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Toward Fiscal Sustainability for Jerusalem
Financial Innovations Lab: July 15th, 2018. The lab will focus on issues such as: How to build a development plan for the region that will create a stable, sustainable fiscal base for the Municipality?, and will aim to identify practical and innovative development tools, including municipal financing approaches that will be helpful to address the s...
Forever in our hearts? - The Fourth "Jerusalem Days" conference
The Jerusalem institute for policy research is participating in The Fourth "Jerusalem Days" conference. The conference topic is the national, international and theological status of Jerusalem from the 19th century to the present, in thought and deed...
Jerusalem- Facts and Trends 2018
The publication “Facts and Trends 2018" presents an up-to-date understanding of Jerusalem on a wide range of topics, including demography, employment, education, construction, and tourism. The publication is intended to summarize the main findings of the Institute’s annual Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem. ...
The Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem 2018 Edition
The Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem, edited by Dr. Maya Choshen, presents a comprehensive view of Jerusalem as reflected in the data. The Yearbook is a collection of population, migration, construction, tourism and other data, presented in various groupings and comparisons, such as Israel's large cities, ethnic and religious groups, and neig...
Polarized Labor Integration
Polarized Labor Integration: East Jerusalem Palestinians in the City's Employment Market, examines the labor market for East Jerusalem Palestinians in the Israeli arena and in the immediate context of the urban space shared by the two parts of the city....
The Eroding Status-Quo POWER STRUGGLES ON THE TEMPLE MOUNT
The events of September 2015 are only one link in the chain of events surrounding the TM/HS in recent years and eroded what had been the accepted status-quo. This study aims to lay the foundation for a well-thoughtout Israeli policy regarding the TM/HS and to present alternative approaches to the authorities responsible for this sensitive site....
Statistical Column- our blog: Discover the meaning behind the data
The Jerusalem Institute's Blog - A pool of information, interpertations of day to day data and the trends that stand out....
Research & Analysis
The American Embassy's transfer to Jerusalem: Does it threaten the peace process?
In Jerusalem on May 14, a ceremony will take place, dedicating the United States Embassy in its new location in Jerusalem. Read and Watch Professor Yitzhak Reiter briefly summarize the history of Jerusalem and its evolving international status, from the late 1940s until now. Reiter explains international response to these changes, including that of...
Residents, Not Citizens: Israeli Policy towards the Arabs in East Jerusalem, 1967-2017
On June 11, 1967, the government of Israel held its very first meeting since the sweeping victory of the Six Day War. At this meeting it adopted a decision to annex East Jerusalem, incorporating it into the State of Israel. The central issue of this book is how the status of the Arab residents who lived in the territory annexed by Israel was determ...
Contested Holy Places in Israel-Palestine
Over the last twenty years, there has been a growing understanding that conflicts in or over holy places differ from other territorial conflicts. By providing a thorough and systematic analysis of the social, economic, and political conditions that fuel conflicts over holy sites and the conditions that create tolerance or conflict, this book will b...
The R2PI project: Transition from Linear to Circular Economy
The R2PI project is a three-year project within the environment theme of Horizon 2020 (H2020) of the European Union. The project began in November 2016 and is due to end in October 2019 with a total funding of 3 million Euros....
Research Project on the topic of Arab neighborhoods in East Jerusalem
The Arab neighborhoods of East Jerusalem are in a way "Terra Incognita," both to the public and to government authorities. This is true despite the fact that Jerusalem holds a central place in the conflict. This new research project seeks to expose the social, economic and political characteristics in these areas. ...
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