Rapidly falling birthrates point to a wider social phenomenon: Israeli Arabs are aspiring to ever-higher standards of living and education by having fewer and fewer children
It all hinges on how lawmakers structure a ceiling on consumer credit that would apply to bank and non-bank lenders. The public has taken little notice
Israel’s roads are going to get even more crowded if more money isn’t spent building infrastructure. A public-private partnership could be the answer
A tie-up with low-income, right-wing, traditional Bat Yam may well create a different demographic balance.
The debate over raising the retirement age flies in the face of the reality that, on average, women work to nearly 67.
The Ashkenazi Independent Education System receives $326 million in taxpayer funds annually but wards off government oversight. And too bad it shuns standardized tests.
Draft rules for nonbanking loan market focuses on who controls lenders.
Industry is only responsible for a quarter of the air pollution in the northern Israeli city - the bigger problem rests with the public.
Investors are being offered Israel's first social-impact bonds, which pay an attractive return to holders if the universities succeed in graduating more of their students, getting more government aid in the process
'Betterment tax grants' – that's the government's euphemism for what in practice is an exemption for the first nine months of the year from betterment taxes.