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The Role Of Economic Advisers In Israel S Economic Policy

Author : Daniel Schiffman
ISBN : 9783319606828
Genre : Political Science
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This book illustrates the role of international economic advisors in the development of Israel’s economic policies. Based on extensive archival and historical research, it presents case studies on the policy impacts of the world-renowned advisors Michal Kalecki, Abba Lerner, Richard Kahn, Milton Friedman, Herbert Stein and Stanley Fischer. The authors evaluate the contributions of these advisors to policy developments in various fields, including international trade and capital flows, exchange rates, fiscal and monetary policy, industrial policy and labor relations. Readers will discover a wealth of previously unpublished information on these advisors’ activities, perspectives on policy and interactions with policymakers and the public. Using the Israeli experience as a guide, the authors subsequently derive general hypotheses regarding the conditions that are conducive to the success of economic advisors.
Category: Political Science

Handbook Of Research On Efficacy And Implementation Of Study Abroad Programs For P 12 Teachers

Author : An, Heejung
ISBN : 9781522510581
Genre : Education
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Study abroad programs offer a unique opportunity for students to immerse themselves within different cultural backgrounds as they continue to further their education. By experiencing this first-hand, in-service and pre-service educators are better prepared to address diversity issues within their classrooms. The Handbook of Research on Efficacy and Implementation of Study Abroad Programs for P-12 Teachers highlights program developments geared towards pre-service and in-service teachers. Featuring the pedagogical opportunities available to participants and the challenges encountered during the development and implementation of study abroad programs, this publication is a critical reference source for pre-service and in-service teachers, school administrators, higher education faculty, educational researchers, and educators in multicultural and international education programs.
Category: Education

Just An Ordinary American Extraordinarily Blessed

Author : John Thomas Reeves
ISBN : 9781477121665
Genre : Self-Help
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This book is about the journey of a lifetime of just an ordinary American who was extraordinarily blessed with life altering opportunities to grow and serve in the highest levels of Government, the Church, and elsewhere and lived to share these stories. The author is extremely grateful for the successes he has enjoyed in life and for the doors of opportunity opened to him. His desire to encourage others by sharing his experiences from a humble beginning in the foothills of North Carolina to the highest levels of Government, the Church, and travels to ancient cities of the world is the reason for this book. It is a book appropriate for all ages children and young adults who need inspiration and encouragement; more mature persons who are in their parenting and working years; and senior citizens who will be blessed by a stroll down memory lane as they recall their own lifes journey.
Category: Self-Help

From Kristallnacht To Israel

Author : Karl Rothstein
ISBN : 9781608440634
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the 1930s, as evil begins to envelope Europe, Karl Rothstein is born in Austria. As his life unfolds, he watches as Hitler's armies visit his kindergarten, order his family from their home, and arrest his father. During Kristallnacht - the night of broken glass - Karl witnesses events that will later be considered by historians to be a dress rehearsal for the Holocaust. Before World War II is over, Karl will lose his brother and grandparents, and spend years in hiding. This is the true story of one man's pilgrimage to freedom - a journey that began on the day he reported with his family to the train station, where they were to board the train to a concentration camp. Under the watchful eye of a guardian angel, Karl eventually made his way to Israel and the U.S. where he was, at last, free to live his life openly as a Jew.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Israel Experience

Author : Harvey E. Goldberg
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114010916
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Turning The Tides

Author : Eugene Elander
ISBN : 9781935991038
Genre : Fiction
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The ancient Romans asked the question: "Who will watch the watchers?"In our own age as we face the scourge of global terrorism, we must also ask a further question: "Who will turn the tides?" Each of us can play a role in answering both of those questions. The manner in which we answer them, the forms of our responses, the challenge of maintaining our humanity in the face of inhumanity, will determine the quality of our lives, and the fate of future generations as well. This book is dedicated to believing in a future which we can reach, and to reaching a future in which we can believe through the storyline of an everyday American, Eugene, who happened to participate in some extraordinary circumstances. Culminating in the development of the SCOPE and CENTURION programs, this novel is a must read for all those interested in watching the watchers and turning the tides against the forces of chaos and destruction.
Category: Fiction

Angels And Miracles Grief And Hope

Author : Pastor Jim Knotek
ISBN : 1462024696
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Pastor Jim Knotek has experienced quite a few miracles and healings among his parishioners and, especially, at home with his family. Miracles certainly fascinate us; even so, we must focus not on the miracle but on the miracle-maker, Jesus Christ. There would be no other reason for a miracle, unless Jesus was at the very center of it. He and His angels are continually watching over. Angels and miracles are interrelated, intertwined under all conditions and circumstances. As Gods children, we are in a very unique relationship with Him and His angels. Angels and Miracles, Grief and Hope, includes the word grief because most of us have had firsthand knowledge of death and grief among our immediate family, relatives, or friends. Grief and death are not pleasant thoughts, but unfortunately, we cant get away from those unwelcome intruders. The sadness and desolation of dealing with Alzheimers disease and the trauma of losing a spouse are wrapped in the knowledge that there is life after death and that Jesus Christ is God! In his memoir, Pastor Knotek tells his story and shares the glory of God and the place that miracles and angels play in the biggest miraclelife!
Category: Biography & Autobiography