Changing of the guards

A look at the new leadership of the Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research.

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December 8, 2016 15:39
4 minute read.
Meir Kraus

Meir Kraus. (photo credit: JERUSALEM INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH)

 
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Founded in 1978 as a tool for legendary Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollek, the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, which recently changed its name to the Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research, remains an important instrument for understanding this city.

Although no longer considered as close as it once was to the policy-makers at Safra Square, it is the only institution where academics, politicians and journalists – as well as any layperson – can get reliable and comprehensive information about any aspect of the city and its residents, as well as scholarly research and general studies on Israeli society.

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