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  • UNFPA - "Population Situation Analysis - 2014", Read

  • Dustin Gilbreath and David Sichinava - "NGOs and the Georgian Public: Why Communication Matters", Read

  • S. Neil MacFarlane - "Two Years of the Dream: Georgian Foreign Policy during the Transition", Read

  • Monica Das Gupta - “Missing Girls” in the South Caucasus Countries: Trends, Possible Causes, and Policy Options", Read

  • Alan Duncan andAstghik Mavisakalyan - "Russian language skills and employment in the Former Soviet Union", Read

  • Dustin Gilbreath - "Are Georgian Politics about to Become Boring?, Read

  • Jeannine Hausmann - "Turkey as a donor country and potential partner in triangular cooperation" , Read

  • David Rinnert - "The Politics of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms in Development—Explaining Within-Country Variation of Reform Outcomes in Georgia after the Rose Revolution", Read

  • Roger Finke. "Going Global: Testing Theories with International Data", Read

  • Aramayis Dallakyan and Rafael Bakhtavoryan. "Analysis of factors impacting rural women's labor force participation in Armenia", Read

  • Katy E. Pearce and Ronald E. Rice. "The Language Divide—The Persistence of English Proficiency as a Gateway to the Internet: The Cases of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia", International Journal of Communication 8 (2014), 2834–2859, Read

  • Lasha Lanchava. "Does Religious Activity Affect Childbearing Decisions? The Case of Georgia", Read
  • Alexi Gugushvili and Peter Kabachnik. "Stalin is dead, long live Stalin? Testing socialization, structural, ideological, nationalist, and gender hypotheses". Post-Soviet Affairs, 5 Aug 2014. Read

  • Natia Mestvirishvili and Maia Mestvirishvili. "Emancipative values in Georgia: An individual level analysis", Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies, Volume 41, Issue 1, 2014. Read
  • Natia Mestvirishvili and Maia Mestvirishvili. "‘I am Georgian and therefore I am European:’ Re-searching the Europeanness of Georgia", CEJISS, Issue 8:1, 2014. Read
  • Andrea Filetti. "Religion in South Caucasus: Encouraging or Inhibiting Pro-Democratic Attitudes?"Religion and Society in Central and Eastern Europe, Vol.6, No 1, 2013. Read
  • David Sichinava."The 2012 Parliamentary Elections in Georgia and Changing Attitudes Toward Russia". Caucasus Analytical Digest, Issue 48, 2013. Read
  • Andrea Filetti. "Why So Much Stability? An Overview of The Azerbaijani Political System." Turkish Policy Quarterly, Volume 11, 2012. Read
  • Severina Müller. "Social Exclusion of Women in Azerbaijan." Caucasus Analytical Digest, Issue 40, 2012. Read
  • Natia Mestvirishvili. "Social Exclusion in Georgia: Perceived Poverty, Participation and Psycho-Social Wellbeing." Caucasus Analytical Digest, Issue 40, 2012. Read
  • Nana Papiashvili. "Development in Adjara: Insights from Batumi." Caucasus Analytical Digest, Issue 38, 2012. Read
  • Pearce, Katy E. (2011). Convergence Through Mobile Peer-to-Peer File Sharing in the Republic of Armenia. International Journal of Communications 5 (2011), 511-528. Read 
  • Müller, Martin. (2011). Public Opinion Toward the European Union in Georgia. Post-Soviet Affairs, 27, 1, pp. 64-92. Read
  • Pearce, Katy E. (2011). Political Institutional Trust in the Post-Attempted-Coup Republic of Armenia. Demokratizatsiya, 19, 58-83. Read
  • Robia Charles. "Religiosity in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia." Caucasus Analytical Digest, Issue 20, 2010. Read
  • Anna Arganashvili. "Social Cohesion in Post-Soviet Georgian Society". 2010. Read
  • Tamar Makharadze. "Community-based Day-care Services for People with Intellectual Disabilities in Georgia: a Step towards their Social Integration." Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, Vol. 14 (4), 1-13. 29 November, 2010. Read
  • Yuliya Aliyeva Gureyeva. "Policy Attitudes towards Women in Azerbaijan: Is Equality Part of the Agenda?" Caucasus Analytical Digest, Issue 21, 30 November, 2010. Read
  • Hans Gutbrod and Malte Viefhues. "Climbing the Mountains of Languages: Language Learning in Georgia". Caucasus Review of international Affairs, Vol 2 (4), Spring 2010. Read
  • Therese Svensson. "Tracking Monetary Policy One Big Mac - and One Khachapuri - At a Time",, April-May 2010. Read
  • Arpine Porsughyan and Nana Papiashvili. "Top Earners of Georgian Society: A Summary",, April-May 2010. Read
  • Therese Svensson and Julia Hon. "Attitudes Toward the West in the South Caucasus", the Caucasus Analytical Digest, February 2010. Read 
  • Arpine Porsugyan and Nana Papiashvili. "Insight to Georgian Households: CRRC Data on Economic Wellbeing in the Caucasus",, December-January 2009-2010. Read
  • Arpine Porsughyan. "Obstacles and Opportunities for Civil Society Development in the South Caucasus". Development and Transition. 2009. Read
  • Hans Gutbrod and Nana Papiashvili. "Georgian Attitudes to Russia: Surprisingly positive".Russian Analytical Digest, November 2009. Read
  • Robia Charles (2010). “Religiosity and Trust in Religious Institutions: Tales from the South Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia).” Journal of Politics and Religion, 3, pp 228-261. Read
  • Julia Hon and Tamuna Khoshtaria. "What Is Going On? Insights from CRRC Survey Data in Georgia and the Caucasus",, July-August 2009. Read
  • Hans Gutbrod and Koba Turmanidze. "Is Georgia a Democracy Now?" - Views of the Georgian Electorate, The Foreign Policy Center, 2009. Read