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"Inclusive Growth" Policies: Roads Paved with Good Intentions

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The Georgian government is advised to look beyond redistribution in its crude tax-and-transfer form to smarter interventions that can make the markets – and economic growth - work for everybody, including the poor. One option...
The Educational Choices We Make...

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In the absence of relevant information, many young Georgians merely postpone the choice of education by opting for general university degrees which bring little practical value and take too long to complete. What are the...
Like Teacher, Like Son

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Georgia's education system requires new out-of-the-box solutions rather than more of the same medicine. First and foremost, the system urgently needs new blood. Why not set up a national program requiring (and enabling) recipients of...

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