MA International Economics, PhD student at the Universität Kassel. Milka Kazandziska ist a Lecturer at the Berlin School of Economics and Law and teaches ‘Macroeconomics I: Business Cycle and Employment’ and ‘Macroeconomics II: The World Market and the Currency System’. In 2002 she finished her studies of economics at University of St. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Macedonia and obtained a Diploma in Economics. She worked as an Export specialist at the company ‘Fonko Int.’, Skopje, Macedonia, before starting her Master studies. In 2006 she obtained an MA in International Economics from the Berlin School of Economics. During her studies she worked as a Research and Teaching Assistant.
- Macroeconomic regimes,
- Growth and sustainability of currency areas,
- Labour markets, incomes policies and wage development
- Milka Kazandziska: Macroeconomic Policy Regimes in Emerging Countries The Case of Central Eastern Europe, Marburg: Metropolis-Verlag, 2019.
- Macroeconomic Regimes in Western Industrial Countries, Routledge, (forthcoming) (with Hansjoerg Herr)
- Theoretical Debate about Minimum Wages, Global labour University Working Paper Series, 2009, Paper No. 6, February 2009 (with Hansjoerg Herr)
- Wages and regional coherence in the European Monetary Union, in: Hein, E., Priewe, J., Truger, A., (eds.), European Integration in Crisis, Metropolis, Marburg, 2007, 131-162 (with Hansjoerg Herr).
Macroeconomic Regimes of the Central and Eastern European Countries and the European Monetary Union: Towards Destructive Convergence?