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R&D, firm size and innovation: an empirical analysis
D Shefer, A Frenkel
Technovation 25 (1), 25-32, 2005
Measuring urban sprawl: how can we deal with it?
A Frenkel, M Ashkenazi
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 35 (1), 56-79, 2008
Local milieu and innovations: Some empirical results
D Shefer, A Frenkel
The Annals of Regional Science 32 (1), 185-200, 1998
Residential location choice of knowledge-workers: The role of amenities, workplace and lifestyle
A Frenkel, E Bendit, S Kaplan
Cities 35, 33-41, 2013
The potential effect of national growth-management policy on urban sprawl and the depletion of open spaces and farmland
A Frenkel
Land use policy 21 (4), 357-369, 2004
Why high-technology firms choose to locate in or near metropolitan areas
A Frenkel
Urban Studies 38 (7), 1083-1101, 2001
Barriers and Limitations in the Development of Industrial Innovation in the Region
A Frenkel
European Planning Studies 11 (2), 115-137, 2003
Mapping national innovation ecosystems: Foundations for policy consensus
A Frenkel, S Maital
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014
Social justice and spatial inequality: Toward a conceptual framework
E Israel, A Frenkel
Progress in Human Geography 42 (5), 647-665, 2018
Can regional policy affect firms' innovation potential in lagging regions?
A Frenkel
The Annals of Regional Science 34 (3), 315-341, 2000
The integrated sprawl index: measuring the urban landscape in Israel
A Frenkel, M Ashkenazi
The Annals of Regional Science 42 (1), 99-121, 2008
Firm characteristics, location and regional innovation: A comparison between Israeli and German industrial firms
A Frenkel, D Shefer, K Koschatzky, GH Walter
Regional studies 35 (5), 415-429, 2001
Public versus private technological incubator programmes: privatizing the technological incubators in Israel
A Frenkel, D Shefer, M Miller
European Planning Studies 16 (2), 189-210, 2008
The linkage between the lifestyle of knowledge-workers and their intra-metropolitan residential choice: A clustering approach based on self-organizing maps
A Frenkel, E Bendit, S Kaplan
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 39, 151-161, 2013
The role of location and regional networks for biotechnology firms in Israel
D Kaufmann, D Schwartz, A Frenkel, D Shefer
European Planning Studies 11 (7), 823-840, 2003
Spatial distribution of high-rise buildings within urban areas: The case of the Tel-Aviv metropolitan region
A Frenkel
Urban Studies 44 (10), 1973-1996, 2007
Measuring dynamic technical change: a technometric approach
A Frenkel, S Maital, H Grupp
International Journal of Technology Management 20 (3-4), 429-441, 2000
Demand-driven innovation: An integrative systems-based review of the literature
A Frenkel, S Maital, E Leck, E Israel
International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management 12 (02), 1550008, 2015
Can urban growth management work in an era of political and economic change? International lessons from Israel
A Frenkel, DE Orenstein
Journal of the American Planning Association 78 (1), 16-33, 2012
Public policy, locational choice and the innovation capability of high-tech firms: A comparison between Israel and Ireland
A Frenkel, D Shefer, S Roper
Papers in Regional Science 82 (2), 203-221, 2003
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