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1. A New View of the Economic Ability of the Government, Egalitarian Goods and GNP.
International Journal of Social Economics , Vol. 20, No.8, 1993.

2. The Role of the State in the Modern Economic System .
Problems of Economic Transition , Vol. 37, No. 5, 1994.

3. The Georgian Economy: Problems of Reform.
Eurasian Studies, Vol., 2, No. 2, 1995.

4. Marxist Points of View on the Soviet Communist Economic System and the Manifestation of Egalitarianism in Post-Communist Economic Reform.
International Journal of Social Economics , Vol. 22, No.6, 1995.

5. The Georgian Economy: From “Shock Therapy” to “Social Promo­tion”.
Communist Economies & Economic Transformation, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1996.

6. “Social Promotion” of Economic Reform in Georgia .
Economic Systems, Vol. 20, No.4, 1996.

7. Industrial Policy and Trade Regime in Georgia.
Eurasian Studies, Vol., 3, No. 4, 1996/97 (co-author T. Beridze).

8. On the Possible Functioning of the Social Sector According to the Principles of the Private Sector (Taxation Aspect).
Problems of Economic Transition , Vol. 40, No. 2, 1997.

9. On the Shadow Political Economy of the Post-Communist Tran­s­for­­ma­tion. An Institutional Analysis.
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 40, No. 6, 1997 (co-author N.Khaduri).

10. Georgia: Economic and Social Challenges of the Transition.
Problems of Economic Transition , Vol. 40, No. 7/8, 1997 (Ed by V.Papava & E.Chikovani).

11. Strategic Economic Partnership in Caucasus.
Caucasica. The Jour­nal of Caucasian Studies , Vol. 2, 1998.

12. Prospects for Foreign Investments and Strategic Economic Par­t­ner­ship in the Caucasus.
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 41, No. 5, 1998 (co-author N.Gogatadze).

13. The Georgian Economy: Main Directions and Initial Results of Re­forms.
In: Systemic Change in Post-Communist Economies. Selected Papers from the Fifth World Congress of Central and East European Stu­dies, Warsaw , 1995. Ed. by P.G. Hare. London, Macmillan Press, 1999.


14. State, Public sector and Theoretical Prerequisites to a Model of an “Eco­no­my without Taxes”.
International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 27, No. 1-2, 2000.

15. Post-Communist Transformation of the Georgian Economy: Ex­perience and Main Directions of Reforms.
In: VI World Congress for Central and East European Studies. 29 July – 3 August 2000, Tampere, Finland. Helsinki, ICCEES, 2000.

16. Papava Indexes of Tax Corruption.
K.Shevardnadze, R.Chechelashvili, V.Chocheli, N.Khaduri. Tbilisi, Company Imperial, 2000.

17. Necroeconomics and Post-Communist Transformation of Economy.
Tbilisi, Company Imperial, 2001.

18. Economic Approach to the Restriction of Corruption in Georgia
Georgian Economic Trends, 3-4, 2000.

19. Trends in Poverty and Well-being in the 90's of Georgia
Country paper. Background Paper Prepared for the Regional Monitoring Report No. 8: A Decade of Transition (2001). UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, 2000.

20. Indexes of Tax Corruption.
In: Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute. 53 Session. Con­tributed Papers. Tome LIX. Book 3 . 22-29 August 2001, Seoul, Re­public of Korea . Seoul, ISI, 2001.

21. Necroeconomics – A Phenomenon of the Post-Com­munist Transi­ti­on Pe­­riod.
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 44, No. 8, 2001.

22. Tax Federalism Concept: Consensus Versus Separatism.
Georgian Economic Trends , No. 2, 2001.

23. Leszek Balcerowicz and Georgia. 
Tbilisi., GFSIS, 2002.

24. On the Special Features of Georgia’s International Economic Function. 
Central Asia and the Caucasus , No 2, 2002

25. International Monetary Fund and Post-Communist Georgia. 
Tbilisi, GFSIS, 2002.

26. The Possibility of Global Economic Crises and Georgia's Strategy. 
Georgian Economic Trends , No. 1, 2002 (co-author V. Chocheli).

27. On the Possibilities and Prospects for the Formation of an Economic System in the Southern Caucasus. 
In: Central Asia and South Caucasus Affairs: 2002. Ed. By B. Rumer and Lau S.Y. Tokyo, The Sasakawa Peace Foundation, 2002.

28. Necroeconomics - the Theory of Post-Communist Transformation of an Economy. 
International Journal of Social Economics , Vol. 29, No. 9-10, 2002.

29. On the Laffer Effect in Post-Communist Economies (On the Bases of the Observation of Russian Literature)
Problems of Economic Transition, , Vol. 45, No.7, 2002.

Papava 30. Splendours & Miseries of the IMF in Post Communist Georgia. 

31. Prospects For The US Dollar And The Euro And Georgia. 
Georgian Economic Trends, No. 2-3, 2003 (co-author V. Chocheli).

32. On the Role of the International Monetary Fund in the Post-Communist Transformation of Georgia
Emerging Markets; Finance and Trade, vol. 39, No 5, 2003

Papava 33. Financial Globalization and Post-Communist Georgia : Global Exchange Rate Instability and its Implications for Georgia
at Amazon.com (co-author V. Chocheli).

34. The Basic Causes of "Dragging Out" the Transition Period
In: Central Asia and South Caucasus Affairs: 2003. Ed. By B. Rumer and Lau S.Y. Tokyo, The Sasakawa Peace Foundation, 2003.

35. The Main Macroeconomic Tendencies of Georgia in 1995-2002. 
In: Central Asia and South Caucasus Affairs: 2003. Ed. By B. Rumer and Lau S.Y. Tokyo, The Sasakawa Peace Foundation, 2003. (co-author T. Beridze)

36. The Doctrine of Market Equality. Questions of Theory and Its Application to the Process of Postcommunist Transformation
Problems of Economic Transition,Vol. 47, No. 8, 2004

37. On the Theory of Post-Communist Economic Transition to Market
International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 32, No. 1/2, 2005

Necroeconomics 38. The Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline: Implications for Georgia. In: The Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline: Oil Window to the West.
Ed. by S. Frederick Starr and Svante E. Cornell. Uppsala, The Silk Road Studies Program, Uppsala University, 2005.

39. Necroeconomics: The Political Economy of Post-Communist Capitalism.
At Amazon.com

40. Georgia's Macroeconomic Situation Before and After the Rose Revolution.
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 48, No. 4, 2005.

41. Global Exchange Rate Instability and Its Implications for Georgia.
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 48, No. 4, 2005 (co-author V. Chocheli).

42. Georgia's Economic Role in the South Caucasus.
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 48, No. 4, 2005.

43. Becoming European: Georgia's Strategy for Joining the EU.
Problems of Post-Communism, Vol. 53, No. 1, 2006 (co-author M. Tokmazishvili).

44. Russia's Economic Imperialism.
Project Syndicate, January, 2006 (co-author F. Starr).

45. Georgia – 2005: General Overview.
In: Central Eurasia – 2005. Analytical Annual.

46. Comparative Advantages of the Central Caucasian Countries: Potential, Realized, and Missed Opportunities.
In: The Caucasus & Globalization, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2006.

The Central Caucasus 47. Economic Transition to European or Post-Communist Capitalism?
European Association for Comparative Economic Studies (EACES) Working Papers, No. 1, March, 2006.

48. Corruption and Primary Accumulation of Capital in Transitional Economies.
Ludwig von Mises Institute Working Papers, 10/17/2006.

49. The Political Economy of Georgia's Rose Revolution.
Orbis. A Journal of World Affairs, Vol. 50, No. 4, Fall, 2006.

50. The Central Caucasus: Essays on Geopolitical Economy.
Stockholm, «CA&CC Press», 2006 (co-author E. Ismailov).

51. Russia's Illiberal “Liberal Empire”.
Project Syndicate, February, 2007

Papava 52. The "Immortal" Idea of a Free Economic Zone.
Expert Opinion, No.2. Tbilisi: GFSIS, 2007.

53. Does the Market Exclude Equality?
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 175, No.1, 2007.

54. On the Essence of Economic Reforms in Georgia, or How European is the European Choice of Post-Revolution Georgia?
TEPAV (Turkey) .

55. Currency Board Against the Background of Dutch Disease.
Georgian Economic Trends, October, 2007

56. Necroeconomic Foundations and the Development of Business in Post-Revolution Georgia.
The Caucasus and Globalization, Vol. 1 (4), 2007 (co-author M. Tokmazishvili).

57. Georgia’s Hollow Revolution: Does Georgia’s Pro-Western and Anti-Russian Policy Amount to Democracy?
Harvard International Review, February 27, 2008.

58. The Essence of Economic Reforms in Post-Revolution Georgia: What about the European Choice?
Georgian International Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2008

59. "Central Caucasasia" Instead of "Central Eurasia"
Central Asia and the Caucasus, No. 2 (50), 2008

60. On the Role of the "Caucasian Tandem" in GUAM.
Central Asia and the Caucasua, No. 3-4 (51-52), 2008.

61. Pipelime Harmonization Instead of Alternative Pipepines: Why the Pipeline “Cold War” Needs to End.
Azerbaijan in the World. The Electronic Publication of Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy, Vol. I, No. 10, June 15, 2008 (co-author Michael Tokmazishvili).

62. A New Concept for the Caucasus.
Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, Vo. 8, No. 3, 2008 (co-author E. Ismailov).

63. Central Caucaso-Asia: Toward a Redefinition of Post-Soviet Central Eurasia.
Azerbaijan in the World. The Electronic Publication of Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy, Vol. I, No. 17, October 1, 2008.

64. Russia: Being in the Kremlin Means Never Letting Go.
Eurasia Insight. Eurasianet, November 5, 2008

65. Post-War Georgia’s Economic Challenges.
CACI Analyst, Vol. 10, No. 23, November 26, 2008.

66. Georgia: Economy.
Heaney, Dominic, ed. Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia 2009. London, Routledge, 2008 (co-author Michael Tokmazishvili).

67. The Central Caucasus: Problems of Geopolitical Economy.
New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2008 (co-author E. Ismailov).

68. Theoretical Foundations of the Laffer Curve.
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. II, No.4, 2008.

69. Post-War Georgia Pondering New Models of Development.
CACI Analyst, Vol. 11, No. 1, 14 January, 2009 (co-author Archil Gegeshidze).

70. Is Zombie Economicus Coming?
The Market Oracle, February 07, 2009.

71. The End of the Frozen Cold War?
Caucasian Review of International Affairs, Vol. 3 (1) – Winter, 2009.

72. The New Threats of the Old Cold War.
e-politik.de, February 18, 2009.

73. Energy Trade and Cooperation Between the EU and CIS Countries.
CASE Network Reports, No. 83 (co-authors Sabit Bagirov, Leonid Grigoriev, Wojciech Paczynski, Marcel Salikhov, Michael Tokmazishvili).

74. Georgian Economy: Mistakes, Threats and Resolutions.
New Caucasus, April, 2009.

75. Georgian Economy: Mistakes, Threats and Resolutions.
Crisis in Georgia, 2008: Preconditions, Reality, Perspectives. Tbilisi: Independent Experts' Club, 2009.

76. Anatomical Pathology of Georgia’s Rose Revolution.
Current Politics and Economics of the Caucasus Region, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2009.

77. Reflection of Donors’ Financial Aid within the Framework of Brussels Conference Decisions in the 2008 and 2009 State Budgets of Georgia.
Tbilisi, “Open Society Georgia” Foundation, 2009.

78. Alternatives of the Laffer Curve with "hysteresis".
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. III, No. 1, 2009.

79. Georgia's economy: post-revolutionary development and post-war difficulties.
Central Asian Survey, Vol. 28, No. 2, June 2009.

80. Formation and Development of the "Caucasian Tandem."
Azerbaijan Focus, Vol. 1 (1), June-August, 2009.

81. Poverty Reduction Through Private Sector Development in Georgia: Policy, Practice and Perspectives.
Caucasian Review of International Affairs, Vol. 3 (3) - Summer, 2009.

82. Post-Communist capitalism and the modern World of dead Economy.
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2009.

83. Eurasia Versus Central Caucaso-Asia: On the Geopolitics of Central Caucaso-Asia .
CICERO Foundation Great Debate Paper No. 09/8, December, 2009 .

84. The human factor in the Modern Financial Crisis.
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2009.

85. The European Vector of Economic Reforms in Post-Revolution Georgia.
In Lorenz King, and Giorgi Khubua, eds., Georgia in Transition. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009 .

86. The "Rosy" Mistakes of the IMF and World Bank in Georgia.
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 52, No. 7, 2009.

87. Post-Communist Capitalism and Financial Crisis, or the Mixing of the Necroeconomics and the Zombie-Nomics.
Georgian International Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2010.

89. Russian Energy Politics and the EU: How to Change the Paradigm.
Caucasian Review on International Affairs, vol. 4 (2), Spring 2010.

90. The Economic Development Complex in the Black Sea Area: The Impact of the Global Financial and Economic Crisis.
Xenophon Paper, No. 9, 2010.

91. Central Caucaso-Asia: from imperial to democratic geopolitics.
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2010.

92. The Global Financial Crisis and the Difficulties of Economic Development in the Central Caucasian Countries.
Banks and Business, No. 2, 2010.

93. Rethinking Central Eurasia.
Washington, D.C.: Johns Hopkins University-SAIS, Stockholm: Institute for Security and Development Policy, 2010 (co-author E. Ismailov).

94. Post-war Economy of Georgia: New Challenges and Old Mistakes.
Georgia,2009. Post-War Challenges & Perspectives. Tbilisi: Independent Experts' Club, 2010 .

95. On the Difficulties and the Threats of the Current Global Financial and Economic Crisis.
Collection of Materials of International Scientific-Practical Conference Dedicated to the 65th Anniversary Since the Foundation of Paata Gugushvili Institute of Economics and the 105th Birth Anniversary of Academician Paata Gugushvili. Tbilisi, 2010.

96. Economy of the Post-Communist Capitalism under the Financial Crisis.
Studies in Economics and Finance, Vol. 27, No. 2, 2010.

97. Central Caucaso-Asia: Rethinking of Geopolitics of Post-Soviet Central Eurasia.
Eurasia: Prospects for Wider Cooperation, International Council for Central and East European Studies (ICCEES) VIII World Congress, July 26-31, 2010, Stockholm, Sweden. Stockholm: Sällskapet, 2010.

98. Georgia’s Economy: Post-revolutionary Development and Post-war Difficulties.
War and Revolution in the Caucasus: Georgia Ablaze. London, Routledge, 2010

99. The Economic Challenges of the Black Sea Region: the Global Financial Crisis and Energy Sector Cooperation.
Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, Vo. 10, No. 3, 2010.

100. On the Main Challenge of the Current Global Financial and Economic Crisis.
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2010.

101. The Problem of Zombification of the Postcommunist Necroeconomy.
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 53, No. 4, 2010.

102. Post-Soviet Economic Relations between Georgia and Russia: Reality and Development Potential.
Russia and Georgia: The Ways out of the Crisis. Tbilisi, ICCN, 2010.

103. Economic Transformation and the Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis in the Southern Caucasus.
In Mustafa Aydin, ed., Non-Traditional Security Threats and Regional Cooperation in the Southern Caucasus. Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2011.

104. On the Economic and Energy Cooperation in the Caucasus.
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2011 (co-authors T. Tapladze, and N. Ulumberashvili).

105. Energy Cooperation Opportunities in the Caucasus.
Caucasus International, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2011.

106. Energizing EU-FSU Relations: Challenges and Opportunities.
EU Eastern Neighborhood: Economic Potential and Future Development, M. Dabrowski, and M. Maliszewska, eds. Heidelberg, Springer, 2011.

107. Myths about the Georgian Economy.
Democrarcy & Freedom Watch, October 18, 2011 .

108. The Evolution of Economic Relations Between Georgia and Russia in the Post-Soviet Period: Past Trends and Perspectives.
Russia and Georgia: Searching the Way Out. Tbilisi, Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies, 2011.

109. Russia’s Accession to the WTO: The Perspective from Tbilisi.
International Alert, December, 2011.

110. On the First-Generation Post-Communist Reforms of Georgia's Economy (A Retrospective Analysis).
The Caucasus & Globalization, Vol. 5, Issue 3-4, 2011.

111. Qualitative Economic Features of the South Caucasian Countries: Past, Present and Future in the European Context.
The South Caucasus 2021: Oil, Democracy and Geopolitics, Fariz Ismailzade and Glen E. Howard, Eds. Washington, DC, The Jamestown Foundation, 2012.

112. The Role of the Average Tax Rate in the Keynesian Model of Aggregate Demand.
Problems of Economic Transition, 2012, Vol. 54, No. 12 (co-author Iuri Ananiashvili).

113. Macroeconomic Model of Laffer-Keynesian Synthesis.
Problems of Economic Transition, 2012, Vol. 54, No. 12 (co-author Iuri Ananiashvili).

114. Taxes, Production Technology, and Economic Growth.
Problems of Economic Transition, 2012, Vol. 54, No. 12 (co-author Iuri Ananiashvili).

115. Democracy: a Goal or a Merely a Commitment for the West?
openDemocracy, 21 May, 2012.

116. The Kremlin and Georgia – Collusion or Illusion?
openDemocracy, 24 July, 2012 .

117. Economic Component ofthe Russian-Georgian Conflict.
The Caucasus & Globalization, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2012.

118. Impact of the Average Tax Rate on the Aggregate Demand (Keynesian Models).
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2012 (co-author Iuri Ananiashvili).

119. US Elections: Hopes and Expectations from a ‘Post-Rosy’ Georgia.
openDemocracy, 23 October, 2012.

Economic Reforms Post Communist Georgia 120. Economic Growth in the Central Caucaso-Asian Countries Adjusted for the Catch-Up Effect.
Central Asia and The Caucasus, Vo. 13, No. 4, 2012.

121. Georgia’s Socio-Economic Development: Prospects Over the Medium Term.
International Alert, January, 2013

122. Economic Reforms in Post-Communist Georgia : Twenty Years After.
New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2013.

123. The Main Challenges of "Post-Rosy" Georgia's Medium Term Economic Development.
GFSIS Center for Applied Economic Studies Research Paper. 01.2013.

124. The Behavioral Model for Estimating the Laffer Fiscal Points.
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 1, 2013 (co-author Iuri Ananiashvili).

125. On the Optimal Tax Burden (Denunciation of Plagiarism).
GFSIS Center for Applied Econo­mic Studies Re­search Paper—02.2013 (co-author Iuri Ananiashvili).

126. Economic Achievements of Postrevolutionary Georgia. Myths and Reality.
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 56, No. 2, 2013.

127. Reforming of the Post-Soviet Georgia’s Economy in 1991-2011.
GFSIS Center for Applied Econo­mic Studies Re­search Paper—03.2013.

128. On the Vector of Economic Development of Post-Communist Georgia.
Tbilisi, GFSIS, Expert Opinion, No. 7, 2013.

129. On the Laffer-Keynesian Synthesis
GFSIS Center for Applied Econo­mic Studies Re­search Paper—04.2013 (co-author Iuri Ananiashvili).

130. Equilibrium and Optimal Tax Rates in the Models of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply (Laffer-Keynesian Synthesis)
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2013 (co-author Iuri Ananiashvili).

Laffer-Keynesian Synthesis and Macroeconomic Equilibrium 131. The Eurasianism of Russian Anti-Westernism and the Concept of “Central Caucaso-Asia”.
Russian Politics & Law, Vol. 51, No. 6, 2013.

132. Laffer-Keynesian Synthesis and Macroeconomic Equilibrium.
New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2014.

133. Comparative Analysis of the Models of Economic Development of Georgia and Russia.
In Search of Ways for Russian-Georgian Normalization. Tbilisi, GFSIS, 2014.

134. The Catch-Up Effect and Regional Comparisons of Growth Indicators (With the Eastern Partnership Countries as an Example) .
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 57, No. 3, 2014.

135. Georgia’s Economy. The Search for a Development Model.
Problems of Economic Transition, Vol. 57, No. 3, 2014.

136. The Georgian model of libertarianism and its applicability to Ukraine.
Democracy & Freedom Watch, September 29, 2014.

137. Old or New Cold War?
CICERO Foundation Great Debate Paper, No. 14/07, October 2014.

138. Regional Railways in the Central Caucasus and Georgia’s Economic Interests.
The Caucasus & Globalization, Vol. 8, Iss. 1-2, 2014.

139. Necroeconomics of Post-Soviet Post-Industrialism and the Model of Economic Development of Georgia and Russia.
Journal of Business and Economics, Volume 6, No. 5, 2015.

140. Pseudo-Libertarianism in Post-Revolutionary Georgia.
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 9, No. 2, 2015 (co-author Tamar Taphladze).

141. Economic Models of Eurasianism and the Eurasian Union: Why the Future is Not Optimistic.
The Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, October 29, 2015.

142. Georgia's Choice: The European Union or the Eurasian Economic Union.
GFSIS, Expert Opinion, No. 57, 2016.

143. The Leading G20 Countries in Economic Growth in the Post-Crisis Period.
GFSIS, Expert Opinion, No. 63, 2016. 

144. Technological Backwardness – Global Reality and Expected Challenges for the World’s Economy.
GFSIS, Expert Opinion, No. 70, 2016. 

145. "The Problem of the Catch-Up Effect and Post-Crises Economic Growth in the World Leading Countries"
Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 10, No. 4, 2016. 

146. For Georgia GEENTRANCE Is Coming!
Eurasia Review. Journal of Analysis and News, January 5, 2017.

147. Post-Communist Georgia Between Two Alternatives - EU and the EAEU. 
The Post-Soviet Post, CSIS – Center for Strategic & International Studies, February 1, 2017. 

148. Retroeconomics – Global Challenge for Economic Development. 
The Market Oracle, February 9, 2017. 

149. A Eurasian or a European Future for Post-Soviet Georgia’s Economic Development: Which is Better? 
Archives of Business Research, Vol.5, No.1, 2017. 

150. Georgia's Modern Decisions and Threats of Expansion of Russian Presence in the Caucasus.  
Eurasia Review. Journal of Analysis and News, February 26, 2017. 

151. Georgia’s Economy: From Optimism to Primitivism. 
GFSIS, Expert Opinion, No. 75, 2017. 

152. From Inflation to Imflation, Agflation and Munflation. 
The Market Oracle, April 6, 2017 (co-author Vakhtang Charaia).