ISET Policy Institute's statement
03 May 2024

ISET Policy Institute, which since 2011 has been in service of the development agenda of the country through economic policy dialogue and evidence-based economic research condemns the government’s recent actions and reintroduction of the so-called ‘Russian Law’ that jeopardizes country’s European integration and puts its cooperation with authorities on hold until the Georgian government returns into service of the country’s European aspiration.

ISET hosted ADB's presentation on economic outlook 2024
12 April 2024

On April 12, the ISET Policy Institute hosted an enlightening presentation titled 'The Asian Development Outlook 2024,' spearheaded by Mr Kiyoshi Taniguchi, Regional Lead Economist at the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

ISET hosted public seminar on the poverty and distributional implications of air pollution in Tbilisi
04 April 2024

On April 4th, ISET Policy Institute hosted a public seminar with discussions centered around air pollution, poverty, and equity in Tbilisi. Led by Alan Fuchs and Sandra Baquie from the Poverty and Equity Global Practice at the World Bank, the public seminar titled 'Poverty and Distributional Consequences of Air Pollution in Tbilisi' provided a platform for in-depth exploration and dialogue on this pressing issue.

March 2024 | Growth surge or temporary blip? ISET-PI unveils key factors shaping Georgia's economy
25 March 2024

Geostat has released its rapid estimate of real GDP growth for January 2024. The estimated growth stands at 5.8%, while the estimated growth of 2023 reached 7.5%.

ISET Policy Institute hosts ‘Polarization Harms’ event; presents Media (de)Polarization index
21 March 2024

On March 21st, the ISET Policy Institute convened the 'Polarization Harms' event at Hotel Stamba, welcoming esteemed scholars and experts to delve into the repercussions of media polarization.