prof. dr. Andreja Jaklič

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  • prof. dr. Andreja Jaklič, visokošolska učiteljica
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    Sodelovanje pri predmetih:

    Dodiplomski študij
    EU v svetovnem gospodarstvu
    Mednarodni ekonomski odnosi
    Politika mednarodnega poslovanja

    Podiplomski študij
    Magistrsko delo - EVR-ŠT
    Politika evropskih integracij
    Raziskovalni seminar iz Evropskih študij
    Ekspertna področja:

    Mednarodna menjava

    Mednarodna trgovina

    Tuje neposredne investicije

    Multinacionalna podjetja  


    Strategije internacionalizacije, učinki internacionalizacije 

    Zunanjetrgovinska politika

    Politike spodbujanja konkurenčnosti

  • A short biography:

    Andreja Jaklič is Professor and research fellow at the Centre of International Relations at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. She holds a PhD in International Economics (2004, University of Ljubljana) and her research spans across three disciplinary areas, including International Business, International Economics, and European studies (EU in a global economy). Her main research interests are on internationalization, export, foreign direct investment, foreign entry strategy, multinational enterprises, particularly multinational enterprises from former transition economies and their effects on competitiveness, growth, productivity, and innovation. She earns her experience from several academic and applied international research projects (European framework programmes, COST Action programme and regional projects, business intelligence projects and workshops, consultancy to international organizations (such as European commission, UNCTAD and the OECD), as well as to national governmental agencies and business. She was a visiting professor and researcher in Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (Austria), Helsinki Centre for Markets in Transition (Finland) and lectured also in Corvinus University (Budapest; Hungary); Trento University (Italy), Politechnica di Milano (Italy) and Hubei University in Wuhan (China). Her publications include Enhanced Transition through Outward Internationalization: Outward FDI by Slovenian Firms (Ashgate Publishing, 2003), several chapters in volumes published by Routledge, Edward Elgar, Palgrave Macmillan, and Ashgate, among others; and articles in Journal of World Business, Transnational Corporations, The Services Industries Journal, Eastern European Economies and Post-Communist Economies. She is a co-founder and executive borad member of Academy of International Business Central and Easter European Chapter (AIB – CEEC) and serves as board member of European Academy of International Business (EIBA).

    Research Projects

    2014-2016 :Position of Slovenia and Slovenian enterprises in Global Value Chains; Slovenian Research Agency

    2010-2013: COST (ISI 90519) Action project The Emergence of Southern Multinationals and their Impact on Europe

    2011-2014: Determinants of foreign direct investment in and from Slovenia and identification of economic policy measures for fostering inward and outward internationalisation of Slovenia (Ministry of Economy, Slovenia)

    2010-2012: Evaluating anti-crisis measures (Ministry of Economy)

    2010 – 2012: Evaluation of policy measures for promoting competitiveness and entrepreneurship in Slovenian economy in 2004-2009 (Ministry of Economy) PROJECT LEADER

    2008-2011: ServPPIN FP7- The contribution of public and private services to European growth and welfare, and the role of public-private innovation networks

    2007 – 2014: Emerging Market Global Players Project - University of Columbia - Columbia Program on International Investment.(identification and rankings of home-grown MNEs)

    2006- 2008: GDN- Regional Research Competition 2006. World bank. –Innovation cooperation and innovation activity; Firm level evidence from Slovenia.- PROJECT LEADER

    2005-2008: Global Governance, Regionalisation and Regulation: The Role of The EU. GARNET- EU Network of Excellence,

    2004- 2006 :Efficiency, competition and barriers in market services (within the projects Competitiveness of Slovenia, Ministry of Economy).

    2002-2005: Measuring direct and indirect effects of ICT to economic growth. Faculty of Social Sciences, Ministry of Science of the Republic of Slovenia,.  

    2001-2002: The emerging industrial architecture of the wider Europe: University College London.

    1998-2000: Small countries in the process of transformation of global economy. Faculty of Social Sciences.

    1998 – 2002: EU Phare ACE Project P98-1162-R: EU-integration-driven investment networking: 1997–1999Outward foreign direct investment of candidate countries.

    EU Phare ACE Project P97-80-73-R: Outward internationalisation facilitating transformation and EU accession; The Case of Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovenia.


    Honours and awards

      • Outstanding Paper Award at the AIB-CEE Conference ‘Boosting competitiveness of Central Europe through digital economy’ organized at the University of Economics in Prague 2016
    • National award for achievements in social sciences, (Agency for research, Slovenia) 2011
    • International Journal for Emerging markets, IJoEM Best Paper on Emerging Markets Award, 2011
    • Award for Best Ph.D. Thesis, 6th International Conference 'Enterprise in Transition', May, 2005
    • University award for special achievements of young professors, University of Lljubljana, 2002


  • Bibliography includes over 30 scientific articles, five co-authored monographs, over 30 book chapters, and over 60 contributions in conferences proceedings; available at COBISS

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    Selected publications:

    • DIKOVA, D. JAKLIČ, A. BURGER, A, KUNČIČ, A.. What is beneficial for first-time SME-exporters from a transition economy: a diversified or a focused export-strategy?. Journal of world business. 2016,. 51,. 2, 185-199.
    • JAKLIČ, A., DAMIJAN, J., ROJEC, M., KUNČIČ, A. Relevance of innovation cooperation for firms' innovation activity: the case of Slovenia. Ekonomska istraživanja, 2014,. 27, 1,. 645-661.
    • JAKLIČ, A. Double diversification and the "quicksilver enterprise": new patterns of internationalization. EIBAzine, ISSN 2222-4785,. 2012, no. 11, str. 10-14
    • JAKLIČ, A., ĆIRJAKOVIĆ, J., CHIDLOW, A.: Exploring the effects of international sourcing on manufacturing versus service firms. The Service industries journal, 2012,. 32, 7,. 1193-1207.
    • JAKLIČ, A., SVETLIČIČ, M. Unknown multinationals; the case of Slovenia. V: Best practices in promoting investment for development. OECD, 2008.
    • JAKLIČ, A.. Slovenia: outward FDI and its policy context, 2011. In.: SAUVANT, Karl P. , MALLAMPALLY, P., MCALLISTER, G.(ed.). Inward and outward FDI country profiles, (Columbia FDI profiles, ISSN 2159-2268). 2nd ed. New York: Vale Columbia Center, 2013
    • JAKLIČ, A., SVETLIČIČ, M.. Unknown multinational enterprises: top MNEs from Slovenia. In: SAUVANT, K.(ed.). Foreign direct investments from emerging markets: the challenges ahead. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010,. 197-226.
    • JAKLIČ, A., SVETLIČIČ, M.. Enhanced transition through outward internationalization: outward FDI by Slovenian firms, (Transition and development). Aldershot; Burlington (VT): Ashgate, 2003

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