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The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration carries out project activities in terms of the development of scientific research activities related to the implementation of scientific projects funded by the state budget. For the past 9 years, representatives of the faculty have been participating with their own projects in accordance with Regulation 9 on the conditions and procedure for planning, allocation and spending of funds earmarked from the state budget for scientific or artistic-creative activities inherent to state higher education institutions. The projects implemented at the faculty are related to the preparation of scientific publications, participation in international forums, partial funding of conferences, as well as projects in support of PhD students. Based on these projects, scientific publications have been developed and published in indexed databases such as Web of Science and Scopus.

In 2023 Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” and in particular the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration started its participation in the Sofia University Marking Momentum for Innovation and Technological Transfer (SUMMIT), which is funded by the National Recovery and Sustainability Plan under the call “Creating a network of research universities in Bulgaria”. The duration of the project is 42 months. The main areas are activity 3.3. and activity 3.4.

Activity 3.3 “International cooperation” provides financial support for short-term specializations of researchers abroad, participation in conferences, seminars, etc. (scientific or in the relevant industrial field), short-term visits for research purposes to laboratories, libraries and other infrastructural facilities, as well as organization of scientific conferences, seminars, schools, etc. with external participation. It is related to the implementation of research mobility of scientists working in strategic areas of the University under the SUMMIT project.

Activity 3.4. “Research with potential for innovation or knowledge transfer/intellectual property” is related to the development of two-year research projects that can lead to results necessary for knowledge and technology transfer through intellectual property protection or have the potential for innovation. The main expected outputs of the projects are scientific publications indexed in the Web of Science and/or international patents.








TWIN4ECO Project
CoDE Project
Adapting the labour market to socio-economic dynamics, technological modernisation, demographic change, and educational restructuring in the context of euro area membership