BMI’s 9th Annual Conference – Institutions, Society and Global Policy

After recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, the world plunged into one of its darkest moments in modern history, unveiling fundamental challenges within our society’s political, economic, and social tissues.

BMI welcomes the EWB delegation back from Tanzania following a successful trip in April 2023

The delegation focused on various projects, including a new collaboration between Israel, the United States, Germany, and Tanzania for drinking water.

A new article published by Shayna Bernstein & Prof. Issac Sasson

Black and white differences in subjective survival expectations: An evaluation of competing mechanisms

Launching the 12th Arava Seminar for Sustainable Development

The result of a collaboration between TAU – BMI, the School of Social and Policy Studies, the Department of Public Policy, Afeka College of Engineering, and the Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Company, located in southern Arava.

Prof. Robert M. Axelrod is the 2022 BMI Prize Laureate

The 2022 BMI Prize has been awarded to Prof. Axelrod for his outstanding contribution to conflict resolution in its broader sense

A New World Order: Concluding the Conference

“A New World Order”, the Sciences Po – Tel Aviv University conference explored facets of this frightening reality to see if strategic responses to these global challenges could be developed.

Webinar: Main Small water disinfection systems

Prof. Hadas Mamane-Stindl attends the IWA seminar on UV light and the role of women in remote communities
January 31, 2023

BMI will send four representatives to the IIASA-Israel Symposium on Sustainability Pathways empowered by Systems Analysis

IIASA-IL Symposiums will focus on developing strategic solutions using applied systems analysis and how these systems interact with the public and private sectors.

A New World Order

BMI, IGS3, and Sciences Po tackle the world’s most pressing issues at the BMI annual research conference on the 25th-26th of January, Paris

A new publication by Eve Gutterman

Eve’s joint publication briefly introduces models and basic design principles of community currency systems from economic and network analytical perspectives.