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PhD student – 2013 – , Department for Statistics, Faculty of Economics University of Belgrade, research area- Labour market, average 10

Маster’s degree – 2011-2013, The International Masters in Quantitative Finance (IMQF), Faculty of Economics University of Belgrade, average 9.11

Diploma – 2006-2010, Department for Statistics, Informatics and Quantitative Finance, Faculty of Economics University of Belgrade, average 9.43

Awards, grants, certificates, memberships, corporate / public service

Best student award for PhD studies, Department for Statistics, with the average grade of all passed exams 10, Program for supporting scientific work, Foundation prof Ljubica Škare Vidojević, PhD and Obrad Vidojević, PhD, March 2015

Third place as a team member at Hungarian Local Round CFA Challenge Research Program in Budapest, January 2012

Ministry of Youth and Sport – “1,000 best students in Serbia”, 2009/2010

Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, 2007/2008, 2008/2009

Fields of teaching and research

Statistics, Labour market (macro and micro approach)

Courses taught

Undergraduate– Economic statistics

Key references (publications and projects)

Anić A., Malović, M., and V. Mišić, (2015), “Macroeconomic Environment and NPLs – Evidence from Serbia and the Czech Republic”,  Teme -year XXXIX, Vol.1, January – March 2015, University of Niš, Niš, 175-190

Anić, A. and Z. Mladenović, (2014), „Econometric Modeling of Unemployment in Serbia“, YUJOR, Volume 24, No. 3

Comparative Regional Study on the Potential Impact on Economic Growth and Credit Availability from Strengthening the Legal and Regulatory Framework for Nonbank Financial Institutions in the Balkans, supported by USAID, September 2014 – January 2015

Migration as social protection: Analysis of Macedonian, Albanian and Serbian, remittances receiving households, supported by RRPP, 2014-2016

Member of editorial board of Quarterly Monitor, 2015-

Unemployment trap indicator – secondary analysis of Survey on Income and Living Conditions (SILC) data, supported by SIPRU and UNDP, July 2015