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Assoc. Prof. Marina Stefanova, PhD has been member of the "Industrial Economics and Management" Department since the Autumn of 2020. She is a director of the Master's programme "Responsible and Sustainable Governance".


Positions in the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration:

  • Director of the master's Program Responsible and Sustainable Governance


Other roles at Sofia University:

  • Member of the Management Board of the Alumni Association of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Sofia University
  • Coordinator of the activities related to SU's membership in UN Global Compact and UN PRME


Lectures for bachelor and master students in:

  • Corporate sustainability and responsibility
  • Corporate development, merging and acquisitions
  • Good corporate governance


Main research interests: corporate sustainability and responsibility, sustainable leadership, sustainable supply chain management, economy of shared values


Membership in organizations:


Other projects and activities:



Еmail: mstefanova@feb.uni-sofia.bg

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  • Member of the Consultative Council on the European Green Deal at the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria
  • Member of the International Association for Energy Economics
  • Member of the Board of the National Committee of Bulgaria in the World Energy Council
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the Electric Vehicles Industry Cluster
  • Member of the Board of the Bulgarian Association for Asset and Facility Management and Maintenance
  • Member of the Board of the Alumni Club of the Faculty of Economics (2008-2009)
  • Chairman (2002-2004) of the Board of the Business Club
  • Main areas of interest. Economics and management in infrastructure, energy and utilities (utilities)


Lectures for master’s and PhD students on:

  • Regulated Services, Markets and Pricing
  • Energy balances
  • Infrastructure and Network Services Economics
  • Management of energy and utility companies