Selected List of Publications



1. Frenkel, A., Maital, S., Leck, E., Israel, E. (2015) Demand-Driven Innovation: An Integrative Systems-Based Review of 


the Literature. In press. International Journal of Innovation and Technology management, 2(2): DOI: 


10.1142/S021987701550008X, 2015


2. Israel, E., and Frenkel, A.(2014). The Distribution of Capital Forms Between Cities and Suburbs and Their Impact on 


Social Justice in Space. Accepted for publication in: Urban Geography, 2014. 


3. Frenkel, A., Israel, E. and Maital, S.(2014). The Evolution of Innovation Network and Spin off  Entrepreneurship: The 


Case of RAD. Accepted for publication in: European Planning Studies, 2014.


4. Frenkel, A. and Sigal, K. (2014) The Joint Choice of Tenure, Dwelling Type, Size and Location: The Effect of Home-


Oriented versus Culture-Oriented Lifestyle. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences 'Online First' on SpringerLink: 


5. Orenstein, D. E., Frenkel, A. and Jahshanb, F. (2014) Methodology Matters: Measuring Urban Spatial Development 


Using Alternative Methodologies. Environment and Planning B 41: 3-23, 2014. 


6. Frenkel, A., Bendit, E., and Kaplan, S. (2014). Knowledge-Cities and Transport Sustainability: The Link between the 


Travel Behavior of Knowledge-Workers and Car-Related Job-Perks. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 


8 (3): 225-247, 2014. 


7. Frenkel, A., Bendit, E., and Kaplan, S. (2013), Residential location choice of knowledge-workers: The role of amenities, 


workplace and lifestyle. Cities, 35: 33-41.


8.   Frenkel, A., Bendit, E., and Kaplan, S. (2013), The Linkage between the Lifestyle of Knowledge-Workers and Their Intra-


Metropolitan Residential Choice: A clustering approach based on self-organizing maps. Computers, Environment and 


Urban Systems, 39: 151-161.


 9.   Frenkel, A., and Orenstein, D. E. (2012) Can Urban Growth Management Work in an Era of Political and Economic 


Change? International Lessons from Israel, Journal of the American Planning Association, 78(1): 16-33.


10.  Frenkel, A. (2012). High-Tech Firms' Location Considerations within the Metropolitan Region and the Impact of Their 


Development Stages, European Planning Studies, 20(2): 231-255.


11. Frenkel, A. (2012). High-Tech Firms' Location Considerations within the Metropolitan Region and the Impact of Their 


Development Stages, European Planning Studies 20(2):231-255.


12.   Frenkel, A. (2012). Intra-Metropolitan Competition for Attracting High-Tech Firms. Regional Studies, 46(6): 723-740.


13. Porat, I., Shoshany, M., Frenkel, A. (2011). Two Phase Temporal-Spatial Autocorrelation of Urban Patterns: Revealing 


Focal Areas of Re-Urbanization in Tel Aviv-Yafo. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 5(2):137-155.  


14. Porat, I., Shoshany, M., Frenkel, A. (2008). Residential and Non-residential Construction Initiations in Tel Aviv: 


Autocorrelation Analysis of Urban Structure Evolution. Environment and Planning B 35(3):535-551.  


15.  Frenkel, A., Shefer, D., Miller, M. (2008). Public vs. Private Technological Incubator Programs: Privatizing the 


Technological Incubators in Israel. European Planning Studies, 16(2): 189-210.


16. Frenkel, A. and Ashkenazi, M. (2008). The Integrated Sprawl Index: Measuring the Urban Landscape in Israel. The 


Annals of Regional Science, 42(1):99-121. 


17. Frenkel, A. and Ashkenazi, M. (2008). Measuring Urban Sprawl; How Can We Deal With It? Environment and Planning B 




18. Frenkel, A. (2007). Spatial Distribution of High-Rise Buildings within Urban Areas: The Case of the Tel Aviv Metropolitan 


Region. Urban Studies 44(10):1973-1996, 2007.


19.  Rosenbaum, B., Ardetz, M., Getz, G., Shefer, D., Frenkel, A., and Stone, H. (2007). Israel’s Nanotechnology Research 


Landscape:  A Survey of Israeli Nanotechnology Capabilities and Technology Transfer Policies, Nanotechnology Law 


and Business, 4(1), pp. 675-694.


20.  Shefer, D., Frenkel, A. (2005). R&D, Firm Size and Innovation: An Empirical Analysis, Technovation. 25, pp. 25-32.


21. Frenkel, A. (2004). A Land-Consumption Model: Its Application to Israel’s Future Spatial Development. Journal of the 


American Planning Association 70(4):453-470. 


22. Frenkel, A. (2004). Using Land Use Patterns in the Classification of Cities: The Israeli Case." Environment and Planning 


B 31(5):711-730. 


23. Frenkel, A.(2004). The Potential Effect of National Growth-Management Policy on Urban Sprawl and the Depletion of 


Open Spaces and Farmland. Land Use Policy 21(4):357-369.


 24.  Kaufmann, D., Schwartz, D., Frenkel, A. and Shefer, D. (2003). The Role of Location and Regional Networks for 


Biotechnology Firms in Israel, European Planning Studies, Special Issue: Biotechnology Clusters and Beyond, 11(7): 




25.  Frenkel, A. (2003). Barriers and Limitations in the Development of Industrial Innovation in the Region, European 


Planning Studies 11(2):115-137.


26.  Frenkel, A., Shefer, D., Roper, S. (2003). Public Policy, Locational Choice and the Innovation Capability of High-tech 


Firms: A Comparison between Israel and Ireland, Papers in Regional Science, 82(2): 203-221.


27.  Frenkel, A., Shefer, D., Koschatzky, K., Walter, G.H. (2001). Firms Characteristics, Location and Regional Innovation: A 


Comparison between Israeli and German Plants, Regional Studies, Vol. 35(5):  415-429.


28.  Frenkel, A. (2001). Why High Technology Firms Choose to Locate in or near Metropolitan Areas, Urban Studies, 38(7): 




29.  Roper, S., Frenkel, A. (2000). Different Paths to Success? The Growth of the Electronics Sector in Ireland and Israel, 


Environment and Planning C, 18(6): 651-665.


30.  Frenkel, A. (2000). Can Regional Policy Affect Firms' Innovation Potential in Lagging Regions? The Annals of Regional 


Science, 34(3): 315-341.


31. Shefer, D., Frenkel, A. (1998). Local Milieu and Innovativness: Some Empirical Results, The Annals of Regional Science, 


32: 185-200.