single faculty member

  • Dr.

    Eli Gimmon
  • Associate Professor

  • Economics and Management - B.A. Program
  • 04-8181682
    • Business
    • Economics
  • Substance abuse treatment and evaluation studies. Research in the general field of corrections.

    Academic Activity: Teaching courses in the BA and MA programs. Fields of teaching: Substance abuse, corrections, social deviance, practice skills, cognitive therapy, interdisciplinary team-work. Operating in the college a substance abuse prevention project.

    • Teaching in academic institutions

    2001 –                      Tel-Hai College – bachelor’s degree courses

    2005-2006                The Open University – master’s degree courses

    2007-2008                (Visiting professor) Universidad Austral de Chile – master’ degree courses

    2009 –                      Tel-Aviv–Yaffo Academic College – bachelor’s degree courses

    2012–2013               Kinneret College, Jordan Valley – bachelor’s degree courses in engineering

    • Teaching in non-academic institutions

    o   Courses taught in the past five years:

    All courses were taught annually, at the undergraduate level.

    Introduction to business strategy; Strategic management; Business games; Enterprise management; The entrepreneurial process; Consumer behavior; Marketing management; International marketing. 

  • Year





    Publication of the book "social work in Israel"

    Assoc. of Social Workers- Israel

    100,000 NIS


    Evaluation of a Group-Work for the National Probation Service

    Ministry of Welfare

    90,000 NIS


    Prevention and Treatment Project and Evaluation In Tel-Hai College

    The Israeli Drug Authority


    70,000 NIS


    Evaluation and Treatment of Cognitive impairments with computerized System for Substance Abusers

    The Israeli Drug Authority

    And Cognifit

    20,000 NIS

    4 Computers and Software


    Pain Mechanisms, Personality traits and drug addiction, With Dr. Dorit Pod (Additional Research)

    The Israeli Drug Authority

    30,000 NIS


    Prevention and Treatment Project and Evaluation In Tel-Hai College(3 Years)

    Rashi Foundation

    350,000 NIS


    Life Time Achievement Award

    The Israeli Drug Authority – Prime Minster Office.



    Substance Abuse Treatment In Women

    The Israeli Drug Authority

    25000 NIS



    Pain Mechanisms, Personality traits and drug addiction, With Dr. Dorit Pod

    Research Grant from the Israeli Drug Authority

    25,000 NIS



    Dissociative thinking of substance abusers in Israel, With Prof. Eli Zomer

    Research Grant from the Israeli Drug Authority

    20,000 NIS


    Grant for publishing a book in Hebrew, Cognitive approaches of substance abuse treatment

    The Israeli Drug Authority

    6,000 NIS

    1998 –1999


    1.      Establishing a system for monitoring the developments in the substance abuse treatment seen in Israel.

    2.      Substance Abuse among new immigrants.

    3.      Evaluation research – Ultra Rapid Detoxification Vs. Traditional Programs

    4.      Short term family intervention at the initiation of treatment of the substance abuser – Is it effective?


    Research Grants from the Israeli Drug Authority

    Total Sum  $20,000



    Substance abuse among new immigrants

    Research Grant from the office of the chief researcher in The Ministry of Immigration




    The Intake Process in Drug Abuse Treatment Programs, with Dr. A. Lazar

    Research grant from The Israeli Drug Authority

    40,000 NIS



    Drug Abuse in the Workplace & Cost-Effectiveness of Drug       Abuse Treatment for the Addict's Family, with Dr. T.           McLlellan

    Research grant from the American Veterans Administration




    Humphrey/NIDA Fellowship for studies and research at Johns Hopkins University




    Gondarken Foundation (USA)  Scholarship for doctoral studies




    Crime Prevention Association (USA) Scholarship for doctoral studies



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  • May 2004           Dutch Institute for Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship & Manchester Business School. High Technology Small Firms (HTSF) Conference. Venue: University of Twent, Enschede, The Netherlands.

    June 2004           Twenty-Fourth Annual Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Venue: Glasgow, Scotland.

    June 2005           Twenty-Fourth Annual Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Venue: Boston, MA.

    Feb. 2007           Fourth AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange. Venue: Brisbane, Australia.

    Apr. 2007           Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovative Management. Venue: The Holon Institute of Technology, Holon, Israel.

    Mar. 2008           1st National Entrepreneurship Conference. Venue: The Technion, Haifa, Israel.

    Jan. 2009            Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo (FGV/EAESP) and the Journal of Business Research. The Third International Conference on Strategic Management in Latin America. Venue: Sao Paulo, Brazil.

    Mar. 2009           Conference on Social Policy: Core and Peripheral Regions. Venue: Tel-Hai College.

    Sept. 2009          Industrial Marketing and Purchasing Group. IMP Conference on B2B (Business-to-Business Marketing). Do inter-firm cooperation and social networks change over time in regional clusters? Venue: Marseille, France.

    Dec. 2009           Israel Strategy Conference. The 3rd ISC Conference. What causes radical strategic change in high technology new ventures: Taking investors’ perspective. Venue: Beer Sheva University, Israel.

    June 2010           Thirtieth Annual Babson Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Entrepreneurship in peripheral vs. core regions: Lessons from Chile. Venue: Lausanne, Switzerland.

    Dec. 2010           Israel Strategy Conference. The 4th ISC Conference on Business Strategy. VCs’ affirmed attitudes and entrepreneurs’ perceptions: Different views on strategic change in new ventures. Venue: The Technion, Haifa, Israel.

    Nov. 2011          The 8th Annual NYU-Stern Conference on Social Entrepreneurship. Sustainability: Comparison between social and commercial ventures.  Venue: New York University, New York, NY.

    June 2012           32nd Annual Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Venture capitalists’ involvement and the survival of high technology new ventures. Venue: Fort Worth, TX.

    Dec. 2012           Israel Strategy Conference. The 5th ISC Conference on Business Strategy. Power or persuasion in board decisions? Venue: Tel-Aviv University, Israel.

    Jan. 2013            The Multidisciplinary Resilience Research Center. The 1st International MRRC Conference: Individual, Community and National Resilience and Their Inter-Relations. The impact of small businesses on regional development and economic resilience in the periphery. (Hebrew). Venue: Tel-Hai College, Israel.

    Apr. 2013           The 15th Conference on New Research of the Galilee. Chair of session: Innovations in the research of caves in the Galilee. Venue: Tel-Hai College, Israel.

    Sept. 2013          IMP Conference (Industrial Marketing and Purchasing Group) on B2B (business to business marketing). Presentation titled: Competitive Advantage in Global Markets: The case of the salmon industry in Chile. Venue: Atlanta, Georgia.

    Dec. 2013           Workshop on Social, Health and Economic aspects of Aging. Co-moderator round table on Active Aging. Venue: Tel-Hai, Israel.

    March 2014        Strategic Management Society (SMS) Special Conference.  Presented two research studies: (a) Changes in intra-cluster collaboration: Lessons from an export oriented cluster. (b) Innovation and Barriers to Technology Transfer in Medical Centers: A Contextualized Embeddedness Perspective. Venue: Tel-Aviv, Israel.

    June 2014           Symposium on Entrepreneurship Training and Pedagogy. Presentation titled: The Effects of Lifestages on Entrepreneurship. Venue: University of Windsor, Ontario Canada.

    June 2014           34th Annual Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC). Presentation titled: Employment Growth in New Ventures: Differences Between Core and Peripheral Regions. Venue: London, Ontario, Canada.