University of Oxford

Status a collegiate research university

Telephone +44 1865 270000

URL http://www.ox.ac.uk/

Address Wellington Square, OX1 2JD, Oxford, , United Kingdom

Contact person Chris Patten (Chancellor)

Contact person Richardson Richardson (Louise Richardson[)

Departments Department of Social Policy and Intervention , Department of Education , St Anne's College ,

People

Alexi Gugushvili

Maia Chankseliani

Stephen Neil MacFarlane

Tamara Dragadze


Bibliography

Gugushvili A., (2009) Political Economy of Old-age Pension Reforms in Georgia. Caucasian Review of International Affairs, vol: 3, 371-386


Gugushvili A., (2011) Understanding Poverty in Georgia. Caucasus Analytical Digest, vol: 34, 15-18


Gugushvili A., (2015) Self-interest, Perceptions of Transition and Welfare Preferences in the New Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus. Europe-Asia Studies, vol: 67, 718-746


Gugushvili A., (2016) “Money can’t buy me land”: Foreign land ownership regime and public opinion in a transition society. Land Use Policy, vol: 55, 142-153


Gugushvili A., (2016) Cartographies of Stalin: Place, Scale, and Reputational Politics. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Alexi_Gugushvili/publication/283422947_Cartographies_of_Stalin_Place_Scale_and_Representational_Politics/links/563878ec08ae4bde50214aa7.pdf, vol: 68, 356-367


Gugushvili A., (2012) COUNTRY REPORT: GEORGIA.


Gugushvili A., (2012) DEVELOPMENT AND SIDE EFFECTS OF REMITTANCES IN GEORGIA.


Gugushvili A., (2015) Collective Memory, National Identity, and Contemporary Georgian Perspectives on Stalin and the Soviet Past.


Gugushvili A., (2011) Explaining trust in local government: The case of the Southern Caucasus.


Gugushvili A., (2013) Social Origin, Education and Occupation in Georgia. Caucasus Social Science Review (CSSR), vol: 1,


Gugushvili A., (2011) Social Stratification in Less Successful Post-socialist Societies: Twenty Years After. The 10th Conference of the European Sociological Association,


Gugushvili A., KABACHNIK P., (2015) Stalin is dead, long live Stalin? Testing socialization, structural, ideological, nationalist, and gender hypotheses. Post-Soviet Affairs, vol: 31, 1-36


Gugushvili A., (2012) Ascriptive Inequality and Life Chances in Georgia.


Gugushvili A., (2006) How Globalisation Shapes Public Policy? A Case of Azerbaijan.


Gugushvili A., (2014) The Effect of the 2008 War on Estonian Public Confidence in International Organisations: A Mixed Methods Study.


Gugushvili A., (2012) Material Deprivation and the District Level Outcomes of the 2012 Parliamentary Elections in Georgia.


Gugushvili A., (2012) The (non) Reform of the Georgian Pension system, 1991-2011: A Brief History and Update.


KABACHNIK P., Gugushvili A., (2015) Unconditional love? Exploring hometown effect in Stalin's birthplace. Caucasus Survey, vol: 3, 101-123


KABACHNIK P., Gugushvili A., (2016) Stalin Today: Contending with the Soviet Past in Georgia.


Chankseliani M., (2013) Rural disadvantage in Georgian higher education admissions: A mixed-methods study. Comparative Education Review, vol: 57, 424-456


Chankseliani M., (2013) Higher Education Access in Post-Soviet Georgia. Fairness in Access to Higher Education in a Global Perspective, SensePublishers, 171-187


Chankseliani M., (2013) The financial burden of attending university in Georgia: Implications for rural students. Prospects, vol: 43, 311-328


Chankseliani M., (2014) Georgia: Marketization and Education Post-1991. Education in Eastern Europe and Eurasia,


Chankseliani M., (2013) Spatial Inequities in Higher Education Admissions in Georgia: Likelihood of Choosing and Gaining Access to Prestigious Higher Education Institutions. CAUCASUS SOCIAL SCIENCE REVIEW (CSSR), vol: 1,


Chankseliani M., (2012) Mixed-methods study of higher education access in Georgia: does location matter?. University of Cambridge,


Chankseliani M., (2009) Procrustean decisions in higher education admissions: The case of Georgia. VDM Publishing,


Chankseliani M., (2016) International student mobility from Russia, Eastern Europe, Caucasus, and Central Asia to the UK: trends, institutional rationales and strategies for student recruitment.


Chankseliani M., (2011) Georgian rural reality: an empirical snapshot.


Chankseliani M., (2008) Using service-learning activities for civic identity formation. GESJ: Education Sciences and Psychology, vol: 12,


Chankseliani M., (2014) Private school enrolments: Are post-Soviet countries travelling on Friedman's roadmap?.


Gugushvili A., (2011) DEMOCRATIC DISCONTENT AND EMIGRATION: DO POLITICAL ATTITUDES EXPLAIN EMIGRATION INTENTIONS?. Mimeo, European University Institute,


MacFarlane S., (2004) Security and development in the Caucasus. Conflict, Security & Development , vol: 4, 133-148


MacFarlane S., (1997) Democratization, Nationalism and Regional Security in the Southern Caucasus. Government and Opposition, vol: 32, 399-420


MacFarlane S., (2011) Post-Revolutionary Georgia on the Edge.


MacFarlane S., (2012) Georgia: National Security Concept versus National Security.


MacFarlane S., (2015) Two Years of the Dream: Georgian Foreign Policy During the Transition.


MacFarlane S., (2015) International Engagement and the Governance of Ethnic Diversity in Georgia. International Approaches to Governing Ethnic Diversity, Oxford University Press,


MacFarlane S., (2010) Colliding state-building projects and regional insecurity in post-soviet space: Georgia versus Russia in South Ossetia. Book Series: Comparative Social Research, 103 - 126


Khelashvili G., MacFarlane S., (2010) The Evolution of US Policy towards the Southern Caucasus. Uluslararasliskiler (International Relations) (Turkey), vol: 7, 105-124


Dragadze T., (1995) Report on Chechnya. Central Asian Survey , vol: 14, 463-471


Dragadze T., (1998) Rural Families in Soviet Georgia: A Case Study in Ratcha Province. Routledge,