Editorial

On the eighth of October Georgians will vote for a new parliament, the first since 2012. Signs of the election campaign can be seen everywhere in the country, most conspicuously on the ubiquitous billboards that lining the thoroughfares in all the major cities. Georgia, however, is not the only country in the midst of an election season: one month after Georgians vote for a new parliament, ...

The FINANCIAL -- The construction business has been massively developing in Georgia for the past decade. Foreign and local companies alike have been swiftly constructing new residential and/or ...

The FINANCIAL -- In the last two decades, happiness has moved into the focus of economic inquiry. Frey and Stutzer (“What can Economists Learn from Happiness Research”, Journal of Economic ...

The FINANCIAL -- The economic significance of bees extends far beyond honey production. As the National Resource Defense Council writes in 2011 (“Why We Need Bees: Nature’s Tiny Workers Put Food ...

In a few weeks’ time the number of countries that Georgian citizens will be able to freely travel to may significantly increase. Some ten days ago, European Parliament’s Committee on Civil ...