Nikica Mojsoska-Blazevski

Nikica Mojsoska-Blazevski Dr. Nikica Mojsoska-Blazevski is a Dean and Professor of Economics at the School of Business Economics and Management, University American College-Skopje, Macedonia. Her previous work experience was in the Ministry of Finance where in the last three years she held a position of head of Macroeconomic Policy Department. Her field of research involves labour markets, social security systems, education, gender issues, etc., mainly in the transition and developing countries. She has extensive experience in projects and consultancy with the government and the international organisations (World Bank, ILO, UNDP), as well as good publication record. Nikica has served as an advisor to labour ministers in several countries in the Western Balkan, including Macedonia. She has received several professional awards and is member of esteemed professional organisations, both national and international. In 2015 Nikica has received the prestige Fulbright scholarship for post-doctoral research at the Arizona State University in US (among the top 100 ranked universities in the world) and in 2017 she held a research fellow term at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Her post-doctoral research was an extension of the research undertaken under the PEP project.

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Fields of specialization

Education and training, Impacts of government programs, Labour markets and employment


Title Country Themes
Wage ‘scarring’ when youth unemployment is extremely high: Evidence from Macedonia Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Labour markets and employment , Youth and children
Youth self-employment in households receiving remittances in Macedonia Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Labour markets and employment , Globalization and trade , Youth and children


Professor Nikica Mojsoska-blazevski
Dean, professor
University American College-Skopje
School of Business Economics and Managament

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