Rotem Orit

 

1998

B.Sc. Life Sciences (Biology), Program for Environmental Studies. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2001

M.A. with honors, Geography, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Environmental Management Planning & Policy Program. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2006

Ph.D. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

THESIS: Spatial, and Transport Implications of Households’ Consumption Patterns in the E-commerce Age,

SUPERVISOR: Prof. Ilan Salomon

2008

Postdoctoral research:  Delft University of Technology, OTB, Research Institute for Housing, Urban and Mobility Studies.

 

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ABOUT MY WORK

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
1. Spatial behavior
2. Urban environment and transport
3. Impacts of information and communications technology on personal travel
4. E-shopping and in-store shopping
5. Environmental policy

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1. Rotem-Mindali, O. (2015). E-retailing, the network society and travel. In R. Hickman, M. Givoni, D. Bonilla, & D. Banister (Eds.), Handbook on Transport and Development (pp. 512–525). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.
2. Feitelson, E., and Rotem-Mindali, O. (2015). Spatial implications of public transport investments in metropolitan areas: some empirical evidence regarding light rail and bus rapid transit. In R. Hickman, M. Givoni, D. Bonilla, & D. Banister (Eds.), Handbook on Transport and Development (pp. 290–300). Cheltenham, UK Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.
3. Rotem-Mindali, O., Michael, Y., Helman, D. and Lensky, I. M. 2015. The role of local land-use on the urban heat island effect of Tel Aviv as assessed from satellite remote sensing. Applied Geography, 56, 145-153.
4. Rotem-Mindali O. and Gefen D. (2014), Rail transportation and core-periphery reliance in Israel, Journal of Urban and Regional Analysis 6(2): 113-127
5. Rotem-Mindali, O. (2014). E-Commerce: Implications for Travel and the Environment. Handbook of Sustainable Travel: People, Society, and Transportation Systems. T. Gärling, D. Ettema and M. Friman. Dordrecht, Springer: 293-305.

RESEARCH PROJECTS

• The City Public Transport Overlooked: Analysis of Effective Distances

• The role of local land-use on the urban heat island effect of Tel Aviv as assessed from satellite remote sensing

• E-retailing, the network society and travel