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Serok, N., & Blumenfeld-Lieberthal, E. (2015). A Simulation Model for Intra-Urban Movements. PloS one, 10(7), e0132576.
Blokland, T., Hentschel, C., Holm, A., Lebuhn, H., & Margalit, T. (2015). Urban citizenship and right to the city: the fragmentation of claims.International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 39(4), 655-665.
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Margalit, T., & Vertes, E. (2015). Planning allocations and the stubborn north–south divide in Tel Aviv–Jaffa. Planning Theory & Practice, 16(2), 226-247.
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Ziv, N. (2015). Urban Renewal Amidst National Divides: Can Housing Development (Partially) Correct Past Injustice?. Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law Policy, 22(1).
Ziv, N. (2015)Who Will Guard the Guardians of Law? Lawyers in Israel Between the State, Market and Civil Society. Bar Ilan University Press and Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing, 2015.
Lerman, Y., & Omer, I. (2016). Urban area types and spatial distribution of pedestrians: Lessons from Tel Aviv. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 55, 11-23.
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Omer, I., & Goldblatt, R. (2015). Spatial patterns of retail activity and street network structure in new and traditional Israeli cities. Urban Geography, 1-21.
Goldblatt, R., & Omer, I. (2015). The relationship between spatial configuration and Arab minority residential patterns in Israeli mixed Cities.Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie, 106(3), 321-338.
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Works in Progress
Y. Shushan, J. Portugali, and E. Blumenfeld-Lieberthal*. Using virtual reality environments to unveil the imageability of the city, forthcoming in Computers Environments and Urban Systems
Kaspi, M., Raviv, T., & Tzur, M. (2015). Bike Sharing Systems: User Dissatisfaction in the Presence of Unusable Bicycles. Working Paper, Tel-Aviv University.
Ziv, N., Who Moved My Mouse? Technology, Online Legal Services and Professional Ethics, TAU Law Review (forthcoming, 2016).