Tourism

 

Enis, R., Bashan, M., and Carmon, N. (1969). The Banias - Landscape and recreational planning. Haifa: Center for Urban Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Enis, R., Schechter, M., and Carmon, N. (1974). The demand for recreation in Mount Carmel. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D., and Freeman, D. (1998 (forthcoming)). Simulating the impacts of gambling in a tourist location; Some evidence from Israel. Journal of Travel Research. 

 

Fenster, T., and Niv, Y. (1983). Tourism master plan for Susia Site. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T. (1983). Social analysis of the trends of foreign tourism to Israel. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T. (1986). Tourist plan for the Amazia Forest. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T. (1986). Tourist plan for the Shikma River Basin. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., Banin, T., and Kahana, P. (1991). Bed and breakfast in the Galilee - Survey of the present situation and estimation of its potential. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., Rotem, A., and Banin, T. (1993). New directions in recreation and tourism activities in the rural sector in Israel - Demand and supply factors. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A. (1993). Forests and parks in Israel - Demand survey. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A. (1993). Visitors survey in rural accommodations in Israel. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., Biran, A., and Nitzav, Y. (1995). Bed and breakfast in Israel - The state of the art. Jerusalem: Israel Ministry of Tourism. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., and Mansfield, Y. (1995). Rural urban linkages in tourism. Rehovot Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A. (1995). A plan for the development of tourism and ecotourism in the Silifke district in Turkey. Rehovot: Development Study Center.

 

Fleischer, A. (1995). Tourism and recreation activities in rural Israel. Jerusalem: Israel Ministry of Tourism. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., and Saati, S. (1995). Analysis of the tourism potential in the Golan Region. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., and Saati, S. (1995). The tourism potential in the Upper Galilee. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., and Engel, J. (1995). Rural tourism - Issues in marketing, planning and organization. Jerusalem: Israel Ministry of Tourism. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., Sidi, A., Tzeiri, A., and Kahana, P. (1995). Mature tourism - The potential for the Israeli market. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., Sidi, A., Tseiry, A., Kahana, P., Saati, S., and Aurbach, D. (1996). Senior citizen tourism. Gerontology, 3-30.  (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., Tzur, J., and Sidi, A. (1996). The economic value of Park Goren: Jewish National Fund. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A. (1996). The rural vacationers: Follow-up study. Jerusalem: Israel Ministry of Tourism. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., and Nitzav, Y. (1996). Ecotourism - Determining guidelines and a model for implementation in the Northern Dead Sea region and Geon HaYarden. Rehovot: World Zionist Organization. (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., and Pizam, A. (1997). Rural tourism in Israel. Tourism Management. 

 

Fleischer, A., and Freeman, D. (1997). Multiregional input output analysis: A tool for measuring the economic impact of tourism. Annals of Tourism Research, 24, 998-1001. 

 

Fleischer, A. (1999). Incentive Programs for Rural Tourism in Israel - A Tool for Promoting Rural Development. In P. Rietveld and D. Schefer, (eds.) Regional Development in Age of Structural Economic Change, (pp. 97-110). London: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

 

Fleischer, A. and Felsenstein, D. (2000). Support for Small-Scale Rural Tourism: Does It Make a difference? Annals of Tourism Research, 27(4), 1007-1024.

 

Fleischer, A. (2000). The Tourist Behind the Pilgrim in the Holy Land. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 19, 311-326.

 

Fleischer, A. and Pizam, A. (2002). Travel Constraints among Israeli Seniors. Annals of Tourism Research 29(1):106-123.

 

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.

 

Fleischer, A. and Seiler, E. (forthcoming). Determinants of Vacation Travel Among Israeli Seniors: Theory and Evidence. Applied Economics.

 

Pizam, A. Fleischer, A. and Mansfeld, Y. (forthcoming). Tourism and Social Change: The Case of Israeli Tourists Visiting Jordan. The Journal of Travel Research.

 

Fleischer, A. and Buccola, S. (forthcoming). War, Terror and Tourism in Israel – Demand and Supply Factors. Applied Economics

 

Pizam, A. and Fleischer, A. (forthcoming). Severity vs. Frequency of  Acts of  Terrorism: Which Has A Larger Impact on Tourism Demand? Journal of Travel Research.

 

Gat, D. (forthcoming). Toward a theory  of the intra-urban market for hotel services. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 17(2). 

 

Ginosar, O., and Mansfeld, Y. (1993). The application of personal construct theory in studies of local's tourism development perceptions. Horizons in Geography, 37-38, 35-50.  (Hebrew)

 

Gonen, A. (1974). Tourism and human occupance on the Mediterranean coastlands: Some geographic perspectives. In N. Ginsburg and W. Murdoch (Eds.), The Mediterranean Marine Environment and Development of the Region (pp. 216-238). Malta: The Royal University of Malta Press. 

 

Gonen, A. (1981). Tourism and coastal settlement processes in the Mediterranean region. Ekistics, 48(290), 378-381. 

 

Goodovitch, T. (1996). The case for casinos in Israel. InterGaming, 2(6), 17-25. 

 

Goodovitch, T. (1998). Legal Israeli casinos. InterGaming, 4(5), 21-26. 

 

Haitovsky, Y., Salomon, I., and Silman, L. (1987). The economic impact of chartered flights on tourism to Israel: An econometric approach. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 21, 111-134. 

 

Kark, R. (in press). Hollywood in Ashkelon - A plan to build a film and tourist town in Barnea. In Z. Safrai and A. Sasson (Eds.), Ashkelon Book. 

 

Krakover, S. (1985). Development of tourism resort areas in arid regions. In Y. Gradus (Ed.), Desert Development: Man and Technology in Sparselands (pp. 271-284). Dordrecht: Reidel Publishing. 

 

Krakover, S. (1986). Landscape, recreation and tourism. In E. Stern et. al. (Ed.), The Atlas of the Negev (pp. 49-52). Jerusalem: Keter Publishing House.  (Hebrew)

 

Krakover, S. (1998). Employment adjustment trends in tourism hotels in Israel. Tourism Recreation Research, 23, 23-32. 

 

Krakover, S. (1999). Seasonal adjustment of employment to demand and revenues in tourist hotels during expansion and stagnation. International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration, 14. 

 

Krakover, S. (1999). Seasonality of employment in tourism hotels and its adjustment to demand and revenues from hotel services. Economic Quarterly.  (Hebrew)

 

Krakover, S. (2000). Partitioning seasonal employment in the hospitality industry. Tourism Management, 20. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1989). The international tourism system and its relation to tourism processes in Israel. Monthly Review, 2, 20-30.  (Hebrew)

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1990). Spatial patterns of international tourist flows: Towards a theoretical framework. Progress in Human Geography, 14(3), 372-390. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1990). Tourist entries to Israel by way of the sea: Past trends and forecast to 1995. Haifa: Widra Institute for Shipping and Aviation Research, University of Haifa.

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1991). Seaborne tourism to Israel: Past trends and forecasts to 1995. Sapanut, 19(1), 1-6.  (Hebrew)

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1992). Tourism: Towards a behavioral approach. Progress in Planning, 38(1). 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1992). From motivation to actual travel. Annals of Tourism Research, 19(3), 399-419. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1992). Industrial landscapes as positive settings for tourism development in declining industrial cities - The case of Haifa. GeoJournal, 28(4), 457-463. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1992). Group-differentiated perceptions of social impacts related to tourism development. The Professional Geographer, 44(4), 377-392. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1992). Tourism in Haifa: Constraints and possibilities for future development. In M. Aharoni (Ed.), People and Doings in Haifa and its Surroundings - A Regional Encyclopedia. Haifa: Miska.  (Hebrew)

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1993). Tourism: Towards a Behavioral Approach. Oxford: Pergamon Press. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1993). Turbulent security environment and variable propensity to travel - The case of Israel, 1989. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 84(2), 132-143.  (German)

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1994). The Middle East conflict and tourism to Israel. Middle Eastern Studies, 30(3). 

 

Mansfeld, Y., and Ginosar, O. (1994). Evaluation of repertory grid method in studies of local's attitude toward tourism development process. Environment and Planning A, 26(3), 957-972. 

 

Mansfeld, Y., and Ginosar, O. (1994). Determinants of local's perceptions and attitudes toward tourism development in their locality. Geoforum, 25(2), 227-248. 

 

Mansfeld, Y., and Kliot, N. (1995). The tourism industry in the partitioned island of Cyprus. In A. Pizam and Y. Mansfeld (Eds.), Tourism, Crime and International Security Issues (pp. 187-203). New York: New York Chichester: John Wiley and Sons. 

 

Mansfeld, Y., and Kamel, Y. (1995). Patterns of tourist destination - Choice and travel behavior among members of the urban and rural Arab community of Israel: A comparative study of Haifa and Ibillin. GeoJournal, 35(4), 459-470. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1995). The value stretch model and its implementation in detecting tourists' class-differentiated destination choices. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 4(3), 71-92. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1995). War, tourism and the Middle East factor. In A. Pizam and Y. Mansfeld (Eds.), Tourism, Crime and International Security Issues (pp. 265-278). London: John Wiley and Sons. 

 

Mansfeld, Y., and Fleischer, A. (1995). Urban-rural linkages in tourism in Israel. Rehovot: Development Study Center.

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1996). Golden eggs: Tourism development along coastal areas. Massa Acher.  (Hebrew)

 

Pizam, A., and Mansfeld, Y. (1996). Tourism, Crime and International Security Issues. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.

 

Przybylski, M., Felsenstein, D., Freeman, D., and Littlepage, I. (1998 (forthcoming)). Does gambling complement the tourist industry? Some empirical evidence of import substitution and demand displacement. Tourism Economics. 

 

Shachar, A. (1995). Metropolitan areas: Economic globalization and urban tourism. In A. Montanari and A. Williams (Eds.), European Tourism: Regions, Spaces and Restructuring (pp. 151-160): Wiley Chichester. 

 

Shachar, A., and Shoval, N. (in press). Tourism in Jerusalem: A place to pray. In D. Judd and S. Fainstein (Eds.), Places to Play: The Remaking of Cities for Tourists. New Haven: Yale University Press. 

 

Sofer, M. (1990). The impact of tourism on a village community: A case study of Votua village, Nadroga/Navosa, Fiji. The Journal of Pacific Studies, 15, 107-138. 

 

Stern, E. (1987). Competition and location in the gaming industry: The casino states of Southern Africa. Geography, 72(2), 140-150.