Dani Korn is president of the Globes Institute for International Business Studies and lecturer in political science and public policy at Tel Aviv University. Yehezkel Dror is professor emeritus of political science and public policy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Public Policy in Israel: Perspectives and Practicesby Dani Korn (Editor), Yehezkel Dror (Foreword by), Gad Barzilai (Contribution by), Miri Bitton-Zahori (Contribution by), Eliezer Don-Yehiya (Contribution by)
Public policy in Israel faces critical choices, worries Korn (political science and public policy, Tel Aviv U., Israel), many of which threaten a state of affairs wherein the "Jewish-Zionist state runs the risk of being squeezed between contending forces demanding a nationalistic religious Jewish state on the one hand, and the replacement of the Jewish state altogether by a state of all its citizens." He presents 11 contributions that survey public policy issues such as water resource management, immigrant absorption, privatization, social service provision, and archaeological policy. Other papers look at the structures and actors of policy making. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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