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Eric Livny’s keynote presentation at the Israel-Georgia Gateway Innovation Forum (March 2014). Delivered in front of two Georgian Prime Ministers (Irakli Gharibashvili and Giorgi Kvirikashvili), Eric’s remarks focused on the parallels between Georgia’s situation in...
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Debating Economics course is designed to introduce students to some of the most contentious issues in economics and economics policy. Roughly following the outline of Ha-Joon Chang’s “23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism”...

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Representative democracy, as it has evolved in the United Kingdom in the second half the 19th century, represented a major step forward in advancing civic liberties. Yet, today, representative democracy – rule by professional politicians...

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Why there is so little new manufacturing activity in Georgia? One answer is the need for coordination among many independent actors – investors, suppliers of inputs and services, Georgian Railways and other logistics/transportation companies, universities...

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According to Yuval Noah Harari, the 21st century will see the creation of “a new massive class of… USELESS PEOPLE.” While Harari maybe overly pessimistic, we should seriously consider what to do with some of...

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We can change the world around us without a lot of money, and without involving the government bureaucracy. Tbilinomics President, Eric Livny, tells the story of how one simple intervention changed the future of a...

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