Professor, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University
Professor Kekenovski Ljubomir has earned his B A, MPA and Ph.D in Economics at the University “St Ciril and Methodius” in Skopje.
His Doctoral Theses- was “The new positions of the public sector with special inside of public sector transformations in Republic of Macedonia” at the University St Cyril and Methodius” – Skopje University.
He had several studies in the public sector area:USA -Institute for Public and Private Partnerships-Washington; Poland -Summer school for public choices; Slovenia-International Center for Public Enterprises; France-University of Sorbonne- Paris 1;University of Rennes as Visiting professor.
Also, he developed as author and coordinator international and domestic projects. Most important are: “Long-term strategy for modernization of the Public sector in R. Macedonian”, Middle -term program for economic development and “Program for transformations of the public infrastructure in R. Macedonian” ; Transaction cost in the Balkan countries – comparative analyses;
He was Fulbright Scholar 2008 at MIT Sloan School-Cambridge, MA, and USA.
He published many articles and 4 books on the problematic of public sector and is very active in the area of NGO Sector.
He is fluent in English and French, as the other balkan languages. In process of learning Turkish and Russian.
He has experience to serve as a economic advisor of the Government 1998-2002, at actual president of RM. Also, he has a experiences as president of the Anti monopoly Commission 1999/2000, and President of the Council of Governors (external members 2000-2007) of the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia. Also, he was a Dean of the Faculty of Economics-Skopje, 2009-2010.
The present position is professor of Public sector Economics, Industrial policy and Economic sociology at the St Cyril and Methodius University-Faculty of Economics-Skopje. The focus of interest and expertise are in: management with the public and common goods, influences of the social and technical innovations, transaction cost and economics of culture.