Nenad Apostoloski is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise Area. He is collaborating closely with Prof. Chiara Spina on different projects ranging from field experiments to the creation of instruments to measure entrepreneurial decision-making.
Nenad recently achieved his Ph.D. from the Central European University, and his unique background as an entrepreneur prior to embarking on his doctoral journey has strongly shaped his focus on entrepreneurial learning and decision-making for his dissertation. Although originally from Macedonia, Nenad has lived and worked in the United States and Germany over the past decades.
His experience and solutions delivery expertise in international development, management consulting, and adult learning helped him implement more than 100 projects funded by the EU, USAID, SIDA, UNDP, World Bank, and OSF. Outside of work, Nenad enjoys trying new cuisines and practicing his barista skills.