Accredited doctoral mentors

Doctorate Program in Economics

Prof. Marjan Petreski, PhD
Professor of Applied Economics. Winner of the Austrian Central Bank Award for Best Paper in Macroeconomics.

Mentoring areas: economic growth, monetary and exchange rate strategies and regimes, labor market problems, gender pay gap.

Prof. Tome Nenovski, PhD
Professor of Macroeconomics. Winner of the State Award “23 October” and former Vice Governor of the National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia.

Mentoring areas: risk management in banking; foreign direct investment; fiscal federalism; efficient and fair taxation

Prof. Evica Delova Jolevska, PhD
Professor of Banking. General Manager of Off-site Supervision at the National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia.

Mentoring Areas: Banking; bank risk management; corporate governance in banks.

Prof. Aneta Krstevska, PhD
Professor of Macroeconomics and Banking. Chief economist of the National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia.

Mentoring areas: monetary strategies; instruments and transmission; banking risks and performance; financial markets; EU integration.

Prof. Nikica Mojsoska Blazevski, PhD
Professor of Labor Economics. Winner of the Award for Best Paper in Macroeconomics from the National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia.

Mentoring Areas: Labor market; education and human capital; informal economy and tax evasion; foreign direct investment and economic growth.

Prof. Igor Velickovski, PhD
Professor of Applied Economics. Winner of the National Bank of Serbia Award for Best Paper in Macroeconomics.

Mentoring areas: Monetary strategies and exchange rate regimes, payment systems, financial markets.

Doctorate Program in Business Administration

Prof. Marjan I. Bojadziev, PhD
Professor of organizational behavior. Former director of companies in the financial sector and winner of the Professor of the Year Award for Region 8, awarded by the American Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Mentoring Areas: Organizational behavior; theories and measurement of organizational compliance; leadership and leadership styles.

Prof. Nikica Mojsoska Blazevski, PhD
Professor of Labor Economics. Winner of the Award for Best Paper in Macroeconomics from the National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia.

Mentoring areas: job satisfaction; turnover and retention of workers; corporate growth, corruption and the business environment

Prof. Ana Tomovska Misoska, PhD
Professor of Management and Psychology Mentoring Areas: Human Resource Management; education and human capital; psychology.

Assoc. Prof. Snezhana Hristova, PhD
Professor of Strategic Management
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Assoc. prof. Dimitar Kovacevski, PhD
Professor of Marketing
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Doctoral Program in Business Law

Prof. Marko Andonov, PhD
Business Law Professor. Lecturer at the Academy for Judges and Prosecutors.

Mentoring areas: regulatory challenges in the capital market; takeover of joint stock companies; developmental tendencies of the Anglo-American and continental corporate governance system.

Assoc. prof. Zoran Mihajloski, PhD
Professor of Labor Law. Former Constitutional Judge.

Mentoring areas: legal positioning of management; anti-discrimination legislation and the sphere of labor relations; regulation of free movement of workers.

Doctoral Program in Information Systems and Management

Prof. Veno Pacovski, PhD
Professor of Computer Science.
Mentoring Areas: Information Systems, Databases, IP Data Security.