By Jacob Metzer
Adopting a scientific but non-technical technique. Jacob Metzer's publication is the 1st to examine the divided financial system of necessary Palestine from the viewpoints of contemporary monetary historical past and improvement economics. whereas the prevailing literature has tended to target the Jewish financial system, this booklet explores the socio-economic attributes of either the Arab and Jewish groups in the complicated political economic climate of the interval. A concluding bankruptcy stories the uneasy checklist of Arab-Jewish fiscal coexistence within the zone of needed Palestine, composed of present-day Israel, the West financial institution and the Gaza Strip. The e-book makes an important contribution to the commercial background of the trendy center East and to an knowing of the Arab-Israeli clash. it's going to entice financial historians, improvement economists and to students within the similar fields of social and political background.
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