Quality of Life in Israel

Definition


'Quality of life in Israel' refers to the collection of areas that define an individual's well being. It is a byproduct of the different working, living, social and cultural environments a country provides for its citizens. Quality of Life is a complex concept affected by abstract factors and subjective perceptions.

 

The Reut Institute identifies the following areas as the pillars of Quality of Life in Israel: Economic Security, Social Wellbeing, Personal & Physical Security, as well as the 'Jewish added value.'

 

The Context: The Top 15 Vision

 

Quality of Life in Israel is fundamental to the 'Top 15 Vision' – placing Israel among the 15 leading countries in terms of quality of life within fifteen years. The Reut Institute recognizes the importance of a thorough and intense public discourse regarding the various areas of Quality of Life in Israel. This debate is crucial to socio-economic policy design. 

Tags

Socioeconomic Growth, Regional Development, Leapfrogging, Israel 15, Start-Up Nation

2007-12-01

Concept

Socioeconomic

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Defining an index or a set of indices suited for Israel is one of the challenges facing Israeli decision makers.

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