Establishing Relationship between Banking Sector Growth and Economic Growth in Georgia (Based on International Experience and Research)
Project Leader David Aslanishvili, CSB, Associate Professor
The major problem for the Georgian economy is the large-scale disproportion between the successful performance of the banking sector and the often unsuccessful development of the real economy. The research will focus on the study of population demand for loans. The research will also examine the correlation between credits and GDP. The study will identify positive or negative correlations between financial development and economic growth.