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Analysis of the Medium-Term Fiscal Policy Sustainability in Georgia
05-Jun-2014
On Thursday, June 5, at the hotel "Holiday Inn", with the support of the USAID funded program G-PAC, PMC Research Center organized a presentation and public discussion of the project “Analysis of the Medium-Term Fiscal Policy Sustainability in Georgia".
PMC RC to Present Research Findings
04-Jun-2014
On June 5, PMC Research Center will present the findings of the research “Analysis of the Medium-Term Fiscal Policy Sustainability in Georgia”, which was implemented within the framework of the USAID-funded program G-PAC. 
Supporting the Parliament of Georgia to Implement Sustainable Institutional Reforms
14-Apr-2014
PMC Research Center (PMC RC), an independent non-governmental think tank, under the auspices of Policy and Management Consulting Group (PMCG) will assist the Parliament of Georgia to implement sustainable institutional reforms, by facilitating the development of a comprehensive Institutional Reform Plan (IRP), program-based budgeting and introducing effective donor coordination mechanisms.
Analysis of the State Procurement Policy of Georgia"- Presentation of ongoing research
13-Mar-2014
On Thursday, March 13th a presentation and public discussion of PMC Research Center's ongoing project "Analysis of the State Procurement Policy of Georgia" was held at the hotel "Sheraton Metechi Palace". The project has been prepared by PMC Research Center with the support of the USAID funded program G-PAC.
Preliminary results of ongoing research: "Analysis of the medium-term fiscal policy sustainability in Georgia"
12-Feb-2014
On Thursday, February 6, at the hotel "Sheraton Metechi Palace", a presentation and public discussion of ongoing research "Analysis of the medium-term fiscal policy sustainability in Georgia" was held. The project is prepared by PMC Research Center and is implemented in the framework of the East-West Management Institute's (EWMI) Policy, Advocacy, and Civil Society Development in Georgia (G-PAC) Program, funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
The Economic Effects of Labor Market Regulations: Research Results Presentation
10-Jun-2013
On Thursday, 6 June, PMC Research Center, as part of the study funded by the Policy, Advocacy, and Civil Society Development in Georgia (G-PAC) program of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), held public discussions on the topic: "Economic Effects of Labor Market Regulations".
Study Released: Economic Analysis of the Amendments to the Labor Code of Georgia
15-May-2013
PMC Research Center has released a draft study report on the Economic Analysis of the Amendments to the Labor Code of Georgia. Proposed amendments to the Labor Code were given an economic analysis by PMC Research Center, which scrutinized the following:  
PMC RC provides consultancy services to the State Competition and Procurement Agency of Georgia
10-Apr-2012
PMC Research Center is providing assistance to the State Competition and Procurement Agency (SCPA) to enhance the transparency and accountability of its operations and procurement procedures with support of USAID. This project follows up on a recently developed study into the SCPA's Dispute Resolution Board procedures, prepared by the PMC Research Center. (More information about the study is available via this link).
Working with Competition and State Procurement Agency (CSPA) of Georgia
08-Feb-2012
PMC Research Center (Member of PMC Group) has been awarded the grant by USAID for the project entitled Study to Enhance the Public Outreach Function of the Compitiion and State Procurement Agency (CSPA). PMC Research Center will work with CSPA to conduct a desk study of current operations and processes of the CSPA Dispute Resolution Board and provide recommendations to improve public outreach function of the CSPA.
PMC RC Launches Fiscal Risk Study for Georgia
14-Dec-2011
PMC Research Center (Member of PMC Group) has been awarded the grant by USAID funded G-PAC Program to conduct a comprehensive research and risk analysis of the fiscal system of Georgia in order to identify possible risks associated to the fiscal sustainability for the medium (3-5 years) and long (5-15 years) term periods. The study will evaluate the likelihood of the fiscal risks by considering 2 main directions, the decrease in budget tax revenues to GDP and increase in the public debt (including external) service.