This article is a case study of the educational resources and needs at the Center for Environmental Management and Planning in Tbilisi, Georgia, one of the republics of the former Soviet Union. It summarizes the challenges of teaching agricultural economics and marketing in a new college preparing students for careers in a market-oriented economy. The teaching experience is analyzed through the theorerical framework of human capital development.



case study, Tbilisi, Georgia, agricultural economics

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