The Caucasus Research Resource Centers

Status Network

Abbreviation CRRC

Telephone (995 32) 250 52 90

Email crrc-geo@crrccenters.org

URL http://www.crrccenters.org/

Address 1 Liziko Kavtaradze Str. (Former 5 Chavchavadze Ave.) Entrance III-IV, First Floor, 0179, Tbilisi, , Georgia

Contact person Koba Turmanidze (Director)

Contact person Tinatin Zurabishvili (Research Director)

People

Dustin Gilbreath

Koba Turmanidze


Bibliography

Fumagalli M., Turmanidze K., (2017) Taking partly free voters seriously: autocratic response to voter preferences in Armenia and Georgia. Caucasus Survey , vol: 5, 199-215


Gilbreath D., (2017) Elections and election fraud in Georgia and Armenia. Caucasus Survey , vol: 5, 238-258


Gilbreath D., (2015) The self-defeating game: how state capacity and policy choice affect political survival. Caucasus Survey , vol: 5, 216-237


Gilbreath D., (2015) No, Putin is not winning Georgia away from Europe. Here are the facts.


Gilbreath D., (2015) Thinking about think tanks in the South Caucasus: A New Series.


Gilbreath D., (2016) Are Georgian politics about to become boring?.


Gilbreath D., (2015) NGOs and the Georgian Public: Why Communication Matters. CAUCASUS ANALYTICAL DIGEST,


Gilbreath D., (2014) Transforming Sites of Memory, Transforming Time: Telavi’s Rehabilitation. CAUCASUS ANALYTICAL DIGEST,


Gilbreath D., (2014) Happiness in Georgia.


Gilbreath D., (2014) Trust in Institutions in the South Caucasus.


Gilbreath D., (2014) Aspects of Georgian Nationalism.


Gilbreath D., (2014) Health in the South Caucasus.


Gilbreath D., (2014) Trust in Local Government in Georgia.


Gilbreath D., (2014) Finding a good job in Georgia.


Gilbreath D., (2014) Second Languages in the South Caucasus and Education Policy in Georgia.


Turmanidze K., (2017) Promises, lies and the accountability trap. Evidence from a survey experiment in Armenia and Georgia. Caucasus Survey , vol: 5, 279-300


Turmanidze K., (2003) Models of Governance in Divided Communities: the Case of Georgian Devolution.


Babutsidze Z., Turmanidze K., (2003) The structure of the Georgian blogosphere and its implications for information diffusion. International Journal of Social Network Mining, vol: 1, 280-297


Babutsidze Z., Turmanidze K., (2013) Influential individuals on social networks: An example of facebook In Georgia. European Scientific Journal,


Babutsidze Z., Turmanidze K., (2012) Facebook in Georgia.