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Economy and Values Research Center

Economy and Values Research Center
EV Research Center
Abbreviation EV
Formation 2004
Type Research Center
Legal status NGO
Location
Coordinates
Region served Armenia
Official language Armenian, English, Russian
Chairman Manuk Hergnyan
Website http://www.ev.am

Economy and Values Research Center (Armenian: «Տնտեսություն և արժեքներ» հետազոտական կենտրոն, Russian: Исследовательский центр "Экономика и ценности") is EV Consulting's research arm focused on studying and promoting competitiveness agenda, educating and advising current and future leaders in public policies and strategies, as well as exploring value and cultural foundations of development.
The center is the partner institute of the World Economic Forum in Armenia[1] and was one of the implementing partners of the USAID Competitive Armenian Private Sector (CAPS) Project.[2] The center publishes the National Competitiveness Report of Armenia, which assesses major competitiveness issues of Armenia.[3][4] It also collaborates with the Harvard Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness on delivering Microeconomics of Competitiveness course developed by professor Michael Porter.[5][6]

Major Research Reports and Documents

2006
  • The Role of the Diaspora in Generating Foreign Direct Investments in Armenia[7]
2007
  • Attracting MNCs to Armenia[8]
  • Armenian Information Technology Sector. Industry Growth Model[9]
2008
  • National Competitiveness Report of Armenia 2008[10]
2009
  • National Competitiveness Report of Armenia 2009: Sowing the Seeds of an Innovation Ecosystem[11]
2010
  • National Competitiveness Report of Armenia 2010: Higher Education Challenge[12]
  • Engineering Design Sector Survey and Feasibility Study[13]
  • Concept for Innovation Economy Development Strategy (via EV Consulting)[14][15]
2011
  • Export-led Industrial Policy of Armenia (via EV Consulting)[16][17]
2012
  • National Competitiveness Report of Armenia 2011-2012: Agenda for Upgrading Management Practices (with EV Consulting)[18]
2014
  • National Competitiveness Report of Armenia 2013-2014: Growth Imperative and Constraints (with EV Consulting)[19]

References

  1. ^ See "Partner Institutes". World Economic Forum. Retrieved 2014-09-16. .
  2. ^ See "Implementing Partners". Competitive Armenian Private Sector (CAPS). Retrieved 2010-07-23. .
  3. ^ See "Reports, Publications". Competitive Armenian Private Sector (CAPS). Retrieved 2010-07-23. 
  4. ^ See "National Competitiveness Report - Armenia (ACR)". Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Armenia. Retrieved 2010-07-23. 
  5. ^ See "Economy and Values Research Center". Competitive Armenian Private Sector (CAPS). Retrieved 2010-07-23. 
  6. ^ See "Microeconomics of Competitiveness". Economy and Values Research Center. Retrieved 2010-07-28. 
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  9. ^ Economy and Values Research Center (2007), ARMENIAN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SECTOR. INDUSTRY GROWTH MODEL, Yerevan, Armenia: Enterprise Incubator Foundation 
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  13. ^ Economy and Values Research Center (August 2010), Engineering Design Sector Survey and Feasibility Study (in Armenian), Yerevan, Armenia: Enterprise Incubator Foundation 
  14. ^ EV Consulting (2010), Concept for Innovation Economy Development Strategy (in Armenian), Yerevan, Armenia: Republic of Armenia Ministry of Economy 
  15. ^ Substantiation report, Republic of Armenia Ministry of Economy, p 2
  16. ^ "Government- private sector cooperation to tackle export issues". PanARMENIAN.Net. 2011-12-04. Retrieved 7 January 2012. 
  17. ^ "Armenian government to allocate about 15 thousand for drug export program". News.am (Yerevan). 22 March 2012. Retrieved 24 March 2012. 
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  19. ^ Hergnyan, Manuk; Hovhannisyan, Sevak; Grigoryan, Sona; Malumyan, Gohar; Karapetyan, Tamara (2014). National Competitiveness Report of Armenia 2013-2014: Growth Imperatives and Constraints. Yerevan:  
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