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Admissions Exams: May 14, 2016

- 10 May 2016

Admissions Exams: May 14, 2016

On May 14, 2016 ISET will hold Admissions exams in English and Mathematics. Exams will be held simultaneously in Baku, Tbilisi, and Yerevan. The Mathematics exam assesses basic mathematical knowledge, thinking, and problem-solving skills.

ISET's Revaz Geradze Promoted to Head a Key Policy Unit at the MoESD

- 25 April 2016

ISET's Revaz Geradze Promoted to Head a Key Policy Unit at the MoESD

We are proud to announce that Revaz Geradze (ISET class 2011) has been recently promoted to Head of Macroeconomic Analysis division at the Georgian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development. Revaz previously served as Chief Specialist in the Economic Policy and Analysis Department at the...

Do We Need No Education? Discussion with Eric Livny and Giorgi Bakradze

- 20 April 2016

Do We Need No Education? Discussion with Eric Livny and Giorgi Bakradze

Georgia's education system seems to be broken. It is no longer corrupt, which is good, but it does not deliver the quality that we all want and need. Our teachers are among the lowest paid in Georgia and in the world.

Avner Shaked, a Guru of Industrial Organization Theory, Visits ISET

- 20 April 2016

Avner Shaked, a Guru of Industrial Organization Theory, Visits ISET

ISET is proud to welcome Professor Avner Shaked, a regular visiting scholar and a member of our International Faculty Committee. This year Prof. Shaked will teach a Game Theory class in the first year and Industrial Organization (IO) in the second year.

What Does China's Slowdown Mean for Georgia (and the Rest of the World)?

- 19 April 2016

What Does China's Slowdown Mean for Georgia (and the Rest of the World)?

On 18 April, 2016 ISET hosted Dr. Donghyun Park, a principal economist with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), who presented his team’s research: the Impact of China’s Slowdown on the World Economy.

ISET Researchers Discuss Georgia's Demographic Challenges

- 19 April 2016

ISET Researchers Discuss Georgia's Demographic Challenges

Georgia’s population is rapidly aging because of low fertility, improvements in the healthcare system, and labor migration. The challenges of living in an older society were discussed in a working group format as part of the “National Dialogue on Georgian Demographic Security Priorities”.

ISET President Sharing an Inspiring Story at Tbilisi TEDx

- 18 April 2016

ISET President Sharing an Inspiring Story at Tbilisi TEDx

Mr. Livny chose to devote his TEDx talk to the challenge of bringing education and light to Georgia’s remote villages. He told the story of Dzevri, a tiny village in Imereti, which used the help of an American couple, Cathy McLain and Roy Southworth.

Nodar Okroshiashvili and Dace Javashvili Win the March 2016 Blog Comment Competition

- 12 April 2016

Nodar Okroshiashvili and Dace Javashvili Win the March 2016 Blog Comment Competition

We are pleased to announce the winners of our March 2016 Blog Comment Competition. Nodar Okroshiashvili (class 2017) and Dace Javashvili (class 2014) received certificates and cash prizes of $200 and $100 respectively.

"The Big Short" Screened at ISET

- 12 April 2016

"The Big Short" Screened at ISET

The screening of “The Big Short” was organized on Tuesday, April 12, by ISET’s communication department for staff, faculty and students in ISET’s MA and Finance for Professionals programs. “The Big Short” is a 2015 American biographical comedy-drama based on an eponymous non-fiction book.

Norwegian School of Economics in Borjomi

- 11 April 2016

Norwegian School of Economics in Borjomi

Borjomi was the final stop and the highlight on a four-day anticorruption program ISET organized for students and faculty of its partner university, the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) in Bergen. The tour was hosted by Borjomi LTD, producer of Georgia’s most famous mineral water.

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