Migration To and From Development Towns in Israel

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Alfandari Tobi, Shefer Daniel. Migration To and From Development Towns in Israel Haifa Israel: Samuel Neaman Institute, 1992. https://neaman.org.il/EN/Migration-To-and-From-Development-Towns-in-Israel
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate, on a micro level, the reasons that cause the upper socio-economic class of the population to emigrate from or immigrate to a development town. Such an evaluation may help create a spatial policy that will facilitate the absorption of high-level socio-economic groups of the population into development towns. This process is essential for the socio-economic prosperity of the development towns.

The development towns that were chosen for this study were Kiryat Shmona, as a town that is remote from the core; Hazor Hagelilit, as a small town located closer to the center of the country; and Migdal Ha'Emeq, as a town located in close proximity to the Haifa Metropolitan area and a successful development town that has managed to attract professionals and "strong" households.

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