Towns

 

Amiran, D.H.K., and Shachar, A. (1969). Development Towns in Israel. Jerusalem: Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 

 

Bar-El, R., and Schwartz, D. (1990). Economic development of Ofakim. A few preliminary considerations. Rehovot: The Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Artzi, Y. and Schiller, E. (1985). Haifa and its Sites. Jerusalem: Ariel. (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Artzi, Y. (1987). Two episodes in the history of Haifa in the mid-nineteenth century. Cathedra ,42, 171-183. (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Artzi, Y. (1989). Joahness Zeller - A missionary to Nazareth and to the Holy-Land. Cathedra, 50, 73-97. (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Artzi, Y., and Naor, M. (1989). Haifa and its Development, 1918-1948. Idan Publications, 12, Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi. (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Artzi, Y. (1999). Haifa - Local History. Haifa: Haifa University Press. (Hebrew)

 

Borukhov, E. (1989). Industry in development towns: Problems of development. Economic Quarterly, 142, 260-27.  (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. (1967). Jerusalem and the Corridor: A Geography of a Town and its Surroundings. Jerusalem: Achiasaf.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1976). Towns and Urbanization in Israel. Jerusalem: Achiasaf.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1977). Industry in Israel's new development towns. GeoJournal, 1(4), 41-46. 

 

Efrat, E. (1977). Towns in the desert, The Desert - Past, Present and Future (pp. 229-303): Reshafim.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1978). Optimum versus reality in Israel's town systems. GeoJournal, 2(6), 507-519. 

 

Efrat, E. (1987). Development Towns in Israel - Past or Future? Tel-Aviv: Achiasaf.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1987). The idea of development towns in Israel, 1900-1948. Between People and Land, A. Katz Memorial Volume(Karka), 79-90.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1988). Towns and Urbanization in Israel. Tel-Aviv: Achiasaf. 

 

Efrat, E. (1993). British town planning perspectives of Jerusalem in transition. Planning Perspectives, 8, 377-393. 

 

Efrat, E. (1993). Lod and Ramla are not twin-towns. Geography, 9, 6-7. 

 

Efrat, E. (1994). The new development of towns of Israel (1948-1993) - A reappraisal. Cities, 11(4), 247-252. 

 

Efrat, E. (1997). Countryside and town. Hassadeh, September, 38-39.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1997). Development towns in Israel. In Z. Tsameret and C. Belkind (Eds.), The First Decade, 1948-1958 (pp. 103-112). Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Zvi Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1997). The development towns and the regional councils - Their struggle on land. Hassadeh, 77(5), 25-26.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1997). Westside story - The towns of the past, present and future. Massa Acher, December, 84-91.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E., Sofer, A., and Finkel, R. (1990). The development towns and the topsites - An error which tends to repeat itself. Karka, 32, 25-29.  (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D., and Schwartz, D. (1991). Economic development of small cities close to metropolitan: The instances of Beit Shemesh and Kiryat Gat. Rehovot: The Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

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)

 

Gradus, Y., and Krakover, S. (1977). Classification of the Israeli towns on an occupational basis. City and Region, 4, 20-40.  (Hebrew)

 

Justman, M. (1985). The re-industrialization of the Negev development towns in the 1970's. Economic Quarterly, 127, 385-397.  (Hebrew)

 

Kipnis, B., and Soen, D. (1972). The functioning of cluster towns in Israel. Ekistics, 205, 400-407. 

 

Krakover, S. (1976). Population census of Netivot, 1976. Netivot: The Municipality of Netivot. (Hebrew)

 

Krakover, S. (1977). On the question of the small size of urban settlements. Nofim, 9-10, 179-186.  (Hebrew)

 

Krakover, S. (1979). The development of three small towns in the northern Negev. In A. Shmueli and Y. Gradus (Eds.), Land of the Negev, Man and Desert (pp. 569-611). Jerusalem: Ministry of Defense Publishing House.  (Hebrew)

 

Krakover, S. (1984). The development towns of Israel: Past problems in a historical perspective. Beer Sheva: The Unit for Welfare Projects, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. (Hebrew)

 

Krakover, S., and Seidof, H. (1984). The transportation network in Netivot-Azata region: Its conditions and suggestions for improvements, Promoting the Urban-Rural Cooperation in the Netivot-Azata Region (pp. 130-147). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.  (Hebrew)

 

Krakover, S., and Seidof, H. (1984). Toward a combined regional housing market in an urban-rural region: The case of Netivot and Azata, Israel, Promoting the Urban-Rural Cooperation in the Netivot-Azata Region (pp. 111-129). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.  (Hebrew)

 

Krakover, S., and Stern, E. (1992). Housing dynamics effects on the residential structure of developing towns. Economic Quarterly, 152, 80-97.  (Hebrew)

Lipshitz, G. (1990). Development Towns - A New Basis for Policy Planning. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1990). Development towns and their rural hinterland: Temporal analysis of social disparities. In A. Shachar, S. Reichman, Y. Ben-Arie, and A. Gonen (Eds.), Eretz-Israel (pp. 106-117): Eshkol Institute for Economics, Social and Political Research. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1991). Development towns -  A new basis for policy planning. Israel Studies, 3, 3-10. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1992). Development towns that take in immigrants: Qiryat Gat. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies. (Hebrew)

 

Lipshitz, G. (1994). Socioeconomic differences among Israeli development towns: A basis for differential policy planning. City and Region, 23, 99-121.  (Hebrew)

 

Lipshitz, G. (1997). Absorption of the Wave of Immigration from the Former Soviet Union in Israeli Development Towns, 1990-1995. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Israeli Studies.  (Hebrew)

 

Lipshitz, G., and Massam, B. (1998). Classification of development towns in Israel using multi-criteria decision aid techniques. Environment and Planning A, 30, 1279-1294. 

 

Portnov, B.A. (1999). Public policy and urban growth in peripheral areas. In B.A. Portnov, and A.P.  Hare (Eds.), Desert Regions: Population, Migration, and Environment (pp. 133-152). Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

 

Portnov, B.A., and Mozafi-Haller W.A. (1999). Desert settlements in Israel: Socio-economic and physical data. In B.A. Portnov, and A.P. Hare (Eds.), Desert Regions:Population, Migration, and Environment (pp. 307-322). Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.       

 

Portnov, B.A., Meir, I., Deddis, W.G., and McCluskey, W.J. (2000). Property tax, social equity and efficiency of local authorities in Israel. Journal of Property Tax Assessment and Administration, 5(2),  33-59.

 

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

 

Razin, E. (1988). Ownership structure and linkage patterns of industry in Israel's development towns. Regional Studies, 22, 19-31. 

 

Razin, E., and Shachar, A. (1987). Ownership of industry and plant stability in Israel's development towns. Urban Studies, 296-311. 

 

Schwartz, D. (1985). The contribution of the law for the encouragement of capital investment on the industrialization of Ofakim. Economic Quarterly, 128, 555-563.  (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D. (1986). The effect of capital investment incentive law on the pace of industrial investment in development towns and on their sectoral composition. Rehovot: The Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D. (1987). The industrialization experience in Migdal Ha'emek and in Ma'alot. Rehovot: The Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D. (1989). The impact of the law for the encouragement of capital investment on the scope of investments in development towns and on the sectoral composition, Economic Discussion 1998 (pp. 227-249). Jerusalem: The Israel Association for Economics.  (Hebrew)

 

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

 

Schwartz, D. (1993). The impact of the law for the encouragement of capital investment on the industrial investment of development towns. Rehovot: The Development Study Center. (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., and Felsenstein, D. (1988). Economic linkages in the development towns: Implications for local economic development. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Schwartz, D., and Felsenstein, D. (1989). The economic connection in development towns between the factories and the city. Rehovot: The Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Shachar, A. (1971). Israel's development towns: An evaluation of national urbanization policy. Journal of American Institute of Planners, 37(6), 362-372. 

 

Shachar, A. (1973). The regional systems of the towns of Israel. In A. Shachar, D. Weintraub, and E. Cohen (Eds.), Towns of Israel: A Reader (pp. 194-198). Jerusalem: Akademon.  (Hebrew)

 

Shachar, A., Weintraub, D., and Cohen, E. (1973). Towns of Israel: A Reader (pp. 689). Jerusalem: Akademon. (Hebrew)

 

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 Frenkel, A. (1987). Generating alternative socio-economic development policies for Israeli development towns. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology. (Hebrew)

 

Shefer, D., and Frenkel, A. (1989). Job creation in Israeli development towns. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology. (Hebrew)