Prof. Miroslav Mateev

P.O. Box: 503000, Dubai, UAE
Tel. +971 4 4499611
Email: miroslav.mateev@aue.ae
Google Scholar Profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=cOujHnEAAAAJ&hl=en
Research Gate Profile: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Miroslav_Mateev

Area of Research Interest

  • Corporate Finance
  • Company Valuation and Value Creation
  • Investment and Portfolio Management
  • International Corporate Finance
  • Global Financial Management & Markets

Projects/Grants

  1. American University in the Emirates – 1 internal research grant
  2. American University in Bulgaria – 11 grants for research projects
  3. American University jointly with other international organizations – 4 grants for research projects
  4. Local organizations and companies – 8 grants for research projects

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journals:

  1. Mateev, M. (2017). Is the M&A Announcement Effect Different Across Europe? More Evidences from Continental Europe and the UK, Research in International Business and Finance, Volume 40, 190–216.
  2. Mateev, M., and Andonov, K. (2016). Do Cross-border and Domestic Bidding Firms Perform Differently? New Evidence from Continental Europe and the UK, Research in International Business and Finance, 37(2), 327–349.
  3. Mateev, M., and Tsekov, I. (2015). Do Institutional Quality Differences Matter for FDI? New Evidence from Western and Eastern European Countries, International Journal of Economic Research, 12 (4) (Part-I), 1237-1279.
  4. Mateev, M., and Tsekov, I. (2014). Are There Any Top FDI Performers Among EU-15 and CEE Countries? A Comparative Panel Data Analysis, Finance Theory and Practice, 38(3), 337-374.
  5. Mateev, M. (2013). Country Risk and Foreign Direct Investment in Transition Economies: A Panel Data Analysis, International Journal of Management Accounting Research, 2(1), 101-130.
  6. Mateev, M., Panikkos, P., and Ivanov, K. (2013). On the Determinants of SMEs Capital Structure in Central and Eastern Europe: A Dynamic Panel Analysis, Research in International Business and Finance, 27(1), 28-51.
  7. Mateev, M., and Ivanov, K. (2012). How SME Uniqueness Affects Capital Structure? Еvidence from Central and Eastern Europe Panel Data, Quarterly Journal of Finance and Accounting, 50(1), 115-144.
  8. Mateev, M., and Anastasov, Y. (2012). New Determinants of Growth in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe: A Panel Data Analysis, International Journal of Economic Research, Vol. 9, No 1, January-June 113-136.
  9. Mateev, M. (2012). The Effect of Sovereign Credit Rating Announcements on Emerging Bond and Stock Markets: New Evidences, Oxford Journal: An International Journal of Business & Economics, 7(1), 28-41.
  10. Mateev, M., and Anastasov, Y. (2011). On the Growth of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe: A Dynamic Panel Analysis, Banking and Finance Review, 3(2), 81-104.
  11. Mateev, M., and Stoyanov, I. (2011). Country Risk and Its Impact on Foreign Direct Investment Decision Making Process: A Bulgarian Perspective, Oxford Journal: An International Journal of Business & Economics, 6(1), 16-40.
  12. Mateev, M., and Anastasov, Y. (2010), Determinants of Small and Medium Sized Fast Growing Enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe: A Panel Data Analysis, Finance Theory and Practice, 3, 269-295.
  13. Mateev, M. (2009). Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Southeastern Europe: New Empirical Tests, Oxford Journal, Special Issue, Vol. 8, Number 1, 133-149.
  14. Mateev, M., Ivanov, N., and Eftimov, E. (2009). Foreign Direct Investment and Growth in Transition Economies: New Evidence from Central and Southeastern Europe. In P. Andrikopoulos (Ed.), Contemporary Issues of Economic and Financial Integration: A Collection of Empirical Work, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Part I, 89-116.
  15. Mateev, M., and Videv, A. (2008). Multifactor Asset Pricing Model and Stock Market in Transition: New Empirical Tests, Eastern Economic Journal, Volume 34, Number 2, 223-237.
  16. Mateev, M. (2008). Corporate Governance Problem and Its Implications for Transition Economies, Corporate Ownership & Control, Volume. 5, Issue 3, Spring (Continued - 3), 335-348.
  17. Mateev, M., and Stoyanov, I. (2008). Country Risk and Its Impact on FDI Decision Making: The Case of Bulgaria. In P. Koveos (Ed.), Investment in a Global Economy: Its Environment, Finance, and Economics, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Chapter 9, 157-184.
  18. Mateev, M., and Videv. A. (2006). The Effect of Sovereign Credit Rating Announcements on Emerging Stock Markets: An Event Study. In J. Roufagalas (Ed.), Resource Allocation and Institutions: Explorations in Economics, Finance and Law, Athens Institute for Educating and Research, Chapter 23, 5-18.
  19. Mateev, M. (2004). CAPM Anomalies and the Efficiency of Stock Markets in Transition: Evidence from Bulgaria, South Eastern Europe Journal of Economics, Vol. 2, No 1, 35-59.
  20. Mateev, М. (2003). Entrepreneurship and SME Developments in Transition Countries: The Case of Bulgaria. In D. K. Cirby and A. Watson (Ed.), Small Firms and Economic Development in Developed and Transition Economies: A Reader. Hampshire: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 181-195.
  21. Mateev, M. (2001). Barriers to SMEs Finance and Growth: From Theory to Practice, Statistics in Transition, Journal of the Polish Statistical Association, Volume 5, No 1, 5-36.
  22. Mateev, M. (1999). Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Bulgaria: Alternatives for Financing. In M. Szreder (Ed.), Central and Eastern Europe in Transition III. Hauppauge, NY: NOVA Science Books and Journals, 112-128.
  23. Mateev, M. (1998). Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in the Period of Transition to Market-Oriented Economy: The Case of Bulgaria. In M. Szreder (Ed.), Central and Eastern Europe in Transition I. Hauppauge, NY: NOVA Science Publishers, Inc., 129-155.
  24. Mateev, M. (1998). Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Development in Bulgaria: Problems and Perspectives. In M. Szreder (Ed.), Central and Eastern Europe in Transition I., Hauppauge, NY: NOVA Science Publishers, Inc., 158-174.

Books/Book Chapters

  1. Mateev, M. (2016). “Mergers and Acquisitions in Europe. Comparative Analysis of the UK and Continental Europe”, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany (monograph)
  2. Mateev, M. (2013). “Investment Management: Theory and Practice”, SIELA Printing House, Sofia (textbook)
  3. Mateev, M. (2008). “Best Practices in Technology Parks and Business Incubators. The Bulgaria Experience”, Phare Project BG2005/017-353.10.03, Sofia (monograph)
  4. Mateev, M. (2006). “Corporate Finance – Case-studies”, Part 2 (updated), Trakia-M Printing House, Sofia (handbook)
  5. Mateev, M. (2006). “Corporate Governance in Transition Economies – Comparative Analysis”, Trakia-M Printing House, Sofia (monograph)
  6. Mateev, M. (2005). “Financial Management – Case-studies”, Part 3, Trakia-M Printing House, Sofia (handbook)
  7. Mateev, M. (2004). “Business Planning Module”, Entrepreneurship Training Program, AUBG, Blagoevgrad (handbook)
  8. Mateev, M (2000). “Investments in Public Sector”, IPAEI Printing House, Sofia (textbook)
  9. Mateev, M. (2000). “Analysis and Valuation of Risk of Investment Decisions”, UNWE Printing House, Sofia (textbook)
  10. Mateev, M. (1999 and 2000). “Corporate Finance – Case-studies”, Part 1 & 2, Trakia-M Printing House, Sofia (handbooks)
  11. Mateev, M. (1998). “Basic Principals of Investment Management”, Abagar Printing House, V. Turnovo (textbook)

Conference Preceedings

  1. Mateev, M., and Elena, M. (2016). The Long-Term Relationship between Market Volatility and Credit Spread: A Threshold Co-Integration Test, Proceedings of the World Finance and Banking Symposium, University of Dubai, Dubai, December 14-15.
  2. Mateev, M., (2015). Banks Performance during the Financial Meltdown of 2007 or Why Some of These Banks Did Perform Better Compared to Others? Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Business & Management in Connected Era, Skyline University College, Sharjah, November 17-19.
  3. Mateev, M., (2014). FDI in Central and Eastern European Countries as Instrument for Sustainable Economic Development: A Comparative Analysis, Proceeding of the 7th Annual Conference on Social Sustainability through Competitiveness with Qualitative Growth, Sofia, October 17-18.
  4. Mateev, M., (2014). The Influence of M&A Announcements on Stock Returns – Evidence from the UK, Proceeding of the 4rd ESI Annual Conference, European Politechnical University, Pernik, June 9-10.
  5. Mateev, M., and Konstantin, I. (2011), On the Determinants of SME Capital Structure: Evidence from Central and Eastern European Countries, Proceeding of the 8th Circle International Conference for Marketing, Management, Finance, Consumer Behavior, Tourism, and Retailing Research, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 27-29 April 2011.
  6. Mateev, M. (2008). Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Southeastern Europe: New Empirical Tests, Proceedings of the 8th Global Conference on Business and Economics, Florance, Italy, October 18-19.
  7. Mateev, M., Hristov, A., and Vankov, L. (2008). Information Technology and Innovation in Support of Small and Medium Enterprises’ Growth and Development: Evidence from Bulgaria, Proceedings of the Balkan Trade Development Conference “The Silk road – Information Highway of the 21st Century”, AUBG, Blagoevgrad, March 24-28.
  8. Mateev, M., and Videv, A. (2006). Corporate Governance and Control - Implications for Transition Economies. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Economic Transformations in Transition, High-Income and Developing Countries: Creating Catalytic Institutions, Choosing Complementary Policies, Golden Sands, September 20-22.

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