National Expenditure on Education and Health – 1985
Author: Gur Ofer Policy Research

This chapter analyzes public policy in the spheres of education and health services and proposes alternative policy options for the future.

First, we expand the discussion to include expenditures on social services by all active participants in the social field in addition to the central government. In other words, we explore national expenditure, including the activity of the private and the non-profit organization sectors, which complement the government activity.

This paper appears as a chapter in the Center’s annual publication, Changing Social Policy: Israel 1985-1986, and is available upon request.

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