Petreski, M. (2021) Has globalization shrunk manufacturing labor share in transition economies? Journal of Comparative Economics, 49(1), p.201-211.
Petreski, M. and Petreski, B. (2021) Macedonian labour market in a stalemate: Forecasting occupational and sectoral labour demand. In: A. Fetsi, U. Bardak and F. Rosso (Eds.) Changing skills for a changing world: Understanding skills demand in EU neighbouring countries. ETF Collection of Articles. Torino: European Training Foundation, p.83-97.
Petreski, B., Davalos, J. and Tumanoska, D. (2021) Youth Underemployment in the Western Balkans: A Multidimensional Approach. Eastern European Economics, 59(1), p.25-50.
Petreski, B. and Petreski, M. (2021) Dynamic microsimulation modelling of potential pension reforms in North Macedonia. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 20(1), p.49-66.
Tumanoska, D. (2020) The Relationship between Economic Growth and Unemployment Rates: Validation of Okun’s Law in Panel Context. Research in Applied Economics, 12(1), p.33-55.
Tumanoska, D. (2019) The Validity of Okun’s Law in North Macedonia. Business and Economic Research, 9(2), p.160-168.
Petreski, M. (2019) Exploring diaspora contribution for Macedonia’s development. Southeastern Europe, 43(3), p.304-320.
Velickovski, I. and Petreski, M. (2019) Size, competitiveness and FDIs: Small or transition country curse? Small States and Territories, 2(1), p.23-40.
Petreski, M. (2019) Remittances and labour supply revisited: New evidence from the Macedonian behavioural tax and benefit microsimulation model. Migration Letters, 16(2), p.219-236.
Petreski, B., Tumanoska, D., Davalos, J. and Petreski, M. (2018) New light on remittances-poverty-health nexus in Macedonia. International Migration, 56(5), p.26-41.
Petreski, B. and Petreski, M. (2018) Does motherhood explain lower wages for females in Macedonia? Ekonomska istrazivanja – Economic Research. 31(1), p.352-375.
Petreski, M. (2018) Public provision of employment-support services to youth jobseekers: Effects on informality and wages in transition economies. International Journal of Manpower, 39(6), p. 820-839.
Petreski, M. (2018) Is informal job experience of youth undermining their labor-market prospects in transition economies? Open Economies Review, 29(4), p. 751-768.
Petreski, M. (2018) Has CEFTA increased members’ trade? Evidence with an enlarged set of plausibly exogenous instruments. Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, 68(3), p. 294-317.
Petreski, M., Petreski, B., Tumanoska, D., Narazani, E., Kazazi, F., Ognjanov, G., Jankovic, I., Mustafa, A. and Kochovska, T. (2017) The size and effects of emigration and remittances in the Western-Balkans: Forecasting based on a Delphi process. Südosteuropa: Journal of Politics and Society, 65(4), p. 679-695.
Petreski, M., Petreski B. and Tumanoska, D. (2017) Remittances as a shield to vulnerable households in Macedonia: The case when the instrument is not strictly exogenous. International Migration, 55(1), p.20-36.
Petreski, M., Mojsoska-Blazevski, N. and Bergolo, M. (2017) Labor-market scars when youth unemployment is extremely high: Evidence from Macedonia. Eastern European Economics, 55(2), p.168-196.
Petreski, M., Petreski, B. and Tumanoska, D. (2016) Could Remittances Shield Vulnerable Households in Transition Economies? In: Aysen Hic Gencer, İlyas Sözen and Selahattin Sari (Eds.) Eurasian Economies in Transition, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p.86-106.
Tumanoska, D., Mojsoska-Blazevski, N. and Petreski, M. (2016) Are small, open economies exposed to capital? Insights into the Feldstein-Horioka puzzle in Macedonia. Economic Review, 67(2), p.116-134.
Mojsoska-Blazevski, N., Petreski, M. and Petreska, D. (2015) Increasing labour market activity of poor and female: Let’s make work pay in Macedonia. Eastern European Economics, 53(6), p.466-490.
Petreski, B. (2015) Empirical Analysis of the Risks and Resilience to Shocks of the Macedonian Insurance Sector. The Geneva Papers, 40(4), p.678–700.
Petreski, M. and Petreski, B. (2015) Dissatisfied, feeling unequal and inclined to emigrate: Perceptions from Macedonia in a MIMIC model. Migration Letters, 12(2), p.152-161.
Petreski, M., Mojsoska-Blazevski, N. and Petreski, B. (2014) Gender wage gap when women are highly inactive: Evidence from repeated imputations with Macedonian data. Journal of Labor Research. 35(4), p.393-411.
Petreski, Blagica (2014) Rich richer, poor poorer. Face to Face, 9, p.14-16.
Petreski, M. (2014) Inflation targeting at the crossroads: Evidence from post-communist economies during the crisis. Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 47(2), p.247-260.
Petreski, M. (2014) Regulatory environment and development outcomes: Empirical evidence from transition economies. Ekonomicky Casopis, 61(3), p.225-248.
Petreski, M. (2014) Grooming Classifications: Exchange Rate Regimes and Growth in Transition Economies. Eastern European Economics, 52(1), p.5-33.
Petreski, Blagica (2013) Empirical analysis of the risks and resistance to shocks of the Macedonian insurance sector. Economics and Business, 15(11), p.66-68.
Petreski, M. (2013) Monetary Policy Conduct in CESEE countries on their road to the Euro. Comparative Economic Studies, 55(1), p.1-41.
Mojsoska-Blazevski, N., Petreski, M. and Petreska, D. (2013) Increasing labour market activity of poor and female: Let’s make work pay in Macedonia. EUROMOD Working Paper Series, EM16/13.
Petreska, Despina and Mojsoska-Blazevski, Nikica (2013) The Feldstein-Horioka puzzle and transition economies. Economic Annals, 58(197), p.23-46.
Petreski, M. (2013) South East European Trade Analysis: A Role for Endogenous CEFTA-2006? Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 49(5), p.26-44.
Petreski, M. (2013) Overhaul of a Doctrine: Has Inflation Targeting Opened a New Era in -Developing-country Peggers? Eastern European Economics, 51(5), p. 46-68.
Petreski, Blagica (2012) The experience with the credit boom in Macedonia. Economics and Business, 14(11), p.39-42.