As a part of its research activity in the period between 1989 and 2015 Eurasia Barometer Consortium has implemented a number of projects, funded by the EU national and regional bodies, funding programs and organizations.

2021-2022: International research program “Eurasia Barometer: Wave 3”. A cross-country study of social and political perceptions in Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine (grant of Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

2021-2022: Research project “The Subjective Integration”. Study on the dynamics of values and perceptions of migrants and refugees from Jordan, Egypt and Sudan in Sweden (grant of the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund)

2020-2021: International research program “Socioeconomic gendered impact of Covid-19 in MENA and the Gulf”. Study covering Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Iran, West Bank Gaza, and Saudi Arabia (grant of the World Bank, USA)

2019-2022: International research project TrustGov investigates trust and trustworthiness in national and global governance. The project is led by the University of Southampton and Harvard University, supported by a £1.3 million award by the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (ES/S009809/1). TrustGov advances new theories and evidence from countries worldwide to addresses drives public trust in governance and what can be done to strengthen the optimal level of trust. ICSR-EAB partnered with TrustGov to organize data collection in Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Iran, Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar (grant of the Economic and Social Research Council, UK)

2017-2022: International research program “World Values Survey wave 7” in 80 countries (cross-national study on people’s values, norms and beliefs in different cultural zones)

2017-2018: Research project “Social Contract and Perceptions of State Performance" in Egypt, Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon, as a part of the World Values Survey (grant of the World Bank).

2017-2018: Research project "Gender values and attitudes in Nigeria" as a part of the World Values Survey wave 7 (grant of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, USA).

2010-2014: International research program “World Values Survey wave 6” in 60 countries (cross-national study on people’s values, norms and beliefs in different cultural zones). Started in 1981, the WVS is a time-series cross-country study of people's values, attitudes and beliefs shaping social and political developments in the world. Project is the largest and longest non-commercial research program in Social Sciences in the world. In 1981-2022, seven WVS waves were conducted, with 650 000+ individual interviews representing 120+ countries. Available in free access, WVS data became an inspiration for some 60 000 publications.

2009-2013: “HITT-CIS - Health in Times of Transition: Trends in Population Health and Health Policies in CIS countries” (funded by EC FP7) is an international research project devoted to study of population health and public healthcare policy by quantitative and qualitative sociological methods in nine former Soviet republics: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.

2008-2012: “Interplay of European, National and Regional Identities: Nations between States along the New Eastern Borders of the European Union” (funded by EC FP7). This project is a cross-national study of trans-boundary social and ethnic groups in Europe with a focus on socioethnic identities in Eastern Europe. This study had equally strong theoretical, methodological and empirical components and reach methods and approaches from a number of social sciences.

2005-2007: "Models of migration in new European border regions” (funded by INTAS) studied the migration patterns, plans and the impact of migration in selected border regions in five CIS countries: Armenia, Belarus, Moldova, Georgia, and Ukraine. Among the objectives of the study was the development of a team of experts who can advise on migration issues and provide future migration scenarios.

2004-2007: “Social and political trends in the CIS: key indicators and measurement of social transformation” (funded by INTAS). The aim of the project was to develop a comprehensive system of key indicators that characterize the current trends of social and political development in CIS countries.

2000-2003: “Living Conditions, Lifestyles and Health” (LLH, funded by EC FP5): international research project devoted to exploring the relation and influence of living conditions, lifestyles and health of the eight former Soviet republics: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia and Georgia.

1992-1998: "New Democracies Barometer" (NDB, funded by the Austrian National Bank and Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research): cross-national and longitudinal survey of trends of social, economic and political development of 11 post-Communist countries: Belarus, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland, Romania, Ukraine and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.