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Discussing the Challenges Facing SMEs Se…

29-Nov-2018

Discussing the Challenges Facing SMEs Seeking Access to Finance

On November 29, Giorgi Khishtovani, Director at PMC Research, presented the main findings and recommendations of –research entitled “Leveraging SME Fi...

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Chinese Academy for Fiscal Sciences Set …

13-Nov-2018

Chinese Academy for Fiscal Sciences Set for Cooperation with Tbilisi State University and Academy of the Ministry of Finance of Georgia

On November 6, PMC Research organized a meeting between the Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences (CAFS) and Tbilisi State University (TSU), with the aim...

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Hosting Delegation from China to Start C…

08-Nov-2018

Hosting Delegation from China to Start Collaboration

On November 6-7, PMC Research hosted a delegation from China, comprising high-ranking officials from the Chinese Academy for Fiscal Sciences (CAFS). T...

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Options for Railway Infrastructure Devel…

06-Mar-2018

Options for Railway Infrastructure Development in Tbilisi

This study compares the following four alternatives: keeping the status quo (Option 1); the 2009 Tbilisi Railway Bypass Project (Option 2); a city tun...

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Georgia as a Transit Hub and its Increas…

25-Jan-2018

Georgia as a Transit Hub and its Increasing Potential in the Implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative

This paper has identified a clear interconnection between the BRI and Georgia’s economic development strategy in terms of infrastructure development a...

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Armenia-Georgia Trade: Getting Close or …

29-Nov-2016

Armenia-Georgia Trade: Getting Close or Distant?

Armenia’s decision to join the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) exempted traders from union member countries from paying value added tax (VAT) and excise...

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Georgian Economic Climate (Q4, 2018)

19-Nov-2018

Georgian Economic Climate (Q4, 2018)

In the fourth quarter of 2018, Georgian economic climate barely remained satisfactory. In this period, Georgian economistsassessed Georgia’s present e...

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Georgian Economic Climate (Q3, 2018)

04-Sep-2018

Georgian Economic Climate (Q3, 2018)

In the third quarter of 2018, Georgian economists positively assessed Georgia’s Economic Climate Indicator (ECI). The Georgian economy is categorized ...

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Georgian Economic Climate (Q2, 2018)

25-May-2018

Georgian Economic Climate (Q2, 2018)

Georgian Economic Climate is a joint product of PMC Research Center and the ifo Institute for Economic Research. In this bulletin, we discuss Georgia’...

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26-Oct-2018

New Study to Improve Access to Employment, Entrepreneurial and Educational Opportunities

 

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PMC Research recently launched a new applied research project entitled “The regional market assessment in Georgia using components of Smart Specialization” aiming to assess the private business sector in Tbilisi and five target municipalities within Kvemo Kartli and Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti regions.

The project is being implemented by PMC Research in partnership with Action Against Hunger under the GIZ project “Economic Participation of Internally Displaced Persons and Vulnerable Local Population in the South Caucasus” (EPIC).

The main objective of the project is to enhance the assessment by providing information on business trends and gaps in the employment market as well as opportunities for synergies and linkages in order to identify the most concentrated and competitive sectors of the targeted regions.

More specifically, PMC Research will analyze the current size of the market and the current key business sectors in the targeted regions, and identify new businesses that have been established there. Moreover, we will examine the main constraints faced by businesses in the targeted regions and the main gaps in the labor market’s demand and supply in terms of human resources, skills, knowledge and experience, and we will also study the available resources, including funding opportunities, for businesses.

After analyzing the market and identifying the most concentrated and competitive sectors of the targeted regions, the assessment will support different groups of society to improve their access to employment, as well as entrepreneurial and educational opportunities.

 

 

Please kindly follow the link below for detailed information about the project:

Regional Market Assessment in Georgia Using Components of Smart Specialization