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Abstract

The relevance of Israel’s experience in housing for comparison with other developing countries can be evaluated only on the basis of some knowledge of Israel’s general economic development, problems, and achievements. Consequently, some general background material on the Israel economy is presented first. This is followed by a discussion of developments in housing, divided into goals and developments, the roles of public and private housing and quantitative aspects. Finally, some current and future problems and prospects are considered.

Keywords

Public Housing Capital Inflow Private Saving Housing Service Private Housing 
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Copyright information

© International Economic Association 1967

Authors and Affiliations

  • Nadav Halevi
    • 1
  1. 1.Kaplan School of Economics and Social ScienceHebrew UniversityIsrael

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