This report summarises the findings of the recent studies on research management in Georgia, completed by direct feedback from Georgian universities.
It offers various recommendations, summarized in the form of four main steps, to improve research management in Georgia. These steps must be understood as interrelated milestones that are relevant at both university and system levels.
The paper is based on the findings of a needs assessment study conducted in the framework of the Erasmus+ project ‘Raising research capacity of Georgian higher education institutions through developing R&D units’ (HERD).
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