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д-р Марија Трпкова - Несторовска

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Катедра за Математика и статистика

marija.trpkova-nestorovska@eccf.ukim.edu.mk
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Среда 09:00:00 – 13:00:00

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Родена е на 22.02.1981 година во Скопје, Република Македонија.

Дипломирала во ноември 2003 година на Економскиот факултет во Скопје на департманот Сметководство и ревизија со просечна оценка на положени испити 9,45. Во периодот од мај 2004 година до декември 2006 година работи во Т-Мобиле Македонија како аналитичар во секторот за маркетинг. Во декември 2006 година е избрана за помлад асистент на група предмети од областа на статистиката.

Во јули 2010 година успешно го одбранила магистерскиот труд: „Класификациони процедури во мултиваријационата статистичка анализа“ на Економскиот факултет при Универзитетот во Белград (отсек Статистичка анализа) и се стекнала со титула магистер по статистички науки.

Во јули 2014 година јавно ја одбранила својата докторска дисертација со наслов „Примена на векторските авторегресивни модели во макроекономско моделирање“ на Економскиот факултет во Скопје, со што се стекнала со научниот степен доктор на економски науки.

Нејзината научна преокупација се статистиката и квантитативните дисциплини.

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ПредметНасокиСтепен
Мултиваријационa анализаСтатистички методи за бизнис и економијаВтор циклус студии
Анализа на временски серииСтатистички методи за бизнис и економијаВтор циклус студии
Анализа на временски серииМаркетинг, Финансиски менаџмент, Сметководство и ревизија, Надворешна трговија, Менаџмент, Економија, Е-бизнисПрв циклус студии
ДемографијаМаркетинг, Финансиски менаџмент, Сметководство и ревизија, Надворешна трговија, Менаџмент, Економија, Е-бизнисПрв циклус студии
Демографски методиСтатистички методи за бизнис и економијаВтор циклус студии

2019

  • “Emigration in the Republic of North Macedonia: indicators and estimations”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics –  Skopje, Volume 54, pp.315 – 327, Skopje, 2019.
  • “Predicting consumer intention to use mobile banking services in North Macedonia”, Book of abstracts from the 8th international conference M-Sphere: Multidisciplinarity in Business and Science, pp. 41. Coauthors: Kalina Trenevska Blagoeva (full proffesor an the Faculty of Economics-Skopje) and Marina Belshoska (assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics-Skopje).
  • “Labour markets in terms of the fourth industrial revolution”, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference Digital Transformation of the Economy and Society: Shaping the Future, Faculty of Economic-Prilep, University St. Kliment Ohridski”-Bitola, October, 2019, pp. 117 – 127. Coauthors: Borche Trenovski (associate professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje), Gjunter Merdjan and Kristija Kozheski.
  • “Factors of emigration: analysis of countries from the European Union”, Knowledge-International Journal, Volume 32.1, July, 2019, pp. 33 – 38. 
  • “Determinants of life-expectancy: analysis of Southeastern European countries”, Knowledge-International Journal, Volume 31.1, June, 2019, pp. 193 – 198. Coauthor: Nikola Levkov (assitant professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).
  • “Socio-economic determinants of social spending in the EU”, CEA Journal of Economics, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. 35 – 48, Skopje, 2019. Coauthors: BIljana Tashevska (assitant professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje) and Borche Trenovski (associate professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).
  • “Antecedents of management innovation – a case of companies from Western Balkan countries”, CEA Journal of Economics, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. 63 – 75, Skopje, 2019. Co-author: Nikola Levkov (associate professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).

2018

  • “Estimating a fiscal reaction function for the South East European countries”, Conference proceedings from the 2nd International Statistical Conference. Conference topic:“New Advances in Statistical Methods Applications for a Better World“, Opatija, Croatia, 2018. Coauthors: BIljana Tashevska (assitant professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje) and Borche Trenovski (assitant professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).
  • “Determinants of Life Expectancy: Comparative Analysis for Different Groups of Countries Using Panel Regression”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics –  Skopje, Volume 53, pp.589 – 592, Skopje, 2018.
  • “Migration an its impact on the demographic transition in the countries of the European Union”, CEA Journal of Economics, Volume 13, Issue 2, pp. 35 –  52, Skopje, 2018. Co-authors: Borce Trenovski (associate professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje) and Biljana Tashevska (assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).

2017

  • “Demographic ageing of europe and its impact on the birth rate”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics –  Skopje, Volume 52, pp.523 – 534, Skopje, 2017.

2016

  • “Determinants and forecasts of the national inflation”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics –  Skopje, Volume 51, pp.483 – 497, Skopje, 2016.

2015

  • “Life expectancy at birth in Southeastern Europe: Applied cointegrated panel regression”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics –  Skopje, Volume 50, pp.619 – 634, Skopje, 2015.
  • “Measuring attitudes and behavior towards different formats of online banner on Macedonian market”, CEA Journal of Economics, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp.57 –  68, Skopje, 2015. Co-authors: Ezeni Brzovska (assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje) and Snezana Ristevska Jovanovska (full-time professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).
  • “Factors affecting the current account in the Republic of Macedonia”, CEA Journal of Economics, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp.45 –  56, Skopje, 2015. Co-authors:Elena Makreska – Disoska (assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).

2014

  • “Forecasting the live births trend in the Republic of Macedonia by using the ARMA model”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics – Skopje, Volume 49, pp.457 – 470, Skopje, 2014.

2013

  • “Long run relationship between imports and exports in Republic of Macedonia: Applied cointegration and error correction model”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics – Skopje, Volume 48, pp.363 – 375, Skopje, 2013.
  • “Eye Tracking Recognition – based Graphical Authentication”, Conference proceedings from the 7th International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies, Baku, Azerbaijan, 2013. Coauthors: Martin Mihajlov (assitant professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje ) and Sime Arsenovski (full time professor at the Faculty for communication and information technologies at FON University).

2012

  • Determinants and trends of fertility in the Balkan countries – applied panel regression model, Annual of the Faculty of Economics – Skopje, Volume 47, Skopje, 2012.

2011

  • “Applied factorial analysis of variance in examining the effects of the economic activities and the quarters of the year on the gross domestic product of Republic of Macedonia”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics – Skopje, Volume 46, pages 553 – 566, Skopje, 2011.
  • “The organizational learning culture and organizational performance in Macedonian companies”, European Journal of International Management 2011 – Volume 5, Issue 6  pages 574 – 607. Co-authors: Miha Škerlavaj (assistant professor of Management and Organization at the University of Ljubljana ) Vlado Dimovski (professor of Management and Organizational Theory at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana, in Slovenia) Matej Cerne (assistant for scientific research at the Centre of Excellence for Biosensors, Instrumentation and Process Control, Slovenia) Ljubomir Kekenovski (full-time professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje) and  Dragan Tevdovski (teaching professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).
  • „Determinants of economic growth in South East Europe: A panel data approach” – Perspectives of Innovations, Economics and Business, Volume 7, 2011, pages 12 – 15. Prague Development Center, Czech Republic. Co-author: Biljana Tashevska (junior teaching assistant at the faculty of Economics – Skopje).
  • “Strategic planning practice in transition economies: empirical evidence from the Macedonian context” – Business and Economic Horizons, Volume 4, January 2011, pages 27 – 39. Co-author: Stojan Debarliev (teaching assistant at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje). 

2010

  • “Application of the Kruskal – Wallis test in the analysis of the demographic factors of migration in Republic of Macedonia”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics – Skopje, Volume 45, pages 615 – 628, Skopje, 2010.
  • “Applied discriminant analysis in estimation of potential EU members” – The Young Economist Journal, Year VIII No. 15, November 2010, pages 135 – 147. Co-author: Dragan Tevdovski (teaching assistant at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje). 
  • “Global economic crisis and its impact on the western Balkan countries labor markets” – The Young Economist Journal, Year VIII, Special Issue November 2010, pages 96 – 107. Co-author: Slave Risteski (full-time professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje). 

2009

  • “Modeling the informal economy in EU: Structural equations approach”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics – Skopje, Volume 44, pages 525 – 534, Skopje, 2009.
  • “Twostep cluster analysis: Segmentation of the largest companies in Macedonia” – Conference proceedings from the international scientific conference: Challenges for analysis of the economy, the businesses and social progress, Szeged (Hungary), 2009, pages 302 – 318. Co-author: Dragan Tevdovski (teaching assistant at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).
  • “Modeling stock market volatility in Macedonia” – Abstract book from the international scientific conference: Challenges for analysis of the economy, the businesses and social progress, Szeged (Hungary), 2009, page 136. Co-author: Dragan Tevdovski (teaching assistant at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).
  • “Determinants of foreign direct investment in southeast European countries” – Conference proceedings from the third international conference: Regional cooperation and economic integration – challenges and opportunities, Faculty of Economics – Skopje in cooperation with Customs administration of Republic of Macedonia, Skopje, 2009, pages 287 – 300. Co-author: Biljana Tashevska (junior teaching assistant at the faculty of Economics – Skopje).
  • “The Impact of Global Recession and the Policy Response – The Case of the Macedonian Economy”, Monograph, Volume 1, from the international conference: Economic policy and global recession, Faculty of Economics – Belgrade, 2009, pages 129 – 136. Co-authors: Leonid Nakov (assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje) and Dragan Tevdovski (teaching assistant at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).
  • “Hierarchical cluster analysis: potential of the tourism up growths in the poorly developed Macedonian municipalities”, Conference proceedings from the 26thSymposium for operational research SYM-OP-IS 2009, Ivanjica, 2009, pages 631 – 634. Co-author: Vladimir Vasich (assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics – Belgrade).

2008

  • “Mutual influence of the demographic and economic development of the Republic of Macedonia”. Conference proceedings from the scientific symposium Demographic transitions and population politics of the Republic of Macedonia, Macedonian science society – Bitola, Ministry of labor and social policy of Republic of Macedonia, Association to citizens for promotion at demographic development in the Republic of Macedonia “Family and society” – Skopje, Bitola, 2009, pages 139 – 150. Co-author: Dragan Tevdovski (teaching assistant at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje). Collection of papers of the Macedonian science society – Bitola 09 – 10, V, 2008.
  • “Application of the cluster analysis in Macedonian stock exchange shares trade”, Annual of the Faculty of Economics – Skopje, Volume 43, pages 633 – 648, Skopje, 2008

Books:

2014

  • “Demography – methods and analysis”, second revised and updated edition, University text book, Faculty of Economics – Skopje, University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje, 2014. Coauthor: Slave Risteski (full time professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).

2012

  • “Introduction in the time series analysis”, University text book, Faculty of Economics – Skopje, University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje, 2012. Coauthors: Slave Risteski (full time professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje) and Dragan Tevdovski (teaching professor at the Faculty of Economics – Skopje).

 Projects:

2011 – 

  • “Analysis of the economic sustainability of the concept of Chartered economic operator in Republic of Macedonia according to the World Trade Organization regulations”, Project of the Ministry of Education and Science of Republic of Macedonia.

2010

  • Training: “Principles of Macroeconomics” for the T-Home and T-Mobile Macedonia employees – Course lecturer. Organized by: T-Home and T-Mobile Macedonia. Period: December, 2010 (16 classes).

2009

  • Training: “Statistical education for the T-Mobile Macedonia employees” – Course lecturer. Organized by: T-Mobile Macedonia. Period: December, 2009 (30 classes).
  • Research: “Potential and capacities of the subjects directly included in the local level system of crisis management”. Organized by: UNDP и and Red Cross of Republic of Macedonia. Period: July, 2009.

2008

  • Training: “Statistical education for the T-Mobile Macedonia employees” – Course lecturer. Organized by: T-Mobile Macedonia. Period: November – December, 2008 (30 classes).

2006 – 2009

  • “Statistical Methods for Business and Economy”, European Commission JEP project under the TEMPUS program in cooperation with University Roma III from Rome and University Carlos III from Madrid.

 

Conferences:

2019

  • 8th International M-Sphere Conference: “Multidisciplinarity in Business and Science”, Dubrovnik, Croatia. Period: 24.10.2019 – 26.10.2019.
  • 11th International Scientific Conferece „Digital Transformation of the Economy and Society: Shaping the Future“, Prilep, Republic of North Macedonia. Period: 19.10.2019–20.10.2019.

2018

  • The 2nd International Statistical Conference in Croatia, Opatija, Croatia. Conference topic:“New Advances in Statistical Methods Applications for a Better World“. Period: 10.05.2018 -11.05.2018.

2013

  • 7th International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies, Baku, Azerbaijan. Period: 23.10.2013 – 25.10.2013.

2010

  • Conference speaker: “Business statistics in Macedonia– How to obtain better statistical data?”. Organized by Council of Foreign Economic Relations in cooperation with Economic Chamber of North – Western Macedonia. Period: 14.12.2010.

2009

  • International scientific conference: Challenges for analysis of the economy, the business and social progress”, Szeged, Hungary (November 19th– 21st 2009). Organized by: University of Szeged, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and Hungarian Central Statistical Office. Presenting the paper: “Twostep cluster analysis: Segmentation of the largest companies in Macedonia”.
  • Third international conference: Regional cooperation and economic integration – challenges and opportunities, Skopje (October, 15th– 17th 2009). Organized by: Faculty of Economics – Skopje in cooperation with Customs administration of Republic of Macedonia. Presenting the paper: “Determinants of foreign direct investment in southeast European countries”.
  • 26thSymposium for operational research SYM-OP-IS 2009, Ivanjica, Serbia (September 22nd – 25th 2009). Organized by: Mathematical institute SANU, Belgrade, Faculty of Economics – Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences – Belgrade, Institute “Mihajlo Pupin” – Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering – Belgrade, Faculty of Mathematics – Belgrade, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering – Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology – Belgrade, Armed forces of Serbia. Presenting the paper: “Hierarchical cluster analysis: potential of the tourism up growths in the poorly developed Macedonian municipalities”.

2008

  • Scientific symposium Demographic transitions and population politics of the Republic of Macedonia, Bitola (June 19th 2009). Organized by: Macedonian science society – Bitola, Ministry of labor and social policy of Republic of Macedonia, Association to citizens for promotion at demographic development in the Republic of Macedonia “Family and society” – Skopje. Presenting the paper: “Mutual influence of the demographic and economic development of the Republic of Macedonia”.
70 години

Во 2020 Економскиот факултет при Универзитетот “Св. Кирил и Методиј” во Скопје слави 70 години од своето основање.