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Deganit Paikowsky

Deganit Paikowsky is a Research Fellow at the Harold Hartog School of Policy and Government and a Ph.D Candidate at the Political Science Department in Tel Aviv University. In 2006 Deganit was a visiting scholar at the "Space Policy Institute" at George Washington University in Washington DC. Previous to this position Deganit served as the project manager of "Tel Aviv Workshop of Science, Technology and Security". In 2005 Ms. Paikowsky completed her Master's Degree in International Relations with distinction (magna cum laude) in Tel Aviv University. Her research thesis focused on the impact of space technologies on warfare and force build-up in the US army and the IDF. Deganit is the holder of numerous scholarships and academic awards is a Research Fellow at the Harold Hartog School of Policy and Government and a Ph.D Candidate at the Political Science Department in Tel Aviv University. In 2006 Deganit was a visiting scholar at the "Space Policy Institute" at George Washington University in Washington DC. Previous to this position Deganit served as the project manager of "Tel Aviv Workshop of Science, Technology and Security". In 2005 Ms. Paikowsky completed her Master's Degree in International Relations with distinction (magna cum laude) in Tel Aviv University. Her research thesis focused on the impact of space technologies on warfare and force build-up in the US army and the IDF. Deganit is the holder of numerous scholarships and academic awards

Evaluation of the Space Industry

Evaluation of the Space Industry's Impact on the Israeli Economy

This project is operating under the auspices of the S. Neaman Institute and the Economics of National Security (ENS) Research Program. Its goal is to map out the interconnections between Israel's academy, national defense system and industry in light of the country's growth in space industry and in space technology R&D.
Innovation 2011 – Active Industrial Policy for leveraging Science and Technology and Israel

Innovation 2011 – Active Industrial Policy for leveraging Science and Technology and Israel's Unique Culture of Innovation.

The program commenced at the end of 2009 and ended in 2011. The project was initiated by the U.S.-Israel Science and Technology Foundation, was authorized by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Labor and led by the Chief Scientist of the Ministry. Innovation 2011 is a strategy for implementing the mission outlined in "Israel 2028 –Vision and Strategy for Economy and Society in a Global World," initiated by the U.S.-Israel Science & Technology Foundation and presented to the Government of Israel.