The Israel Economist

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The Israel Economist

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The Israel Economist

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The Economist

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Economist Com Country Briefings Israel

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Description : The Economist Newspaper Ltd. presents information and news on Israel. The Economist highlights updated news of Israel, as well as political and economic forecasts, a fact sheet, economic data, and the political and economic structure of Israel.


Ludwig Von Mises

Author by : Israel M. Kirzner
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Description : Ludwig von Mises was one of the most influential economists of the twentieth century, and almost certainly the most significant free-market economist. Mises played a major role in the development of the Austrian School of economics, whose exponents - including Nobel laureates like F. A. Hayek, Milton Freidman, and Gary Becker - radically transformed the "dismal science." In this volume, Israel Kirzner follows Mises from his famous Privatseminar in Vienna - which included luminaries such as Hayek and Eric Voegelin - to his reluctant emigration from Geneva and his last years at New York University. Kirzner illuminates the sources and forces behind Mises' intellectual development. In so doing, he provides a useful and understandable overview of the principles of Austrian economics and the laissezfaire economic policies that became associated with it.


Country Finance

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Learning To Learn

Author by : Mordechai Beck
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Sect Subsidy And Sacrifice

Author by : Eli Berman
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Description : On the ultra Orthodox Jews


Politics And Violence In Israel Palestine

Author by : Lev Luis Grinberg
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Description : The Israeli regime is a paradox. Considered a democracy, it has no recognized borders and controls the majority of Palestinians by military rule, while the resistance of non-citizen Palestinians exerts major influence over politics and policies. Drawing on detailed academic research and a broad knowledge of Israeli politics and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, this book narrates and analyzes the political developments of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and the conflict with Hezbollah and Hamas, explaining the dangers to future negotiations and how hopes for a settlement have been dashed by the ongoing violence. The author explores the internal Israel and Palestinian politics, showing how they influence the conflict and explaining the central role of military organizations in shaping the relations towards the other nation. With particular relevance to current events, he analyzes the Unilateral Disengagement from Gaza and the second Lebanon War, which account for the deterioration into the present violence and political crisis, explaining the need for international mediation in order to reach a peace agreement and suggesting a new innovative model for future Israeli-Palestinian relations.


Annual 1949 50

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Israeli Exceptionalism

Author by : M. Shahid Alam
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Description : This book discerns in the history of Zionism the plot of a Shakespearean tragedy. A small band of European Zionists enters the world stage in late 19th century, determined to create a Jewish state in Palestine. This is their solution to the ‘abnormal’ condition of European Jews, who are without a land and are not a nation. To achieve this, they must seize Palestine; induce Western Jews to become colonists; and, above all, recruit Western powers to adopt their colonial project. Zionists can only succeed by creating Islamicate enemies; they need resurgent anti-Semitism to send Jewish colonies to Palestine; and they must persuade/coerce the West to stand behind their colonial project. In succeeding, the Zionists merely transplant Jewish abnormality from Europe to the Middle East – and make it worse. In Europe, Jewish-Gentile frictions were local problems; in Israel, ominously, they have come to form the pivot of a global conflict that pits the West against the Islamicate.


Water Matters

Author by : Franklin M. Fisher
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Description : Water Matters is a book that dispels the myth of economics as the “dismal science.” The book puts a noted microeconomist, author Franklin M. Fisher, in the midst of one of the most intractable clashes of the twentieth century: the ongoing Arab-Israeli conflict, and in particular the conflict over water between Israel, the Palestinians, and the Jordanians. Fisher found himself drawn to an academic challenge—how could economics inform the resolution of a dispute over a natural resource desperately needed by people—and drawn into a complex and fascinating maze of political and institutional intrigue. Along the way, Fisher met and worked with a host of people from politics, academia, bureaucracies—many with what seem like larger-than-life personalities. Some of them became his friends. The story in Water Matters is told as part memoir and part explication of the technical, organizational, and institutional challenges an academic economist faced in developing a model aimed at helping guide negotiations to solve an obstinate geopolitical problem. It is also a narrative about how negotiation happens, along with what works and what does not. The technical challenges the author and his colleagues faced are explained in lay terms that will teach many readers, and the memoir is a rich narrative of people, places, travel, and culture—told from the perspective of an American Jew dropped into a unique situation—where he never expected to be and in the company of people he never expected to meet.


The Impact Of Israel S Founding Myths On The Prospects For A Two State Solution

Author by : Andrew J. Winnick
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Description : The introduction to this book begins with the following quote:"...what you should really look for...is intellectual integrity: the willingness to admit mistakes and change course... the willingness to entertain different ideas...I'm not calling for an end to ideology...What you should seek, in yourself and others, is not an absence of ideology but an open mind, willing to consider the possibility that parts of the ideology may be wrong." Paul Krugman in an article entitled Ideology and Integrity, NY Times, May 1, 2015 The goal of this brief book is to ask readers interested in the Israeli/Palestinian conflict to accept the challenge presented by Krugman. Readers are asked to be willing to consider the well-documented historical facts presented in this book and, in that light, to (re)evaluate their understanding of: (1) The circumstances leading up to the founding of the State of Israel(2) The War of Independence fought between Israel's founders and both the Palestinians and the Arab forces from surrounding nations. This includes an examination of the circumstances under which more than 700,000 Palestinians left as refugees and 150,000 others were displaced within what became Israel(3) The history of negotiations over the last 25 years between Israelis and Palestinians to come to a Two-State Solution: Israel and Palestine functioning side-by-side in peace and security.This analysis is done by specifying and examining 15 popularly held myths. This work starts by providing a critical analysis of five myths about the founding of the State of Israel and then six myths concerning the nature and conduct of Israel's War of Independence, known to Palestinians as Al Nakba, The Catastrophe. Evidence is presented that these eleven statements indeed are myths, that the statements are not true, no matter how firmly many people believe in them or how often they are repeated. It is argued that the (false) belief in these myths has led to many of the problems in negotiating a Two-State Solution. The author clearly hopes that the corollary is also true: that the sooner it is understood that these are indeed myths, the sooner it may be possible for the two sides to successfully conclude negotiates. In addition, four myths concerning the history and current status of the negotiation process concerning the establishment of two states are explored. In the context of examining these 15 myths a series of embedded topics are analyzed, including: * the nature of the British Mandate over Palestine prior to Israel's founding* the actual role of the U.N. in the formation of Israel* the history of Jewish and Palestinian nationalism* the relative strengths and actions of the settler/Israeli forces and those of the Palestinians and five invading Arab nations in the 1947-49 war, especially concerning the charges of ethnic cleansing and massacres* a brief overview of some of the past negotiations toward a Two-State Solution* the nature and makeup of the current (2015-2016) Israeli government* the impact of the demand for recognition of Israel as a "Jewish State" and Theodor Herzl's use of that term* the nature of and problems within the Palestinian leadership* the impact of the 2015 disputes over the Iran nuclear agreement * the role of the charge of anti-Semitism in deflecting criticism of the Israeli government's policies in the context of the U.S. State Department's definition of anti-SemitismThe express goal of this work is to pull together, in a brief and easily accessible format, what are often disparate analyses of these many topics in the hope of stimulating learning and discussions that will better enable concerned persons to propel movement toward the establishment of two states, Israel and Palestine, both enjoying peace, security and economic development. In that spirit, readers are encouraged to consider disseminating this work to friends and colleagues.


Qer

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Israel

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Palestine And Zionism

Author by : Sophie A. Udin
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Inflation Stabilization

Author by : World Institute for Development Economics Research
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Description : Rampant inflation is a major economic problem in many of the less developedcountries; two out of three attempts to stabilize these economies fail. Inflation Stabilizationprovides a valuable description and a critical analysis of the disinflation programs introduced inArgentina, Bolivia, Brazil, and Israel in 1985-86, and discusses the possibility of such a programin Mexico. It documents the initial steps in stabilization as well as the reasons for failure.Asarchitects of the programs, several of the authors are in key positions to assess which aspects werecritical in getting the programs accepted and where to look for difficulties and failures.In Israel,inflation was halted without recession. The challenge to policy makers today is in shifting fromstabilization to the revival of sustained growth. This experience is described fully by MichaelBruno and Sylvia Piterman, who examine the critical issue of exchange rates, and by Alex Cukierman,who uses modeling to analyze the interaction of money, wages, prices, and activity under rationalexpectations that take the government's policy objectives into account.Endemic inflation and asudden increase in external debt burden Argentina's economy, raising the wider issues of highinflation economies and stabilization that are discussed in the chapter by José Luis Machinea andthat by Guido Di Tella and Alfredo Canavese.Eduardo Modiano and Mario Simonsen take up issues ofwages in Brazil, particularly the problem of finding an equitable way to deal with a wage freeze;Simonsen develops an ambitious game theoretic rationalization of incomes policy as a coordinatingdevice for imperfectly competitive economies.Bolivia did reach hyperinflation (price increases ofmore than 50 percent each month) before stabilizing. Juan Antonio Morales shows how stabilizing theexchange rate, in an economy where all pricing was already geared to the dollar, achievedstabilization without a wage or price freeze. And Francisco Gil Diaz asks whether an incomes-policybased program could work to control ever increasing inflation in Mexico.Michael Bruno is Governor ofthe Bank of Israel; Guido Di Tella is a Fellow of St. Anthony's College, a Professor at the Di TellaInstitute in Buenos Aires, and a Member of Parliament in Argentina; Stanley Fischer is VicePresident of Development Economics and Chief Economist at the World Bank. Rudiger Dornbusch is FordInternational Professor of Economics at MIT.


Annual 1949

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Inflation And Indexation

Author by : Institute for International Economics (U.S.)
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Description : This report discusses questions such as: What strategy offers the best hope for controlling inflation in each of these cases? Is deindexation necessary to curb inflation and how might it be achieved? What can be learned from previous attempts at monetary reform and deindexation?


The Middle East In The New World Order

Author by : Haifaa A. Jawad
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Description : The 1990-91 Gulf War, the Israeli-PLO agreement, instances of political and economic reform, and the radical political reassertion of Islam, all indicate that the post-Cold War Middle East is in the grip of dramatic changes. This has generated considerable enthusiasm. Yet such transformation to the political landscape bring with them daunting difficulties. The Middle East faces a host of problems urgently in need of solutions if a successful new world order is to be built on the ruins of the old. In this book, an international group of scholars addresses these issues, and considers the options for the political, social, and economic reconstruction of the region. Themes covered include: democratisation; the Arab state system in the new global environment; the civil war in Arabia; security structures; the Arab-Israeli conflict; the role and potential contribution of pan-Islamism and pan-Arabism; and the prospects for economic revival. Throughout, the linkages between regional dynamics and the changing global environment are highlighted. Case-studies are drawn from the whole region: from North Africa to the Gulf, and from Syria to Yemen.


Christliche Kirchen In Israel

Author by : S. P. Colbi
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Pakistan Gulf Economist

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Annual 1949 50 1958

Author by : Israel economist
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Three Monthly Economic Review

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