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Policy Making in Israel: Routines for Simple Problems and Coping with the Complex - Pitt Series in Policy & Institutional Studies (Paperback)
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Policy Making in Israel: Routines for Simple Problems and Coping with the Complex - Pitt Series in Policy & Institutional Studies (Paperback)

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Paperback 216 Pages / Published: 30/09/1997
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This analysis of the Israeli government's ability to address problems, looks at the specific issues of: large-scale immigration; Israel-Arab disputes and the Middle East peace process; Jerusalem; and disputes between religious and secular Jews concerning the role of religion in the state.

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
ISBN: 9780822956334
Number of pages: 216
Weight: 313 g
Dimensions: 229 x 154 x 12 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

"Lively, well written, and well structured, the book is a pleasure to read and a stimulating and thought provoking work by a veteran scholar of the Israeli polity. . . . It is a comprehensive analysis of policy making in Israel. At the same time, its concepts are applicable far beyond: to every country with stubborn, long-standing conflicts."
"--Middle East Journal"


"Ira Sharkansky, a political scientist who is well known on at least two continents for his books on the process of policy-making, offers a formula for deconstructing issues into their most basic components. . . . This book is an insightful as it is entertaining. It serves as an ideal introduction to Israel's central policy debates and, most important, to the fiery rhetoric which typically accompanies these clashes."
--International Journal of Middle East Studies


"This book is written in the style of an essay and is easily accessible to lay readers, including undergraduate students and others not familiar with either Israel or the field of policy analysis. . . . Excellent book."
"--Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies"


Ira Sharkansky, a political scientist who is well known on at least two continents for his books on the process of policy-making, offers a formula for deconstructing issues into their most basic components. . . . This book is an insightful as it is entertaining. It serves as an ideal introduction to Israel's central policy debates and, most important, to the fiery rhetoric which typically accompanies these clashes.
International Journal of Middle East Studies"


Lively, well written, and well structured, the book is a pleasure to read and a stimulating and thought provoking work by a veteran scholar of the Israeli polity. . . . It is a comprehensive analysis of policy making in Israel. At the same time, its concepts are applicable far beyond: to every country with stubborn, long-standing conflicts.
" Middle East Journal""


This book is written in the style of an essay and is easily accessible to lay readers, including undergraduate students and others not familiar with either Israel or the field of policy analysis. . . . Excellent book.
" Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies""

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