The global recovery from both the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia's invasion of Ukraine is progressing slowly and unevenly. While there was initial economic resilience earlier in the year, marked by a rebound in reopening and efforts to reduce inflation, it is premature to feel reassured. Economic activity has yet to fully return to pre-pandemic levels, particularly in emerging markets and developing economies, and regional disparities are widening.
In a landmark event held today, key stakeholders gathered to explore and introduce a groundbreaking
On 21-22 June 2023, Yaroslava Babych of the ISET Policy Institute took part in a two-day conference “The playing field in academia: Why are women still underrepresented?” held within the Forum for Research on Gender Economics (FROGEE) initiative.
The ISET Policy Institute research team conducted a comprehensive study on the trade potential between Georgia and Indonesia. The study comprehensively analyzes Georgia's economic landscape, exploring growth trends, major industries, and fiscal policies. It evaluates dynamic factors influencing economic resilience and adaptability, assesses the business environment, identifies sectors for Indonesian companies, reviews existing cooperation, explores growth opportunities, and conducts a risk assessment.
On 31 May, ISET Policy Institute participated in a dissemination event on the World Bank study – “Agriculture, Land and Water Policies to Scale Up Sustainable Agri-Food Systems”.