Khatia Dzamukashvili is a researcher and interviewer for Fairwork in Georgia. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, direction of International Relations from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. She was awarded a Master’s Degree in European Integration and Employment Relations by the Georgian American University. During her studies, she was a member of the Young Diplomats Club of Georgia.
Her master paper “Features of GIG Economics in Georgia and International Practice”, is focused on the working conditions of people engaged in the gig economy in Georgia. She worked on the paper for a year and, based on the research findings, tried to develop recommendations aimed at improving existing working conditions.
Her publications include:
- “Aspects of Georgian-Chinese Economic Relations”, Publishing House “Universal”, 2016, Tbilisi
- “Comparison and clash of geopolitics and geo-economics on the example of central states”, publisher Georgian National University, 2017
- “Georgia-Iran relations: its meaning and future perspectives”, publisher Georgian National University.
For Fairwork, Khatia Dzamukashili will conduct interviews with respondents and analyses based on received information.