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Planning Patterns in Eastern Galilei and Kiryat Shmona


This preliminary research, conducted by students from Tel Aviv University and MIT, aims to understand the dynamics and spatial effects of 21st-century manufacturing, and to recommend responsive policies based on the findings. During a 10-day workshop in Kiryat Shmona and at Tel Aviv University, the students examined and analyzed Kiryat Shmona's industrial sites. The outcome of this phase is detailed in two booklets; that the first, was written by Tel Aviv University students guided by Prof. Tali Hatuka, focuses on the existing conditions and opportunities in Kiryat Shmona and Eastern Galilee's industrial sites; the second, written by MIT students guided by Prof. Eran Ben-Joseph, focuses on international case studies and applicable lessons for the City of Kiryat Shmona.

How to cite this report:

T. Hatuka, G. Inbar, C. Hamo- Goren (2019), Towards Industrial- Regional Agenda: Planning Patterns in Eastern Galilei and Kiryat Shmona. 

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