How does Economic Crisis Influence Politicians’ Environmental Policy Positions?

- 26 February 2015

How does Economic Crisis Influence Politicians’ Environmental Policy Positions?

On February 25th, ISET hosted Riikka Savolainen, Ph.D. from the Aalto University, Finland. Dr. Savolainen holds a master’s degree from the Helsinki School of Economics. Her research interests include applied microeconometrics and political economy and, more specifically, intra-party heterogeneity and candidate strategies. Her general interests...


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...

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 supply” organized by the International School of Economics (ISET) and the ISET Policy Institute with the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Among the topics discussed during the seminar will be:

 

 

 

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