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Armenia Research

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Brief
Bartsch UlrichNov 01, 2013

In Armenia, more effective accumulation, together with greater competition and better connectivity with the rest of the world, will increase pressures on firms to compete and innovate and will thus reinvigorate...

Publication
Kuriakose SmitaAug 21, 2013

A dynamic and vibrant private sector is crucial to economic growth, with firms making new investments, creating jobs, improving productivity, and promoting growth. Entrepreneurial activity is pivotal to the ...

Policy Research Working Paper
Diaby Mohamed, Coulibaly SouleymaneJul 01, 2013

This paper analyzes and reconciles macro and micro evidence on savings and factors that affect savings, as well as possible policy implications. At the aggregate level, the main question is how savings are ...

Energy Study
Kochnakyan Artur, Balabanyan Ani, Antmann Pedro, Laderchi Caterina Ruggeri, Olivier Anne, Pierce Lauren, Hankinson DenzelJun 01, 2013

Armenia's energy sector has achieved a level of electricity reliability, service quality and efficiency of sector operations that stands out among countries participating in Commonwealth of Independent States...

Economy

This paper analyzes and reconciles macro and micro evidence on savings and factors that affect savings, as well as possible policy implications. Read More »

Experts
Jean-Michel Happi
Country Manager for Armenia
BLOGS

From Risky to Responsible Business

Jean-Michel Happi

Apr 15, 2014

Dreaming about a better future in Armenia

Aarthi Sivaraman

Feb 07, 2014

Creating Jobs in Armenia

Ulrich Bartsch

Nov 21, 2013

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Poverty

The report is mainly targeted at Armenia’s national poverty lines revision, including analysis of current consumption and expenditure patterns of the population. Read More »