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The Publications Unit provides editorial, translation, and publishing services for the research staff and collaborating organizations. To date, the Institute has published almost 1400 publications in various fields of research. Publications from 2000 and onwards can be downloaded in full text from the Institute website.

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 January 2010 – April 2014

 

 

 

 

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Attracting Medical Residents to the Periphery and to Medical Specialties in Crisis following the 2011 Collective Agreement

Attracting Medical Residents to the Periphery and to Medical Specialties in Crisis following the 2011 Collective Agreement

2017
The 65+ Population in Israel: Statistical Abstract 2016

The 65+ Population in Israel: Statistical Abstract 2016

2017
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Eshet Chayil (Woman of Valor) Program

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Eshet Chayil (Woman of Valor) Program

This report presents a cost-benefit analysis of the Eshet Chayil program implemented by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MOLSA).
2017
External Publication: JDC 2016 Impact Measurement and Evaluation Update

External Publication: JDC 2016 Impact Measurement and Evaluation Update

As part of a new partnership with MJB, JDC is expanding its M&E capacity across the worldwide organization, at the global, regional, and program level. Each region and division is implementing M&E in ways that are at once unified and customized for regional specific needs. his report is designed to provide an overview of major directions in each region and divisions as well as highlights of findings of major studies.
2017
External Publication: Employment of General Disability Allowance Recipients following Amendment 109 of the National Insurance Law (Laron Law):  Promoting and Obstructing Factors

External Publication: Employment of General Disability Allowance Recipients following Amendment 109 of the National Insurance Law (Laron Law): Promoting and Obstructing Factors

The Laron Amendment was designed to encourage GDA recipients to integrate into employment or to expand their participation in it. To evaluate the implications of the amendment for the employment status of GDA recipients, the National Insurance Institute (NII) initiated a follow-up study, onducted in conjunction with the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute (MJB).
2017
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