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Hyrije Abazi-Alili

Faculty : Business and Economics
Position : Assistant
Engagement type : Full time
Personal data
E-mail : h.abazi@seeu.edu.mk
Address : Ilindenska bb
Telephone : 00389 44 356 067
Fax : +389 44 356 001
Languages ( Self-evaluated )
Albanian
C2 - Proficient
Macedonian
C2 - Proficient
English
C2 - Proficient

Education

  • Jan 2008 - May 2013: PhD in Economics
    Faculty: Business
    Staffordshire University , Stoke-on-Trent, UK
    Specialty: Microeconomics
    Thesis: "OWNERSHIP EVOLUTION AND PERFORMANCE IN PRIVATISED FIRMS -THE CASE OF MACEDONIA "

  • Nov 2005 - Jan 2008: Master in Business Administration
    Faculty: Business Administration
    South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia
    Specialty: Finance
    Thesis: "Remittances in the Republic of Macedonia: The tale of two Pollog valley vilages"

  • Nov 2001 - Feb 2005: Graduated Economist
    Faculty: Business Administration
    South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia
    Specialty: Finance Department

Publications

  • Hyrije Abazi-Alili. The evolution of ownership, innovation and firm performance: empirical evidence from Macedonia. In Scientific Conference on Innovative Approaches to the Contemporary Economic Problems, pp. 439-461. University of Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik, Croatia , 9 / 2013. ISBN 978-953-7153-30-4. (Download)

  • Shqipe Gerguri-Rashiti, Hyrije Abazi-Alili and Veland Ramadani. The impact of Information Communication Technologies and Innovation activities on Entrepreneurial Businesses: Empirical Evidence in Transition Economies.. In 6th International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Regional Development, pp. 653-663. Lookus Scientific, Istanbul, Turkey, 6 / 2013. ISBN 978-9944-380-09-6. (Download)

  • Hyrije Abazi Alili, Remzije Rakipi. The Impact of Company’s Human Capital on Innovation Activities: Firm-level Evidence from South-East Europe. In 6th International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Regional Development, pp. 789-800. Lookus Scientific, Istanbul, Turkey, 6 / 2013. ISBN 978-9944-380-09-6. (Download)

  • Shqipe Gerguri-Rashiti, Hyrije Abazi-Alili and Zamir Dika. The Use of ICT in the Decision Making Process: The Case of Macedonian Entrepreneurial Businesses. In Entrepreneurship in the Balkans: Diversity, Support and Prospects, pp. 339-366. Springer, New York, Heidelberg,Tokyo, 5 / 2013. ISBN 978-3-642-36576-8. (Download)

  • Hyrije Abazi-Alili. The Impact of Innovation Activities on Firm Performance: Empirical Evidence from Macedonia. In International Journal of Science, Innovation and Technology, pp. 69-76. ASET, Tirana, Albania, 2 / 2013. ISBN 2223-2257. (Download)

  • Hyrije Abazi-Alili and Teuta Veseli. The Determinants of Innovation Activities: Evidence from Macedonia. In Journal of Scientific Publications: Economy & Business, Volume 6. Info Invest, Bulgaria, Sunny Beach, Bulgaria, 9 / 2012. ISBN 1313-2555.

  • Hyrije A. Alili and Lejla A. Bexheti. Innovation activities and Firm performance Evidence from Macedonia . In Information Systems and Technology Innovation: Their application in Economy, pp. 103. Tirana, Albania, 6 / 2012. ISBN 978-9995-6377-8-1.

  • Hyrije A. Alili, Hristina Cipuseva and Verica H.Markovska. . Post-Privatisation and Innovation Performance of Enterprises: Evidence from a sample of Firms in Macedonia. SEEU, Tetovo, Macedonia, 5 / 2012. ISBN 978-608-4503-74-3.

  • Hyrije Abazi-Alili. Innovation Activities and Firm Performance: Evidence from Transition Economies. In EBES 2012 Conference - Istanbul. Istanbul, Turkey, 5 / 2012.

  • Hyrije Abazi-Alili. Innovation Activities and Firm Performance: Evidence from South-Eastern Europe . In Strategies for Innovations in the Balkans: Fact or Fiction?. Skopje, Macedonia, 4 / 2012.

  • Hyrije Abazi-Alili. Post-Privatisation Firm Performance: Empirical Evidence from Macedonia. In Economic & Social Challenges 2011- “Globalization and Sustainable Development. Tirana, Albania, 12 / 2011.

  • Hyrije Abazi. Ownership change, Innovation Activities and Firm Performance- Evidence from central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. In The Adriatic-Balkan Area from Transition to Integration , pp. 171-197. Edizioni scientifiche Italiane, Napoli, Italy , 11 / 2011. ISBN 978-88-495-2205-1. (Download)

  • Hyrije Abazi-Alili and Hristina Cipusheva. Ownership, innovation activities and firm performance evidence from Macedonian privatized firms. In The 4th International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development. Ohrid, Macedonia, 5 / 2011.

  • Hyrije Abazi-Alili. Ownership change, Innovation Activities and Firm Performance- Evidence from central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. In The Adriatic-Balkan Area from Transition to Integration. Ancona, Italy, 5 / 2010. (Download)

  • Hyrije Abazi-Alili and Teuta Veseli. Ownership, Innovation Activities and Firm Performance Evidence from Transition Economies . In Economic & Social Challenges and Problems at the Time of Crisis. Tirana, Albania , 12 / 2009. ISBN 978-99956-811-9-7.

  • Hyrije Abazi. Strategic Sector Privatisation in Macedonia. In Dilemmas and Backwards in a Fast Track - Privatization of POEs in Kosovo, pp. 61. Prishtina, Kosovo, 10 / 2009. (Download)

  • Lejla A. Bexheti, Zamir Dika, Hyrije A. Alili. Analysis report of survey results about the usage of a Learning Management System . In World Congress of Science, Engineering and Technology. WCSET, Paris, France, 6 / 2009. ISBN 2070-3724. (Download)

  • Abdul GHAFFAR Mughal, Hristina CIPUSHEVA, Hyrije ABAZI. Remittances and Migration from Macedonia: A Report Based on the Quality of Life Survey. In Remittances and Migration from Macedonia: A Report Based on the Quality of Life Survey, pp. 90. SEEU, Tetovo, Macedonia, 5 / 2009. (Download)

Work Experience

  • Mar 2005 - Present : Assistant
    South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia
    Type of business or sector: Education and Research

  • Mar 2009 - Dec 2010: Project Manager
    United Nations Development Programme, Skopje, Macedonia
    Type of business or sector: United Nations Development Programme
    Main responsibilities: Project Manager, People-Centered Analysis Report 2010

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