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The Ongoing Transformation of Haredi Population in Israel
This report, published by the Research Center for Haredi Society at the JIIS traces some main aspects of the changes undergone by the haredi population, as well as the meaning of these changes, particularly with the growing numbers of haredim involved in academic studies and gainful employment

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New: SPREE Project
SPREE is a three-year project within the environment theme, under the Seventh Framework Program (FP7). It was initiated by the JIIS and is executed in cooperation with 10 partners (consisting of public bodies and leading research institutes) from 7 different Member states & Associated Countries. The aim of SPREE project is to identify potential “Servicizing Policies Packages” and simulate their effect on absolute decoupling of economic growth and resource use, within three sectors: water, mobility and agri-food.
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Regional Development of the Galilee: Targeted policy for promoting the biotechnology sector
The challenge of achieving economic and social growth on the regional level occupies policymakers around the world. Regional development of the Galilee is an essential part of Israel’s policy agenda. For cases in which a sector has already been identified and prioritized, the TARGET project (FP7) was designed recently by JIIS and other international partners. The methodological approach developed in TARGET can serve as the basis for designing and implementing successful regional policy in the Galilee.

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TARGET Project
“TARGET”- A Targeted R&D (Research and Development) policy has been developed by the Innovation Policy Center in cooperation with 7 other nations and with funding by the EU.
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JIIS' policy research report on enhancing R&D Collaboration as a tool for supporting SMEs: potential implications for the EEN
This policy research report on R&D international cooperation continues the previous research concerning the Israeli Incubation Program. While the previous report argued that the Incubation Program is a significant player in encouraging entrepreneurs who wish to build a new technology-based firm (start-up), the current study indicates that international R&D collaboration projects serves as a crucial element for supporting the realization of these new technology-based ventures into viable SMEs.
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The Ultra-Orthodox: Fearing for Their Future
Many changes have taken place in the Ultra-Orthodox population in recent years as a result of the development of new options for academic and professional training for this sector. A real need for the assessment of these programs and frameworks has developed, which will entail an evaluation of the suitability of these frameworks to the needs of the population for which it is intended and the level of willingness of young Ultra-Orthodox to take advantage of them. The goal of this research is to examine the attitudes of the Ultra-Orthodox towards the pursuit of academic education and to identify the primary obstacles to their integration into different paths of academic study.
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Summary of the JIIS' Study of Israeli Incubation Program
The Israeli Technological Incubators Program was established as part of the immigrant absorption from the Soviet Union at the 90th. It was a common perception that a large portion of the immigrants included engineers and other professionals with scientific knowledge and initiative abilities, which due to a variety of difficulties concerning the absorption in the new country, could be unutilized. During the following years, the incubator program was seen as a significant player in supporting and encouraging young entrepreneurs who wish to build an initiative technology-based firm. In addition, today they are conceived as an important instrument in promoting and developing of the Israeli periphery.
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Regional Innovation Strategy to Promote Growth in Jerusalem
The J-RIS project was launched in June 2005 to identify issues that could contribute to the economic development of Jerusalem. This goal is of special importance given the character and status of Jerusalem, which despite being the capital of Israel and its national/historical/principle importance to all of Israel’s residents, has remained a poor city. the J-RIS project identified several potential growth engines that could help improve the economic situation of Jerusalem:Education of Haredim, New Media, Jerusalem as a City of Knowledge and Industry

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Final Report on Bio-Link Project
The quality of scientific research in Europe is undisputed, but turning academic research into viable businesses requires considerable support. The entrepreneurs in the biotechnology industry are mostly scientists and researchers from academic institutions and as such, lack the business skills and experience necessary to succeed. Realizing this need, many regions have implemented specific measures to support biotechnology start- up companies. Technology incubators specializing in biotechnology (bioincubators) have become a key instrument in the fostering of the biotechnology industry.

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