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by Lev Luis Grinberg

Author: Lev Luis Grinberg
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: SUNY Press (September 3, 1991)
Pages: 202 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.3
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by Lev Luis Grinberg. This books examines the structural constraints and dynamic processes of Israel's political economy by a unique combination of neo-corporatist and dual market approaches.

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International Journal of Middle East Studies. Lev Luis Grinberg, English Français. International Journal of Middle East Studies. Lev Luis Grinberg, Split Corporatism in Israel, SUNY Series in Israeli Studies (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991). Pp. 211. Peter Demant (a1).

Bibliographic Details  . Grinberg demonstrates that this combination of theories provides a better framework for the analysis of the last decade of political and economic crises in Israel.

Bibliographic Details Publisher: SUNY Press. Book Condition: Very Good. The author focuses on the Israeli workers' organization, the Histadrut, its historical development and structure, and its relations with workers, employers, the Labor party, and the state on both economic and political levels.

Recent trends in contemporary Israeli society, politics, economics, and culture are also explored. Neil Caplan is Coordinator of the Humanities Department and Jewish Studies Programme at Vanier College.

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I published then two books Split Corporatism in Israel (1991) and The Histadrut Above all (1993). Later on I attempted to decode the protracted Israeli-Palestinian conflict since its beginning during the pre-state period until Oslo. On this question I published Contested Memory (2000) Imagined Peace Discourse of War (2007) and Politics and Violence in Israel/Palestine (2010). Since then I am studying the relation between economic greiviances and resistance to power of different social groups – ethnic, class, national and "popular".

Israeli labor law provides a number of protections to workers in Israel. They are governed by the Basic Laws, the Hours of Work and Rest Law, as well as various other laws, statutes, and regulations. Labor unions are legal in Israel, and about one-third of the workforce is unionized. The Histadrut, a large federation of trade unions, has a prominent place in Israel's economy and society. Workers in most industries have a right to strike provided a fifteen-day notice of intention to strike is given

This books examines the structural constraints and dynamic processes of Israel's political economy by a unique combination of neo-corporatist and dual market approaches. Grinberg demonstrates that this combination of theories provides a better framework for the analysis of the last decade of political and economic crises in Israel.The author focuses on the Israeli workers' organization, the Histadrut, its historical development and structure, and its relations with workers, employers, the Labor party, and the state on both economic and political levels. By examining the unique structure of the Histadrut, the author explains the most distinctive feature of contemporary corporatism in Israel, namely the contrast between the business and public sectors.