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Ksente Mele Bogoev, Macedonian scientific research organization executive. Decorated Order of Labour with red flag, Order of Merit with golden star, Order of Republics with golden wreath (Yugoslavia), cavaliere di gran croce nell Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana, grand officer Ordre de Leopold (Belgium); recipient national science award 11 October, Parliament of Macdeonia, 1965; grantee Ford Foundation, United States, 1963-1964.


Bogoev, Ksente Mele was born on October 20, 1919 in Leunovo, Gostivar, Macedonia. Son of Mele Lazarov and Fimia Noveva (Jakovleva) Bogoev.


Degree in economics, University Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1951. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1962. Doctorate (honorary), Martin Luther University, Halle, Germany, 1976.


Director Institute Economics, Skopje, Macedonia, 1945-1947. Vice minister Macedonian Ministry of Finance, 1945-1952. Professor economics University Skopje, 1952-1985, vice dean faculty economics, 1953-1954, dean, 1960-1963, rector university, 1965-1968.

President Government of Macedonia, Skopje, 1968-1974. Academician Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, since 1974, president, 1992—1999. Advisor permanent Yugoslav delegate to Organization of European Cooperation and Development, Paris, 1955-1957.

Member Presidium of Macedonia, 1974-1977. Board governors National Bank Yugoslovia, Belgrade, 1977-1981.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Local Finances in Yugoslavia, 1964, Fiscal Policy, 1964, Finances and Budget, 1975, Coordination of Public Finances, 1976, Theory a Praxis of Regional Development in Yugoslavia, 1977, System of Public Finances in Yugoslavia, 1984, International Monetary and Financial System Reforms: Urgent and Fundamental Needs, 1985, Balance of Payments Adjustment in Yugoslavia, 1986, Foreign Debts in Developing Countries, 1986, Fiscal Harmonization and Fiscal Federalism, 1987, Study on Fiscal Policy, 1988, Taxation System of the Republic of Macedonia, 1994, Perspectives of the Republic of Macedonia, 1996 Economic Transition: Concepts, Achievements, Problems, 1994, Ecology and Fiscal Measures, 1994, The Neoliberal Therory on Tax System Functions, 1995, Perspectives of the Republic of Macedonis-Actual Possibilities and Perspectives for the Economic Development of the Republic of Macedonia in the Period 1996-2010, 1996, Essential Issues and Challenges of Fiscal Policy, 1996, The Achieved and the Forthcoming in Transition, 1996, National Development Strategy for Macedonia: Development and Modernization, 1997, Thirty Years of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 1997, Consolidation of the Fiscal System of the Republic of Macedonia, 1998, Priorities and Dilemmas in Post-privatization years, 1998. Member editorial boards Economist, Stopanski pregled, Finansije, Ekonomska analiza, Finansiska praksa, until 1991.


Member International Institute Public Finance, Institute of Finance (collaborator), International Bankers Association, Association Yugoslav Economists (president 1964-1967), Academy Scientiarum et Artium Europeae, Union Yugoslav Universities (president 1966-1968).


Married Mileva Miceva, December 22, 1947. Children: Milco, Zarko.

Mele Lazarov Bogoev

Fimia Noveva (Jakovleva) Bogoev

Mileva Miceva

Milco Bogoev

Zarko Bogoev