Tel-Aviv, Palestine Publishing Co. Ltd., 1939. Paperback. Item #37919

First separate edition. Original paper wrappers. 8vo. 15 pages; 22.5 cm. “The swift and apparently inexorable process of Jewish dispossession in many Central and Eastern European countries makes the early issue of such a Jewish National Loan a possible medium of saving at least a fraction of Jewish property. Had Jewish means been in time invested to a larger extent in Palestine, the tragedy of Jewish dispossession in Germany and Austria today might have been far less calamitous. ” A detailed account of the financing issues and potential solutions for infrastructure in Palestine. Granovsky explains how the donation based financing system was unsustainable for the needs of the developing country and suggests potential new long term solutions such as loans, “living legacy, ” and joint land purchase. Reprinted from the ‘Palestine and Middle East Economic Magazine, ’ January, 1939. SUBJECT (S) : Economics, Financing, Palestine. OCLC lists 7 holdings worldwide. Minimal staining and toning. One light pencil mark that does not affect text. Very good + condition. (zion-11-26).

Price: $145.00

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