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Associate Professor / School of Business Economics and Management
Vice-Rector for Research / UACS
Manager / UACS Enterprise 
 
ABOUT
 
Prof. Marjan Petreski started his professional career at the National Bank of Macedonia working as a junior researcher. He was a part-time lecturer at University American College Skopje in 2009 and since 2011 he is the Vice-Dean for Research at the School of Business Economics and Management. Prof. Petreski received the Youngest Scientist Award 2009 from the Macedonian Academy of Art and Science. Currently he teaches Monetary Economy, International Economy at undergraduate studies, as well as Research Methodology at graduate level. He is also the Head of the research Committee at University American College Skopje.

Marjan Petreski - full CV.
EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
 
PhD in Economics at Staffordshire University, UK (2011)
 
MSc in International macroeconomics from the University of Sheffield, UK (2006)
 
EXPERTISE & RESEARCH INTERESTS
 
  • Monetary Economy
  • Macroeconomic Policy
  • International Economics
 
RESEARCH PORTFOLIO & PUBLICATIONS
 
Books
 
1. Petreski, M. (2011) Monetary-regime Switch from Exchange-rate to Inflation Targeting: with Reference to Developing Economies. LAP Lambert Publishing.
 
Articles in peer-reviewed journals 
 
1. Petreski, M. (forthcoming) South East European Trade Analysis: A Role for Endogenous CEFTA-2006? Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Jan 2013. 
 
2. Petreski, M. (forthcoming) An Overhaul of a Doctrine: Has Inflation Targeting Opened a New Era in Developing-country Peggers? Eastern European Economics, Mar 2013.  
 
3. Petreski, M. and Mojsoska, N. (forthcoming) Real Wages in the Manufacturing Industry in Macedonia: with reference to crisis period. Economic Research, Mar 2013.
 
4. Petreski, M. (forthcoming) Monetary Policy Conduct in CESEE countries on their road to the Euro. Comparative Economic Studies, 55(1), Mar 2013.  
 
5. Jovanovic, B. and Petreski, M. (2012) Monetary policy in Small Open Economy with Fixed Exchange Rate: The case of Macedonia. Economic Systems, 36(4), p.594-608.
 
6. Petreski, M. (2012) Output-Volatility and Exchange-Rate Considerations Under Inflation Targeting: A Review. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 2(4), p.528-537.
 
7. Petreski, M. (2011) A Markov Switch to Inflation Targeting in Emerging-market Peggers: with Focus on Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary. Focus on European Economic Integration, 3(11), p.47-63.
 
8. Petreski, M. (2010) Exchange-rate regime and output volatility: Empirical investigation with panel data. International Journal of Money Economics and Finance, 3(1), p.69-99.  
 
9. Petreski, M. (2007) Investment and exchange rate regime: Un-puzzling Feldstein-Horioka: The case of Macedonia. International Journal of Economics, 1(2), p.101-106. 
 
Articles in non-peer-reviewed journals and other indexed publications
 
1. Petreski, M. and Jovanovic, B. (2012) New Approach to Analyzing Monetary Policy in China. MRPA Working Paper 40497. 
 
2. Jovanovic B. and Petreski, M. (2012) Hemlock for policy response: Monetary policy, exchange rates and labour unions in SEE and CIS during the crisis. FIW Working Paper N° 81. 
 
3. Petreski, M. (2010) An Overhaul of a Doctrine: Has Inflation Targeting Opened a New Era in Developing-country Peggers? FIW Working Paper N° 57. 
 
4. Petreski, M. (2010) Output volatility in Macedonia: A role for the exchange rate? The Youth Economists Journal, 8(14), p.149-165. 
 
5. Petreski, M. (2009) A brief empirics of interest-rate differential in Macedonia. CEA Journal of Economics, 4(1), p.5-11. 
 
6. Petreski, M. (2009) A critique on inflation targeting. CEA Journal of Economics, 4(2), p.11-25.
 
7. Petreski, M. (2009) Exchange-Rate Regime and Economic Growth: A Review of the Theoretical and Empirical Literature. Economics Discussion Papers, No. 2009-31, p.1-19. 
 
8. Petreski, M. (2009) Analysis of Exchange-Rate Regime Effect on Growth: Theoretical Channels and Empirical Evidence with Panel Data. Economics Discussion Papers, No. 2009-49, p.1-31. 
 
9. Petreski, M. (2008) To fix or to float from perspective of output volatility and vulnerability to crisis. CEA Journal of Economics, 3(1), p.9-24. 
 
10. Jovanovic, B. and Petreski, M. (2008) Keynesian model of the Republic of Macedonia: Economic logic and behavioural equations. MoF Bulletin, 4(08), p.56-65. 
 
11. Petreski, M. (2008) Indicative linear model for assessing the forecasting power of MakLead leading composite index for the Republic of Macedonia. MoF Bulletin, 5(07), p.55-63. 
 
12. Holm, M. and Petreski, M. (2008) Forecast evaluation in Macedonia. MoF Bulletin, 2(08), p.18-25.
 
13. Petreski, M. (2007) Exchange rate regime and export performance of the Republic of Macedonia. MoF Bulletin, 4(06), p.62-67.
 
14. Petreski, M. (2007) Export-led growth hypothesis: Empirical facts for Macedonia. CEA Journal of Economics. 2(1), p.33-43. 
 
Papers presented at conferences
 
1. Petreski, M. (2012) Grooming Classifications: Exchange Rate Regimes and Growth in Transition Economies. EFSS’12 – Eurasian Forum on Social Sciences “World Economic Development Paradigm: Market and Beyond”, October 18-21, 2012 Baku.
 
2. Jovanovic, B. and Petreski, M. (2011) A hemlock for policy response: Exchange rates, wage bargaining and monetary policy in SEE and CIS during the crisis. International conference “20 years of Transition in Central and South-East Europe”, Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary, 17-18 November2011.
 
3. Petreski, M. (2011) No Country Was Ever Ruined by Trade: South East European Trade Analysis. International conference “20 years of Transition in Central and South-East Europe”, Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary, 17-18. November2011. 
 
4. Petreski, M. and Mojsoska, N. (2011) Real Wages in the Manufacturing Industry in Macedonia: with reference to crisis period. 6th Annual International Symposium on Economic Theory, Policy and Applications, Athens, Greece, 25-28 July 2011. 
 
5. Petreski, M. (2011) A Markov Switch to Inflation Targeting in Emerging Market Peggers - with a Focus on the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary. Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis: New Institutional Economics: Challenges and Opportunities, 5—11 July 2011.
 
6. Petreski, M. (2011) An Overhaul of a Doctrine: Has Inflation Targeting Opened a New Era in Developing-country Peggers? Chicago Workshop on Institutional Analysis, Chicago, Illinois, USA, May 15-21, 2011.
 
7. Petreski, M. and Jovanovic, B. (2011) A New Perspective on the Monetary Policy in Macedonia: The New Keynesian model. 7th International Student Conference, Izmir University of Economics, Izmir, Turkey, 13-14. April 2011. 
 
8. Petreski, M. (2010) Exchange-rate regime and output volatility: Empirical investigation with panel data. Second Joint OEI/APB Summer Academy on Central and Eastern Europe, Osteuropa-Institut Regensburg, Tutzing, Germany, 14-16 July 2010.
 
9. Petreski, M. and Jovanovic, B. (2010) Evaluation of the monetary policy in China through the New Keynesian model. 2010 CES China Conference – China, 19-20. June 2010.
 
10. Petreski, M. (2010) Exchange-rate regime and output volatility: Empirical investigation with panel data. The XVth Spring Meeting of Young Economists (SMYE-2010), University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 15-17 April 2010.  
 
11. Petreski, M. (2009) Analysis of exchange-rate regime effect on growth: Theoretical channels and empirical evidence with panel data. Conference on Economic growth, University of Perugia, Perugia, Italy, 25-27. June 2009. 
 
12. Petreski, M. (2008) Exchange-Rate Regime and Economic Growth: A Review of the Theoretical and Empirical Literature. International Conference on International Trade, Staffordshire University, UK, 12-13 December 2008. 
 
13. Mojsoska-Blazevski, N. and Petreski, M. (2007) Inflation and Budget deficits: Empirical facts for Macedonia. International conference: “Problems in measuring inflation”, National Bank of Macedonia, Macedonia, Skopje, Macedonia, 22 May 2007.
 
GRANTS, HONORS & AWARDS
 
  • Young Scientist Award 2009 by the Macedonian Academy of Science and Art  
  • Olga Radzyner Award 2010 by the Central Bank of Austria
  • Best student of generation (University in Bitola, 2005)
  • CERGE-EI & GDN (Individual grant, 2011, “No Nation Was Ever Ruined by Trade: South-Eastern European Trade within CEFTA 2006 and with the EU”)
  • WIIW & GDN (Team grant, 2011, “A hemlock for policy response: Monetary-policy and wage-bargaining responses in SEE and CIS during the recent crisis”)
  • The World Bank (Team grant, 2011, “Practical CGE modeling with GAMS”)
  • The European Commission (Team grant, 2012, “Researcher’s Night”)
 
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS & OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICES
 
  • Applied Quantitative Methods Network (2010)
  • Chinese Economists Society (2009)
  • Italian Association for Comparative Economic Studies (AISSEC, 2009)
  • Royal Economic Society (University of Oxford, 2008)
  • EABCN research fellow (EABCN, 2008)
 
CONTACT INFORMATION & USEFUL LINKS
 
Marjan Petreski, PhD
Vice-Dean for Research
School of Business Economics and Management
University American College Skopje
st. Treta makedonska brigada br. 60
1000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Phone:  +389 2 2463 156
Fax:  +389 2 2463 159