Vladimer Papava – Reforming of the Post-Soviet Georgia’s Economy in 1991-2011

Similarly to other post-Communist countries Georgia also embarked transition from a command economy to a market economy. The economic reforms, which were carried out after the ―Rose Revolution,‖ are especially interesting. Along with successful reforms of neo-liberal nature, neo-Bolshevik actions became apparent as the Government started openly infringing property rights.

Papava, V. (2013). Reforming of the Post-Soviet Georgia’s Economy in 1991-2011. GFSIS Center for Applied Economic Studies Research Paper.

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