Dr. Kaloyan Haralampiev, PhD, is associate professor of statistics and demography at the department of Sociology, Sofia University. Due to his vast experience in applied social science research, he is chairman of the board of an influential Bulgarian academic NGO Association for Social Investigations and Applied Research Practices. He is best known for his successful experiments in the use of quantitative methods in public policy monitoring and evaluation. Main fields of interest are probability theory, statistical methods, Bayesian statistics, statistical software and demography.
(2014) The Cooperation and Verification Mechanism: Shared Political Irresponsibility, Sofia: St. Kliment Ohridski University Press. Co-author with Georgi Dimitrov, Stoycho Stoychev and Linka Toneva-Metodieva.
(2012) ‘How to Model? Data Mining Concept and Tools’, International Conference Automatics and Informatics, Sofia, pp. 27-30.
(2012) Clusters of Capitalism. Typology and Dynamics of Capitalist Economies, Sofia: UNWE University Press. Co-edited with G. Naidenov, V. Prodanov and P. Pachkova.
(2012) Introduction to Basic Statistial Methods for Analysis, Sofia: Balloon.
(2012) ‘Evaluation of the Reliability of P. Lang’s Quality of Life Scale in Bulgaria‘, Bulgarian Medicine, 2(1-4): 21-24. Co-edited with Z. Arabadzhiev, H. Davidov and V. Bozhilov.
(2011) ‘Is it Possible a Proactive Institutional Policy to Stimulate Development of Academic Science? Several Methodological Experiments‘, Strategies for Policy in Science and Education 1: 78-104. Co-edited with G. Dimitrov.
(2010) ‘Kondratiev Waves in Central Europe – Value Indicators‘, Sociology 2: 48-66. Co-edited with G. Naidenov.