The 'ISRAEL 15 Vision' for Social and Economic Leapfrogging
Background, Principles, Considerations
Background: The Reut Institute and the 'ISRAEL 15 Vision'
The Reut Institute, established in January 2004, is a non-partisan nonprofit policy group sustaining significant and substantive impact on the security and wellbeing of the State of Israel and the Jewish people.
In pursuing this mission, the strategy of the Reut Institute is based on three pillars:
Developing a unique ability to identify strategic opportunities or surprises, to research them and to convince decision-makers to confront them;
Polishing a model of strategic thinking and conduct in a complex and dynamic environment with the hope that it will be emulated by the GOI;
Training a cadre of people who specialize in strategic thinking, in preparation for a track of service in the Israeli public arena;
The Reut Institute provides its services to people in positions of authority, influence and leadership pro bono.
The 'ISRAEL 15 Vision' engages in the challenge of transforming Israel into one of the fifteen leading countries in terms of the quality of life its residents. This vision, which was framed more than a decade ago, is the vision that guides the Reut Institute in the context of its work toward social and economic development.
A document of principles on the challenge of 'leapfrogging' – The goal of this document is to cluster insights, principles and considerations that Israel should have in mind when addressing the challenge of social and economic leapfrogging.
Socioeconomic Growth, Regional Development, Leapfrogging, Israel 15, Start-Up Nation
Leapfrogging requires a jump in quality of life and not only in average income.