Culture as a Tool for Urban Regeneration

2009 | Authors: Aviel Yelinek...

The years following WWII saw the gradual development of the suburbanization. The suburbs were perceived as better for living than the city which had, over time, become synonymous with noise,...

Downtown Jerusalem - The Story of Jerusalem's City Center and Its Regeneration: Executive Summary

Pub no. 410

2011 | Authors: Amnon Ramon, Asaf Vitman, Aviel Yelinek...

This is an abstract of a book that tells the fascinating story of Jerusalem’s city center from the 19th century to present. The development of the center is recounted in great detail since i...

A Vision for Jerusalem: Plan for Revitalizing Jerusalem, the Caital of Israel: Manager's Brief

2008 | Authors: Gur Offer...

A careful analysis of trends over the last decade shows that the increase in the proportion of the Palestinian population contributed only about 10 percent to the deterioration of income and...

Jerusalem as a Component of Israel's National Security – Indicators of the State of the Capital and a View to the Future

Pub no. 108

2006 | Authors: Dr. Maya Choshen, Israel (Lulik) Kimhi, Yair Assaf...

This research aimed at delineating the image that the general Israeli public has of Jerusalem on a variety of issues, and its opinions regarding the city’s future. The Institute intend...

Anti-Poverty Strategies in Jerusalem

2006 | Authors: Idit Weiss, Johnny Gal...

Jerusalem is one of the poorest cities in Israel. This research uses a review of literature from other welfare states as well data from Jerusalem and other cities in Israel to indicate if th...

Towards Joint Management of City Centers: The Jerusalem City Center - Executive Summary

2009 | Authors: Aviel Yelinek...

The Jerusalem city center is undergoing a major regeneration process in recent years, characterized by several aspects: physical regeneration, transportation changes, new building, cultural ...