The master's theses of students in the business school's master's program were defended on October 3 at Caucasus University.
Students presented papers on the following topics:
Zviad Mukhigulashvili - e-commerce and international taxation in terms of permanent institutions.
Tamar Shekhiladze - Challenges of agricultural activity in Georgia in terms of financial accounting and management.
Tinatin Kiladze - Development of digital banking in Georgian commercial banks: assessment of the current situation and future prospects.
Ana Janelidze - the future transformation of the financial sector as a result of the development of modern technologies on the example of Georgian companies.
Salome Mosiashvili - The impact of the pandemic on business entities and the environment in Georgia.
Mariam Kachlishvili - the impact of the introduction of agile methodology on the company's financial indicators, on the examples of a Georgian company.
Tinatin Yeseshvili - implementation of agile system in Georgian companies on the example of TBC Bank.
Irakli Dolidze - modern systems of product cost calculation and their use by Georgian companies producing food and beverage products.
The members of the commission were: Erekle Pirveli, Vato Berishvili; Nugzar Skhirtladze.
The students successfully defended their papers before the commission.