Suzana Laporšek

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Suzana Laporšek graduated in International Relations at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, and in International Economics at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. In 2014 she received a PhD in Economics from the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. At the Faculty of Management she lectures finance courses, and her research interests focuses on issues of corporate finance, financial institutions and markets, and labour market policies. She is an author of a number of scientific papers published in prestigious scientific journals, and participates in several national and international scientific research programs and projects, as well as in the program and editorial boards of scientific journals and international conferences.

Education

Academic year 2023/24
  • Basic Corporate Finance
    •   first cycle professional study programme (Professional bachelor's degree) Management

    •   Koper

Research

References

Laporšek, Suzana and Vodopivec, Matija. 2021. The economic effects of the minimum wage in Slovenia. In Woźniak-Jęchorek, Beata in Pilc, Michał (Eds.). Labour market institutions and productivity: labour utilisation in Central and Eastern Europe (Routlege Studies in Labour Economics), pg. 212-236. London; New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Vodopivec, Milan, Finn, Dan, Laporšek, Suzana, Vodopivec, Matija and Cvörnjek, Nejc. 2019. Increasing employment of older workers: Addressing labour market obstacles. Journal of population ageing, 3(12): 273–298.

Laporšek, Suzana, Vodopivec, Milan and Vodopivec, Matija. 2019. Spillover effects of a minimum wage increase - evidence from Slovenia. Post-communist economies, 5 (31): 603–622.

Laporšek, Suzana, Vodopivec, Milan and Vodopivec, Matija. 2019. Making work pay in Slovenia. Revija za socijalnu politiku, 26 (3): 315–337.

Stubelj, Igor, Dolenc, Primož, Biloslavo, Roberto, Nahtigal, Matjaž and Laporšek, Suzana. 2017. Corporate purpose in a small post-transitional economy: The case of Slovenia. Ekonomska istraživanja, 30 (1): 818–835.

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Projects

STAR-VITAL - Joint measures for the vitality of older workers”

Management of education and employability in knowledge society

The impact of labour market events on health status (1. 5. 2017–30. 4. 2020)

Analysis of the efficiency of investments in research and development in Slovenia (1. 4. 2018–31. 3. 2020)   

Development of reform strategies for social protection in Slovenia

Habilitation

PhD, Associate Professor in Finance

PhD, Assistant Professor in Economics

 

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