Books

Books (Hebrew)

Back from the Dead? National Outline Plan No. 38, Value Capture, and Perceptions of Stakeholders: An Evaluation Report. Haifa: The Technion
Nir Mualam, Eyal Salinger, & Sarah Goldberg (2020).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Allocations of Public Services in Mixed Use Development. Haifa: The Center for Urban & Regional Studies
Nir Mualam, Eyal Salinger & Gal Neuhaus (2019).

Key findings from this publication were presented before the Israeli Parliament in August 2018 as part of discussions about a newly proposed government bill.

This publication was cited by the National Real Estate Appraisal Board (Case No. 429-116-2019).

 

Forever Young? The Maintenance of High-Rise Housing Estates in Israel: Towards a Comprehensive Policy Framework. Haifa: The Center for Urban & Regional Studies
Nir Mualam (2018).

This publication was cited and was the basis for a report by Israel’s Ministry of Housing and Construction on High-Rise Urbanism (December 2017).

 

 

 

Affordable Housing in Israel: Legal Aspects. Haifa: The Center for Urban & Regional Studies
Nir Mualam & Rachelle Alterman (2013).  (In Hebrew).

 

 

 

 

 

Statutory Planning Tools for the Provision of Affordable Housing. The Technion
Rachelle Alteman, Emily Silverman and Haim Fialkoff, with Michal Yukle and Nir Mualam (2009).  (In Hebrew).

 

Chapters in Books (English)

  1. Nir Mualam. “Tracing the Effectiveness of Land Use Regulation: The Case of Heritage Protection Measures, Flexibility and Adaptations”. Chapter in Ronit Levine-Schnur Ed. (2020). Measuring the Effectiveness of Real Estate Regulation, pp. xx-xy. To be published by Springer (English).
  2. Nir Mualam (2018), “Looking at the US for Inspiration: Transfer of Development Rights in Israeli Land Use Planning”, in Jean-David Gerber, Thomas Hartmann, & Andreas Hengstermann (eds.) Instruments of Land Policy: Dealing with Scarcity of Land. London: Routledge.
  3. Rachelle Alterman and Nir Mualam (2016), “Israel”, short chapter in: Ugo Carughi (ed.) Preservation of Contemporary Architecture. Torino: Umberto Allemandi.
  4. “Cautious Urban Renewal as a Means to Rehabilitate Cities”. Short Chapter in Heinrich Boll Stiftung (2015). From Berlin to Tel Aviv: Towards a New Set of Tools in Conservation and Urban Renewal, pp. 21-26. Tel Aviv: A Tel Aviv Municipality and Heinrich Boll Publication (English and Hebrew).
  5. “New Models of Ownership as a Means to Encourage Fair Housing: The Syndicates in Germany”. Short Chapter in Heinrich Boll Stiftung (2015). From Berlin to Tel Aviv: Towards a New Set of Tools in Conservation and Urban Renewal, pp. 15-20. Tel Aviv: A Tel Aviv Municipality and Heinrich Boll Publication (English and Hebrew).

Chapters in Books (Hebrew)

  1. “Case-law Concerning Design Briefs”. Chapter in Sara-Gazit Weitzman and Rachelle Alterman, The Weakest Link: Design Briefs in Israel. Haifa: The Center for Urban & Regional Studies, 2009 (In Hebrew). This publication was cited by the Supreme Court of Israel.
  2. “The Legal Framework for Developer Obligations”. Chapter in Aviva Tzubari and Rachelle Alterman, Public Objectives and Private Obligations: Agreements between local Authorities and Developers. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, 2008 (In Hebrew). This publication was cited by the Supreme Court of Israel.
  3. “Development Levies: A Comparative International Analysis”, Chapter in Offer Shaffir, Development Levies, Tel Aviv: Nevo Publishing, 2003 (In Hebrew).