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Completed Projects Regional

Social Contents of Changing Housing Landscapes of the Capital Metropolises of Armenia and Georgia: Institutions, Stakeholders, Policies


Project leader:
David Sichinava
Contact: david@sichinava.nonexisting@fake.comge
Institutions involved: Department of Human Geography at Tbilisi State University, Yerevan State University
Duration:
1 March 2014 - 29 February 2016 (extended until 30 June 2016)
Factsheet
Presentation of preliminary findings


Related Publications:
Sichinava, David; Salukvadze, Joseph; Kalashyan, Vache (2016) Social Contents of Housing in the Capital Metropolises of the South Caucasus: Institutions, Stakeholders, Policies. Scientific Report.

Petrosyan, Sarhat; Salukvadze, Joseph; Valiyev, Anar (2016) Cities in the South Caucasus. (ed. David Sichinava). Caucasus Analytical Digest, No. 87, 23 September 2016.

Salukvadze, Joseph and Golubchikov, Oleg (2015) City as a geopolitics: Tbilisi, Georgia - A globalizing metropolis in a turbulent region: Cities, Volume 52, March 2016, p. 39–54.

Taking Partly Free Voters Seriously: Autocratic Response to Voter Preferences in Armenia and Georgia


Project leader:
Koba Turmanidze
Contact: koba@crrccenters.nonexisting@fake.comorg
Institutions involved: The Caucasus Research Resource Centers
Duration:
1 March 2014 - 29 February 2016 (extended until 31 August 2016)
Factsheet

Related Publications:
CRRC-Georgia/CRRC-Armenia (2016) Taking Partly Free Voters Seriously.

The Role of Identity, Norms and Beliefs in Foreign Policy of Armenia and Georgia


Project leader:
Prof. Kornely Kakachia
Contact: kakachia@gmail.nonexisting@fake.comcom
Institutions involved: Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Yerevan State University
Duration: 1 March 2014 - 29 February 2016 (extended until 30 April 2016)
Factsheet

Related Publication:
Kakachia, Kornely and Markarov, Alexander (2016), Values and Identity as Sources of Foreign Policy in Armenia and Georgia, Universal: Tbilisi.

Kakachia, Kornely and Minesashvili, Salome (2015) Identity politics: Exploring Georgian foreign policy behavior, Journal of Eurasian Studies 6 (2): 171–80.

Elites and "Elites": Definitions, Identities, and Cultural Repertoires. An Anthropological Approach to Recent Transformations of Social Structure of the Armenian and Georgian Societies


Project leader:
Yulia Antonyan
Contact: yuliaantonyan@ysu.nonexisting@fake.comam
Institutions involved: Yerevan State University, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Ilia State University
Duration: 1 March 2014 - 29 February 2016 (extended until 31 May 2016)
Factsheet

Related Publications:

Antonyan, Yulia (Ed.), 2016 - Elites and “Elites”: Transformations of Social Structures in Post-Soviet Armenia and Georgia, Yerevan: YSU Publishing House.