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Towards a Shared Vision of Normalization of Armenian-Turkish Relations
 
Key findings based on the public opinion survey conducted within the  Support to the Armenia-Turkey Normalization Process Program funded by the European Union.
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 CRRC-Armenia 2013 Conference on Social Capital Proceedings:
"Social Capital: Definitions, Applications, Cultural Contexts"  

The Conference on “Social Capital: Definitions, Applications, Cultural Contexts” held on June 6, 2013, aimed at providing a forum for a comprehensive discussion and developing recommendations of the concept through theoretical, empirical and cultural thematic panels by those interested in the topic from a diverse range of spheres. 
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Migration and Skills in Armenia

Results of the 2011/12 Migration Survey on the relationship between skills, migration, and development.

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2010 Armenia Corruption Survey of Households and Enterprises 

This report highlights the main findings of the USAID MAAC Activity Corruption Survey of Households. Survey fieldwork took place in November 2010. The report also uses the results of the Corruption Surveys of Households 2008 and 2009.
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2009 Armenia Corruption Survey of Households and Enterprises 

This report highlights the main findings of the USAID MAAC Activity Corruption Surveys of Households and Enterprises. The Corruption Survey of Households fieldwork took place in October 2009. The Corruption Survey of Enterprises fieldwork took place in December 2009 and January 2010.
The report also uses the results of the Corruption Survey of Households 2008 as the baseline of comparison.
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2008 Armenia Corruption Survey of Households
 
This report highlights the main findings of USAID MAAC Activity Corruption Survey of Households. Survey fieldwork took place between 21 September and 6 October 2008.

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