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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. 

 

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Hayuth, Y. (1981). Containerization and the load center concept. Economic Geography, 57, 160-175. 

 

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Hayuth, Y. (1982). Intermodal transportation and the hinterland concept. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 73, 13-21. 

 

Hayuth, Y. (1982). Competitive actors in air and sea transport: A comparative analysis of Israel's foreign trade. Haifa: Israel Shipping and Aviation Research Institute.

 

Hayuth, Y. (1982). The participation of Israeli merchant fleet in the transport of Israeli seaborne trade. Haifa: Israel Shipping and Aviation Research Institute. (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y. (1983). The evolution and competitiveness of air cargo transportation: The case of Israel's airborne trade. Transport Review, 3, 265-286. 

 

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Hayuth, Y. (1988). Rationalization of the U.S. container port system. The Professional Geographer, 40(3), 279-288. 

 

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Hayuth, Y. (1991). Load centering and modal integration. Coastal Management, 19(3), 297-311. 

 

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Leiser, D., and Stern, E. (1989). Determinants of subjective time estimates in simulated urban driving. Transportation Research A, 22(3), 175-182. 

 

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Meir, A. (1981). Innovation diffusion and regional economic development: The spatial diffusion of automobiles in Ohio. Regional Studies, 15, 111-122. 

 

Nijkamp, P. and Reichman, S. (Eds.)(1987). Transportation Planning in a Changing World. London: Gower in Association with the European Science Foundation.

 

Nijkamp, P., and Salomon, I. (1989). The future spatial impacts of telecommunications. Transportation Planning and Technology, 13, 275-287. 

 

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Orfeuil, J.P., and Salomon, I. (1993). Travel patterns of the European in every day life. In I. Salomon, P. Bovy, and J.P. Orfeuil (Eds.), A Billion Trips a Day: Tradition and Transition in European Travel Patterns (pp. 33-50). Dordrecht: Kluwer. 

 

Pazy, A., Salomon, I., and Pintzov, T. (1996). The impacts of womens' careers on their commuting behavior: A case study of Israeli computer professionals. Transportation Research A, 30(4), 269-286. 

 

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Reichman, S. (1969). A note on transportation impact in subsistence agricultural areas. Research report no. 49, Northwestern University: Department of Geography.

 

Reichman, S. (1970). Land, sea and air transportation maps, with explanatory text. In Atlas of Israel, (XIV/1-2). English edition: Tel-Aviv.

 

Reichman, S. (1971). The evolution of land transportation in Palestine 1920-1947. Jerusalem Studies in Geography, 2, 55-90.

 

Reichman, S. and Stopher, P.R. (1971). Disaggregate stochastic models of travel mode choice. Highway Research Record (HRR), 369, 91-103.

 

Reichman, S. (1972). The role of transportation in the urban development of West Africa. In La Croissance Urbaine en Afrique Noire et Madagascar, (pp. 971-983). CNRS, Vol. 2.

 

Reichman, S. (1973). Transportation and urban development in West Africa, A review. In B.S. Hoyle (ed.) Transport and Development, Geographical Readings, (pp. 190-207). London: Macmillan.

 

Reichman, S. (1973). Transportation in Jerusalem. In D.H.K. Amiran, A. Shachar and Y. Kimhi (Eds.) Urban Geography of Jerusalem, (pp. 123-138). Berlin: De Gruyter.

 

Reichman, S. (1973). Subjective time saving in inter-urban travel, an empirical study. Highway Research Record (HRR), 446, 21-27.

 

Reichman, S. (1974). Alternative behavioral approaches to value of time models with implications for non-traders. In Behavioral Travel Demand Modeling and Valuation of Travel Time, (pp. 173-179). Transportation Research Board (TRB) Special Report 149.

 

Reichman, S., Eliash, A. and Barashi, D. (1974). Travel Patterns in Israel 1958-1971. Tel-Aviv: The Israeli Institution for Transport Research. (Hebrew)

 

Reichman, S. (1976). A note on the range of transportation services, trade areas and the functional rank of cities. Travaux et Documents de Geographie Tropicale, 23, 51-59.

 

Reichman, S. (1976). Travel adjustments and life styles, a behavioral approach. In P.R. Stopher and A.H. Meyburg (Eds.), Behavioral Travel Demand Modeling, (pp. 143-152). Heath: Lexington.

 

Reichman, S. (1976). Travel patterns as a social phenomenon: an Israeli case-study. Project F-7, FordFoundation, 36 pp.

 

Reichman, S. (1976). Conceptual Problems in evaluation of travel time. TRR, 587, 24-29.

 

Reichman, S., and Stopher, P.R. (1976). Applications of value of travel time to travel demand estimation. TRR, 587, 6-11.

 

Reichman, S. (1977). Instrumental and life-style aspects of urban travel. TRR, 649, 38-42.

 

Reichman, S. (1978). Le voyage dun geographe dans le Pays de lAdministration. LEspace Geographique, 2, 123-125. (Franch)

 

Reichman, S. (1978). Transport and boundaries: The Israeli case study. Basler Beitrage zur Geographie, 26, 190-196.

 

Reichman, S. (1978). The human factor in travel behavior: implications for research methodology. In Mobility in Urban Life, (pp. 175-181). Paris: Institut de Recherche des Transports.

 

Reichman, S. (1983). Les Transports: Servitude ou Liberte? Presses Universitaires de France: Paris.

 

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Reichman, S. and Salomon, I. (1987). Travel demand or needs for access as determinants of future policy-making. In P. Nijkamp and Reichman, S. (Eds.), Transportation Planning in a Changing World, (pp. 152-167). London: Gower in Association with the European Science Foundation.

 

Reichman, S. (1989). Urban public transport as a local public good: A tentative conceptualization and operationalization. Journal of Applied Geography.

 

Salomon, I., and Ben-Akiva, M. (1983). The use of life style concept in travel demand models. Environment and Planning A, 15, 623-638. 

 

Salomon, I., and Silman, L. (1985). Scheduled bus and 'sherut' taxi operation in Israel. Transportation Research B, 19B(3), 259-264. 

 

Salomon, I. (1985). Telecommunications and travel: Substitution or modified behavior? Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 19(3), 219-235. 

 

Salomon, I. (1986). Towards a behavioral approach to city center parking: The case of Jerusalem's CBD. Cities, 3(3), 200-208. 

 

Salomon, I. (1986). Telecommunications and travel relationships: A review. Transportation Research A, 20A(3), 223-238. 

 

Salomon, I., and Schofer, J. (1988). Forecasting telecommunications - Travel interactions: The transportation manager's perspective. Transportation Research A, 22(3), 219-229. 

 

Salomon, I. (1991). The Israeli transportation system: Serving a small island state. The Pennsylvania Geographer, 29(1), 1-16. 

 

Salomon, I., and Schofer, J. (1991). Transportation and telecommunications costs: Some implications for small countries. Annals of Regional Science, 24, 237-252. 

 

Salomon, I., Bovy, P., and Orfeuil, J.P. (1993). Introduction: Can a billion trips per a day be reduced to a few patterns? In I. Salomon, P. Bovy, and J.P. Orfeuil (Eds.), A Billion Trips a Day: Tradition and Transition in European Travel Patterns (pp. 1-13). Dordrecht: Kluwer. 

 

Salomon, I., and Tacken, M. (1993). Taming the peak: Time and timing as travel moderators. In I. Salomon, P. Bovy, and J.P. Orfeuil (Eds.), A Billion Trips a Day: Tradition and Transition in European Travel Patterns (pp. 53-74). Dordrecht: Kluwer. 

 

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Stern, E. (1979). Beer Sheva - A gateway city. In Y. Gradus and E. Stern (Eds.), Beer Sheva (pp. 255-269). Jerusalem: Keter Publishing House.  (Hebrew)

 

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Stern, E. (1979). Supply-demand and spatial interaction in the Israeli public transport market. Horizons in Geography, 4, 7-19.  (Hebrew)

 

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Stern, E. (1980). Regional systems of public transportation - A review and suggested concepts. Environmental Planning, 27, 5-17. 

 

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Stern, E. (1981). Transit services in Judea and Samaria. Geography Research Forum, 4, 15-30. 

 

Stern, E. (1982). Bus services in rural areas: A consumer's evaluation. Environment and Behavior, 14(1), 94-112. 

 

Stern, E., Tzelgov, Y., and Henik, A. (1983). Driving efforts and urban route choice. The Logistics and Transportation Review, 19(1), 67-79. 

 

Stern, E., Hayut, Y., and Gradus, Y. (1983). The Negev continental bridge: A chain in an inter-modal transport system. Geoforum, 14(4), 461-469. 

 

Stern, E., and Hayut, Y. (1984). Developmental effects of geopolitically located ports. In B. Hoyle and D. Hilling (Eds.), Seaport Systems and Spatial Change (pp. 239-257). London: Jon Willey. 

 

Stern, E. (1984). Delineating regions for transit assistance allocation. Applied Geography, 14(4), 267-281. 

 

Stern, E. (1985). The provision of transit services in the arid environment. In Y. Gradus (Ed.), Desert Development: Man and Technology in Sparselands (pp. 105-117). The Netherlands: Reidel Publishing House. 

 

Stern, E. (1985). Land transportation in Israel, Atlas of Israel. Jerusalem: Carta Press. 

Stern, E. (1985). Concepts and measures of transit service level - Review and illustrations. City and Region, 4(4), 36-47.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E. (1985). Border commuting and pirate transportation in Southern Africa. Rural Systems, 3(3), 195-206. 

 

Stern, E. (1987). Consumers preference and satisfaction from transport services in a developing region. Social Research Quarterly, 22, 33-44.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E. (1987). Public transport provision in sparsely populated arid areas. Transport Review, 7(1), 65-81. 

 

Stern, E. (1988). The behavioral approach in geography and its use in urban travel research. Horizons in Geography, 23-24, 89-112.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E., and Leiser, D. (1988). Levels of spatial knowledge and urban travel modeling. Geographical Analysis, 20(2), 140-155. 

 

Stern, E. (1988). The spatial effects of the tax policy (1981-1983) on imported cars in Israel. City and Region(18), 48-64.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E., and Bovy, P. (1989). Theory and Models of Route Choice Behavior. Delft: Delft University Press. 

 

Stern, E. (1989). Interregional filtering of a household asset: The case of automobile age mix in Israel. The Review of Regional Studies, 19(1), 31-42. 

 

Stern, E., and Zehavi, Y. (1990). Road safety and hot weather: A study in applied transport geography. Transactions: Institute of British Geographers, 15(1), 102-111. 

 

Stern, E., and Tretvik, T. (1993). Public transportation in Europe: Requiem or revival. In I. Salomon, P. Bovy, and J.P. Orfeuil (Eds.), A Billion Trips a Day: Tradition and Transition in European Travel Patterns (pp. 129-149). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

 

Stern, E. (1994). Traffic congestion and spatial planning in Israel. Environmental Planning Quarterly, 48-49, 19-31. 

 

Stern, E. (1996). Congestion response behavior in Tel-Aviv metropolitan area. In Y. Gradus and G. Liphshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 147-158). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 

 

Stern, E., Bovy, P., and Tacken, M. (1997). Traffic congestion and behavioral reactions: Policy implications exemplified for the Dutch case. In K. Butten (Ed.), Transport Networks in Europe: Concepts, Analysis and Policies (pp. 103-122). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishers. 

 

Stern, E., and Portuglali, J. (1998). Environmental cognition and decision making in urban navigation. In G.R. Golledge (Ed.), Cognitive Maps and Wayfinding by Humans (pp. 99-120): Johns Hopkins University Press. 

 

Stern, E., (1999). Reactions to Congestion Under Time Pressure. Transportation Research C, 7, 75-90.

 

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