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A review of “The Israeli Path to Neoliberalism” by Assaf Zimring

A review of my book, The Israeli Path to Neoliberalism: State, Continuity Change (Routledge, 2018) has just been published in the Israel Studies Review, written by Assaf Zimring. The review can be downloaded here. I think the review captures very nicely two core arguments of the book.

First, the argument regarding the primacy of the state preferences in economic policymaking:


Everything You Knew About Israeli Economy Is Wrong

A talk with Dahlia Scheindlin and Gilad Halpern about my recent book.

What does economic history have to do with a country’s national identity? In Israel’s case, a great deal. The myth of a socialist ideal morphing into a neo-liberal global powerhouse is captivating but contains far more complex processes, and many run contrary to the national self-image. Follow the gestation and birth of Israel’s economy under the shadow of war, peace and privatization in a discussion with Dr Arie Krampf about his book “The Israeli Path to Neo-Liberalism: The State, Continuity and Change.”

Link to the interview.

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