ALEKSANDRA NOJKOVIC PhD
Phone:+381 11 3021250
PhD – 2007, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade
Master’s degree – 2004, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade
Diploma – 1999, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade
Awards, grants, certificates, memberships, corporate / public service
Membership in Serbian Scientific Society of Economics. Referee in Panoeconomicus and Economic Annals (2011 onward).
Fields of teaching and research
Applied Econometrics, Applied Time Series Analysis, Micro-econometric and Macro-econometric Modelling
Econometric Time-series Analysis, Econometrics, Basics of Econometrics, Cross-section and Panel Data Econometrics, Econometrics Methods and Models, Applied Time Series Analysis
Key references (publications and projects)
“Monetary policy rule in inflation targeting emerging European countries: A discrete choice approach”, Journal of Policy Modeling, Volume 37(4), 2015, pp. 577-595 (with P. Petrović)
“Growth and Industrial Policy during Transition”, Economic Annals, Volume LIX (201), 2014, pp.7-34 (with B. Cerović and M. Uvalić).
Applied Time Series Analysis, Faculty of Economics, Belgrade, textbook, 2012 (coauthor Z. Mladenovic).
Book of Problems in Econometrics, Faculty of Economics, Belgrade, workbook, 2011 (coauthor Z. Mladenovic).
Structural Fiscal Deficit and Dynamics of Public Debt in Serbia (editor M. Arsic), Faculty of Economics, CID, Belgrade, monograph 2012 (coauthor).
Position of the Most Vulnerable Population on the Labour Market in Serbia (editor G. Krstic), UNDP Serbia, Belgrade, monograph 2010 (coauthor).
Macroeconometric Modeling of Serbian Economy: Theory and Empirical Results, CESMECON, Belgrade, monograph 2010 (coauthors: M. Arsic, Z. Mladenovic and P. Petrovic).
“Inflation Persistence in Central and Southeastern Europe: Evidence from Univariate and
Structural Time Series Approaches”, Panoeconomicus, Volume 59(2), 2012, pp. 235-266 (coauthor Z. Mladenovic).
“Inflation Triggers in Transition Economies: Their Evolution and Specific Features”, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Volume 47(5), 2011, pp. 101-124 (coauthor Z. Mladenovic and P.Petrovic)
“Transition and Growth: Some Unexpected Outcomes”, Economic Annals, Volume LIV, No. 183, 2009, pp. 7-31 (coauthor B. Cerovic).
“Qualitative Response Models: Review of Methodology and Empirical Applications“, Economic Annals, No. 172, 2007, pp. 55-92.
“Modeling Adjustments of the Monetary Instruments by Central Bank: A Nonatstionary Discrete Approach”, Papers and Proceedings of the XXXIV Symposium on Operations Research (SYM-OP-IS 2007; editors: M. Cangalovic and M. Suknovic), Zlatibor, 2007, pp. 121-124.