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Crime and Punishment in Georgia

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The 2013 amnesty greatly reduced the number of prisoners in Georgian prisons, creating justified fears that the release of prisoners would worsen the criminal situation in the country. Much more transparent and accurate crime statistics...
Georgia Riding the Waves of a Political Business Cycle

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As Georgia transitioned from one administration to another, it went from politically-motivated overspending on extravagant construction projects, to underspending and excessive fiscal conservatism. The result was a significant slowdown in economic growth, pouring cold water...
The "Elections Effect" on the Georgian Bread Prices

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Despite global wheat and flour prices going through the roof since the beginning of May 2012, domestic prices stayed put until the October 15 parliamentary elections. The task of cleaning up the Augean stables –...

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If held in early fall (say, in October), when prices are low and consumer sentiment is at its peak, political elections – the ultimate “consumer confidence survey” – are more likely to favor incumbent governments. *    ...

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