The K@W Network:
Credit card reforms in Israel promise to open up the market to new entrants to boost competition and benefit consumers. But will they work?
The Eastern Mediterranean International School in Israel is trying to nurture peace through education and inter-cultural understanding.
Israel has seen a huge economic transformation -- from a land of agriculture and refugees to a high-tech superstar. Can it help neighbors join the success?
Countries like India, South Korea and the UAE are successfully promoting themselves to the world and reaping the economic benefits. Should other nations take a page from their book?
Does ethnicity influence economics? Oxford professor Derek Penslar says there is no monolithic “Jewish economy.” Rather, certain forms of economic behavior among Jews tended to repeat themselves in many situations.
Israel’s U.S. ambassador told a Wharton audience that Israel has a formula for success unmatched by any country in the world.
Pediatric cardiac care is not readily available in many developing countries. Save a Child’s Heart is trying to fulfill this need.
Despite cultural speed bumps, relations between the two countries have improved dramatically in the past two years -- and are likely to grow stronger.
Israel has developed a strong high-tech industry, but Arab participation is miniscule. Tsofen, a non-profit organization, is working to bridge this divide.
The Israeli economy is seemingly doing well, but experts warn that some underlying issues need to be addressed soon.