Jože Damijan, PhD

Full Professor 

  • Academic Unit for International Economics and Business (Department Chair)
  • Academic Unit for Economics (Associate Member)
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  • Office Hours
  • Tuesday at 11:00 in RZ-207
Selected Research and Consulting Activities
  • Damijan, J.P., Č. Kostevc (2014), Learning from Trade through Innovation: Causal Link between Imports, Exports and Innovation in Spanish Microdata, Forthcoming in Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Damijan, J.P., B. Majcen, M. Knell, M. Rojec (2013), Impact of Firm Heterogeneity on Direct and Spillover Effects of FDI: Micro Evidence from Ten Transition Countries. Journal of Comparative Economics, 41 (3): 895-922.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Damijan, J.P., Č. Kostevc, S. Polanec (2010), From innovation to exporting or vice versa? The World Economy, 32 (2): 374-398.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Bellak C., P.J, Damijan, M. Leibrecht (2009), Infrastructure endowment and corporate income taxes as determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Central- and Eastern European Countries, The World Economy, 32 (2): 267-290.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Damijan, P.J., J. De Sousa, O. Lamotte (2009), Does international openness affect productivity of local firms? Evidence from Southeastern Europe. Economics of Transition, 17 (3): 559–586.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Damijan, P.J., S. Polanec, J. Prašnikar (2007), Outward FDI and Productivity: Micro-evidence from Slovenia, The World Economy, 30 (1): 135-155.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Damijan, P.J., M. Rojec (2007), Foreign Direct Investment and Catching Up of New EU Member States: Is There a Flying Geese Pattern? Applied Economics Quarterly, 53 (2): 91-118.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Damijan, P.J, Č. Kostevc (2006), Learning-by-Exporting: Continuous Productivity Improvements or Capacity Utilization Effects? Evidence from Slovenian Firms, Review of World Economics, 142 (3): 599-614.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Damijan, P.J, M. Knell (2005), How Important is Trade and Foreign Ownership in Closing the Technology Gap? Evidence from Estonia and Slovenia, Review of World Economics, 141 (2): 271-295.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Simoneti, M, J.P. Damijan, B. Majcen, M. Rojec (2005). Case-By-Case Versus Mass Privatization in Transition Economies: Owner and Seller Effects on Performance of Firms in Slovenia. World Development, 33 (10): 1603-1625.
  • (Recent papers)
  • 2010-2013: 7th Framework project: Servicegap — The Impact of Service Sector Innovation and Internationalisation on Growth and Productivity. Coordinator: University of Birmingham (UB).
  • (Recent projects)
  • 2010-2014: 7th Framework project: Marie Curie Actions—Networks for Initial Training (ITN) - ManETEI— Management of Emerging Technologies for Economic Impact. Coordinator: University of Leeds (UL).
  • (Recent projects)
  • 2006-2010: 6th Framework project: MYCRO-DYN - The competitiveness of firms, regions and industries in the knowledge-based economy: What room for job-rich growth in Europe? Coordinator: Michael Landesmann, Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (WIIW).
  • (Recent projects)
  • 2008-2012: 7th Framework project: Marie Curie Actions—Networks for Initial Training (ITN) - GIST—Globalization, Investment, and Services Trade. Coordinator: Centre for Economic Performance and Research (CEPR).
  • (Recent projects)
  • 2006-2008: 6th Framework project: DYNREG - Dynamic Regions in a Knowledge – Driven Global Economy: Lessons and Policy Implications for the EU. Coordinator: Gillian Davidson, Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).
  • (Recent projects)
  • 2005-2007: 6th Framework project: U-KNOW - Understanding the relationship between Knowledge and Competitiveness in the enlarging European Union. Coordinator: Johannes Stephan, Institute for Economic Research Halle (IWH).
  • (Recent projects)
  • 2005-2006: Global Development Network project: The Effects of Trade Liberalization on Trade Flows and Firms’ Performance in South Eastern Europe, WIIW – The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies
  • (Recent projects)
  • 2002-2003: Global Development Network project: Case-by-case versus mass privatization in transition economies: Owner and seller effects on performance of firms in Slovenia; CERGE-EI Foundation.
  • (Recent projects)
  • 2003-2005: 5th Framework project: COMPPRESS - Competitive pressure and its social consequences in EU member states and in associated countries; WP1 Competitive pressure in corporate sector, its institutional aspects and relevant policies; WP2 Cross-border capital movement and domestic spillovers of FDI. Coordinator: Laszlo Halpern, Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
  • (Recent projects)
  • Damijan, P.J, M. Mrak (2005), Trade Reintegration of Southeast Europe: The Role of Slovenia, Eastern European Economics, vol. 43 (2): 25-56.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Bovha-Padilla, S., J.P. Damijan and J. Konings (2009), Financial Constraints and the Cyclicality of R&D Investment: Evidence from Slovenia, LICOS Discussion Paper No. 239/2009.
  • (Recent working papers)
  • Altzinger, W. and J.P. Damijan (2009), Revisiting Ricardo: Can productivity differences explain the pattern of trade between EU countries? LICOS Discussion Paper No. 235/2009.
  • (Recent working papers)
  • Damijan, J.P., Č. Kostevc, M. Rojec (2009), Does Innovation Help the Good or the Poor Performing Firms? LICOS Discussion Paper No. 230/2009.
  • (Recent working papers)
  • Damijan, J.P., Č. Kostevc (2008), Trade liberalization and economic geography in transition countries: Can FDI explain the adjustment pattern of regional wages? LICOS Discussion Paper No. 222/2009.
  • (Recent working papers)
  • Damijan, P.J., M. Rojec (2007), EU market access and growing export performance of transition countries. South Eastern European Journal of Economics and Business, 2, November: 31-42.
  • (Recent papers)
  • Damijan, J.P., B. Majcen, M. Knell, M. Rojec (2008), Impact of Firm Heterogeneity on Direct and Spillover Effects of FDI: Micro Evidence from Ten Transition Countries, LICOS Discussion paper No. 218/2008.
  • (Recent working papers)
  • Full Bibliography of Published Articles (COBISS)
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