Social Service Expenditure in 1986/87: Where Do We Go From Here?
Author: Israel Katz Policy Research

The Center’s annual analysis government and national expenditure for the social services in 1986-87 generated a considerable volume of findings.

One of the most troubling findings in the study of Israel’s social situation today may be the perceptible slack in planning and implementing deliberate measures in order to prepare our social services for the future. Reinforcing such activities may help social policy makers reach more rational decisions given the choices that are still available and may even help place Israelis’ expectations of and aspirations for a better future on firmer ground.

This paper appears as a chapter in the Center’s annual publication, Israel’s Social Services 1986-1987, and is available upon request.

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