Israel Center for Social and Economic Progress

ICSEP
Mevaseret Zion, Israel

The Israel Center for Social and Economic Progress is an independent pro-market public policy thinktank founded in 1983 by Daniel Doron to promote basic structural reform in Israel's economy. ICSEP initiates research projects on some topics like; deregulation, privatization, tax and capital market reform, immigrant absorption, pension fund reform, healthcare reform, housing, small business formation, and labor market reform.

Contact details

Address:
59 Hadror St., PO Box 84124, Mevasseret Zion 90805, Israel

Country:
Israel

Sub-region:
Western Asia

Areas of focus

Geographics of focus
Israel
Operating languages
English , Hebrew

Organisation details

Business model
N/A
Institutional affiliations
No affiliation
Year founded
1983
Age (years)
Israel Center for Social and Economic Progress
 41
Israel average
 38
Global average
 32
Founded by
Founders: Daniel Doron
Founder gender: All male
Leadership
Leader(s) (2023): Daniel Doron (Director)
Leader gender: Male
Leader(s) (2022): Daniel Doron (Director)
Leader gender: Male
Leader(s) (2021): Daniel Doron (Director)
Leader gender: Male
Staff size
2020
Israel Center for Social and Economic Progress
 11
Israel average
 29
Global average
 59
2019
Israel Center for Social and Economic Progress
 11
% Female staff
2020
Israel Center for Social and Economic Progress
 9%
Israel average
 21%
Global average
 47%
2019
Israel Center for Social and Economic Progress
 9%

Data notes

Last updated: 17/04/2023
Rating of data accuracy (find out more) : Authenticated
Data sources consulted: Observatoire des Think Tanks Directory, Organisation´s website
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