Leiderman, M., Monnickendam, M., Guzetta, C., & Struminger, L. (Eds.). (1993). Technology in people services: Research, theory, applications, and ethical issues. Binghamton NY: The Haworth Press.(517 pages).
Chapters in Books
Monnickendam, M., & Monnickendam, M. S. (2009). Perceptions of poverty and service provision among general practitioners and medical social workers working in health and human services in the community. In J. Chandler, J. Barry, E. Berg., & S. Piippola (Eds), Dillemmas for Human Services, (pp 127-131). London, University of East London.
Monnickendam, M., & Katan, Y. (2003). The measurement of poverty in Israel in international perspective. In Y. Kop (Ed). Israel's Social Services 2003, (pp. 273-288). Jerusalem, Taub Center for Social Policy Studies in Israel (Hebrew).
Karger, H. J., & Monnickendam, M. (1991). The Israeli right and the social welfare state. In J. Midgley, & H. Glennester (Eds.), The radical right and the welfare state: An international assessment (pp. 124-140). London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, a division of Simon and Schuster.
Monnickendam, M. (1991). Enosh 2001. In Yitzhak Berman (Ed.), Information technology in local social service departments in Israel (pp. 33-41). Jerusalem: The Central Library of Social Work.
Monnickendam, M., & Berman, Y. (1985). Information systems in the social services in Israel. In J. Michael (Ed.), Computerization in the Human Services (pp. 45-58). New York: Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of N.Y.
Articles and Publications
Jaul, E., Spivak, M., Zabari, Y., & Monnickendam, M. (2015). The relationship between bereaved family caregivers and the hospital team in long term care: cases of home condolence visits. Gerontology & Geriatric Research (in press)
Monnickendam, M. (2014). Prioritizing and rationing of obligatory and non-obligatory human services in municipalities in Israel, Jerusalem, Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Services (Hebrew)http://www.molsa.gov.il/About/OfficePolicy/Documents/גבולות%20גזרה%20-%20סופי.pdf
Monnickendam, M. (2014). Poverty and Deprivation in Europe by B. Nolan & C.T. Whelan, Society and Welfare, 34, 164-168.
Monnickendam, M. (2012). Organizing Principles of Local Social Services in the EU. Jerusalem, Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Services (Hebrew). http://www.molsa.gov.il/About/OfficePolicy/Documents/הרפורמה%20ועקרונות%20בארגון.pdf
Monnickendam, M. (2011). Minimum Income Standards in Israel: A recent history in economic and humanistic discourses. Social Policy and Administration. 45(5), 525-538
Monnickendam, M. (2010). Poverty Perceptions of Social Workers and General Practitioners in Israel. Social Work in Health Care, 49(10), 963-980.
Monnickendam, M.S., & Monnickendam, M. (2010). The physician and his poor patient, a time for change. Harefua. 145(12).
Monnickendam, M., & Gordon, D. (2010) Poverty, Government Policy and Public Opinion in Britain and Israel: A Comparative Analysis. Social Policy and Administration, 44(5), 554-574
Monnickendam, M., Katz. C., & Monnickendam, M. S. (2010). Social workers serving poor clients: Perceptions of poverty and service policy. The British Journal of Social Work, 40, 911-927.
Katz, C., Monnickendam, M., & Katan, Y. (2009). Local Social Services and Escalating Poverty: Practice, Perceptions and Expectations. Jerusalem, Taub Center for Social Policy Studies in Israel. (Hebrew).https://www.google.com/url?q=http://taubcenter.org.il/index.php/publications/discussion-papers/social-welfare/local-social-services-and-escalating-poverty-practice-perceptions-and-expectations/lang/he/&sa=U&ei=hZPlUJOUFoeh4gT1n4HQDg&ved=0CAkQFjAB&client=internal-uds-cse&usg=AFQjCNEv97qi-vIawePk8ZpUv_28JdHYMA
Krumer-Nevo, M., Weiss, I., & Monnickendam, M. (2009). Poverty aware social work practice: A conceptual framework for social work education. Journal of Social Work Education, 45, 225-243.
Monnickendam, M., & Berman, Y. (2008). An empirical analysis of the interrelationship between components of the social quality theoretical construct. Social Indicators Research, 86, 525-538
Monnickendam. M., Savaya, R., & Waysman, M. (2008). Targeting implementation efforts for maximum satisfaction with new computer systems: Results from four human service agencies. Computers in Human Behavior, 24(4), 1724-1740
Krumer-Nevo, M., Weiss, I., & Monnickendam, M. (2008). Poverty awareness in social work practice: A conceptual framework for field work education. Society and Welfare, 28, 177-202 (Hebrew)
Monnickendam, M. (2007). Serving the poor in the Municipal Local Social Services in Israel. Jerusalen,Ministry of Welfare. Working paper. (Hebrew).
Monnickendam, M., Monnickendam, M. S., Katz, C., & Katan, Y. (2007). Health care for the poor - an exploration of primary-care physicians' perceptions of poor patients and of their helping behaviors. Social Science & Medicine, 64, 1463-1474
Savaya, R., Monnickendam. M., & Waysman, M. (2006). Extent and type of worker utilization of an integrated information system in a human services agency. Evaluation and Program planning, 29(3), 209-216
Monnickendam. M. (2006). Poverty and work in the early resettlement period in Israel (1777-1904). Society and Welfare, 26(3), 265-283 (Hebrew)
Monnickendam, M., Savaya, R., & Waysman, M. (2005). Thinking processes in Social Workers' use of a clinical decision support system: A qualitative study. Social Work Research. 29(1), 21-30.
Monnickendam. M. (2005). From charity to rights. Services for the poor in the pre-state period (1905 - 1948),Society and Welfare, 25(4), 461-484 (Hebrew)
Monnickendam, M., & Manor, D. (2005). Whose job is it anyway? Performing Hospital Social Workers' job elements by Doctors and Nurses, Society and Welfare, 25(1), 37-54 (Hebrew)
Monnickendam, M., Savaya, R., & Waysman, M. (2004). Equity perceptions as a determinant of computer user satisfaction in human services. Journal of Social Service Research. 31(2), 41-50.
Monnickendam, M. (2004). The evolution of poverty measurement in Israel. Townsend Center for International Poverty Research Working Paper.http://www.bris.ac.uk/poverty/defining%20and%20measuring%20poverty.html
Monnickendam, M., & Katan, Y. (2003). The measurement of poverty in Israel in international perspective. In Y. Kop (Ed). Israel's Social Services, 2003, (pp. 273-288). Jerusalem, The Taub Center for Social Policy Studies in Israel (Hebrew)
Monnickendam, M. (2002). The internet in service of human service managers. Hadeah Harovachat, 31, 7-8 (Hebrew).
Several articles in Haaretz newspaper on poverty in Israel (2001)
Savaya, R., Monnickendam, M., & Waysman, M. (2001). An assessment of the utilization of a computerized decision support system, for youth probation officers. The Journal of Technology in Human Services, 17(4), 1-14.
Monnickendam, M. (2000). Participative system implementation for creating user oriented computer systems in human services, Administration in Social Work. 24(1), 57-74.
Published also in Spanish: Monnickendam, M. (2002). Implementación de un método participativo para crear sistemas informáticos orientados al usario de los servicios sociales. Revista de Trabajo Social, 165, 111-133.
Monnickendam, M. (1999). Computer systems that work: A review of variables associated with system use.Journal of Social Service Research. 26(2), 71-94.
Monnickendam, M., & Markus, E. J.(1996-97). Effects of a practice-centered, cognitive oriented computer course on computer attitudes: Implications for course content. Social Work & Social Sciences Review, 6(3), 175-185.
Monnickendam, M., Yaniv, H., & Geva, N. (1996). The graphical case record: An interface congruent with professional work style. Computers in Human Behavior,12(1), 121-134.
Monnickendam, M. (1996). Managed system conceptualization: Knowing when to say no. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 23(2), 95-106.
Monnickendam, M., Yaniv, H., & Geva, N. (1996). A practitioner congruent case management system. Society and Welfare, 16 (4), 521-540. (Hebrew).
Monnickendam, M. (1996). Determinants of computer use in human services. New Technology in the Human Services. 9(4), 18-24.
Monnickendam, M., & Berman, Y. (1996). Stabilizing the Israel welfare state in the face of economic change.Social Development Issues, 18(3), 14-28.
Monnickendam, M., Yaniv, H., & Geva, N. (1994). Practitioners and the case record: Patterns of use.Administration in Social Work, 18(4), 73-88.
Monnickendam, M., & Eaglstein, A. S. (1993). Computer acceptance by Social Workers: Some unexpected research findings. Computers in Human Services, 9(3/4), 409-424.
Monnickendam, M., & Karger, H. J. (1993). Ideological purity versus pragmatic considerations in the development of social welfare in Israel. International Social Work, 36(2), 242 - 255.
Cwikel, J., & Monnickendam, M. (1993). Factors in acceptance of advanced information technology among Social Workers: An exploratory study. Computers in Human Services, 9(3/4), 279 - 292.
Monnickendam, M. (1990). KnoW, an alternative approach in decision support systems for the human services. Computers and Society, 20(3), 27.
Monnickendam, M., & Cnaan, R. (1990). Teaching Information Technology to Human Service Students. Meeting the Needs of the Future. Computers in Human Services, 7(1/2), 149-163.
Monnickendam, M. (1989). The personal dimension in computerizing human services: An organizational approach. Social Work and Social Policy in Israel, 2,67-80.
Monnickendam, M., & Morris, A. (1989). Developing an integrated computerized case management system for the Israeli defense forces: An evolutionary approach. Computers in Human Services, 5(1/2), 133-149.
Monnickendam, M. (1988). The prototype approach to computerization in human services. Society and Welfare, 9(2), 173-184. (hebrew)
Monnickendam, M., & Berman, Y. (1985). Information systems in the personal social services in Israel.Computer Applications in Social Work, 2(3), 41-52.