This paper inspects the political economic situation of Palestinians living within Israel, and how Zionism and the foundations of the state segregate and segment economy, treating the Jewish economy as the national one and the Palestinian one as a regional underdeveloped one. The author then goes onto inspect various socio-economic signifiers such as access to economy and development, as well as their access to educational resources and the amount that manages to attend higher education, infrastructure disparities between Jewish and non-Jewish neighborhoods in Israel in funding and support and the effects of liberalization of the economy.
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Decolonizing Palestinian Political Economy: De-development and Beyond