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When states lose territory: Georgia‘s post-2008 adjustment

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Beyond Neoclassical Economics: The Impact of Religion on the Economic Disparity Between Georgia and Estonia

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Historical Determinants of Regional Divisions of Georgia and their Implications for Territorial Governance

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Taxonomic revision and new species/subspecies of Middle-Late Miocene (Bessarabian) miliolids of the Family Hauerinidae Schwager from Georgia — Eastern Paratethys

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Forward-looking solutions for the Georgian and South Ossetian conflict: a path towards reconciliation

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Georgian Consumer Attitudes Towards Genetically Modified Products

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Recharge and dynamics of a karst groundwater system in Kakheti (Eastern Georgia)

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Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Context of a Moral Economy: Dilemma for Developing Countries (Case of Georgia)

References Balarjishvili I. (2017) Contradictions of development of civil society as economic actor in Georgia. Country experiences in economic development, management and entrepreneurship. Proceedings of the 17th Eurasia business and economics society conference (pp. 171–186). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-46319-3_10 Balarjishvili I., & Natsvlishvili I. (2017) Elites and society: Contradictions of economic and institutional interests (by the example of Georgia). International Journal of Business and

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Differences Between Georgian and French Wild Cherry Populations and Consequence for Wild Cherry Breeding Programmes

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For the first time, the diversity of wild cherry in Caucasia was sampled: 5 populations of Georgia, together with 11 French populations. 23 alleles from 7 isozyme loci were scored, among them 6 new alleles in Georgia. Though the total number of alleles was higher in Georgia (A = 2.4) than in France (A = 2.0), the diversity was higher in France (He = 0.324) than in Georgia (He = 0.284). A higher level of differentiation was found in France (Fst = 0.094) than in Georgia (Fst = 0.057), and the total Fst was even higher (0.108). Mean pairwise distances inside the French group, the Georgian group and between the two groups were 0.054, 0.037 and 0.094, respectively. The Pearson’s correlation coefficient between genetic and geographical distances was 0.58 (p = 0.014) between France and Georgia, which indicated a moderate pattern of isolation by distance. The number of migrants after correction of size was high among the French populations (Nm= 7.6) and even higher among the four nearby Georgian populations (Nm= 32), but it was very low between the pooled French populations and the pooled Georgian populations (Nm= 0.33). Georgia in Caucasia, as an extreme country in the distribution area, can be considered as a source of neutral gene diversity for wild cherry, and thus may also be one for adaptative gene diversity we could use to increase the genetic base of our western country wild cherry breeding populations.

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The EU-Georgia Association Agreement: An Instrument To Support The Development Of Georgia Or Lip Service? / Układ Stowarzyszeniowy Ue – Gruzja: Instrument Wsparcia Rozwoju Gruzji Czy Deklaracja Bez Pokrycia?

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