2004

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The Department of Environmental Economics and Management

The Robert H. Smith Faculty
of Agriculture, Food and Environment
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

PO Box 12, Rehovot 76100
Fax: 08-9466267

Department Head:
Prof. Ayal Kimhi, Tel: 08-9489376

Head of the teaching program:
Prof.Iddo Kan, Tel: 08-9489233

Secretary: 
Miri Arazi, Tel: 08-9489230

  • Feinerman, E., Bosch, D.J., Pease J.W. "Manure Applications and Nutrient Standards," in American Journal of Agricultural Economics, February 2004, Vol. 86, No. 1, pp. 14-25(12). (PDF)
  • Amir Heiman and Eliezer E. Goldschmidt "Testing the Potential Benefits of Brands in Horticultural Products: The Case of Oranges." Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, Jan-March 2004 (Vol. 14, No. 1).
  • Mundlak, Y., D. Larson, and R. Butzer. "Agricultural Dynamics in Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines," The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 48:1, pp. 95-126, March 2004. (PDF)  
  • Feinerman, E., Finkelshtain, I. and Kan I., "On A Political Solution on the NIMBY Conflict." The American Economic Review, March 2004, pp. 370-381.
  • Kimhi, Ayal. "Family Composition and Off-Farm Participation Decisions in Israeli Farm Households." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 86(2), May 2004, 502-512.
  • Mundlak, Yair, Larson, Donald E., and Butzer, Rita. “Determinants of agricultural growth in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand,” in T. Akiyama and D. E. Larson ed. Rural Development and Agricultural Growth in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand. Australia, Asian Pacific Press, 2004.
  • Butzer, Rita, Mundlak, Yair, and Larson, Donald E., “Intersectoral migration in Southeast Asia: evidence from Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines." in T. Akiyama and D. E. Larson ed. Rural Development and Agricultural Growth in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand. Australia, Asian Pacific Press, 2004.
  • Finkelshtain, Israel, and Yoav Kislev. "Taxes and Subsidies in a Polluting and Politically Powerful Industry," Journal of Asian Economics, 15 (2004) 481-492.
  • Kimhi, Ayal, and Rapaport, Eliel. "Time Allocation Between Farm and Off-Farm Activities in Israeli Farm Households," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 86(3) (August 2004): 716-721.
  • Ben-David, Dan, and Ayal Kimhi. "Trade and the Rate of Income Convergence." Journal of International Trade and Economic Development 13 (4), December 2004, 419-441.
  • Feinerman, Eli, Aliza Fleischer and Avi Simhon. "Distributional Welfare Impacts of Government Spending: The Case of Urban vs. National Parks," Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 29 (2), (2004) 370-389.
  • Z. Lerman, Y. Kislev, A. Kriss, and D. Biton, “Agricultural Output and Productivity in the Former Soviet Republics,” Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol. 51, No. 4, pp. 999-1018 (2003).
  • Z. Lerman and I. Stanchin, “Institutional Changes in Turkmenistan’s Agriculture: Impacts on Productivity and Rural Incomes,” Eurasian Geography and Economics, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 60-72 (2004).
  • Z. Lerman, “Policies and Institutions for Commercialization of Subsistence Farms in Transition Countries,” Journal of Asian Economics, Vol. 15, pp. 46-479 (June 2004). (PDF)
  • Z. Lerman, C. Csaki, and G. Feder, “Evolving Farm Structures and Land Use Patterns in Former Socialist Countries,” Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture, Vol. 43, No. 4 (2004). (PDF)
  • Z. Lerman and I. Stanchin, “Principles of land relations in developed market economies and possibilities of their adaptation to Turkmenistan,” Altyn Asyr (The Economy of the Golden Age), No. 7(50), pp. 26-28 (August 2004) [in Turkmen, Russian, and English].
  • D. Bezemer and Z. Lerman, “Rural Livelihoods in Armenia,” Post-Communist Economies (September 2004).
  • A. Fleischer and D. Felsenstein, "Financial Assistance to Small Businesses - Do Tourism Firms Perform Better? In: Rhodri Thomas, Support System for Small Tourism Businesses, Elsevier: 'Advances in Tourism Research". pp, 71-82 (2004).
  • A. Fleischer and D. Felsenstein, "Face-to-face or Cyberspace? Coosing the Internet as Intermediary in the Travel Market". Tourism Economics 10(3) 345-359. (2004).