Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRC)
Eurasia Foundation, Tbilisi, Georgia

from: The Asian Studies WWW Monitor: late Aug 2007, Vol. 14, No. 11 (268)
24 Aug 2007
Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRC)
Eurasia Foundation, Tbilisi, Georgia

“The Caucasus Research Resource Centers program (CRRC) is a network of resource and training centers established [in 2003 – ed] in the capital cities of Armenia [ – ed.], Azerbaijan [ – ed.] and Georgia [ – ed.] with the goal of strengthening social science research and public policy analysis in the South Caucasus.
A partnership between the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Eurasia Foundation (EF), the program’s outcomes are to increase the accessibility of high-quality research resources, to strengthen capacity and, to increase the dialogue and collaboration between social science researchers and policy practitioners.”

Site contents:
* About CRRC;
* Data Initiative Project (Data Sets [South Caucasus household data on demographics, household economic behavior, migration trends, and social attitudes – ed.], Documentation, Web Interface, Research Team, Papers);
* CRRC Blog and Moodle;
* Contact Us;
* Publications.

[The Caucasus Research Resource Centers is a program of the Eurasia Foundation [www.eurasia.or] funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. – ed.]


Internet Archive

Link reported by: T. Matthew Ciolek (tmciolek–at–
* Resource type [news – documents – study – corporate info. – online guide]: Corporate Info
* Publisher [academic – business – government – library/museum – NGO – other]: NGO
* Scholarly usefulness [essential – v.useful – useful – interesting – marginal]: Useful
* External links to the resource [over 3,000 – under 3,000 – under 1,000
– under 300 – under 100 – under 30]: under 1000
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