On March 1, at Caucasus University was held a meeting with Andrew Jewell - the IMF’s resident representative for Georgia.
On January 12, students from the School of Economics at Caucasus University defended their bachelor's theses. A total of 4 students presented their theses before the commission.
Dissertation Defence By Davit Utiashvili, A Doctoral Student In The English-Language Doctoral Economics Program At The CSE
On December 14, 2023, the public defence of the dissertation titled "Measuring Shadow Economy in Georgia Using Household Microdata" by Davit Utiashvili, a student in the English-language doctoral program at the School of Economics, took place at Caucasus University.
On December 13, at Caucasus University, the defense of Natia Gigauri's dissertation titled "The Impact of US Federal Reserve Currency Swaps on Consumer Price Index". Natia Gigauri is a student of the Caucasus School of Economics English-language doctoral program in economics, and the scientific supervisor of the thesis was Professor Aleksandre Rakviashvili.
Work meeting with students of the School of Economics on the topic - Climate Change Policy and Economics
On November 30, a work meeting on "Climate Change Policy and Economics" took place within the framework of the circular economy course for economics bachelor’s students at Caucasus University.
Ioseb Berikashvili, Dean and Associate Professor at the Caucasus School of Economics, attended the Karpacz Economic Forum in Poland on September 5-7. The forum, which represented political, economic, and social leaders from 60 different countries, is the biggest and most significant gathering in Central and Eastern Europe.
On June 19-22, the defense of bachelor's and master's theses of the School of Economics was held. 72 students appeared before the commission.
On June 26, 2023, at Caucasus University, Gvantsa Kheladze, a student from the CSE English-language PhD program, defended her dissertation titled "The Relationship between Government Expenditures and Economic Growth in Georgia" (scientific supervisor - Vano Benidze, professor).
On June 22, Mariam Gavasheli, a student in the English-language PhD program in economics, defended her dissertation - "Impact of Political Electoral Cycles on Fiscal Policy Both in Developed and Developing Countries Including Georgia" at Caucasus University. The scientific supervisor of the dissertation was Professor Akaki Tsomaia.
On June 21, Ketevan Gogochuri, a student in the English-language PhD program in economics, defended her dissertation - "Georgia's Competitiveness in Agri-Food Trade with the European Union after the DCFTA Implementation" at Caucasus University.