Researcher interests: Environmental conflict resolution; natural resources management and governance and decision making under conditions of political and environmental uncertainties. He is a leading scholar on transboundary water institutions and Middle East water issues. He has published over than 30 articles in public policy, conflict resolution, peace studies, geography, ecological economics, and environmental journals.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Social Sciences
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Selected Publications

community private sector partnerships in renewable energy (2019)| Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews| Read more
energy as a rewarding and punitive foreign policy instrument the case of israeli palestinian relations (2019)| Studies in Conflict & Terrorism| Read more
Itay Fischhendler, keren tenenboimweinblatt
the peace dividend as an intangible benefit in mega project justification a comparative content analysis of the dead sea red sea canal (2019)| Geoforum| Read more
Itay Fischhendler, jacob d petersenperlman
the weakness of the strong re examining power in transboundary water dynamics (2018)| International Environmental Agreements-politics Law and Economics| Read more
the political economy of energy sanctions insights from a global outlook 1938 2017 (2017)| Energy research and social science| Read more
Itay Fischhendler, josef van wijk
the construction of urgency discourse around mega projects the israeli case (2017)| Policy Sciences| Read more
the use of intangible benefits for promoting contested policies the case of geopolitical benefits and the israeli gas policy (2017)| Geopolitics| Read more
the geopolitics of cross border electricity grids the israeli arab case (2016)| Energy Policy| Read more
aaron t wolf, Itay Fischhendler, gabriel eckstein
the role of creative language in addressing political asymmetries the israeli arab water agreements (2016)| | Read more
Eran Feitelson, Itay Fischhendler, Amit Tubi
the effect of vulnerability on climate change mitigation policies (2012)| Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions| Read more

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