National Expenditure on Education and Health
Author: Yaakov Kop Policy Research

This paper examines public expenditure (versus government expenditure) on education and health over the past few years.

The study shows the the performance of expenditure on civilian public consumption declined markedly in 1994-1995, meaning the the public did not receive its full due for the heightened burden foisted on GDP for the delivery of these services.

This paper appears as a chapter in the Center’s annual publication, Israel’s Social Services 1996, and is available upon request.

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