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Miriam Erez

Senior Research Fellow and Israel Prize Laureate on the Study of Administration Sciences
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merez@ie.technion.ac.il
שדרוג המערכת הכלכלית בצפון

Upgrading the Economic System of the North

In mid-2014, SNI joined a venture with the Ministry of Economic and Industrie, aimed at drafting a plan for substantial improvement of the economic status of the North. During 2015, the project was completed and a summary report, which includes an analysis of the socioeconomic situation in the north, and recommendations to realize change-generating infrastructure anchors and non-linear growth generators, was submitted to the Government.
Innovativeness in the Traditional Industry

Innovativeness in the Traditional Industry

A joint venture of the Center for Innovation and Knowledge, Faculty of Industrial and Management, Technion and the Samuel Neaman Institute.
Balancing Innovation, Quality and Efficiency in R&D Organizations

Balancing Innovation, Quality and Efficiency in R&D Organizations

During 2004-5, our study focused on how to manage innovation while maintaining quality and efficiency in R&D organizations. We suggest that successful management of new product development is crucial for the competitiveness of Israeli high tech, which has gained worldwide recognition for its technological advancement.
University Patent Commercialization

University Patent Commercialization

Managing the opportunity discovery and evaluation process to enhance expected value
The Emergence of a Global Work Culture in Multinational Organizations

The Emergence of a Global Work Culture in Multinational Organizations

Multinational organizations (MNO) are a major actor in the global work environment. MNOs face the need to create a "common language" across cultural borders, and at the same time respect the local customs of their subsidiaries. Two indications for a common language are the acceptance of the MNO's global work culture, and the creation of a global identity.
Vouchers for New Immigrants as Tools for the Job Market

Vouchers for New Immigrants as Tools for the Job Market

The current study was commissioned by the Ministry of Immigrant Absorption in cooperation with the S. Neaman Institute, and examined whether the Vouchers Project was effective in facilitating employment and in upgrading the status of jobs held by the immigrants upon graduation.
Evaluation of the Program Salary-Employment Advancement of New Immigrants

Evaluation of the Program Salary-Employment Advancement of New Immigrants

The current study was commissioned by the Ministry of Immigrant Absorption in cooperation with the Samuel Neaman Institute. The main goals of the research were: to identify the factors which affect the employment of immigrants at the conclusion of the period of assistance and in the course of time, examine the effect of running the program on the employment of new immigrants and formulate recommendations that could assist policy makers in improving the program.