“Commercialization of farmers can happen only if land consolidation occurs and farmers benefit from economies of scale” – Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, Giorgi Kobulia stated at the Rural Conference 2019 held in Tbilisi last week.
The study analyzes pecuniary economic costs and benefits associated with new policies on maternity, paternity, and parental leave in Georgia, using a state-of-the-art methodology utilized in EU member countries.
Why do we care about competitiveness in energy markets? And, what are the benefits of increased competition from the supply side of the electricity market?
In the present era of environmental and industrial change, maintaining biodiversity is essential. Doing so not only protects species and habitats, but also brings benefits for society in the form of resulting ecosystem services. In order to conserve biodiversity and fulfill the obligations defined by various international conventions and the Association Agreement (AA), the Georgian Ministry of Environment and Natural Resource Protection (MoENRP) initiated the Law on Biodiversity in 2015.
Assessment of the project effect on incomes generated in small farmer families involved in the livestock rearing in Kakheti region. The overall objective of the assignment is to conduct cost-benefit and/or cost-effectiveness analysis together with the project team and identify monetary and nonmonetary benefits of interventions