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ISET Policy Institute in cooperation with Japan Tabacco International (JTI) Georgia launched a free-of-charge training program “Leaders in Development” for policy makers, analysts, mid-level and executives. Opening session held on May 24th, welcomed the first cohort of 31 senior professionals and decision makers coming from more than 15 public, private and non-profit organizations, including: The Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and the Ministry of Education of Georgia, Tbilisi City Hall, JSC Procredit Bank Georgia, JSC MFO Swiss Capital, Transparency International Georgia and Konrad Adenauer Foundation South Caucasus.
10 week long training program is structured around the most important elements of economic understanding. The program covers how markets work in an open economy, how businesses succeed and fail, why should we worry about inflation, external disbalances, unemployment, what hinders economic growth, how to justify policy decisions (especially in situations where no answer is objectively correct), etc.

ISET President Eric Livny and head of the Private Sector Development Policy Center Sophiko Skhirtladze, held a training session for the staffers of the European Integration, Economic Affairs and other Committees of the Georgian Parliament regarding the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) with the European Union.

The objective of the training was to present and discuss key messages from the policy paper “DCFTA – Risks and Opportunities for Georgia” prepared by ISET-PI and published by the Open Society Georgia Foundation within the project “Raising support and enhancing understanding of the Europeanization process in Georgia: information and communication campaign on EU-Georgia Association Agreement, including DCFTA”. The project was supported by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs through its Official Development Assistance Policy.

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