STOYANKA CHERKEZOVA

Personal data:

26.06.2006, Stambolijski

Òåë:. (+359 2) 979-67-90

e-mail mateva_s@abv.bg

Academic career

Education and Employment

2008 - Research Associate in Statistics and Demography 3rd degree  - CPS, BAS

2005 - in progress, PhD Student with main subject of study Planning,  University of National and World Economy, Sofia

2003 - 2004 Master degree , "Forecasting and planning", UNWE, Sofia

1998 - 2002 Bachelor , "Forecasting and planning", UNWE, Sofia

Academic qualifications

Scientific degree and titles

2008 – Research Associate in Statistics and Demography 3rd degree  - CPS, BAS

2004 – Master degree , "Forecasting and planning", UNWE, Sofia

 

Participation in joint research projects

 EU policies for development and employment – national and regional dimensions. The new employment and labour markets challenges; UNWE, Sofia, Principal investigator: prof. Katia Vladimirova, terms for execution: 22.05.2008 – 20.11.2010ã.

 “Capright - Resources, Rights and Capabilities: In search of social foundations for Europe” under 6FP, Principal investigator: prof. Katia Vladimirova, terms for execution: 01.01.07 - 31.12.11

  „De-industrialization and employment restructuring in Bulgaria: economic and social consequences”, UNWE, Sofia, Principal investigator: prof. Katia Vladimirova, terms for execution: 20.04.05 - 20.11.07

 

Professional interests

Planning, management, health economics, public health, demography and population ageing, employment, labour markets, rights, capacities and opportunities, sustainable development

 

Teaching activities

2006-2009 – Teaching practice: seminars for bachelor students on the subject “ Forecasting and planning” department Marketing and Strategic Planning”,UNWE, Sofia.

 

Language skills

Fluent French, English, basic Italian and Russian

PUBLICATIONS

Papers and articles:

  1. Cherkezova, St.,  Regional Policies and Actions For Employment in Context of Local Economy Restructuring, The Example of Pernik – Bulgaria, “Deindustrialization and Restructuring of the Employment in Bulgaria: Economic and Social Consequences” edited by prof. Katia Vladimirova, Ph.D, Stopanstvo eds., Sofia, 2008, pp. 289-329

  2. Cherkezova, St., Social Effects of Deindustrialization and Restructuring: Changes of Incomes of Population. The Example of Pernik – Bulgaria, Restructuring of the Economy and Social Consequences. Perspectives of the Republic of Bulgaria in European Economic Area edited by prof. Katia Vladimirova, Ph.D, Chance eds., Sofia, 2007, pp. 193-207

  3. Cherkezova, St., Strategies and Policies for Restructuring. International and National Projects and Investments - the Example of Pernik – Bulgaria, Restructuring of the Economy and Social Consequences. Perspectives of the Republic of Bulgaria in European Economic Area edited by prof. Katia Vladimirova, Ph.D, Chance eds., Sofia., 2007, pp. 118-137

  4. Mateva, St., What lose and what profit companies from their activities on securing safe conditions of work?, Pozvanete - Novini, vol. 96, May, 2006, p. 8