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The Economics of Prostitution

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By prohibiting prostitution, the Georgian people are simply closing their eyes to a phenomenon that has always existed and will continue to exist. At the very least, it is important to be aware of the...
Farmer Groups: Why We Love Them and When They are Successful

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Farmer cooperation has been a spectacular failure in most transition economies, and particularly in former USSR. The typical "development project" approach is partially to blame. But if well-meaning development agencies and NGOs are not equipped...
Georgian Churchkhelas: Thinking Out of the Traditional Box

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Despite innate creativity, the Georgian people rarely venture outside the traditional domain. Perhaps surprisingly, Japan may teach Georgia how to think out of the traditional box and bring innovation into traditional products and occupations. *     *    ...
Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan Agree to Form Transcaucasian Confederation by 2019

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This long-overdue agreement charts the political and economic contours of the future Transcaucasian Confederation (TC). Additionally, it envisions a series of shorter-term confidence-building measures seeking to dissolve existing political tensions, open borders, and normalize economic...

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