Principles of Economics
Social Research Methods
Social Research Methods
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Dimitar Eftimoski is a professor of Economics. Since 2010, he has been a full-time professor of economic theory and economic development. Professor Eftimoski has made study visits to Slovenia, Slovakia, Austria and the United Kingdom, and has participated in several domestic and international scientific conferences and projects. In undergraduate studies, he teaches Principles of Economics (Microeconomics and Macroeconomics) and Applied Economics; in postgraduate and doctoral studies, he teaches Economic Development and Social Research Methods. His published articles can be found in academic peer-reviewed journals, such as the International Journal of Emerging Markets, Applied Economics Letters, Empirica, Economic Analysis and Policy, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, Romanian Journal of Economic Forecasting, Economic Research, Economics and Culture, and Journal of Competitiveness. Professor Eftimoski has taught Economics (undergraduate and/or postgraduate studies) at several higher education institutions in Macedonia: the Faculty of Business Economics – Skopje, the Faculty of Economics at Goce Delchev University – Stip, the Faculty of Administration and Management of Information Systems – Bitola, the Faculty of Economics – Prilep, the Faculty of Security – Skopje, the Faculty of Economics at the European University – Skopje and the Institute of Economics at St. Cyril and Methodius University – Skopje. In 2019, during his stay at the Faculty of Administration of the University of Ljubljana, he gave his lectures on the relationship between economic growth and quality of life. He served as a consultant/researcher for esteemed organizations such as the World Bank, UNICEF, UNDP, GTZ, the State Commission for Prevention of Corruption, the Ministry of Local Self-Government, the Ministry of the Environment, and the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of N. Macedonia. Additionally, he held the position of vice-dean at the Faculty of Administration and Management of Information Systems and was a member of the Senate at the University of St. Clement of Ohrid for two terms. Professor Eftimoski is a member of The American Economic Association (АЕА), Nashville, Tennessee. He is the author of several books and textbooks, among which the textbook “Economic Growth” stands out.