Lela Rekhviashvili – Development and the role of the state; Visions of post-revolutionary Georgian government

The current research asks what was the developmental trajectory communicated by the Georgian government since 2003 to domestic and international audiences? What kind of role did the Georgian government project in social and economic development? The paper looks at the evolution of the political narrative of development in Georgia throughout the years of 2004-2012.

Rekhviashvili, L. (2013). Development and the role of the state; Visions of post-revolutionary Georgian government. Caucasus Social Science Review (CSSR), 1(1).

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