On April 27-28, the students of the Business Administration Master's Program of the Caucasus School of Business defended their master's theses at Caucasus University.
Students presented papers on the following topics:
- Natia Gugutishvili- Capital Structure and its Impact on Companies’ Profitability: A Case Study of Organized FMCG Retailers in Georgia;
- Giorgi Tsaia- Covered Interest Parity deviations: Risk Free Investment opportunities using covered foreign exchange Swaps;
- Levan Kirtskhalia - Tokenization of Debt and Equity Securities – Alternative Solution to Startups’ Financing Challenges;
- Giorgi Shengelaia- How Banks Finance and Impact on Small and Medium Enterprises in Georgia;
- Luka Potshishvili- Behavioral Finance in the Cryptocurrency market;
- Eldar Abasov- Fair Value Determination for Private Companies in Georgia: The Availability of Information and Challenges.
- Sofio Gogatishvili - Business Negotiations as the Main Sales Tool;
- Nana Inasaridze - The Impact of the Employer's Brand on Employee Retention (on the example of the Georgian fast food industry);
- Elene Amaglobeli - Indicators Affecting the Attraction and Retention of Generation Z Employed in the Digital Industry on the Example of Companies Operating in Georgia;
- Tamar Chikhradze - Analysis of remote working impact on employee motivation in Georgian service industry;
- Salome Tavzarashvili - Impact of Leadership styles on Employee Engagement in Georgia;
- Konstantine Kevlishvili - ANALYSIS OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP PRACTICES IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY IN GEORGIA;
- Nutsa Machavariani - The effect of customer satisfaction on business success: analysis of Georgian private sector;
- Mariam Sabanidze - The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Consumer Buying Decision in Georgia.
On April 27, members of the commission were: Nugzar Skhirtladze, Vato Berishvili, Tengiz Taktakishvili and Giorgi Natroshvili.
April 28: Nina Andriadze, Mikheil Nonikashvili, Nino Berishvili and Dara Ahmed.
The students successfully defended their theses before the commission.