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Israel's technology economy, origins and impact, by David Rosenberg

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Israel's technology economy, origins and impact, by David Rosenberg
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Israel's technology economy
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Responsibility statement
by David Rosenberg
Series statement
Middle East in Focus
Sub title
origins and impact
Summary
This book documents how Israel emerged as one of the world's leading centers of high technology over the last three decades and the impact that it has had, or failed to have, on the wider economy and politics. Based on the study of start-up companies, the project attributes the rise of Israel's tech economy to its unique history, political system, and culture, and shows how those same factors have failed it in the quest to diversify its economy to make it more inclusive and equitable. This work will interest economists, political scientists, Israeli studies academics, investors, policy makers, journalists, and business readers. David Rosenberg is Business Editor and Commentator for the Israeli daily newspaper Ha'aretz. He has reported on Israeli economics and politics for close to three decades for Bloomberg, The Jerusalem Post, and Reuters. He is the author of Cloning Silicon Valley.
Table Of Contents
1: Introduction -- 2: Origins -- 3: Israel as a Knowledge Economy I -- 4: Israel as a Knowledge Economy II -- 5: The Enterprise as Product -- 6: Entrepreneurism -- 7: Human Capital – Tangibles -- 8: Human Capital – Intangibles -- 9: Inequality -- 10: Outsiders I – Israeli Arabs -- 11: Outsiders II – The Ultra-Orthodox -- 12: Conclusions
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