Saso Arsov, Assistant Professor of Financial Management at the Faculty of Economics, Ss. Cyril and
. He received his PhD from the Faculty of Economics, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University and wrote his thesis on “ Valuation of Goods and Impacts in the Integrated Approach to Project Analysis”, 2003. His areas of interest are financial management, investments, public investments, cost-benefit analysis, and corporate governance.
Dr. William N. Dunn, Director, Macedonia Graduate Center for Public Policy and Management, and Professor of Public Management and Policy, Professor; PhD, Claremont University, 1969. Policy analysis and program evaluation, research methodology, knowledge utilization and public policy.
Dr. Siddharth Chandra, Assistant Professor; PhD, Cornell University, 1997. Development economics, industrial organization, applied economics, economic history.
Dr. Angela Williams Foster, Assistant Professor, PhD, H. John Heinz School of Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University, 2000. Quantitative methods, econometrics, multivariate analysis, research methods, policy analysis, housing policy, racial disparities in home ownership using hierarchical linear models, racial residential segregation, housing type concentration, ownership conversion potential, house price appreciation, fair housing, and affordable housing.
Verica Hadzi Vasileva Markovska, Director and senior manager at Ernst & Young. She received her MA in economics from the University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius, and has held positions as Senior Research Assistant at the Economic Institute, Chief Executive Officer at the Agency of the Republic of Macedonia of Enterprises with Social Capital, and Director of Transformation and Restructuring Department. Her doctoral thesis in progress is on “Factors of Competitive Advantage in Macedonia”. She is also president of the American Macedonian Chamber of Commerce.
Dorian Jovanovic, IT Coordinator at UNDP-Skopje. He received his B. Sc. El. Engineering Computer Science Stream,from St. Cyril and
. His areas of interest are science, music, and literature.
Kevin P. Kearns, Associate Professor; Public and Urban, Economic and Social Development. PhD, 1983, public management and policy, University of Pittsburgh; MPA, 1980, public administration, University of Pittsburgh; BS, 1977, urban affairs, University of Dayton. Strategic management, non-profit management, public administration.
Dr. Pande Lazarevski, GSPIA/GCPPM Research and training coordinator; PhD, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University Skopje, Macedonia, 1993. Public policy and analysis, research design.
Dr. David Y. Miller, Associate Professor and Associate Dean, PhD, University of Pittsburgh, 1988. Local government, political culture, regional governance systems, municipal budgeting.
Dimitar Mircev PhD, extraordinary and plenipotentiary, former Ambassador (1993-1997) of Macedonia to Slovenia and the Holy See, and a special envoy of the first President of Macedonia, Kiro Gligorov. He received his PhD from the University of Ljubljana and he has held positions as full professor at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University (SCMU), as head of Department of Faculty of Philosophy, and a as Vice Rector of SCMU. He is an elected member of the Russian International Academy of Natural Sciences and Humanistic Sciences. Dimitar Mircev has written numerous articles for prominent academic journals.
Robin M. Ruefle, Adjunct Faculty, MPIA, University of Pittsburgh, 1982; Member of the Technical Staff, Software Engineering Institute, information technology in the public sector, computer security, incident response planning and management.
Abdulmenaf Sejdini, Assistant lecturer and a chief assistant of the Business Administration Department at the Southeast European University in Tetovo (SEEU). He received his MA from the International Islamic University in Malaysia in Economics and Finance, and wrote his thesis on "Speculative Attack or Fundamentals: Evidence from Malaysia." He also taught Econometrics at the International Islamic University in Malaysia. Abdulmenaf Seydini is also a Local Faculty Fellow of the Civic Education Project.
Michael B. Spring, Associate Professor of Information Science at the University of Pittsburgh. Research Interests: Distributed systems; client server systems; collaborative authoring; web services and e-business; information infrastructure and e-markets; interactive systems; secure systems; standards and standardization.
Vanco Uzunov, Assistant Professor,
of Law, Ss. Cyril and
. He received his PhD from the Faculty of Economics, Ss. Cyril and
and wrote his thesis on “Creating Nation's Competitive Peformance. Case Study: The
.” His pоst-doctoral specializations were Law and Economics on a Fulbright Scholarship at Boalt Hall School of Law,
and Law and Economics at Karl Franzens Universitat,