"The Arab Minority in Israel's Economy" looks at the Arab population as an integral, albeit disadvantaged, part of Israeli society. Using data from a 30 year period, the book looks at Arab participation in the economy, and especially in the labour market. Taking an ethnic competition perspective, the book explores the extent of inequality, uncovering the institutional and social processes that influence it. The authors examine the role of local labour markets and individual human resources, giving special attention to the growing labour force participation of Arab women. Although the Arab community in Israel has been studied in the past, this evaluation is unique in its detailed analysis of employment activity within and outside of the Arab sector and in jointly examining Arabs and Jews in the stratification system.