Demographic Changes and Social Services in Israel’s Major Cities
Author: Yaakov Kop, Joel Blankett, Dalit Sharon Policy Research

The study presented here deals with Israel’s largest cities, defined as those with a population of 100,000 or over.

It is important to focus attention on the main concentrations of population, if only because most services are delivered on the local or regional level, not on the national one. This paper helps to identify existing or potential bottlenecks and weak points in the social services in Israel’s major cities.

This paper appears as a chapter in the Center’s annual publication, Israel’s Social Services 1988-1989, and is available upon request.

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