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<!--:en-->Alexi Gugushvili – Social Origin, Education and Occupation in Georgia<!--:--><!--:ka-->Alexi Gugushvili – Social Origin, Education and Occupation in Georgia<!--:-->

Alexi Gugushvili – Social Origin, Education and Occupation in GeorgiaAlexi 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 »

<!--:en-->Vladimer Papava – Poverty Reduction Through Private Sector Development in Georgia: Policy, Practice and Perspectives<!--:--><!--:ka-->Vladimer Papava – Poverty Reduction Through Private Sector Development in Georgia: Policy, Practice and Perspectives<!--:-->

Vladimer Papava – Poverty Reduction Through Private Sector Development in Georgia: Policy, Practice and PerspectivesVladimer Papava – Poverty Reduction Through Private Sector Development in Georgia: Policy, Practice and Perspectives

This paper deals with the experience gained in the area of poverty reduction and private sector development in Georgia. Very often steps were populist rather than practical. Poverty reduction may be achieved… Read more »

<!--:en-->Maia Chankseliani – Spatial Inequities in Higher Education Admissions in Georgia: Likelihood of Choosing and Gaining Access to Prestigious Higher Education Institutions<!--:--><!--:ka-->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 InstitutionsMaia 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 »

<!--:en-->Alexi Gugushvili – The Development and the Side Effects of Remittances in the CIS Countries and Georgia: The Case of Georgia<!--:--><!--:ka-->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 GeorgiaAlexi 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 »

<!--:en-->Stephen F. Jones – Georgia Through a Glass, Darkly<!--:--><!--:ka-->Stephen F. Jones – Georgia Through a Glass, Darkly<!--:-->

Stephen F. Jones – Georgia Through a Glass, DarklyStephen F. Jones – Georgia Through a Glass, Darkly

Since the break-up of the USSR, the South Caucasus has trodden a chequered path, both political and economic. Is democracy really what the people want? Or just what Western donors and investors… Read more »

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