Policy making in Israel: routines for simple problems and coping with the complex
"Policy Making in Israel" analyzes how the Israeli government has coped with an array of problems in its brief history--from war and terrorism attacks, to economic unrest and heavy immigration.
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Israeli Government and Politics
The Drama and Routine of Immigration
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Institutional Theory in Political Science: The 'new Institutionalism'
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