VELJKO M. MIJUŠKOVIĆ, PhD
Phone:+381 11 3021 166
Consultation:Wednesday 2 PM- 4 PM
PhD degree- 2017, Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University
MSc degree- 2010, Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University
BSc degree- 2009, Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University
Awards, grants, certificates, memberships, corporate/public service
Student vice-dean in two turns, from 2007 until 2009 at the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University. Winner of numerous domestic and international scholarships, awards and prestigious grants for the achieved successful results during all three levels of study at the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University, but also during career path, out of which the most important are: The award of the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University for the best student of the 4th year of undergraduate studies, course program: marketing (2008); The award of the Cabinet of the President of the Republic of Serbia, program: 1000 young leaders (2009); The scholarship of the Business club “Privrednik” (2008 and 2009); The scholarship of the Foundation for the development of scientific and artistic youth (2009 and 2010); Young talents Foundation scholarship (2009 and 2010); Sasakawa Tokyo Committee Foundation scholarship (2014); CEEPUS teacher mobility scholarship (2018, 2019 and 2020); ERASMUS + teacher mobility scholarship (2018, 2019 and 2020).
Member of the Economic-business Forum of European Movement in Serbia, Serbian Marketing association, Serbian Association of Appraisers, and Serbian Scientific association of Economists. Member of the editorial board of the journals 1. Ekonomika Preduzeća, 2. Eurasian Journal of Business and Management, 3. Journal of Business Paradigms, 4. Nauki Ekonomiczne- Economic Notes, 5. Business Excellence. Participant/project leader in a greater number of projects of national interest, mainly connected with public sector companies from Serbia and Montenegro. Also present as a participant in international projects (IPA, REBIS studies). Lecturer and translator for English and Spanish, for which he holds the certificates of proficiency (International level C2).
An active member of CEEPUS/ERASMUS + teacher mobility programs as of the school year 2017/18. Up to now, has been a visiting professor in Croatia (Faculty of Economics and business, University of Zagreb; Faculty of tourism and hospitality management, University of Rijeka); Poland (State University of Applied sciences in Plock, Faculty of Economics); Germany (Berlin School of Economics and Law, Faculty of Economics).
Fields of teaching and research
Transport management, Logistics management, Supply chain management, Strategic management.
Marketing Logistics, Transport Economics, Strategic Management, International Logistics, Transport policy and development.
Mijušković, V. (2020). Model setting and segregating the reverse logistics process in “Integration of information flow for greening supply chain management”, co-author, Kolinski, A., Dujak, D., Golinska-Dawson, P., editors, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, ISBN: 978-3-030-24354-8, pp. 279-295
Mijušković, V. (2019). Managing the green supply chain and reverse logistics, monograph, Publishing center at the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University, ISBN 978-86-403-1580-7, p. 180 (in Serbian)
Mijušković, V. (2019). The analysis of market participants managing the reverse logistics flows and business operations, co-author, Poslovna Izvrsnost, Vol. 13, No. 1, UDK: 65.12.34:005, ISSN: 1846-3355, pp. 121-142.
Mijušković, V. (2018). Which factors drive the reverse logistics process in practice: Evidence from Serbia, co-author, Ekonomika preduzeća. No. 7-8, UDC 65, YU ISSN 0353-443 X, pp. 412-423.
Mijušković, V. (2018). The importance of specific entities of the reverse logistics process management on a global scale, co-author, International Scientific conference: Trade perspectives 2018- Contemporary aspects and role of international trade, Zagreb, ISBN: 978-953-346-071-0, pp. 253-266.
Mijušković, V. (2018). Situation analysis for managing R&D projects in Serbia, co-author, SYMOPIS 2018. Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University, ISBN: 978-86-403-1567-8, COBISS.SR-ID 269629708, pp. 90-95.
Mijušković, V. (2018). Segregating the main dimensions of the green supply chain, co-author, Ekonomske ideje i praksa. No. 29, September 2018, pp. 7-16.
Mijušković, V. (2018). The legislative settings for greening the supply chain: Evidence from USA, China, India and South Korea, co-author, 25th EBES International Conference, Berlin, pp. 1266-1276.
Mijušković, V. (2017). The role of lead time concept in managing the fashion supply chains, co-author, Ekonomske ideje i praksa. No. 22, December 2017 , pp. 41-54.
Mijušković, V. (2017). Regulatory framework for the development of the green supply chain, co-author, Ekonomika preduzeća. No. 3-4, UDC 65, YU ISSN 0353-443 X, pp. 264-274.
Mijušković, V.(2017). The Green Supply Chain Competitiveness: A Theoretical Framework, co-author, 22nd EBES International Conference, Rome, ISBN: 978-605-84468-9-2, pp. 850-859.
Mijušković, V. (2017). Specifics and importance of transport insurance in „Challenges and tendencies in contemporary insurance market“, co-author, (J. Kočović, B. Boričić, B. Jovanović Gavrilović, M. Balleer, editors), Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University, ISBN: 978-86-403-1522-7, pp. 219-231.
Mijušković, V. (2016). The role of LPI as an indicator of macroeconomic performance: position of Serbia, co-author, International Scientific Conference: Contemporary issues in economics, business and management, Faculty of Economics, University of Kragujevac, ISBIN: 978-86-6091-070-9, COBISS.SR-ID 228037132, pp. 113-120.
Mijušković, V. (2016). Key logistics location selection factors in retail business, co-author, Ekonomske ideje i praksa. Br. 22, Septembar 2016, pp. 57-70.
Mijušković, V. (2016). Procurement insourcing Vs. Procurement outsourcing: evidence from Serbia, co-author, Eurasian Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 4, No.4, Online ISSN: 2148-0206, pp. 34-45.
Mijušković, V. (2016). The segmentation and analysis of company procurement policies, co-author, 19th EBES International Conference, Istanbul, ISBN: 978-605-84468-5-4, pp. 675-687.
Mijušković, V. (2015). Nabavka i fizička distribucija (Procurement and physical distribution), co-author, secondary school textbook, Zavod za Udžbenike, Belgrade, p. 160. (in Serbian)
Mijušković, V. (2015). The analysis of demands for IMS in organizations dealing with passenger/freight road transport, co-author, in “Contemporary issues in economics, business and management- EBM 2014″ (Gordana Radosavljević editor), Faculty of Economics, University of Kragujevac, ISBN: 978-86-6091-049-5, COBISS.SR-ID 215316236, pp. 309-322.
Mijušković, V. (2015). The influence of legal and ethical procurement aspects on its adequate management, co-author, 16th EBES International Conference, Istanbul, ISBN: 978-605-84468-1-6, pp. 631-646.
Mijušković, V. (2015). The usage of logistic indices as indicators of macroeconomic performance and tendencies, co-author, in “New economic policy reform” (Richet, X., Hanić, H., Grubišić, Z. editors), Belgrade Banking Academy, Belgrade, ISBN: 978-86-7852-036-5, pp. 148-158.
Mijušković, V. (2014). The importance of intensifying brownfield investments for the improvement of the Serbian economy competitiveness, co-author, in „Contemporary management and marketing methods in improving competitiveness of companies in Serbia in the process of its integration in European Union“, N. Janićijević editor, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, ISBN: 978-86-403-1394-0, COBISS.SR-ID, pp. 235-251.
Mijušković, V. (2014). Managing the “green” supply chain-concept importance and Indian IT sector case study, co-author, Ekonomika preduzeća. No. 5-6, UDC 65, YU ISSN 0353-433 X, pp. 251-263
Mijušković, V. (2014). The implications of improving Pan-European corridors in Serbia on further development of national agriculture sector, co-author, 14th EBES International Conference, Barcelona, ISBN: 978-605-64002-8-5, pp. 1367-1377.
Mijušković, V. (2013). Comparative analysis of the telecommunication markets of Serbia and Montenegro, co-author, Ekonomske teme. Vol. 51, No.3, UDC 33(497.11), ISSN: 0353-8648, COBISS.SR-ID 1796094, pp. 525-540.
Mijušković, V. (2013). Healthcare and procurement management-issues within the Serbian market, co-author, in “Contemporary issues in economics, business and management- EBM 2012″ (Verica Babić editor), Faculty of Economics, University of Kragujevac, ISBN: 978-86-6091-042-6, COBISS.SR-ID 199898636, pp. 85-96.
Mijušković, V. (2012). Designing an efficient distribution supply chain network-important tool in hands of modern management, co-author, in „The role of contemporary management and marketing methods in companies in Serbia within the process of its integration to the European Union“, N. Janićijević editor, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, ISBN: 978-86-403-1259-2, COBISS.SR-ID 195212044, pp. 281-309.
Mijušković, V. (2012). Global Deregulation and Competition Trends in Telecommunication industry- the case of Serbia, co-author, 8th EBES International conference, Warsaw, ISBN 978-605-61069-7-2, pp. 28-47.
Mijušković, V. (2012). Strategic options for financing commercial airplane procurement-regional implications, co-author, in „From Global Crisis to Economic Growth Which Way to Take?“, (Stipe Lovreta, Mirjana Petković, Nebojša Janićijević, eds.), Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, ISBN: 978-86-403-1279-0, pp. 143-166.
Mijušković, V. (2012). The effects of Wholesale market non-existence in Serbian marketing channels., co-author, 3rd EMAC CEE Regional Conference: Marketing Theory Challenges in Emerging Societies, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, ISBN: 978-86-403-1240-0, COBISS.SR-ID 193143308, pp. 133-139.
Mijušković, V. (2011). Efficient procurement management as a source of competitive advantage in turbulent market conditions, co-author, EACES workshop: Market failures and the role of institutions, Miločer, Crna Gora, ISBN: 978-86-403-1166-3, COBISS.SR-ID 186216716, pp. 171-184.
Mijušković, V. (2011). Illiquidity issues in Serbian SME sector, co-author, International Scientific Conference: 2nd International Conference on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Eastern Mediterranean University, Nicosia, Cyprus, pp. 28-40.
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