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This book is the first comprehensive examination of the evolution of executive governance in Israel. It describes and analyzes the political and bureaucratic structures and processes that led to the predominance of the executive in policy-making and : Executive Governance in Israel (Advances in Political Science) 1st ed.
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It also analyzes recent political and. xi, pages: 23 cm "This is the first comprehensive examination of the evolution of executive governance in Israel. The book describes and analyses the political and bureaucratic structures and processes that led to the predominance of the executive in policymaking and : The book describes and analyzes the political and bureaucratic structures and processes that led to the predominance of the executive in policymaking and governance.
It also analyzes recent political and administrative reforms and their consequences on the Knesset, political parties, governing coalitions and non-elected public authorities.
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