PMC Research is working on an applied research project in order to draw up functional urban regions in the administrative region of Kakheti, to pick out competitive economic sectors for each functional region, and to elaborate a vision for their further development.
PMC Research is working on the applied research project “The regional market assessment in Georgia using components of Smart Specialization” under the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)-supported project “Economic Participation of Internally Displaced Persons and Vulnerable Local Population in the South Caucasus” (EPIC) implemented by Action Against Hunger.
PMC Research is working to introduce a new vocational education and training (VET) system in Georgia in partnership with the Tallinn School of Economics, with support from the Republic of Estonia.
The project aims to diversify and improve the VET system in Georgia to ultimately increase the attractiveness of VET among Georgian students.
PMCG is working on the World Bank’s Human Capital Project in order to support the Government of Georgia to prioritize human capital development in a sustainable way. Georgia is listed as an “Early Adopter” of this World Bank initiative, which aims to develop a Human Capital Index (HCI) in order to advocate for investment in the human capital of future generations.
PMC Research is working on a country note on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in the South Caucasus (Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan) under the Emerging Markets Forum project on the BRI.
The aim of the project is to study the impact of the BRI on the countries of Central Asia and the South Caucasus (CASC) and ascertain how these countries individually and through regional cooperative efforts can maximize the benefits of the BRI and manage any potential risks.