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Selected List of Publications



Buchnik, T., and Frenkel A. "The Lifestyles of Coworkers in Urban Spaces" European Planning Studies. DOI: 10.1080/09654313.2021.1950641. 2021.


Israel, E., and Frenkel, A. "Justice and Regional Inequality—A Socio-Spatial Analysis. Geoforum, 110: 1-13. 2020.


Israel, E., and Frenkel, A. "Social Justice and Spatial inequality—Toward a Conceptual Framework of a Region’s Capital Resources and Capabilities." Progress in Human Geography, 42 (5): 647-665. 2018.


Frenkel, A. and Israel, E. “Spatial Inequality in the Context of City-Suburb Cleavages – Enlarging the Framework of Well-being and Social Inequality” Landscape and Urban Planning, 177: 328-339. 2018.


Frenkel, A. and Leck, E. "Spatial Aspects of Education-Job Matching and Job Selection in Israel." Regional Studies, 51(7): 1063-1076. 2017.


Frenkel, A. and Porat, I. “An Integrative Spatial Capital-Based Model for Strategic Local Planning – The Israeli Case”, Accepted for publication in: Planning Practice and Planning, 32(2): 171-196, 2017.


Cukier, D., Kon, F., Maital, S. and Frenkel, A. “Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the São Paulo Metropolis” SSRN,, 2016.


Israel, E., and Frenkel, A. "The Distribution of Capital Forms Between Cities and Suburbs and Their Impact on Social Justice in Space." Urban Geography, 36(4): 578-607, 2015.


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.


Frenkel, A. and Kaplan, S. "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, 8(3): 233-251, 2015.


Frenkel, A., Israel, E. and Maital, S. "The Evolution of Innovation Network and Spin off Entrepreneurship: The Case of RAD." European Planning Studies, 23(8): 1646-1670, 2015.


Orenstein, D. E., Frenkel, A. and Jahshanb, F. Methodology Matters: Measuring Urban Spatial Development Using Alternative Methodologies. Environment and Planning B 41: 3-23, 2014. 


Frenkel, A., Bendit, E., and Kaplan, S. 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. 


Frenkel, A., Bendit, E., and Kaplan, S. Residential location choice of knowledge-workers: The role of amenities, workplace and lifestyle. Cities, 35: 33-41. 2013.


Frenkel, A., Bendit, E., and Kaplan, S. 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. 2013.


Frenkel, A., and Orenstein, D. E. 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. 2012.


Frenkel, A. High-Tech Firms' Location Considerations within the Metropolitan Region and the Impact of Their Development Stages, European Planning Studies, 20(2): 231-255. 2012.


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


Porat, I., Shoshany, M., Frenkel, A. 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. 2011. 


Porat, I., Shoshany, M., Frenkel, A. Residential and Non-residential Construction Initiations in Tel Aviv: Autocorrelation Analysis of Urban Structure Evolution. Environment and Planning B 35(3):535-551. 2008. 


Frenkel, A., Shefer, D., Miller, M. Public vs. Private Technological Incubator Programs: Privatizing the Technological Incubators in Israel. European Planning Studies, 16(2): 189-210. 2008.


Frenkel, A. and Ashkenazi, M. The Integrated Sprawl Index: Measuring the Urban Landscape in Israel. The Annals of Regional Science, 42(1):99-121. 2008.


Frenkel, A. and Ashkenazi, M. Measuring Urban Sprawl; How Can We Deal With It? Environment and Planning B 35(1):56-79. 2008.


Frenkel, A. Spatial Distribution of High-Rise Buildings within Urban Areas: The Case of the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Region. Urban Studies 44(10):1973-1996, 2007.


Rosenbaum, B., Ardetz, M., Getz, G., Shefer, D., Frenkel, A., and Stone, H. Israel’s Nanotechnology Research Landscape:  A Survey of Israeli Nanotechnology Capabilities and Technology Transfer Policies, Nanotechnology Law and Business, 4(1), pp. 675-694. 2007.


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


21. Frenkel, A. A Land-Consumption Model: Its Application to Israel’s Future Spatial Development. Journal of the American Planning Association 70(4):453-470. 2004.


22. Frenkel, A. Using Land Use Patterns in the Classification of Cities: The Israeli Case." Environment and Planning B 31(5):711-730. 2004.


23. Frenkel, A. 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. 2004.


 24.  Kaufmann, D., Schwartz, D., Frenkel, A. and Shefer, D. The Role of Location and Regional Networks for Biotechnology Firms in Israel, European Planning Studies, Special Issue: Biotechnology Clusters and Beyond, 11(7): 823-840. 2003.


25.  Frenkel, A. Barriers and Limitations in the Development of Industrial Innovation in the Region, European Planning Studies 11(2):115-137. 2003.


26.  Frenkel, A., Shefer, D., Roper, S. 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. 2003.


27.  Frenkel, A., Shefer, D., Koschatzky, K., Walter, G.H. Firms Characteristics, Location and Regional Innovation: A Comparison between Israeli and German Plants, Regional Studies, Vol. 35(5):  415-429. 2001.


28.  Frenkel, A. Why High Technology Firms Choose to Locate in or near Metropolitan Areas, Urban Studies, 38(7): 1083-1101. 2001.


29.  Roper, S., Frenkel, A. Different Paths to Success? The Growth of the Electronics Sector in Ireland and Israel, Environment and Planning C, 18(6): 651-665. 2000.


30.  Frenkel, A. Can Regional Policy Affect Firms' Innovation Potential in Lagging Regions? The Annals of Regional Science, 34(3): 315-341. 2000.


31. Shefer, D., Frenkel, A. Local Milieu and Innovativness: Some Empirical Results, The Annals of Regional Science, 32: 185-200. 1998.

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