Vice Chair Nitsa (Kaliner) Kasir lectured at Zionut 2000 on the subject of “Work Productivity and the Macro Trends of the Israeli Industry.”
Kasir elaborated on Israel’s flourishing macro economy in contrast to the relatively low ICT Development Index score that Israel has received: the fifth lowest among 29 selected developed countries. This indicates that despite its prospering economy, Israel falls short when evaluating inclusion (the degree to which the prosperity reaches the masses) and sustainability.
Contending that employment growth Israel is nearing maximum capacity, Kasir concluded that the catalyst for growth must be in the realm of work productivity.
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