While most of the time I look at technology adoption and use, fairly often I have a moment where I wonder “What do Armenians/Azerbaijanis/Georgians think about X” and I’ll use the Caucasus Barometer to answer my question. Or I’ll read something in the media about people in the region (usually presupposing what “the people” think or believe) and I know that the data in the Caucasus Barometer could tell us what “the people” are thinking or believing, so I’ll do an analysis based on that.
Another way that I use the Caucasus Barometer is to find alternative ways of measuring economic wellbeing in the region. Income is only part of the story.
Since the spirit of the Caucasus Barometer is to share, I thought that I’d post some of my findings from time to time. Please feel free to ask questions about what I did or what I found. I love talking statistics and research with anyone!
Here’s a sample… there are so many more.
EVERYTHING I’VE EVER WRITTEN ON POVERTY OR THE ECONOMY IN THE CAUCASUS
DIRECTION OF COUNTRY
TREATMENT OF CITIZENS
MIGRATION MIGRATION 2 MIGRATION AND TRUST IN GOVERNMENT
RULE OF LAW / COURTS
APPROVAL OF OTHERS
POLITICAL INSTITUTIONAL TRUST (Armenia only)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY IN THE CAUCASUS
STATE OF WOMEN IN ARMENIA
STATE OF WOMEN IN GEORGIA
GENDER EQUALITY IN AZERBAIJAN
CENTRAL ASIAN WOMEN
TOO MANY BOYS IN THE CAUCASUS
QUALITIES IN BOY AND GIRL CHILDREN IN THE CAUCASUS
ATTITUDES TOWARD HOMOSEXUALITY IN THE CAUCASUS
ATTITUDES TOWARD AMERICA IN THE CAUCASUS
NAGORNO KARABAKH BY THE NUMBERS
ARMENIAN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS
WHAT IS A GOOD CITIZEN
FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING ATTITUDES
ACTIVITIES, GENDER, AND REGION
ATHEISM IN THE CAUCASUS