April 11, 2018
For the first time in a long time, there are grounds for serious concern about the direction of Israeli economic policy and hence for the well-being of the economy. This issue presents a detailed analysis of the country’s fiscal situation and why, despite the excellent record and significant achievements in this sphere over the last fifteen years, fiscal policy has become the weak link in what is still a generally strong macro-economic position.
April 11, 2018
The Landau Report is a unique newsletter, aimed at corporations, financial institutions and other entities active in Israel. Starting where the mainstream media leave off, The Landau Report has for 20 years provided original insights and analysis in five essential areas: A] Regional Developments B] Domestic Politics C] Macro-economics D] Corporate Affairs E] Financial Markets Click here now for the […]» Read more
December 20, 2017
After years of blessed boredom, during which Israel was able to watch regional developments from the sidelines with very limited direct involvement, the second half of 2017 has seen a dramatic change. Granted, during this period the pace of events across the entire region has accelerated, but from Israel’s vantage point, the change that has taken place is qualitative, not merely more of the same.
July 18, 2017
This issue examines several topics, whose only common thread is ‘Arabs’, but whose substance is very different. The topics under discussion span both Section A] Regional Developments and also Section B] Domestic Politics.
30th April 2017 This issue is devoted to Section B: Domestic Politics, because much has happened and further developments can be expected– probably culminating in the collapse of the current coalition and the fall of the Likud-led government. The analysis presented takes the view that there is no objective reason for the government to fall so soon and no rational […]» Read more
January 16, 2017
I will admit, with some pride, that this newsletter is now in its twenty-first year. As I often say to prospective subscribers, if highly intelligent people are still paying to read it, it must be answering a need and I must be doing something right.