Monthly Archives: January 2012

Armenia’s Economy since Independence

Foreword A common analysis of Armenia’s economic performance since independence typically focuses on the limitations imposed by geography and geopolitics and mostly ignores, or at best glosses over, the failures of governance and policy to deliver on what could have … Continue reading

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Land grabbing the Armenian way or the story of promoting rural migration?

In many Government of Armenia strategy papers the social and economic development of rural high mountainous, remote and borderline communities is prioritized. Prevention of rural migration is emphasized as a national priority in the RA Government’s Program. Much attention is … Continue reading

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