Professor Koveos is interested in exploring international financial market behavior, especially as it pertains to economic systems in transition. His current work is on the theory and practice of financial system reform. Much of his research is focused on Asia in general, and China and Shanghai in particular. Koveos is editor of the Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, housed in the Whitman School.
"Entrepreneurship and Sustainability: The Fight against Poverty," (forthcoming), Thunderbird International Business Review, with Zhang, Y.
"Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Markets," (forthcoming), QFinance, with Yourougou, P.
"Economic Developments Under Political and Economic Asymmetries: the Case of Shanghai and Taiwan," (2005) The Journal of Economic Asymmetries , Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 41-58, with Chen, C., and Zhang, Y.M.
"International Mergers and Acquisitions: A Review of Some Current Issues," Managerial Finance, 1997
"Uruguay Round: Background and Implications." Theoretical and Practical Problems in Management. Moscow, June, 1995Selected Publications
- "Economic developments under political and economic asymmetries: the case of Shanghai and Taiwan", The Journal of Economic Asymmetries , Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 41-58, 2005, (with Chen, C., and Zhang, Y.M.)
- "Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Markets", QFinance, forthcoming
- "Entrepreneurship and Sustainability: The Fight against Poverty ", Thunderbird International Business Review, forthcoming, (with Zhang, Y.)