Mironi examines the dispute between the Israel Medical Association and the Israeli government. Drawing upon in-depth interviews with the arbitrators and the parties' representatives and counsels, as well as upon the extensive litigation and transcripts of the arbitration proceedings and award, the process-oriented aspects of the arbitration are emphasized. The disputes between the IMA and the government have never been only about money, but also have been about voice, the future status of public healthcare, and the doctors' professional quality of life.
Mordehai (Moti) Mironi,
Experimenting with Alternative Dispute Resolution as a Means for Peaceful Resolution of Interest Labor Disputes in Public Healthcare—A Case Study ,
74 Law and Contemporary Problems
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