What causes changes in opinion about the Israeli-Palestinian peace process?

Author: Fielding, David; Penny, Madeline

Date: 2006-03

Publisher: University of Otago

Type: Working or discussion paper

Link to this item using this URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10523/866

University of Otago

Abstract

In this paper we present a statistical analysis of the factors that drive monthly variations in the aggregate level of support among Israeli Jews for the Oslo Peace Process. Attitudes depend on both the state of the Israeli economy and the intensity of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since the onset of the Intifada. Moreover, different dimensions of the conflict have very different effects on Jewish public opinion. In particular, there is substantial heterogeneity in the response of attitudes to conflict events on either side of the Green Line.

Subjects: Israel, Palestine, Intifada, peace process, HC Economic History & Conditions, HB Economic Theory

Citation: ["Fielding, D., & Penny, M. (2006). What causes changes in opinion about the Israeli-Palestinian peace process? (Economics Discussion Papers Series No. 601). University of Otago. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10523/866"]