Miroslav Mateev, Ph.D. is a full-time Professor in Business (Finance) at the American University in Bulgaria. Professor Mateev returned to AUBG after teaching at the Maine Business School of the University of Maine for a semester.
Prof. Mateev's interest for teaching was conceived 20 years ago during his M. Sc. degree studies in International Finance at London Business School in the UK. After that he moved to the United States where he taught at the University of Delaware, was a research assistant at the Wharton Business School and worked for the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA), which was then under the direction of the President Bush's administration. During this period, Professor Mateev worked on various projects of the World Bank. In 2003, Mateev joined the teaching staff of the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) and in 2007 he became Director of the Executive MBA program at the same University. Over the years he continued his professional development and specialization in different areas of finance and higher education. Notable is his time spent at the Harvard Business School where he focused on case writing and case teaching as part of his teaching methodology. Prof. Mateev holds two doctoral degrees - PhD in Industrial Management and Doctor of Economic Sciences (Finance), with dissertation on "Multifactor Asset Pricing Model and the Efficiency of Capital Markets in Transition: The Case of Bulgarian Stock Exchange-Sofia"
He is the author of four textbooks in corporate finance and risk management, and a number of papers in the area of international corporate finance and economics. Besides teaching Prof. Mateev is actively engaged in consulting in the areas of foreign investment, corporate restructuring, project management and others.
Besides teaching Mateev is actively engaged in consulting in the areas of foreign investment, corporate restructuring, privatization and others.
Corporate finance, investment and portfolio analysis, corporate governance in transition economies, mergers and acquisitions, project management and FDI in transition economies.
Corporate finance, advanced financial analysis, investment and portfolio management, international corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets in emerging economies, and entrepreneurship.
This course provides students with the fundamentals of corporate finance which enables participants to understand what capital funds the business needs, how these funds are obtained, and how they are managed. At the end of the course, the student should ... [More info]
This course is intended to introduce the concepts and tools of security analysis and portfolio management. The course content covers market structure and trade execution, client characteristics and their effect on portfolio construction, the asset ... [More info]
The primary objective of this course is to prepare you to use modern finance theory to better understand how companies are valued and to make capital allocation decisions that lead to long-run value maximization for the corporation. The emphasis of the ... [More info]
This course applies the concepts and principles of corporate finance to the multinational corporation. A corporation that operates across national borders faces risks not faced by a purely domestic corporation, such as changing exchange rates and ... [More info]