This paper examines the abilities of the ministries of education and welfare in Israel to implement their policies and programs on the municipal level. Significantly, each provides services which are the primary responsibility of the national government. The focus is on the vertical administrative linkages between the national ministries, municipalities, and other bodies involved in the implementation of ministry policy. The issue to be dealt with is the degree to which these linkages help the respective ministries to implement these policies and the extent to which local authorities and others influence these policies.
|Number of pages||19|
|Journal||Social Service Review|
|State||Published - 1 Jun 1982|