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Maia Chankseliani – Spatial Inequities in Higher Education Admissions in Georgia: Likelihood of Choosing and Gaining Access to Prestigious Higher Education Institutions

Maia Chankseliani – Spatial Inequities in Higher Education Admissions in Georgia: Likelihood of Choosing and Gaining Access to Prestigious Higher Education Institutions

The paper draws upon the findings of a mixed-methods study on spatial disparities in higher education access in Georgia. Examination of quantitative data on approximately 118,000 applicants, a purposive sample of households… Read more »

Stephen Jones – Between Ideology and Pragmatism: Social Democracy and the Economic Transition in Georgia 1918-21

Stephen Jones – Between Ideology and Pragmatism: Social Democracy and the Economic Transition in Georgia 1918-21

The Democratic Republic of Georgia (1918-21) was a novel experiment in social democracy in the most unexpected time and place. Georgia was rural and mostly illiterate, and its leaders faced the complex… Read more »

Gerald Mars and Yochanan Altman – The Cultural Bases of Soviet Georgia’s Second Economy

Gerald Mars and Yochanan Altman – The Cultural Bases of Soviet Georgia’s Second Economy

The primary purpose of this paper is to demonstrate, with the aid of illustrative cases, the link between the core values of Georgian culture and the working principles of its second economy…. Read more »

Tata Chanturidze, Tako Ugulava, Antonio Durán, Tim Ensor and Erica Richardson – Georgia: Health System Review

Tata Chanturidze, Tako Ugulava, Antonio Durán, Tim Ensor and Erica Richardson – Georgia: Health System Review

This report chiefly focuses on developments after the Rose Revolution in 2003, which brought fundamental change to the role of government in providing, financing and managing public services, including health care. Nearly all… Read more »

Dimitri Gugushvili – The New Welfare Agenda: Missing the Most Vulnerable Once Again?

Dimitri Gugushvili – The New Welfare Agenda: Missing the Most Vulnerable Once Again?

In this paper author projects the possible impact of increased social transfers on poverty by using data from the Integrated Household Survey, carried out by Geostat. It is argued that while increased… Read more »

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