Outline for Israel Research

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Outline for Israel Research

Post a comprehensive outline for your research project. Use the numbered outline format, as follows:
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Here is my annotated bibliography for this project …
Global Business Cultural Analysis Annotated Bibliography
Business outlook: Israel. (2011). Country Monitor, 19(22), 9-9. Retrieved from
https://search.proquest.com/docview/877024196?accountid=12085

 
The resounding theme in this article is the uncertainty of the political outlook of Israel. The author attributes this to the dependence of the prime minister’s coalition on the support of many small parties having different and conflicting agendas. The article highlights the growth of Israel’s Real GDP 4.7% to 6.8% in 2010 and 2011 respectively and how the growth momentum could be hindered by the challenging political circumstances due to the nature of politics in Israel. This article is helpful to my research because it penetrates into Israel politics, highlighting fragmentation of coalition into parties and how this affects governmental control.

 
Carrison, D. (2009). Israel’s model of business resiliency. Industrial Management, 51(5), 18.
Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/501799980?accountid=12085

 
This article outlines the lessons to be learned from Israel’s business community experience in 2000-2004. The author acknowledges the fact that high performance calls for high morale. He emphasizes that internal business environment should be more conducive for employees than the external environment for them to exhibit high performance, and this can be attained through solicitous leadership. This article contains vital information on the leadership lessons learned from Israel’s experience that can add value to my research.
Friedman, R. (2010, Aug 13). It’s just business… and personal of goods to Israel every year.
Jerusalem Post. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/747422271?
accountid=12085

 
The author gives a complication of reactions from Israel leaders towards recent allegations that Palestine is economically independent of Israel. The leaders highlight that it is unavoidable for Palestinians to work with Israelis given that Palestinians import Israeli goods of about $3 billion and exports goods to Israel of about $400 million annually. The IPCC has been working hard to create opportunities for increased cooperation between Palestinian and Israeli business people, and therefore, the Israeli leaders believe these claims of economic independency has originated from Palestinian political aspirants. This article has revealed the state of interdependence between Palestine and Israel, and hence is useful in my research.

 
HARRIS, L. (2006, Jun 14). Tax benefits for foreign residents doing business in Israel.
Jerusalem Post. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/319586805?
accountid=12085
The author outlines the tax benefits that apply to foreigners who engage in business within Israel but are not Israeli residents. The article contains detailed descriptions of various instances that qualify for tax benefits and the percentage tax benefits in each case. This article will be useful in my research as it provides information on tax benefits offered by Israel to businesses people having foreign residence.

 
HARRIS, L. (2006, Nov 15). Things to consider when starting a business in Israel. Jerusalem
Post. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/319607196?accountid=12085

 
This article gives clear and concise insights on what to take into consideration prior to exploring a business opportunity in Israel. It looks into issues of company laws, payable taxes and other unavoidable expenses that can be overlooked if a person is not careful enough before starting a business. This resource will provide useful assessment on the possible financial requirements a business person should consider in positioning himself better for business success.

 
Israel business and taxation: Guide to conducting business in Israel // review. (1989). CA
Magazine, 122(5), 25-25. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/
203910215?accountid=12085
This journal article provides a clear guide on how to conduct a business in Israel. It highlights the possible business opportunities, financial sources and its applicable laws, employment regulations and the nature of taxation in Israel. It provides useful insight for anyone intending to start a business in the region and therefore, this is an important source of information for my research.

 
Leo, P. D. (1999). Small business in Israel. Journal of Small Business Management, 37(4), 73-
79. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/221003462?accountid=12085
This journal article examines the events behind the rapid changes in Israel’s economy beginning with the mid-1990s initiatives and reforms. It emphasizes the fact that the country has had a combination of stable economic infrastructure and indicators of high economic growth, which is an unusual occurrence. The author realizes that Israel has promoted industrial developments while, on the other hand, has done very little to promote small businesses. This is a vital resource for my research because it studies the economy of Israel over the last few decades.

 

 

 

 

 
Mark, S. S. (2012). The state of business ethics in Israel: A light unto the nations? Journal of
Business Ethics, 105(4), 429-446. doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10551-011-0975-x

 
This article examines the present condition of business ethics in the nation of Israel by exploring the extent to which education on business ethics has been carried out as well as examining the presence of elements of recognized corporate ethics programs within the country. It also explores perceptions towards the business ethics state by conducting interviews. Towards the end, the paper provides some reasons behind the current unethical business behaviors in Israel and gives recommendations on the way corporations can better promote an ethical culture. Therefore this paper will be useful in my research because it looks into the business ethical issues in the country of interest.
Rhodes, F. (2004), The peace business: Money and power in the Palestine-Israel conflict.
Middle East, 6, 65-65. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/220638187?
accountid=12085

 
This article provides a review of the book entitled “The peace business: Money and power in the Palestine-Israel conflict” by Markus Bouillon. According to the author, the book gives a new analysis of the peace plan in these two regions that has attracted global attention. Bouillon explores the important role played by both business and money by giving a genuine analysis of all sides. The book studies the evolution and effects of business cooperation in the peace process years in the Middle East that was ended by the explosion of 2000 Intifada. This article will provide a vital contribution to my research especially in the aspect of peace versus business in the Middle East.

 
Rosen, A. (2008, Apr 30). Israel ranked higher as business location: The economist intelligence
unit survey for 2008-2012 places Israel 22nd. Denmark is top. McClatchy – Tribune Business News. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview
/465337934?accountid=12085

 
The author brings into focus the business rankings model in which Israel is ranked higher (22nd position) in the 2008-2012 Economist Intelligence Unit survey compared to the 2003-2007 survey (25th position). The model examined ten different criterion including the macroeconomic environment, the political environment, policy on completion and free enterprise, market opportunities, policy on foreign investment, financing, foreign exchange and trade controls, taxes, infrastructure and labor market. Israel was top in the Middle East in its potential to offer best business climate, and this was mainly attributed to the structural reforms in the country. This article will be helpful in this research as it compares Israel’s business market with international markets.

 
Sormani, A. (2002). Israel: Business as usual? European Venture Capital & Private Equity
Journal, 5, 1-1. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/202842282?
accountid=12085

 
The article discusses the circumstances behind the low investment in Israel despite the presence of adequate deal flow, rich technology, and favorable business climate. The author highlights shortage of funds as one of the reasons for low investment. She adds that the political instability in the region has also led to reluctance by foreign investors to show commitment to Israel funds. Thus, this resource will provide information on the factors hindering Israel from attaining its full economic potential.

 
Stone, A. (2002, Oct 25). Fair or foul? Do Israel fairs really help Israeli artisans and merchants?
or do they impair local business people? Baltimore Jewish Times, 268, 21-21. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/222799373?accountid=12085

 
This paper gives insights into the possible consequences of Israel hosting an Expo in the nation’s economy with a special focus on local business people. It contains arguments from both sides, that is, the organizers of the event and the local business dealers. Although the local business people agree that the event has benefits, they also fear that hosting it would erode their livelihoods. Therefore, this article provides important information on the circumstances that make it difficult to host business events that could otherwise accelerate economic growth in Israel.

 
The Promised Land needs people; Demography and business in Israel. (2012, Jan 21). The
Economist, 402, 70. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/917172492?
accountid=12085

 
This journal gives a clear and an extensive description of Israel’s demographics and how it affects business in the region. The author argues that Israel needs immigrants to conduct business as there are unprecedented business opportunities yet there is a skills shortage in firms. Thus, this article will be useful in providing information concerning the number of skilled entrepreneurs available to

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