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MIT Women’s Oral History Project
Interview with Prof. Naomi Carmon by Tobi Rudoltz, 21 July 2015. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Institute Archives and Special Collections.
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Densifying and Upgrading the Existing Housing Stock: An Evaluation of an Innovative Program
Kainer Persov, N. and Carmon, N.
Conference paper in ENHR (European Network for Housing Research) annual conference, Lisbon, July 2015.
TAMA 38 – An Israeli Innovative Plan with an International Potential
Carmon, N.
Urban Regeneration, a special issue of Ha’Aretz, November 2013.
Demolision and Redevelopment as an Urban Renwal Strategy: Is It Desirable? If Yes, How?
Carmon, N.
Ynet 28.1.2013.
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Water-Sensitive Planning as Part of Sustainable Development of The the Water Sector in Israel
Carmon N. and Shamir U.
Presentation in Haifa University, February 2012.
Social Capital: Meaning, Measuring and Relevance to Planning
Amoyal, E. and Carmon, N.
Interim report submitted to Mifal haPayis, September 2011 (Hebrew).
The Target Ppopulation of Aaffordable Housing
Carmon, N.
Public presentation in Tel Aviv University, a slide-show, May 2010.
Stormwater Management and Drainage
Carmon, N. and Shamir U.
Summary of a professional-academic workshop on July 1st, 2010.
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Runoff Management in Water-Sensitive Planning:
Goals, Principles, Tools and the Way for Implementation

Shamir U. and Carmon, N.
Proceedings of the Annual Cconference of Israel Association for Water Resources. Tel Aviv, 2009 (Hebrew).
Segrated Blocks for the Poor – A Social Dissaster
Carmon, N.
Technion Magazin, summer 2009.
Mortgage Loans in Israel
Carmon, N.
Reportage in “A Second Look” in Channel 2 of the Israeli TV. May 2008.
The Benefits of Density: Comments in the Wake of MIU conference
Carmon, N.
P. 24 in: The Quality of Density. Bat Yam: MIU – Movement for Israeli Urbanism, proceedings of the third conference, May 2008 (Hebrew).
Turning a Low-Income Small Town into a Sustainable Mixed-Income Place
Carmon, N.
In: Planning for Diversity and Multiplicity: A New Agenda for the World Planning Community. Pp. 70-71 in Proceedings of the 2nd World Planning Schools Congress, Mexico City, Mexico, July 2006.
A Housing Strategy for the City of Tel Aviv-Yafo
Carmon, N.
In: Strategic Plan for Tel Aviv – Yafo: The City Vision. Tel Aviv – Jafo Municipality, 2006, pp. 67-77 (Hebrew).
Project Renewal: 25 Years of Operation
Carmon, N.
Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion, 2004 (Hebrew).
Jews and Arabs in the Galilee: A conference to commemorate Architect Dov Tchernovroda
Carmon, N.
Mivnim – A Professional Journal of the Construction Industry, July-August 2003, pp. 14-28.
JHousing Demand: A Re-Eevaluation
Carmon, N.
Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion, 2003 (Hebrew). Partly published in HaAretz, 6.3.2003.
The Israeli Society in Transition: From Modernity to Post-Modernity
Carmon, N.
Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion, 2003 (Hebrew).
Establishing New Towns and Villages versus Strengthenning Old Ones
Carmon, N.
Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion, 2001 (Hebrew).
Preventive Planning in Urban Neighborhoods: The Phoenix Strategy
Carmon, N.
Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion, 1999.
Sustainable Development as a Paradigm for the Profession of Urban Planning
Carmon, N.
Working Paper. Cambridge MA: Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT, 1998.
Regeneration Policy for Deteriorated Urban Areas: Lessons for the Future on the Basis of Past Experience in Western Countries and Israel
Carmon, N.
Working Paper. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion, 1997 (Hebrew).
Urban Renewal and Neighborhood Regeneration: Past Experience and Lessons for the Future
Carmon, N.
Working Paper. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion, 1996 (Hebrew and English editions).
Usage of Underground Space from the Point of View of the National Planner
Carmon, N.
In: Zvi Lisar and others, Underground Space in Israel: Background, Potential and Possible Projects. Tel-Aviv: Zvi Lisar Ltd. Submitted to Israel Land Authority, 1995 (Hebrew).
The Establishment of Modi’in – A Position Paper
Carmon, N.
Submitted to the Ministry of Interior. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion, 1994 (Hebrew).
The Population of Israel and its Characteristics: Basic Data and Forecasts for Spatial Planning
Carmon, N. and Yiftachel O.
Working Paper. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion, 1994 (Hebrew).
Goals for Israel of the 2000s
Carmon, N.
Working Paper. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies, 1994 (Hebrew).
The Implications of Peace for the Israeli Society
Carmon, N.
A report of ‘Israel 2020 – A Master Plan for Israel of the 2000s’. Haifa: Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion, 1993 (Hebrew, 25 p.).
Democracy in Action: Citizen Participation in Urban Planning
Carmon, N.
Working paper for the Russian-Israeli Symposium on Democracy and Identity, Moscow, Russia, June 1993.
The Development of Haifa as Capital of the Northern Region of Israel
Carmon, N., Refaeli E. and others
Working paper of the advisory team on Haifa Metropolitan Region. Haifa: 1993 (Hebrew).
The Prospects of Revitalization in Hadar HaCarmel, Haifa
Amir, S. and Carmon N.
Working Paper. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies, 1993 (Hebrew).
Has Israel’s Projest Renewal Succeeded in Changing the Status of its Neighborhoods?
Carmon, N. and Baron M.
Working Paper. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies, 1993.
A Strategy for Regional Development: Lessons from the New Settlements in the Galilee Region
Carmon, N.
Working Paper. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies, 1993.
A Home for the Elderly – Evaluation of its Physical Planning
Eyal-Elimelech and Carmon N.
Working Paper. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies, 1992 (Hebrew).
The New Settlements in the Galilee Region – An Evaluation Research
Carmon, N.
Magazine of the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion, 7, Fall 1992, pp. 12-14.
Achieving Population Dispersal by Custom-Made Community Planning: An Israeli Experiment in the Galilee Mountains
Carmon, N.
Working Paper. Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning, UCLA – University of California in Los Angeles, 1991.
Housing in Israel
Carmon, N. and Czamanski, D.
Working Paper. Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning, UCLA – University of California in Los Angeles, 1991.
Public-Individual Partnership in the Renovation of Housing Estates: The Israeli Case and its Lessons
Carmon, N. and Czamanski, D.
Working Paper. Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning, UCLA – University of California in Los Angeles, 1990.
Encouraging Residential Revitalization: A Method for the Selection of Target Neighborhoods
Kaufman, J. B. and Carmon, N.
Working Paper. Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning, UCLA – University of California in Los Angeles, 1990.
Mass Immigration to Israel and the Required Housing Solutions
Shitrit, M. and Carmon, N.
Jerusalem: The Jewish Agency, June 1990 (Hebrew).
The Meaning of Social Policy
Carmon, N.
Pp. 115-120 in Haifa 2000, proceedings of a conference organized by the Institute for the Study of Haifa and the Galilee and the Municipality of Haifa, 1988 (Hebrew).
Tailoring Evaluation Study to Needs
Carmon, N.
In Korazim, Y. (ed.), Methodological Lessons from Evaluation Studies of Project Renewal. Jerusalem: The Jewish Agency, 1987 (Hebrew).
Comprehensive Evaluation Study of Israel’s Project Renewal
Alterman A., Carmon, N. and Hill M.
Working Paper. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, Technion, 1986.
The Impact of Housing Policy on Social Stratification in Israel
Carmon, N.
In: Y. Zdaka (ed.), Disparities. Jerusalem: The Hebrew University, 1984 (Hebrew).
Self-Help Rehabilitation Versus Institutionalized Rehabilitation
Carmon, N., and Gavrieli, T.
Working Paper. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, Technion, 1982 (Hebrew).
Multi-Group Integrated Evaluation:
A Synthesis of Approaches to the Evaluation of Broad-Aim Social Programs

Carmon, N., Hill, M. and Alterman, R.
Working Paper. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, Technion, 1980.
The Causes of Neighborhood Deterioration in Israel
Carmon, N. and Hill, M.
Pp. 4-37 in Shpiro, S. (ed.), Neighborhood Rehabilitation. Jerusalem: The Ministry of Interior, The 7th Conference on Local Government, 1980 (Hebrew).
Guidelines for Neighborhood Rehabilitation Program
Hill, M. and Carmon, N.
Invited by and submitted to Prof. Daniel Shimshoni, Deputy Prime Minister Office, 1978 (Hebrew).
The Social Impact of Housing – Empirical Studies
Carmon, N.
In: Y. Kadman (ed.), Social Work in Multi-Cultural Society. Jerusalem: The Hebrew University, 1978 (Hebrew).
Social Goals of Housing Policy
Carmon, N.
In: S. Reichman (ed.), Contemporary Urbanization. Jerusalem: The National Council for Research and Development, 1977.
Housing for Immigrant Absorption
Carmon, N.
In: E. Leshem (Ed.), The Absorption of Soviet Jews in Israel. Proceedings of the 2nd World Conference of Jewish Communities on Soviet Jewry. Jerusalem: The Government Printer, 1977 (Hebrew).
Social Considerations in Housing Planning
Carmon, N.
In: D. Soen (ed.), Dialogue in Development: National and Human Resources. Tel-Aviv: The Association of Engineers and Architects in Israel, 1974.
The Social Structure of Israeli Society: Collection of 14 Lectures
Carmon, N.
Haifa: Technion, The Students’ Association Publishing Co., 1972 (Hebrew).
Considerations in Replanning Poor Neighborhoods
Carmon, N.
Working Paper. Graduate School of Education and Social Policy, Harvard University, 1970.
New Towns in Israel: Three Case Studies and Discussion
Carmon, N.
Monograph. The Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Mass. Institute of Technology, 1969.
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