company. 

 

Grupp, H., Maital, S., Frenkel, A., and Koschatzky, K. (1992). A data envelopment model to compare technological excellence and export sales in Israel and European countries. Research Evaluation, 2(2), 87-101. 

 

Hayuth, Y., and Hilling, D. (1992). Technological changes and seaport development. In B.S. Hoyle and D. Pinder (Eds.), European Port Cities in Transition (pp. 4-58): Belhaven. 

 

Hewings, G.J.D., Sonis, M., and Jensen, R.C. (1988). Technological innovation and input-output analysis. In I. Orishimo, P. Nijkamp, and G.J.D. Hewings (Eds.), Information Technology: Social and Spatial Perspectives (pp. 163-194). Berlin: Springer Verlag. 

 

Hewings, G.J.D., Sonis, M., and Jensen, R.C. (1988). Fields of influence of technological change in input-output models. Papers of the Regional Science Association, 64, 25-36. 

 

Kark, R. (1989). Transportation in 19th century Palestine: Reintroduction of the wheel. In R. Kark (Ed.), The Land that Became Israel (pp. 57-76). Jerusalem: Magnes Press. 

 

Kark, R. (1995). The introduction of modern technology into the Holy Land, 1800-1914. In T.E. Levi (Ed.), The Archaeology of Society in the Holy Land (pp. 524-541). London: Leicester University Press. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1993). Technological innovations and the Israeli city. Horizons in Geography, 37-38, 23-33.  (Hebrew)

 

Kellerman, A. (1999). Leading nations in the adoption of communications media, 1975-1995. Urban Geography, 20, 377-389.

 

Kellerman, A. (1999). Space and place in internet information flows. Netcom, 13, 25-35.

 

Kellerman, A. (2000).Where does it happen? The location of the production and consumption of web information. Journal of Urban Technology, 7, 45-61.

 

Kellerman, A. (2000). Phases in the rise of information society. Info, 2, 537-541.

 

Kellerman, A. (2002). Conditions for the development of High-Tech industry: The case of Israel. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 93.  (Forthcoming)

 

Kellerman, A. (2002). The global leadership of New York and Los Angeles in information production. Journal of Urban Technology, 9. (forthcoming).

 

Kellerman, A. (2002). Geography of Information.  London: John Wiley. (forthcoming).

 

Liphschitz, N., Lev-Yadun, S. and Biger, G. (1988). Timber in the first buildings of Mikwe Israel. Rothem, 26, 62-72. (Hebrew)

 

Liphschitz, N., Gophna, R., Hartman, M. and Biger, G. (1991). Beginning of olive (Olea Europaea) cultivation in the Old World: a reassessment. Journal of Archaeological Science, 18, 441-453.

 

Liphschitz, N. and Biger, G. (1992). Israel: historical timber trade in the Levant: the use of imported Cedrus Libani in construction of buildings in Israel from ancient times to the early twentieth century. LUNDQUA, 34, 202-206.

 

Liphschitz, N. and Biger, G. (1992). Building in Eretz Israel throughout the ages - one cause for the destruction of cedar forests of the Near East. GeoJournal, 27(4), 345-352.

 

Liphschitz, N., Kark, R and Biger, G. (1996). Botanical methods in the Historical Geography of Palestine, North American Wood in an Arab Village Oil Press. In A. Helzer, and D. Eitam (Eds.), Olive Wood and Olive Oil in Antiquity, (pp. 215-221). Saragon: Padova.

 

Lipshitz, G. (1993). Dispersal of high-tech settlements as a strategy for peripheral regional development. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 84, 40-50. 

 

Maital, S., Grupp, H., Frenkel, A., and Koschatzky, K. (1994). The relation between the average complexity of high-tech products and their diversity: An empirical test of an evolutionary model. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 4, 273-288. 

 

Maital, S., Frenkel, A., Grupp, H., and Koschatzky, K. (1994). The relation between scientific and technological excellence and export performance: A theoretical model and empirical test for EC countries. Science and Public Policy, 21(3), 138-146. 

 

Pohoryles, S., and Yaron, D. (1981). Patterns of technology transfer and cooperation in agriculture in a similar ecosystem: The case of Egypt and Israel. Jerusalem: Hebrew University.

 

Salomon, I., and Tsairi, B. (1994). Barriers and communications technologies in global society: An overview and case study. In P. Nijkamp (Ed.), New Borders and Old Barriers in Spatial Development (pp. 105-121). Avebury: Aldershot. 

 

Salomon, I. (1998). Technological change and social forecasting: The case of telecommuting as a travel substitute. Transportation Research C: Emerging Technologies, 6, 17-45. 

 

Shachar, A., and Felsenstein, D. (1992). High technology and urban economic development. Urban Studies, 29(6), 839-835. 

 

Shachar, A., and Felsenstein, D. (1992). Urban economic development and high technology industry. Urban Studies, 29(6), 839-856. 

 

Shefer, D., and Frenkel, A. (1986). The effect of advanced means of communication on the operation and location of high-tech industries in Israel. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology. (Hebrew)

 

Shefer, D. (1988). The effect of various means of communication on the operation and location of high technology industries. In M. Giaoutzi and P. Nijkamp (Eds.), Informatics, High-Tech and Regional Development (pp. 168-181). Avebury: Aldershot. 

 

Shefer, D. (1991). High technology industries - A Panacea for peripheral regions? The evidence from Israel. In D.E. Boyce, P. Nijkamp, and D. Shefer (Eds.), Prospect and Retrospect for Regional Science (pp. 171-190). Germany: Springer-Verlag. 

 

Shefer, D., and Vider, A. (1993). Knowledge centers and the location of high technology industries: The case of the Rehovot-Ness Ziona region in Israel. Rehovot: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology.

 

Shefer, D., and Bar-El, E.L. (1993). High technology industries as a vehicle for regional growth - The Israel's peripheral regions. Environment and Planning C, 11, 245-261. 

 

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., and Frenkel, A. (1997). Technological innovation and diffusion models: A review. In C.S. Bertugila, S. Lombardo, and P. Nijkamp (Eds.), Innovative Behavior in Space ad Time (pp. 41-63). Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 

 

Shefer, D., and Modena, V. (1999). Technological incubators as creators of new high-technology firms in Israel. In L. Suarez-Villa and M. Fischer (Eds.), Networks, Innovation and Competitiveness. 

 

Stern, E. (1982). Obtaining geographic information from space imagery. In N. Kadmon and A. Shmueli (Eds.), Maps and Mapping (pp. 72-80). Jerusalem: Keter Press Ltd.  (Hebrew)