Urban geography



Alexander, I., and Yiftachel, O. (1997). Sacred site or sacred cow? Urban development and racial politics in Australia. Progress in Planning, 46, 33-49. 


Alperovitch, G. (1982). Alternative opportunities and intra-urban migration. Applied Economics, 14(2), 139-151. 


Alperovitch, G. (1983). Determinants of urban population density functions: A procedure for efficient estimates. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 13(2), 287-295. 


Alperovitch, G. (1984). Intraurban residential location: A simultaneous equations model. Atlantic Economic Journal, 12, 32-40. 


Alperovitch, G. (1985). Urban spatial structure and income: New estimates. Journal of Urban Economics, 18(3), 278-290. 


Alperovitch, G., and Katz, E. (1985). Rent gradient under uncertainty. Urban Studies, 22(3), 257-261. 


Alperovitch, G., and Katz, E. (1988). The location decision and employment suburbanization. Urban Studies, 25(3), 243-247. 


Alperovitch, G., and Deutsch, J. (1994). Joint estimation of population density functions and the location of the central business district. Journal of Urban Economics, 36, 239-248. 


Alperovitch, G., and Deutsch, J. (1995). The size distribution of urban areas: Testing for the appropriateness of the Pareto distribution using a generalized box-cox transformation function. Journal of Regional Science, 35(2), 267-276. 


Alperovitch, G. (1995). The effectiveness of spline urban density functions: An empirical investigation. Urban Studies, 32(9), 1527-1548. 


Alperovitch, G., and Deutsch, J. (1996). Urban structure with two coexisting and almost completely segregated populations: The case of East and West Jerusalem. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 26(2), 171-187. 


Amir, S., and Carmon, N. (1996). New immigrants in an old city center: Transitory station or urban revitalization? Horizons in Geography, 44-45, 7-25.  (Hebrew)


Amiran, D.H.K., and Shachar, A. (1961). The towns of Israel: The principles of their urban geography. Geographical Review, 51, 348-369. 


Amiran, D.H.K., and Shachar, A. (1964). The urban geography of Dimona. Eretz-Israel, 4, 55-75.  (Hebrew)


Amiran, D.H.K., and Shachar, A. (1965). The urban geography of Ofakim. Eretz-Israel, 5, 150-167.  (Hebrew)


Amiran, D.H.K., Shachar, A., and Kimhi, I. (1973). Urban geography of Jerusalem: A Companion Volume to the Atlas of Jerusalem (pp. 173). Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter.


Amiran, D.H.K., and Shachar, A. (1973). Urban Geography of Jerusalem (pp. 173). New York, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.


Andan, O., atalon, B. and Reichman, S. (1983). Mobility behavior and urban structure: an empirical study. In J. Golob and A. Ruhl (Eds.), Transport and Social Well-Being, (pp. 132-148). The Hague : Introductory Papers, Ministry of  Transport.


Andan, O., Matalon, B. and Reichman, S. (1983). Les effects de la structure urbaine sur les comportements de mobilite. In J. Golob and A. Ruhl. In J. Golob and A. Ruhl (Eds.), Transport and Social Well-Being, (pp. 9-38). The Hague : Introductory Papers, Ministry of  Transport. Annexe Francaise.


Bar-El, R., Schwartz, D., and Avraham, M. (1991). Urban growth centers in the Galilee. A strategy for aliyah absorption and Galilee regional development. Rehovot: Development Study Center, Department of Renewal and development of the Jewish Agency. (Hebrew)


Bar-Gal, Y., and Soffer, A. (1976). Urban elements in non-Jewish villages in Northern Israel. In D.H.K. Amiran and Y. Ben-Arieh (Eds.), Geography in Israel (pp. 275-296). Jerusalem: IGU - The Israel National Committee. 


Bar-Gal, Y. (1982). The experience of urban landscape - From Jaffa to Tel-Aviv. Horizons in Geography, 5, 73-80.  (Hebrew)


Bar-Gal, Y. (1982). Villages under urban siege. Ekistics, 50, 9-13. 


Bar-Gal, Y. (1987). Social pluralism and the urban fringe: The Israeli case. In C.S. Yadav (Ed.), Perspectives in Urban Geography, Vol. 9 (pp. 41-53). New Delhi: Rural Urban Fringe. 


Bar-Gal, Y. (1989). Cultural-geographical aspects of street names in the towns of Israel. Names, 37, 329-344. 


Bar-Gal, Y. (1992). Pioneering urban geography: Haifa according to I. Schattner, 1937. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 133-140.  (Hebrew)


Baron, M., Carmon, N., and Ben-Zion, U. (1990). Evaluating the impact of project renewal on the reduction of socio-economic disparities in Israel. Economic Quarterly, 41(143), 440-471.  (Hebrew)


Van den Berg, L.M., Grossman, D., and Ajaegbu, H.I. (1998). Small scale market gardeners around Jos, Nigeria. In K. Aoyagi, P.J.M. Nas, and J.W. Traphagan (Eds.), Towards Sustainable Cities: Readings in Anthropology of Urban Environments, Vol. 15 (pp. 71-84). Leiden: University of Leiden. 


Ben-Artzi, Y., Kipnis, B. and Soffer, A. (1980). Atlas of Haifa and the Carmel, Haifa: Haifa University Press.


Bexley, Y., Ginsberg, Y., Pohoryles, S., Szesking, A., and Zarchi, S. (1960). Urban-Rural Relations in Israel: Social and Economical Aspects. Rehovot: Keter Publishing House.  (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1986). Urban hierarchy of British Palestine. Research in the geography of Israel, 12, 87-108. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1989). The buildings of Jerusalem during the British Mandate period. In H. Lavski, (ed.) Jerusalem in the Zionist Ideology and activities, (pp. 183-215). Jerusalem: Yad Ben Zvi. (Hebrew)


Carmon, N., and Hill, M. (1981). Neighborhood deterioration and rehabilitation: The Israeli experience. International Technical Cooperation Centre Review, 10(1), 40-49.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N., and Hill, M. (1984). Project renewal: An Israeli experiment in neighborhood rehabilitation. Habitat International, 8(2), 117-132. 


Carmon, N. (1986). Project renewal - Integrating physical and social rehabilitation. Mivnim, 50, 26-32.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N. (1987). Residents' attitudes towards their neighborhoods in project renewal areas. Environmental Planning, 36, 18-32.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N. (1988). Planned social change: An evaluation. Megamot, 31(3-4), 299-321.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N., and Hill, M. (1988). Neighborhood rehabilitation without relocation or gentrification. Journal of the American Planning Association, 54(4), 470-481. 


Carmon, N. (1989). Project Renewal - Evaluation of Social and Physical Outcomes. Haifa: Neaman Books.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N. (1990). Long-range impacts of neighborhood rehabilitation. Architecture in Israel, 6, 20-32.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N. (1990). Neighborhood Policy and Programs - Past and Present (pp. 257). London: MacMillan Press.


Carmon, N., and Baron, M. (1994). Reducing inequality by means of neighborhood rehabilitation: An Israeli experience and its lessons. Urban Studies, 31(9), 1465-1479. 


Carmon, N. (1995). Three generations of neighborhood regeneration in western countries and Tel-Aviv: Analysis by the stories of Neve Eliezer, HaTikva and Florentin. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)


Carmon, N. (1996). Israel Project Renewal, 1978-1995: An Annotated Bibliography. Haifa: Neaman Books.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N., Meiron-Pistiner, S., and Shamir, U. (1997). Water-sensitive urban planning: Protecting groundwater. Environmental Planning, 40, 413-434.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N., and Shamir, U. (1997). Water-sensitive urban planning: Protecting groundwater. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion.


Carmon, N. (1997). Urban regeneration: Three generations of policy and application in Tel-Aviv neighborhoods. In D. Nachmias and G. Menahem (Eds.), Tel-Aviv-Jafa Studies - Social Processes and Public Policy. Tel-Aviv: Ramot.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N. (1998). Neighborhood regeneration: The state of the art. Journal of Planning, Education and Research, 17(2), 131-144. 


Carmon, N., and Amir, S. (1998). Immigrants as carriers of urban regeneration: International evidence and an Israeli case study. International Planning Studies, 3(2), 207-225. 


Churchman, A. (1980). Children in urban environments: The Israeli experience. Ekistics, 281, 5-109. 


Churchman, A. (1992). Women and urban quality of life. Journal de Psicologia, 10(3), 3-9.  (Portuguese)


Churchman, A. (1994). A differentiated perspective on urban quality of life: Women, children and the elderly. City and Region, 23, 151-165.  (Hebrew)


Efrat, E. (1979). Elements of Urban Geography. Tel-Aviv: Achiasaf.  (Hebrew)


Efrat, E. (1979). Una revalutazione geografica della distribuzione urbana in Israel. Piano, 97-132.  (Italian)


Efrat, E. (1991). Rural and urban construction versus the protection of agricultural land. Environmental Planning, 44-45, 59-68.  (Hebrew)


Erez, T., and Carmon, N. (1996). Urban Revitalization: An International Literature Survey and the Case of Florentin in Tel-Aviv. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies.  (Hebrew)


Felsenstein, D. (1991). The science park as an urban growth factor in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 73-86.  (Hebrew)


Felsenstein, D. (1996). Spatial economic policy for urbanized areas in Israel 2020. Haifa: Technion. (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)


Ginsburg, N.S., and Gonen, A. (1961). The census of industry and crafts in Tel-Aviv, Jaffa, 1962. Jerusalem: The Department of Geography, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. (Hebrew)


Golan, A. (1999). Zionism, urbanism, and the 1948 wartime transformation of the Arab urban system in Palestine., Historical Geography, 27, 152-166.


Gonen, A. (1970). Factors in the development of the geographic distribution of manufacturing in Tel-Aviv. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 7, 64-95.  (Hebrew)


Gonen, A. (1972). The influence of production conditions and commercial linkages on the location of manufacturing in the metropolitan core of Tel-Aviv. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 8, 42-64.  (Hebrew)


Gonen, A. (1972). The role of high growth rates and of public housing agencies in shaping the spatial structure of Israeli towns. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 63, 402-410. 


Gonen, A., and Hasson, S. (1974). A centripetal pattern of intra-urban mobility in Israeli medium-sized towns. Geografiska Annaler, 56B(3), 144-151. 


Gonen, A., and Feldman, S. (1975). The spatio-temporal pricing of some urban public services: Urban ecology, equity and efficiency. Environment and Planning A, 7, 315-323. 


Gonen, A. (1976). The suburban mosaic in Israel. In D.H.K. Amiran and Y. Ben-Arieh (Eds.), Geography in Israel (pp. 163-186). Jerusalem: The Israel National Committee, International geographic Union. 


Gonen, A. (1977). Residential patterns of the middle class in the metropolitan region of Tel-Aviv. Nofim, 9-10, 171-178.  (Hebrew)


Gonen, A., and Sonis, M. (1979). The geography of age structure in metropolitan Tel-Aviv. Jerusalem: Brookdale Institute of Gerontology and Human Development. (English and Hebrew)


Gonen, A. (1982). The geographical organization of the city of Netanya: Core versus periphery. In A. Shmueli and M. Brawer (Eds.), Netanya (pp. 243-263). Tel-Aviv: Am Oved.  (Hebrew)


Gonen, A. (1991). Gentrification of neighborhoods in the cities of Israel. Eretz-Israel, 22, 61-65.  (Hebrew)


Gonen, A. (1995). Between the City and the Suburb: Urban and Residential Patterns and Processes in Israel. Avebury: Aldershot. 


Gradus, Y. (1976). Factorial ecology in a controlled urban system. Geographiska Annaler, 5B, 59-66. 


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


Gradus, Y. (1978). Beer Sheva - Capital of the Negev Desert: Functional and Internal Structure. GeoJournal, 2, 521-532. 


Gradus, Y. (1979). The system and structure of new towns in the Negev desert. In Y. Gradus and A. Shmueli (Eds.), Land of the Negev, Man and Desert (pp. 539-543). Tel-Aviv: Ministry of Defense Publishing House.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y. (1979). Function and internal structure of the city of Beer Sheva. In Y. Gradus and A. Shmueli (Eds.), Land of the Negev, Man and Desert (pp. 544-556). Tel-Aviv: Ministry of Defense Publishing House.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y. (1979). The evolution of urban planning concepts in Beer Sheva. In Y. Gradus and E. Stern (Eds.), Beer Sheva (pp. 309-314). Jerusalem: Keter Publishing.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y., and Stern, E. (1980). Beer Sheva. Jerusalem: Keter Publishing.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y., and Stern, E. (1981). Regional strategies and the evolution of the Negev urban system. In L. Berkofsky, D. Famman, and J. Gale (Eds.), Settling the Desert (pp. 203-212). New York: Gordon and Breach Scientific Publishers. 


Gradus, Y. (1985). Urban planning in Beer Sheva 1900-1960, Settling the Negev, Vol. 6 (pp. 167-177).  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y. (1985). Beer Sheva, The Israel Atlas (pp. 36). Jerusalem: Department of Surveying. 


Gradus, Y., Levinson, E., and Newman, D. (1993). Changes in the Negev's urban settlements 1989-1991. Beer Sheva: Negev Center for Regional Development.  (Hebrew)


Gradus, Y. (1996). Changing approaches in urban and regional development in Beer Sheva and its surrounding towns. Ecology and Environment, 3, 255-260.  (Hebrew)


Grossman, D., and Safrai, Z. (1990). The roads of the Sharon. In D. Grossman, A. Degani, and A. Shmueli (Eds.), Hasharon - Between Yarkon and Carmel (pp. 249-261). Tel-Aviv: Misrad Habitachon.  (Hebrew)


Hedgcock, D., and Yiftachel, O. (1992). Introduction: Planning and planners in Western Australia: Historical context. In D. Hedgcock and O. Yiftachel (Eds.), Urban and Regional Planning in Western Australia: Historical and Critical Perspectives (pp. 1-17). Perth: Paradigm Press. 


Hiller, J., Yiftachel, O., and Betham, M. (1991). Urban consolidation: The evolving debate. Urban Policy and Research, 10(2), 78-82. 


Kark, R. (1978). The traditional Middle Eastern city: The cases of Jerusalem and Jaffa during the nineteenth century. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 10, 75-95.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1980). Geographical Aspects in the Ideology of Yehoshua Hankin. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 11, 101-113.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1980). Jewish Community in Jaffa at the end of the late Ottoman Period. Cathedra, 16, 13-24.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1981). The rise of Jaffa as the social and cultural center of the new Jewish settlement in Palestine. In M. Eliav (Ed.), The First Aliyah Book, Vol. 3 (pp. 212-235). Jerusalem: Yad-Izhak Ben-Zvi.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1983). Jaffa in transition from village to city: Change in the urban patterns. In D. Grossman (Ed.), Between the Yarkon and Ayalon (pp. 105-124). Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1984). Conceptual models of developing pre-industrial cities: An examination of their applicability to 19th century Palestine. Geography Research Forum, 7, 18-27. 


Kark, R. (1988). Cartographic sources for the study of Jaffa from the Napoleonic siege until the British conquest. Cartographic Journal, 25, 37-49. 


Kark, R. (1990). The decline and rise of the coastal towns in Palestine 1800-1914. In B.Z. Kedar, T. Dothan, and S. Safrai (Eds.), Commerce in Palestine Through the Ages, Studies (pp. 324-337). Jerusalem: Yad-Izhak Ben-Zvi. 


Kark, R., and Oren-Nordheim, N. (1996). Colonial cities in Palestine? Jerusalem under the British Mandate. Israel Affairs, 3, 50-94. 


Karmon, Y. (1972). Urbanization in Nigeria. African and Asian Studies, 8, 319-332. 


Karmon, Y. (1975). Changes in the urban geography of Hebron during the nineteenth century. In M. Maoz (Ed.), Studies on Palestine during the Ottoman Period (pp. 70-86). Jerusalem. 


Katz, Y. (1980). Plans for establishing garden cities in Eretz Israel during the second decade of the 20th century. Cathedra, 15, 198-200.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1981). A Town is Born (pp. 160). Tel-Aviv: Ministry of Defense. (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1983). The founding and beginning of Herzlia neighborhood: The first Hebrew neighborhood on Mt. Carmel. Horizons in Geography, 9, 49-57.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1985). "Achuzat Bait" association 1906-1909: Laying the foundations for Tel-Aviv. Cathedra, 33, 161-191.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1986). The origins of modern Tiberias: Efforts to establish Jewish neighborhoods outside the walls of Tiberias after the beginning of the 20th century. Mituv Teviryah, 4, 23-30.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1991). Central characteristics in the establishment and the development of the neighborhoods founded by pioneering Jewish building companies in Jerusalem: Mishkenot Israel neighborhood, 1875-1914, Historical Geographic Studies in the Settlement of Eretz Israel, Vol. 2 (pp. 108-132). Jerusalem: Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi Press.  (Hebrew)


Kaufman, B.J., and Carmon, N. (1987). Selection of target neighborhoods for urban revitalization. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)


Kaufman, J.B., and Carmon, N. (1992). Encouraging residential revitalization: A method for the selection of target neighborhoods. Journal of Architecture and Planning Research, 9(1), 1-18. 


Kellerman, A. (1983). The suburbanization of retail trade: The Israeli case. Area, 15, 219-222. 


Kellerman, A. (1985). The suburbanization of retail trade: A U.S. nationwide view. Geoforum, 16, 15-23. 


Kellerman, A., and Krakover, S. (1986). Multi-sectoral urban growth in space and time: An empirical approach. Regional Studies, 20, 117-129. 


Kellerman, A. (1991). The decycling of time and the reorganization of urban space. Cultural Dynamics, 4, 38-54. 


Khamaisi, R., and Gonen, A. (1993). Towards a policy of urbanization poles for the Arab population in Israel. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (Hebrew)


Khamaisi, R. (1999). Urban strategy for strengthening of national development in the new State of Palestine. Urban Geography, 20(2), 168-187. 


Khamaisi, R. (in press). Variance in rehabilitation of the Arab localities undergoing an urbanization process. Horizons in Geography.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B., and Soen, D. (1971). The functioning of the N.A.M. cities. Environmental Planning, 15, 1-20.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B., and Shalom, S. (1972). Urbanization processes in the kibbutz. Environmental Planning, 21-22, 9-22.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B. (1976). Applications of the Reilly Retail Gravity model in delimiting urban markets areas for planning. International Technical Cooperation Centre Review, 5, 49-55. 


Kipnis, B. (1977). The impact of factory size on urban growth and development. Economic Geography, 53(3), 295-302. 


Kipnis, B. (1977). Center hinterland interrelationships in a nodal region, an input-output analysis. Urban Studies, 14, 347-351. 


Kipnis, B. (1977). Center hinterland interrelationships and urban growth. Horizons in Geography, 3, 71-84.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B. (1978). The potential for urban and housing development at the eastern hill edge of Israel's coastal plain. Haifa: Applied Research Institute, The University of Haifa.


Kipnis, B. (1982). How should we prepare for megalopolitan processes in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 6, 49-64.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B. (1984). Plant scale and urban growth. Urban Studies, 21, 53-61. 


Kipnis, B. (1984). Minority perceptions of housing needs and their rational planning of a housing aid policy: The case study of urbanizing Arab villages in Israel. Applied Geography, 4(2), 135-149. 


Kipnis, B., and Soffer, A. (1985). Haifa - Urban geography, Atlas of Israel (pp. 32-33). Israel Survey Division, Tel-Aviv.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B. (1989). Untimely metropolitan-Field "rurban" development, rural renaissance as a geopolitical process in Israel. Geography Research Forum, 9, 45-66. 


Kipnis, B., and Aspis, Y. (1991). Neighborhood services in urbanizing Arab settlements in Israel: Application of the value stretch model for social policy planning. Haifa: University of Haifa, Haifa and Galilee Research Institute. (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B., and Aspis, Y. (1991). Neighborhood services in the urbanizing Arab village of Israel. Defining needs by means of the value stretch model. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 103-118.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B. (1996). The Eastern Mediterranean megalopolis: A backbone of a peaceful Middle East. The Middle East Forum, 1, 129-147. 


Kipnis, B. (1997). Dynamics and potentials of Israel's megalopolitan processes. Urban Studies, 34(3), 589-591. 


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. (1980). Toward an understanding of the urban field concept - a review. Geography Research Forum, 2, 35-46. 


Krakover, S. (1981). The urban field concept, its definition and meaning. Karka, 20, 43-45.  (Hebrew)


Krakover, S. (1984). Considerations for adding a bottom rung to the urban settlements system in Israel. In A. Roseman (Ed.), Human Settlement and Regional Development (pp. 66-76). Jerusalem: Keter 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. (1986). Socio-demographic characteristics. In E. Stern et. al. (Ed.), The Atlas of the Negev (pp. 27-30). Jerusalem: Keter Publishing House.  (Hebrew)


Krakover, S. (1987). The role of Qiryat Gat in Israel's urban system. In E. Stern and D. Urman (Eds.), Man and Environment in the Southern Shefelah (pp. 234-241). Givataim: Massada Press.  (Hebrew)


Krakover, S. (1987). Clusters of cities versus city region in regional planning. Environment and Planning A, 17, 1375-86. 


Krakover, S. (1989). Social ecology of medium-size cities: The case of Ashquelon and Rehovot. Merhavim, 3, 103-123.  (Hebrew)


Krakover, S. (1990). The role of Ashquelon in Israel's urban system along the twentieth century. In D. Appell (Ed.), Book of Ashquelon (pp. 16-25). Tel-Aviv: Orthograph Press.  (Hebrew)


Krakover, S., and Kellerman, A. (1990). Urban decentralization: A redefinition applied to the urban field of Chicago. Geography Research Forum, 10, 51-67. 


Krakover, S., and Morrill, R.L. (1992). Long wave spatial and economic inter-relationships in urban development. In J.P. Jones and E. Casetti (Eds.), Applications of the Expansion Method (pp. 161-184). London: Routeledge. 


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


Krakover, S. (1998). Testing the turning point hypothesis in city-size distribution. Urban Studies, 35(2), 2183-2196. 


Krakover, S. (1998). Population dispersion as reflected in the national urban system. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 16, 255-271.  (Hebrew)


Krakover, S. (forthcoming). Urban settlement program and land dispute resolution: The state of Israel versus the Negev Bedouin. GeoJournal. 


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


Meir, A., and Stern, E. (1989). International Aspects of Rural and Urban Metropolitan Systems, Geography Research Forum, Vol. 9 (pp. 185). New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.


Meiron-Pistiner, S., Carmon, N., and Shamir, U. (1996). Towards Water Sensitive Urban Planning. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies.  (Hebrew)


Newman, D., and Applebaum, L. (1989). Defining the rurban settlement: Planning models and functional realities in Israel. Urban Geography, 10(3), 281-295. 


Newman, D., and Applebaum, L. (1992). Recent exurbanisation in Israel. In Y. Golani and M. Garon (Eds.), Planning and Housing in Israel in the Wake of Rapid Changes (pp. 313-321). Jerusalem: Ministry of Interior. 


Portugali, J. (1986). The urban employment field for the Arab workers of Tel-Aviv. Horizons in Geography, 17-18, 25-48.  (Hebrew)


Portugali, J., and Benenson, I. (1994). Competing order parameters in a self-organizing city. In G.O. Braun (Ed.), Managing and Marketing of Urban Developments and Urban Life (pp. 669-681). Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag. 


Portugali, J., and Benenson, I. (1995). Artificial planning experience by means of a heuristic cell-space model: Stimulating international migration in the urban process. Environment and Planning A, 27, 1647-1665. 


Razin, E. (1998). Policies to control urban sprawl: Planning regulations or changes in the "rules of the game". Urban Studies, 35, 321-34. 


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


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


Romann, M. (1979). Jerusalem since 1967: A profile of a reunited city. GeoJournal, 1, 479-488. 


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Shachar, A. (1986). Urban ecology of the Israeli metropolitan areas. In U. Schmelz (Ed.), Studies in the Population of Israel (pp. 384-414). Jerusalem: The Magness Press. 


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


Shachar, A. (1997). Economic globalization and urban dynamics. In F. Moulaert and A. Scott (Eds.), Cities, Enterprises and Society on the Eve of the 21st Century (pp. 18-32). London: Pinter. 


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Shefer, D. (1994). Congestion, air pollution and road safety in urban areas. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 26(4), 501-509. 


Shefer, D., and Nijkamp, P. (1998). Urban transport externalities and pigouvian taxes: A network approach. In K.J. Button and E.T. Verhoef (Eds.), Road Pricing, Traffic Congestion and the Environment: Issues of Efficiency and Social Feasibility (pp. 171-189). 


Shoam, S., Hershkovitz, S., and Metzer, D. (1990). Distribution of libraries in an urban space and its effects on their use: The case of Tel-Aviv. Library and Information Science Research, 12(2), 167-182. 


Sinuany-Stern, Z., and Stern, E. (1993). The role of traffic factors and route choice behavior in simulating urban evacuation. Socioeconomic Planning, 27, 97-108. 


Sinuany-Stern, Z., Stern, E., Sfaradi, Z., and Holm, E. (1997). The effect of information on commuters' behavior: A comparative micro-simulation approach. European Journal of Operation Research, 96, 455-470. 


Sofer, M. (1982). Netanya: A central place in the Sharon district. In A. Shmueli (Ed.), The Book of Netanya (pp. 217-233). Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University. 


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