Beka Natsvlishvili is a former member of the Georgian parliament and a lecturer in political economy and political sociology. He established a Masters Programme for Industrial Relations which runs in three Georgian Universities and is the supervisor of the programme. He is still active as an advocate for fair labour, social, and economic policies. At the same time, he is the head of the research organisation in Georgia “Institute for fair Economy”.
He has substantial teaching and research experience in the field of the social sciences. His research experience covers social capital, rural development, fair trade policies, labour and social policy, and healthcare.
His last piece of research focused on the privatisation of the healthcare system in Georgia and its social impacts. He also writes for several newspapers and online sources.
As the principal investigator of the Fairwork team Georgia, Beka is in charge of communication with the stakeholders and the supervision of the research process.