Khishtovani Giorgi - Department of Accounting and Control, University of Bremen, Germany; Expert of the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) Pirveli Erekle -Department of Accounting and Control, University of Bremen, Germany The current paper explores Corporate Political Responsibility (CPR) by considering the case of Georgia. It also attempts to discuss the impact of CPR on the economic development of the Georgian state by analyzing the Georgian insurance s
One of the most painful pages of the history of our country is the “Great Terror” of 1937-1938. The repressions of 1930’s affected tens of thousands Georgians and barely was a family left not touched by this tragedy. The highest sentence for the convicts – death by shooting – was executed in several cities: Tbilisi, Batumi, Kutaisi, and Sokhumi.
Short Review of Legal Foundations of e-Government and e-Transparency in Georgia The presented short review of the legislative base of Georgia on e-Governance and e-Transparency makes clear that some legislative regulation is to be made in the future. First of all, it must be mentioned that the Government is on the first stage of transformation to the e-Government. It is natural that the legislative base at this stage is not so well-developed for state bodies and public employees as well a
E-Governance and E-Transparency International Tendencies and Georgia we may say that positive tendencies are observed in Georgia in the direction of e-Governance development. Modern informational technologies are introduced in practice and significant electronic projects are planned. Governmental commission supporting e-Governance development has been operating since 2007. The Commission is directly