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Rises and Falls in Primary Commodity Prices: Blame it on ENSO or Leave Them Kids Alone?

- 26 January 2015

Rises and Falls in Primary Commodity Prices: Blame it on ENSO or Leave Them Kids Alone?

On January 22, Dr. David Ubilava, from the the University of Sydney, led a seminar on the subject of his recent paper, "Rises and Falls in Primary Commodity Prices: Blame it on ENSO or Leave Them Kids Alone?"


Seminar on Regulation of a Liberalized Electricity System

- 08 November 2012

Seminar on Regulation of a Liberalized Electricity System

On Thursday, November 8 at 5 p.m., in the conference hall, ISET will host Professor Einar Hope from Norwegian School of Economics. Professor Hope will deliver a public seminar about “Optimal composition and regulation of a liberalized electricity system: investment, pricing, sustainability, and security of...

<a href="http://www.iset.ge/blog/?p=3449">The Roots of Education are Bitter… is its Fruit all that Sweet?</a>

- 27 June 2014

The Roots of Education are Bitter… is its Fruit all that Sweet?

In his famous “Advice to Scholars”, David Guramishvili wrote (translation by Venera Urushadze): If you seek happiness and good, First taste the bitterness of gall, For bitter roots yield sweetest fruits, And honest labour blesses all. Guramishvili is a passionate advocate of learning not as...

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