Government Social Spending in the 1980s
Author: Yaakov Kop, Joel Blankett, Dalit Sharon Policy Research

With the approval of the 1988 state budget, almost three years have passed since the economic program to curb inflation and stabilize Israel’s economy. The stabilization program focused on reducing government expenditure in an effort to reduce demand and stop inflation.

This paper appears as a chapter in the Center’s annual publication, Israel’s Social Services 1987-1988. This year it did not appear in English translation.

The Hebrew publication is available upon request.

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