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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Peace Economics Revisited
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Table of Contents
by Simcha Bahiri
by Victor Cygielman
Daily economic interaction is still the best way for Palestinians and Israelis who seek a lasting peace.
by Ezra Sadan
A good economic agreement was undermined by security and political considera tions.
by Samir HuleiIeh
Where did the Oslo concept of "peace dividends" go wrong?
by Gideon Eshet
Donor funding for improving the Palestinian infrastructure.
interview with Gavin Evans and by Isabel Candela
PNA economic policy in agriculture, industry, trade and tourism, with the Palestinians as equal partners with Israel.
by Munther Dajani
Current Status and Future Prospects
Clusters of economically competitive industries should be at the focus of Israeli-Palestinian cooperation.
by Niron Hashai
Both parties to the conflict bear responsibility for the failure to create an inviting business climate in the Palestinian economy.
by Gil Feiler
The quick provision of affordable housing is a major challenge to the Palestinian people.
by Yara Abdul Hamid
Encouraging Arab-Jewish economic cooperation within and across the Green Line.
by Sarah Kaminker
Providing investors with incentives and tackling the employment problem in Palestine.
by Abdel Malik AI-Jaber
A comprehensive set of principles and guidelines proposed by Israeli and Palestinian economists, under Norwegian auspices.
A Palestine-Israel Journal discussion: Simcha Bahiri and Leila Dabdoub with Dan Catarivas, Hassan Abu-Libdeh, Hani Abu-Dayyeh, and David Brodet.
Needed: the political courage to take sensitive decisions.
by Nazmi Ju’beh
The case for non-conventional weapons arms control and a Nuclear Weapons Free Zone in the region.
by Hillel Schenker
The paradigms of Israel‘s "national consensus" and how to pursue the political and structural requirements for peace.
by Jeff Halper
The Founding Myths of Israel by Zeev Stemhell, reviewed by Dan Leon From Class to Natioll expressed the ideological outlook of Ben-Gurion before and after statehood.
Reviewing Jerusalem‘s role as a Palestinian cultural center.
by Rania Elias
A film on love in the Jewish ultra-Orthodox Mea Shearim area in Jerusalem.
by Victor Cygielman
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi