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The global political economy of Israel

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International economic relations., International economic integration., Globalization., Privatization -- Israel., Israel -- Economic policy., Israel -- Politics and government -- 1993-, Israel -- Economic conditions -- 20th century., Israel -- Economic integra

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StatementJonathan Nitzan and Shimshon Bichler.
ContributionsBichler, Shimshon.
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LC ClassificationsHC415.25 .N5813 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 407 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3704354M
ISBN 10074531676X, 0745316751
LC Control Number2003272172
OCLC/WorldCa47727271

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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction --Capital and power: breaking the dualism of 'economics' and 'politics' --The history of Israel's power structure --The making of stagflation --The weapondollar-petrodollar coalition --From foreign investors to transnational ownership.

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International Political Economy. The main line of development of IPE in the s and s was centered in the International Relations community and took the form of the analysis of what was called in book titles and course catalogues "The Politics of International Economic Relations" or "The Political Economy of International Relations.".

Israeli Economy. Israel’s founding economy was tied to Jewish history in Europe and the entire Zionist enterprise and later the Israeli economy would be built on connecting a highly educated people to the land.

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Netanyahu, then finance minister, saw that the public sector had grown too large and was suffocating the private sector.7/The Economy of Israel: A Critical Account of the First Ten Years. New York: Frederick A Praeger, Aharoni, Sara; Aharoni, Meir (), Industry & Economy in Israel, Israel books.

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