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GORANA KRSTIC PhD

Cabinet:625

Phone:+381 11 3021138

Consultation:

Email:gkrstic@ekof.bg.ac.rs

Education

Ph.D. – 2002, School of Social Sciences, University of Sussex

M.Sc. Statistics – 1996, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade

B.A. Economics – 1990, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade

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

Awards, grants: M.A. Course in Quantitative Methods and Macroeconomics: School of Social Sciences, University of Sussex, October-December 1996. British Council scholarship for Master‘s research, 1996; Won a few competitions for individual and institutional research (National Bank of Serbia, Vienna Institute for International Studies, UNDP, UN, USAID)

Memberships: Member of Scientific Association of Serbian Economists; Member of the Research Network on Social Cohesion in South Eastern Europe, European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science; Member of the Board of Directors of the Foundation for the Advancement of Economics (FREN)

Corporate / public service: Federal Statistics Office, Belgrade – Department of Time Series Analysis (Senior Adviser, 1994-2002; Adviser, 1991-1994)

Fields of teaching and research

Economic Statistics, Labour Markets, Informal Economy, Poverty and Social policy.

Courses taught

Undergraduate course: “Economic Statistics”; Graduate course: “Employment and Labour Market Policies” and “Industrial Relations and Labor Law”; Postgraduate course: “Statistics – Economic Statistics”

Key references (publications and projects)

Formalizing the Shadow Economy in Serbia, Policy Measures and Growth Effects (Co-editor and Co-author), Springer, 2015.

Income and Living Conditions in the Republic of Serbia – 2013. (Co-author), Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, Republic of Serbia, 2015.

Economic Statistics (with Dejan Šoškić), Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, 2014.

“Labour Force Flows and Informal Economy in Serbia”, International Conference From Global Crisis to Economic Growth. Which Way to Take?, The Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, September 2012. Volume 1, p.301-322.

“Earnings Inequality and the Informal Economy: Evidence from Serbia” (with Peter Sanfey), The Economics of Transition, Volume 19(1), 2011, pp. 179–199.

“Position of the Vulnerable Groups in the Labour Market in Serbia”, (Co-author and Editor Krstić, G), UNDP Serbia, 2010.

„Progress of the Realization of Millennium Development Goals in the Republic of Serbia“, (Co-author and Editor Krstić, G), Government of the Republic of Serbia and United Nations, 2009.

”Harmonization of the Economic Statistics in Serbia with the Standards of the European Union”, Proceedings from the Conference: European Union and Serbia – from Transition to Accession, Editors Arandarenko M. and Vujačić I., 2012, p. 187-197.

“In search of more and better jobs for young people of Serbia”, (with Valli Corbanese), Employment Policy Papers, International Labour Office, Employment Programme, Subregional Office for Central and Eastern Europe – Budapest, ILO 2009/1.

Living Standard Measurement Study: Serbia 2002-2007 (Co-author), RSO, World Bank and DFID, 2008.

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