Back in Tbilisi, Charkviani began his research work at the Institute of Economics and Law. He defended his Candidate and Doctor’s Dissertations and in 1981 was appointed the Director of the Research Institute of People’s Economy and Economic Planning where he worked until 1988
Charkviani is the author of 40 research papers and monographs pertaining to wine-making, development of electrical energy sector and other field of economy. He also translated German poetry into Georgian, including poems by Heinrich Heine and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe .
His complete book of memoirs was published in 2004.
Candide Charkviani was married to Tamar Jaoshvili, an ophthalmologist, for 60 years. They had three sons: Merab, Giorgi and Gela. Today one of his sons Gela Charkviani is the Georgian ambassador to the United Kingdom and Ireland. Candide Charkviani’s grandson was Irakli Charkviani, an influential Georgian musician and writer.
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