Summary of Findings – Israel’s Social Services 2008
Author: Taub Center staff Policy Briefs

This is a summary of findings in each policy area from the Taub Center’s annual publication, Israel’s Social Services 2008.

The following policy areas are reviewed: Economic Developments; Employment, Unemployment and Wages; Government Expenditure on Social Services; The Education System; The Health Care System; Personal Social Services; The Social Security System; The 2008 Social Survey.

This appears as a chapter in the Center’s annual publication, Israel’s Social Services 2008, Yaakov Kop (editor).

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