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New Publications: October-November 2015

New Publications: October-November 2015

Academic Articles Ó Beacháin, D. (2015). Elections without recognition: presidential and parliamentary contests in Abkhazia and Nagorny Karabakh. Caucasus Survey, 1-19. While various debates have arisen on the relationship between non-recognition… Read more »

Alexi Gugushvili – Social Origin, Education and Occupation in Georgia

Alexi Gugushvili – Social Origin, Education and Occupation in Georgia

This study aims to investigate the role of ascription in life chances in Georgia by studying associations between individuals’ characteristics they have no control over and their educational and labour market outcomes…. Read more »

Alexi Gugushvili – The Development and the Side Effects of Remittances in the CIS Countries and Georgia: The Case of Georgia

Alexi Gugushvili – The Development and the Side Effects of Remittances in the CIS Countries and Georgia: The Case of Georgia

The volume of remittances in Georgia has been growing every year since 2001, but so has the size of the economy. Remittances arguably create moral hazard, at the public level, as… Read more »

Charles H. Fairbanks, Jr. and Alexi Gugushvili – A New Chance for Georgian Democracy

Charles H. Fairbanks, Jr. and Alexi Gugushvili – A New Chance for Georgian Democracy

Something amazing happened in Georgia’s 1 October 2012 parliamentary elections. Georgia is lucky to be getting a fourth chance at democracy, after the opportunities under Zviad Gamsakhurdia (1990–92), Eduard Shevardnadze (1992–2003),… Read more »

Alexi Gugushvili – Ascriptive Inequality and Life Chances in Georgia

Alexi Gugushvili – Ascriptive Inequality and Life Chances in Georgia

Using data from the Generations and Gender Survey for the cohorts born from 1926 to 1985 in Georgia, and the linear probability models of higher educational and ISCO 1-2 occupational… Read more »

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