Franko Milost

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Franko Milost, Ph. D., is an associate professor of accounting and auditing as well as the Head of the Department for Accounting at the Faculty of Management, University of Primorska. He is a certificated auditor and a certificated accountant. At the Faculty of Management, he teaches Accounting to undergraduate students and Company’s Accounting Policy to postgraduate students. His research is mostly in the area of management accounting, more precisely the company’s invisible assets. Furthermore, he deals mostly with the concepts of intangible assets, intellectual capital and human resource accounting.

Education

Academic year 2019/20
  • Controlling
    •   first cycle academic study programme (Bachelor degree) Management

    •   Koper

  • Controlling
    •   first cycle professional study programme (Bachelor degree) Management

    •   Celje, Škofja Loka

  • Financial operations
    •   second cycle Master degree study programme Management

    •   Koper

  • Accounting and taxation
    •   second cycle Master degree study programme Economics and Finance

    •   Koper

  • Financial and managerial accounting
    •   second cycle Master degree study programme Economics and Finance

    •   Koper

  • Taxes and tax optimisation
    •   first cycle professional study programme (Bachelor degree) Management

    •   Celje

  • Accounting
    •   first cycle professional study programme (Bachelor degree) Management

    •   Koper

  • Tax Law
    •   second cycle Master degree study programme Law for management

    •   Koper

Research

References

MILOST, Franko. 2014. Investments in human capital: elements, a true and fair view of financial statements compiled by using the classical approach, and the related financial performance ratios. V Management, valuation, and risk for human capital and human assets: building the foundation for a multi-disciplinary, multi-level theory, ed. Meir Russ, 137–159. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

MILOST, Franko. 2014. Models of human capital valuation: a review with examples. V Management, valuation, and risk for human capital and human assets: building the foundation for a multi-disciplinary, multi-level theory, ed. Meir Russ, 113–135. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

MILOST, Franko, NOVAK, Matic. 2015. Investments in human capital: the case of Slovene micro companiesInternational journal of sustainable economy 7(3): 187–202.

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Habilitation

PhD, Associate Professor in Accounting and Auditing

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