Assist. Prof. Dr. Liridon Kryeziu
Assistant Professor Dr. Liridon Kryeziu has a three years of experience in teaching, research and consultancy working for local and international research institutions.
ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES
Kryeziu, L., Coşkun, R., Krasniqi, B. Social networks and family firm internationalisation: cases from a transition economy. Review of International Business and Strategy, 2022, 32(2), pp. 284–304
Kryeziu, L., Bağış, M., Kurutkan, M.N., Krasniqi, B.A., Haziri, A. COVID-19 impact and firm reactions towards crisis: Evidence from a transition economy. Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation, 2022, 18(1), pp. 169–196.
Coşkun, R., Kryeziu, L., Krasniqi, B.A. Institutions and competition: does internationalisation provide advantages for the family firms in a transition economy? Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, 2022, 11(2-3), pp. 253–272
Bağış, M., Kryeziu, L., Kurutkan, M.N., Ramadani, V. Women entrepreneurship in family business: dominant topics and future research trends. Journal of Family Business Management, 2022
Bağış, M., Kryeziu, L., Kurutkan, M.N., ...Karaca, V., Ateş, Ç. Youth entrepreneurial intentions: a cross-cultural comparison. Journal of Enterprising Communities, 2022
Bagis, M., Kryeziu, L. Behavioral Strategy and Institutions. Special Human Resource Management Practices and Strategy, 2022, pp. 273–290
Kryeziu, Liridon; COŞKUN, Recai; Krasniqi, Besnik (2021). “SOCIAL NETWORKS AND FAMILY FIRM INTERNATIONALISATION: CASES FROM A TRANSITION ECONOMY.” Review of International Business and Strategy. (Indeksuar ne Web of Science-ESCI: Q2)
KRASNIQI, B. A., KRYEZIU, L., BAĞIŞ, M., KURUTKAN, M. N., & IDRIZI, S. (2021). COVID-19 AND SMES IN KOSOVO: ASSESSING EFFECT AND POLICY PREFERENCES. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 2150005. .(Indexed in Web of Science: Emerging Sources Citation Index- ESCI;
L. KRYEZIU,, AND COŞKUN, R. (2018). “THE POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM KOSOVO.”
The South East European Journal of Economics and Business, 13(2), 84-99. (Indexed in Web of Science: Emerging Sources Citation Index- ESCI);
BAĞIŞ, M., KARAGÜZEL, E. S., KRYEZIU, L., & ARDIÇ, K. A. LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS ON INTELLECTUAL STRUCTURE OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS AND RESEARCH TRENDS. Mehmet Akif Ersoy Üniversitesi İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi Dergisi, 6(3), 796- 814.(Indexed in Web of Science: Emerging Sources Citation Index- ESCI).
PUBLISHED SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE CONTRIBUTION
F Aliu, A Knápková, L Kryeziu, B Mehmet “Valuation of Privatized Companies in The Transition Economies: The Case of Prishtina International Airport”. Finance and Performance of Firms in Science,Education and Practice, 16-28. (Conference is indexed in Web of Science);
M.Bağiş, M. Hiziroğlu, E. Selman Karagüzel, L. Kryeziu. “The disciplinary and theoretical foundations of Resource Based School: a bibliometric analysis”.11th International Strategic Management Conference2015, Vienna, Austria;
R. Özen Kutanis, L. Kryeziu, Ö. Doğan Gürcü, E. Selman Karagüzel “Locusof Control, Individualism / Collectivism and Students Accademic Success: A Comparative Study Between Sakarya and Haxhi Zeka University”. 4th International Vocational Schools Symposium – 2015, Yallova, Turkey;
I.Akdoğan, T. Akdoğan, L. Kryeziu. E. Selman Karagüzel “The Development of Environmental Taxes and Environmental Public Expenditures in Turkey Comparing Member Countries of the European Union”. International Conference on Economic and Social Studies, 24 - 25 April, 2014, Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina, ISSN 2303-4564.
External evaluation of the implementation and impact of the project “Sustainable Reintegration of Repatriated Persons” into labour market through Active Labour Market Measures during 2019-2020”
Improving the quality of life and economic development for members of non-majority communities living in Kosovo
“Support Kosovo Chamber of Commerce - KCC for conducting systematic Training Needs Assessment/Skills Barometer as a tool for planning of VET and determine priority sectors in targeted regions”. ALLED II – “Aligning Education and Training with Labour Market Needs” Programme.
Consultations: Thursdays from 16:00 to 17:00