David Gzirishvili – Independent Georgia – Health and Social Protection Systems

During 20 years of independence, Georgia has tried to build two completely opposite systems of health care and social protection out of the ruins of the system inherited from soviet times (what was in line with a general direction of state development). None of the systems merged naturally with government, market or social institutions.

Gzirishvili, D. (2012). Independent Georgia – Health and Social Protection Systems. Tbilisi, Open Society Georgia Foundation (OSGF).

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