Prof. Petrevski graduated from the Faculty of Economics – Skopje in 1993. He obtained his M.Sc. and Ph.D. from the same institution in 1998 and in 2004, respectively. His academic career began in 1995 at the Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality in Ohrid where he was working as a teaching assistant. Since March 2003, he’s been with the Faculty of Economics in Skopje. He teaches several courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. His research interest include the following fields: macroeconomics, monetary policy, fiscal policy, fiscal decentralization, and international finance. Prof. Petrevski publish regularly in international peer-reviewed journals, such as: Empirical Economics, Economic Systems, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Eastern European Economics, Post-Communist Economies, Problems of Post-Communism, Empirica. Journal of European Economics, Hacienda Pública Española/Review of Public Economics, International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance, and South East Europe Review for Labour and Social Affairs. Since 2014, he’s been a columnist for the Economics and Business. In addition, he’s an author of one novel and two books with short stories.
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Stanislav Daskalov, Mihail Petkovski, Goran Petrevski, and Jovanka Biljanoska (2003), „Country Study: FYR Macedonia“, in: „Trade Policies and Institutions in the Countries of South Eastern Europe in the EU Stabilization and Association Process – Background Country Studies“, Document of the World Bank, April 20, 2003, pp. 109-146.
Petrevski, C. J. Andreeski, and G. M. Dimirovski (2004), “Modelling Study on Post-Stabilization Dynamics of Inflation in Macedonia“, in: Y. Istefanopulos and G.M. Dimirovski, eds., Automatic Systems for Building the Infrastructure in Developing Countries 2003: Knowledge and Technology Transfer. IFAC Proceedings, 36(7). Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2004, pp. 235-40.
UNDP (2004), National Human Development Report 2004 – fyr Macedonia: Decentralization for human development. Skopje: United Nations Development Program.
Goran Petrevski (2005), “Macedonia: a decade of stabilization policy“, South East Europe Review for Labour and Social Affairs Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 97-116.
Goran Petrevski (2005), “Exchange Rate Pegs and Disinflation: The Case of Macedonia“, in: Bruno S. Sergi, William T. Bagatelas, and Jana Kubicová, eds., Business Opportunities in Slovakia and Central Europe. Bratislava: Iura Edition, pp. 231-245.
Petrevski, G. (2006), “Fiscal decentralization in Macedoniа“, in: Macedoniа in the Aftermath of the Framework Agreement. Skopje: Foundation Open Society Institute – Macedonia, pp. 79-84.
Goran Petrevski (2007), “Equilibrium real exchange rate in Macedonia“. International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance, Vol.1, No.1, pp. 5-17.
Goran Petrevski (2009), “Real Exchange Rates in Central and Eastern European Countries”, in Shamseddin G. Gadziyev, Dainora Grundey, Yurij Bilan, and Bruno S. Sergi, eds., Business Development and Markets in The European Economic Area, Kyiv: Foundation of International Studies, pp. 81-92.
Goran Petrevski and Kiril Jovanovski (2010), “Demand for Money in Macedonia”, South East Europe Review for Labour and Social Affairs Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 121-136.
Goran Petrevski, Jane Bogoev, and Bruno S. Sergi (2012), „The link between central bank independence and inflation in Central and Eastern Europe: are the results sensitive to endogeneity issue omitted dynamics and subjectivity bias?“, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Vol. 34 No. 4, Summer, pp. 611-652.
Jane Bogoev, Goran Petrevski, and Bruno S. Sergi (2012), „Reducing Inflation in Ex-Communist Economies Independent Central Banks versus Financial Sector Development“, Problems of Post-Communism, Volume 59, Number 4, July-August, pp. 38-55.
Jane Bogoev, Goran Petrevski, and Bruno S. Sergi (2012), „Investigating the Link Between Central Bank Independence and Inflation in Central and Eastern Europe – Evidence from Panel Data Models“, Eastern European Economics, Volume 50, No. 4, July-August, pp. 83-101.
Goran Petrevski and Jane Bogoev (2012), „Interest Rate Pass-Through in South East Europe: An empirical analysis“, Economic Systems, Volume 36, No. 4, December, pp. 571-593.
Goran Petrevski, Jane Bogoev, and Dragan Tevdovski (2015), “The transmission of foreign shocks to South Eastern European economies”, Empirica. Journal of European Economics, 42(4), pp. 747-767.
Jane Bogoev and Goran Petrevski (2015), “Central Bank Independence in Transition Economies”, in Jens Hölscher and Horst Tomann (Eds.), Palgrave Dictionary of Emerging Markets and Transition Economics – Insights from Archival Research. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 3-29.
Goran Petrevski, Peter Exterkate, Dragan Tevdovski, and Jane Bogoev (2015), “The Transmission of Foreign Shocks to South Eastern European Economies: Bayesian VAR Approach”, Economic Systems. Vol. 39, No. 4, (December), pp. 632-643.
Goran Petrevski, Jane Bogoev, and Dragan Tevdovski (2016), “Fiscal and Monetary Policy Effects in Three South Eastern European Economies”, Empirical Economics, 50(2), March, pp. 415-441.
Dragan Tevdovski, Goran Petrevski, and Jane Bogoev (2019), “The effects of macroeconomic policies under fixed exchange rates: A Bayesian VAR analysis”, Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja, 32(1), pp. 2138-2160.
Suzana Makreshanska-Mladenovska and Goran Petrevski (2019), “Fiscal Decentralization and Government Size: Evidence from a Panel of European Countries”, Hacienda Pública Española/Review of Public Economics, 229(2/2019), pp. 33-58.
Suzana Makreshanska-Mladenovska and Goran Petrevski (2019), “Decentralisation and income inequality in Central and Eastern European countries”, Post-Communist Economies, 31(1), pp. 123-136.
Goran Petrevski, Borce Trenovski, Biljana Tashevska (2019), “The Effectiveness of Fiscal and Monetary Policies in a Small Open Economy – The Case of Macedonia”, Post-Communist Economies, 31(6), pp. 805-821.
Vice-Dean for Education of the Faculty of Economics in Skopje (September 2009 – February 2011).
Member of the Council of the National Bank of Macedonia (August 2006 – April 2013).
Member of the Editorial Board of International Journal of Monetary Policy and Finance (2007 – present).
Member of the Editorial Board of International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies (2007 – present).
Member of the Committee for Operational Monetary Policy of the National Bank of Macedonia (June 2011 – April 2013)
Member of The American Economic Association (2012 – present).
Member of the Board of Directors of the Central Securities Depository (May 2016 – February 2019)
Member of the Board of Directors of Ohridska Banka (February 2019 – present).