Project: EXCEL 100 TASKS FOR BEGINNERS
Project Leader - Giorgi Datukishvili
Professor of Caucasus University
The book consists of 90 simple and 10 complex tasks in Excel, accompanied by a video lesson and video solving QR code, which enables the user to learn the skills needed to solve a particular task.
IDENTIFYING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE BANKING SECTOR AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
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.
INFLATION REGULATION IN GEORGIA
Project staff Lasha Kavtaradze, Nodar Kiladze, CDS
The purpose of this study is to identify the causes of inflation in Georgia and to analyze the main factors that, according to economic theory, influence the change in the price level, based on which relevant recommendations will be developed. Inflation, because of its negative effects, causes negative emotions in society. Both high and zero inflation (or approaching zero) are associated with different types of costs to society, which ultimately result in welfare losses. Changing price levels in a real economy is a very dynamic process and it is difficult to pinpoint a specific cause or factors causing inflation. Price stability is a fundamental factor required for achieving high and stable economic growth. Accordingly, the regulation of inflationary processes is quite important. The practical significance of this issue is of high importance, as it is possible to make credible forecasts with the help of factors selected from the peculiarities of the Georgian economy and then use them effectively in the monetary policy process.