Last november 25th, the President of the Republic of North Macedonia, Stevo Pendarovski, awarded the prize "Successful Youth" to 8 young researchers,as part of the project launched to encourage scientific and research work of young people in the country.
This recognition is intended to to value the efforts and knowledge of young people and to open new perspectives for their professional future.
On this occasion, Viktor Stojkoski, post-doc at the Center for Collective Learning (ANITI) has received awards for his research contributions to quantitative economics.
Viktor Stojkoski, obtained a Ph.D. in computer sciencefrom Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in SkopjeR. Macedonia in 2020. Since January 2022 he has been a Post-doctoral researcher at the Center for Collective Learning ((ANITI). Besides this, Viktor is also a teaching and research assistant at the department of Mathematics and Statistics at the Faculty of Economics in Skopje. His research interest is in economic complexity, and most recently he co authored the paper Multidimensional Economic Complexity: How the Geography of Trade, Technology, and Research Explain Inclusive Green Growth together with Philipp Koch (a PhD student at ANITI) and their advisor Cesar A. Hidalgo.