Reforming Consumer Insolvency Policy in Israel
Author: Asher Meir
November 18, 2015
This Policy Brief finds that the treatment of debtors who fall behind on their debts in Israel is harsh relative to other countries.
The sanctions imposed are severe, and the opportunities for debtors to extricate themselves from debt and to proceed with their lives are limited. In light of this, the study presents a recommendation for comprehensive reform in the credit market that will be an improvement for both debtors and the credit market.
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