Urban development

 

Ben-Arieh, Y. (1983). Urban development in the Holy Land, 1800-1914. In J. Pattern (Ed.), The Expanding City (pp. 1-35). Oxford. 

 

Biger, G. (1978). Garden suburb of Jerusalem – planning and development during the early British period. Cathedra, 6, 108-131. (Hebrew)

 

Biger, G. (1981). The development of the built-up area of Jerusalem in the first decade of the British period. In E. Shealtiel (ed.) Chapters in the history of Jerusalem in Modern time, (pp. 255-278). Jerusalem: Yad Ben Zvi. (Hebrew)

 

Churchman, A., and Poreh, C. (1993). Building setback and the urban residential street. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1964). Patterns in the urban development of modern Jerusalem. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 5, 223-229. 

 

Efrat, E. (1977). Le development urbain en Israel. Connaissance d'Israel, 1, 89-104.  (French)

 

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.

 

Gradus, Y., and Stern, E. (1995). Urban and regional development strategies in a desert environment: Three case studies in Israel's Negev  desert. Journal of Arid Land Studies, 55, 85-88. 

 

Har-Even, D. and Biger, G. (1987). The Makabia Stadium – A modern relict. In Y. Ben-Arieh, et al. (eds.), Research in the historical geography of Israel, (pp. 166-178). Jerusalem: Yad Ben Zvi. (Hebrew)

 

Hershkovitz, S., and Rafiah, S. (1997). Jerusalem: Urban characteristics and major trends in the city's development. Jerusalem: The Municipality of Jerusalem.

 

Katz, Y. (1986). Ideology and urban development: Zionism and the origins of Tel-Aviv, 1906-1914. Journal of Historical Geography, 12, 402-424. 

 

Khamaisi, R. (1995). The strategy for urban development in the Palestinian entity. Majallat al-Dirasat al-Filastiniyah, 25, 63-89.  (Arabic)

 

Kipnis, A. (2001). Tel-Aviv, Israel – A world city in evolution: Urban development at a deadend of global economy. Reseaech Buletine, 57, in GaWC site:  http://www.lboro.ac.uk/gawc/rb/rb57.html .

 

McCluskey, W. J., Portnov, B.A., and Deddis, W. G. (1998). Issues and problems of urban land appraisal in transitional economies. Real Estate Valuation and Investment, 3(2), 53-66.

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

 

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

 

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

 

Shachar, A. (1994). Sustainable urban development and urban planning and policies. In A. Harts-Broekhuis and O. Verkoren (Eds.), No Easy Way Out, Essays on Third World Development, Vol. 186 (pp. 136-150). Utrecht: Nederlandse Geografische. 

 

Shefer, D. (1990). Innovation, technical change and urban development: An Israeli example. In P. Nijkamp (Ed.), Sustainability of Urban Systems: A Cross National Evolutionary Analysis of Urban Innovation (pp. 167-181). London: Aldershot. 

 

Stern, E. (1986). An implementation - Scheduling model for urban development projects. Environment and Planning B, 13(1), 47-61.