Spomenica

NEMANJA VUKSANOVIC

Cabinet:709

Phone:+381 11 3021152

Consultation:

Email:vuksanovic@ekof.bg.ac.rs

Education

PhD –

Маster’s degree – 2015, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade

Diploma – 2013, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade

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

  • Prize Fund for Young Talents of the Republic of Serbia for achieved outstanding results in national and regional competitions for 2008
  • Prize Fund for Young Talents of the Republic of Serbia for achieved outstanding results in national and regional competitions for 2009
  • Scholarship of the City of Belgrade for talented students for 2012
  • Scholarship Fund for young talents for scholarships for the best students in their final year of undergraduate studies for 2012
  • Scholarship of the City of Belgrade for talented students for 2013
  • Scholarship Fund for young talents for scholarships for the best students in their final year of master academic studies for 2013

Fields of teaching and research

Economics of Education, Institutional Economics

Courses taught

Principles of Economics, Comparative Economic Systems, Markets and Market Institutions

Key references (publications and projects)

Publications:

  • Vuksanović, N., (2014), „Competitiveness of Serbia in light of the economic crisis.“, in Jovanović-Gavrilović, B., Žarković-Rakić, J. (Eds.), Reform and development, the results and the start of negotiations between Serbia and EU, 165-185, Scientific Society of Economists of Serbia and Faculty of Economics
  • Vuksanović, N., (2015), „Analysis and Evaluation of effect of peer impact on educational achievements: Empirical analysis for Serbia”, Master’s Thesis, Faculty of Economics
  • Vuksanovic, N., (2015), „The quality of education: notion, measurement and determinants“, Conference Proceedings, pp.606-632, EBES

Projects:

  • December 2013 – April 2014: „Global Competitiveness Index of Serbia – Data collection and research and analysis of objective factors and the perception of the business environment“, which was funded by the Fund for an Open Society

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