The Institute for Structural Reforms has been dealing with national housing policy for over a decade. The institute proposes a comprehensive, long-term national housing policy with clear goals and objectives that is not subject to changes in government. Our plan is based on solutions for various segments of the population, especially vulnerable groups, young couples, the elderly, and the middle class.
Social economic Inequality
We investigate wealth and income and intangible wealth Inequality. Wealth of this kind does not originate from land or natural resources and has no physical or financial manifestation. It includes intellectual assets and is sourced from human capital. Intangible wealth serves as a supplementary indicator to other measures of a nation's wealth, stability, and strength.
The healthcare system in Israel is fundamentally a universal public system. Medical institutions benefit from big data gathered from their clients (us - the patients), saving billions on experiments and data collection. Every individual has property rights over their own body, which means that the financial gain and information derived from this data should also be made accessible to us - the clients. This way, we can advance a socially responsible, accessible, and beneficial healthcare system for all.All articles >
The Institute for Structural Reforms aims to promote research and reforms in the field of AI to reduce economic and social inequality. For example, focusing on AI in education can help bridge the gap between children and teenagers in central areas and those in peripheral regions. Initiatives like these can lead to increased employment opportunities and higher incomes for marginalized populations.All articles >
Poverty Fundamentalism and Terror
How is the relationship between poverty, extreme religious beliefs, and terrorism maintained in the Gaza Strip? We are investigating this question in Israel and in other countries around the world, from the perspective of political economy, policy, and so on. For example, how has Israeli policy in the Gaza Strip closure affected the voting patterns of Palestinians?All articles >
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The Institute for Structural Reforms has been engaged in the field of national housing policy for over a decade. The Institute proposes a program of broad, long-term national housing policy with clear goals and objectives, which is not subject to an exchange of government. Our program is based on solutions for the different segments of the population and especially for the weaker strata, young couples, the elderly and the middle class.
This type of wealth does not originate from land or natural resources, and has no physical or financial embodiment. It includes intellectual assets, and is derived from human capital. Intangible wealth is a complementary indicator For other indicators of measuring the wealth of nations, their stability and strength.
The health care system in Israel at its roots is a universal public system. Medical institutions benefit from the big data they collect from their customers (us patients) and thus save billions of shekels on the operation of trials and data aggregation. A person has a property right over his body and therefore the financial profit and information generated from the use of this data should be streamed and accessible to us customers as well. Thus, we will promote socially advanced, accessible and working medicine for the common good.
How does the link between poverty, religious extremism and terrorism exist in the Gaza Strip? We study this question in Israel and also in other countries of the world, from the perspective of political economy, policy, etc. For example, how Israeli policy in closing the Gaza Strip affected voting patterns of Palestinians
The Institute for Structural Reforms aims to promote research and reforms in the field of AI for the reduction of economic-social inequality. For example, between the children and boys of the center and the periphery, already within the educational system. Such moves will lead to the promotion of employment opportunities and increased incomes of disadvantaged populations. The institute is working on studies on the subject and soon the products will come up. We urge people involved in the matter to cooperate with us.
The Institute also deals with other research areas such as poverty, fundamentalism and terrorism, the Israel Wealth Fund, intellectual property and private property, capital centralization and social privatization, etc.