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Economic Monitor no. 64/2020

Year: 2021
Category: Publications
(MAS) is pleased to present to our readers and the general public the annual issue (2020) of the Economic Monitor. The publication of this issue comes one year after the Monitor first appeared in its renewed and updated appearance. This is the fruit of the work of the Institute’s research staff, in cooperation with its three partners: the Palestine Monetary Authority (PMA), the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS), and the Palestine Capital Markets Authority (PCMA). This issue covers all economic developments in 2020, with additional commentary on the fourth quarter specifically.
Background Paper Roundtable (6) Palestinian Interaction with the Geography of Colonialism How to Circumvent Israe
Author: Mas Staff
Year: 2021
Category: Conference Papers
How to Circumvent Israel’s System of Control over Trade within the West Bank, based on the contribution of researcher Mr. Walid Habbas
Economic Monitor no. 63/2020
Author: Mas Staff
Year: 2021
Category: Publications
GDP: GDP grew during Q3 2020, Employment and Unemployment, ublic Finance Net public revenues and grants declined by 47%,reaching NIS 1.3bn, Banking Sector: Credit facilities increased by 3% compared with the previous quarter,Inflation and prices: During Q3 2020
PALESTINIAN ECONOMIC BULLETIN - 178 July 2021
Author: Mas Staff
Year: 2021
Category: Publications
Between 6-13 June, Palestinian individuals and businesses across Palestine and Israel participated in Palestine Economic Week Several initiatives were launched this past month to aid micro, small and medium enterprises The Gaza Rapid Damage and Needs Assessment report was published on 6 July revealing the cost of the physical damage and economic losses resulting from the recent military escalation in the Gaza Strip Al-Quds Index increased by 1.3% in June compared to the previous month, reaching 539.9 points on the last day of trading
A Financial New Deal for Palestine
Author:  RAJA KHALIDI
Year: 2021
Category: Reports
The COVID-19 economic shock and the recent conflict with Israel highlight the importance of boosting the Palestinian economy. For starters, the International Monetary Fund should acknowledge Palestine’s fiscal progress over the past quarter-century, and offer it a financial New Deal with upgraded status.
THE ISRAELI CIVIL ADMINISTRATION’S ECONOMIC INTERVENTIONS IN THE OCCUPIED WEST BANK

Year: 2021
Category: Periodicals
In recent years, the Israeli Civil Administration has been trying to unilaterally disavow the provisions of the Oslo Agreement and its annexes, gradually imposing itself as an alternative to the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) and its Ministries.
Developing the Competitiveness of Palestinian Products and Increasing Market Share: Fabricated Metal Products
Author: Ali Jabareen, Wafa Bitawi
Year: 2021
Field:  Policies to Promote Investment
Category: Studies & Papers
Assessing the Health and Economic Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Palestine
Author: Mohammad Abu-Zaineh, Sameera Awawda
Year: 2021
Field: Macroeconomics and Development Climate
Category: Studies & Papers
Consultative Forum on Comprehensive Social Protection

Year: 2021
Field: Draft Laws Review and Governance Related Issues
Category: Studies & Papers