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ISET Hosts RIA Panel Meeting, Definition of Problems and Challenges Discussed
22 May 2018

On May 22, ISET hosted a panel discussion on the importance of properly defining problems, a measure that serves as the first step of impact assessment and existing practices in Georgia. This was the first meeting of a series of RIA evening talks organized in the scope of an EU-funded project, “Legislative Impact Assessment, Drafting, and Representation”.

Norberto Pignatti of ISET-PI keynote speaker at the European Centre for Parliamentary Research and Documentation (ECPRD) Workshop on Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA)
17 May 2018

On May 17, Norberto Pignatti, the head of the Energy and Environment Policy Research Center and professor at the International School of Economics at Tbilisi State University, was invited to discuss good and bad practices characterizing the Regulatory Impact Assessment exercises in its presentation “Conducting RIA in Georgia: an academic perspective”.

Associate Professor of Pompeu Fabra University Gives a Presentation at ISET
19 February 2018

On February 19, Sandro Shelegia, an Associate Professor of Pompeu Fabra University, presented to the ISET community a study by Joshua Sherman and himself entitled “Bargaining at Retail Stores: Evidence from Vienna”.

The Political Economy of Internal Adjustment in the Baltics in 2008-10 in the Light of Models of Currency Crises
15 February 2018

On Thursday, February 15, ISET hosted Dr. Vytautas Kuokštis, an Associate Professor at Vilnius University and the Institute of International Relations and Political Science. Dr. Kuokštis gave a presentation entitled “The Political Economy of Internal Adjustment in the Baltics in 2008-10 in the Light of Models of Currency Crises”.

Student Policy Seminar Series: Labor Migration from Armenia and Georgia: Why Russia?
06 December 2017

The second presentation of the Policy Seminar Series took place on December 6, 2017. This time, Davit Hovhannisyan and Anahit Sargsyan – under the supervision of Karine Torosyan, a member of the resident faculty of ISET – led the presentation with a paper entitled “Labor Migration from Armenia and Georgia: Why Russia?”.

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