Arie Hershcovich

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Arie Hershkovich is an Israeli lecturer of Urban Management and Political Science. He has a PhD in urban planning from the Technion. He has been the chief planner of the Jewish Agency, where he was involved mainly with programs of regional development and social integration. His areas of interest are multi-ethnic cities, education in a multi-ethnic society, local e-government, and e-learning in a multi-ethnic society.[1] He has published several papers, book chapters and a book about spatial planning.[2]

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  1. ^ http://www.wgalil.ac.il/files/hershkoCV.pdf
  2. ^ Hershcovich, Arie (2009). National Spatial Planning in Israel: Politics and Land. Haifa: The Technion - Center for Urban and Regional Studies. ISBN 965-409-036-8.