Weaponising revenue controls: dominance of Israel over Palestine

Dalia Alazzeh, Shahzad Uddin

Research output: Other contribution


The Oslo Agreement of 1993 extended a promise of self-governance to the Palestinian Authority, allowing control over aspects such as direct taxation, education, social welfare, tourism, and healthcare. This signified the possibility of future negotiations addressing crucial issues like Palestinian refugees, Israeli settlements, borders, and other unresolved matters. However, these negotiations never came to fruition. Our research examines whether Israel has indeed allowed Palestinians to have any authority over the agreed-upon areas, focusing specifically on tax revenues. Oslo II, comprising seven annexes, established the framework for governing these relations.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputInternet
PublisherBritish Sociological Association
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 17 Nov 2023


  • Israel
  • Palestine
  • revenue control


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