GOV 1106 – The Political Economy of Israel
Instructor: Arie Krampf
Meeting Time: T, Th 1:30pm-2:45pm
How Israel—a small, semi-peripheral, late-developing country located in a geopolitically unstable region—shaped its growth model and adjusted it to a changing global environment? This question stands at core of the course. The course provides a long-term outlook at the economic history of Israel and its transformations. Its primary focus is on the economic, social, national and geopolitical factors that shaped its growth models and their transformations.
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