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Zhelev, Paskal and Tzanov, Tzvetomir (2012): Bulgaria's export competitiveness before and after EU accession. Published in: EAST-WEST Journal of ECONOMICS and BUSINESS , Vol. XV, No. 1&2 (2012): pp. 107-128.

22 June 2018

Zhelev, Paskal (2018): Bulgarian-Chinese economic relations in the context of 16+1 Cooperation. Published in: China-CEE Institute Working Paper No. 24 (22 June 2018): pp. 1-18.

December 2018

Hadjinikolov, Dimitar and Zhelev, Paskal (2018): Expected Impact of EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement on Bulgaria’s Exports. Published in: Economic Alternatives No. 4 (December 2018): pp. 467-479.


Zhelev, Paskal (2019): Enhancing Export Diversification in Resource-Rich Economies – Policies and Evidence from Kazakhstan. Published in: SHS Web of Conferences 71, 01002 (2019) , Vol. 71, (November 2019): pp. 1-5.


Zhelev, Paskal (2021): Competitiveness of the Textile and Clothing Industry in Bulgaria after the European Union Accession and in Times of COVID-19 Pandemic. Published in: Trakia Journal of Sciences , Vol. 19, No. 1 (2021): pp. 89-98.

March 2021

Zhelev, Paskal (2021): Building a Closer Black Sea: Promoting Trade and Economic Interdependence. Published in: Frontier Europe Initiative (30 August 2021): pp. 1-21.


Stefanova, Boyka and Zhelev, Paskal (2022): Revisiting China’s market economy status: state capitalism within the WTO liberal trading system. Published in: Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies , Vol. 14, No. 2 (1 September 2022): pp. 94-111.

20 September 2022

Zhelev, Paskal (2022): The Foreign Exchange Policy of China – Is the Country a “Currency Manipulator”? Published in: UNWE Monetary Research Center Conference Papers No. 8th annual monetary and economic scientific conference (2022): pp. 1-13.

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