The intifada and its impact on the banking system in the state of Israel.: An article from: American Economist
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- Publication Date:March 22, 1993
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From the supplier: An analysis of the Israeli banking industry is presented. It divides the country into the Israel zone, as demarcated by pre-1967 boundaries, and the West Bank-Gaza Strip region to measure the Intifada's effect on deposit and loan activities in the two sectors. The resulting econometric models indicate that, from a banking viewpoint, the Intifada has adversely affected the West Bank-Gaza Strip sector more than the Israeli sector.
Title: The intifada and its impact on the banking system in the state of Israel.
Author: Philip Levine
Publication: American Economist (Refereed)
Date: March 22, 1993
Publisher: Omicron Delta Epsilon
Volume: v37 Issue: n1 Page: p68(4)
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