Faculty of Economics –
University of Belgrade
Kamenicka 6
11000 Belgrade Serbia
Tel + 381 11 3021 222
Fax + 381 11 2639 560

 

Contact: nicef@one.ekof.bg.ac.yu

Website:http://www.ekof.bg.ac.rs/

 
 
Faculty of Economics, Belgrade is educational and academic institution with a 70-year old tradition. It was founded in 1937 as the Advanced School of Economics and Trade and as the first higher education centre in the field of economics in the former Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Today, the School of Economics stands for the largest and the most prominent academic and educational institution in the country and the field of economic science. The Faculty employs 130 lecturers and associates, out of whom 53 are full-time professors.
 
Within the FOCUS BALKANS project and for all tasks in which BEL (Faculty of Economics - University of Belgrade) is involved, Faculty of Philosophy (Department for psychology, Cathedra for social psychology)  will be a third party.
 
 
 
 
 

Zaklina Stojanovic

 
Zaklina is associate professor of Agricultural economics, Financial Management in Agribusiness, Agricultural Policy, Rural Development and Development and Regional Economics in the Department for Economic Policy and Development (Faculty of Economics - University of Belgrade), a position she has held since 2008 (Lecturer at Belgrade University from 1996). Research interests: agricultural risk management, futures markets, agricultural finance, agricultural policy, rural development and agricultural transition. She published over 50 articles, contributed chapters in 5 books and in 8 national and 3 international research projects in the field of agricultural and rural economics.
 
 
 
 

Radmila Dragutinovic-Mitrovic

 
Radmila was employed as a researcher at the Centre for Economic Studies CES MECON in the period of 1994-1996. She has been teaching Basics of statistical analysis at undergraduate level at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Belgrade since 1996. Now, she is assistant professor at the subject Basics of statistical analysis at the Belgrade Faculty of Economics. Her main research areas are statistics and econometric analysis of panel data. She has taken part at domestic and international conferences, as well as in several international research projects , for instance, in 2001, 2002, and 2005 in projects of t he Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies-WIIW and GDN.




Galjina Ognjanov

 
Galjina has been assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics since 2005 at following courses: Marketing, Consumer behavior and Public relations. Research interests: integrated marketing communication, personal selling, business negotiations, developing marketing model and marketing communication for South East Europe. Other professional activities: Coordinator of the Marketing workshop at The Faculty of Economics in Belgrade. An associate of the Belgrade Open School. The Director of the G17 Institute Economic Policy Summer Courses.
 
 
 
 
 

Mirjana Gligoric

 
Since 2007, Mirjana has been working at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, as a teaching assistant, subject: National Economy. Also works as FREN (The Foundation for the Advancement of Economics)/CEVES (The Center for Advanced Economic Studies) researcher and an associate in the “Quarterly Monitor” (the FREN publication). Research interests: economic activity and development, the foreign trade, statistic and econometric analysis of the macroeconomic phenomena.
 
  
  
 

Iris Zezelj*

 

Iris has been lecturer at the Belgrade University – Faculty of Philosophy, Department of psychology, cathedra for Social Psychology since 2003. She teaches following courses: Socialization, Social Perception and Interaction, as well as Social Psychology I and II. An associate of the Belgrade Open School. Member of International society of political psychology. Fields of interest: attitude change, attitude- behavior relation studies, media and communications, social sciences research methodology.
 
 
 
  

Nebojsa Petrovic*

 
Associate professor at the Belgrade University – Faculty of Philosophy, Department of psychology, cathedra for Social Psychology. He teaches following courses: Socialization, Social Perception and Interaction, Political psychology and Peace psychology. Member of International society of political psychology, American psychological association (div 48) and Society for psychological study of social issues. Fields of interest: health psychology, political psychology, attitude-behavior relation studies, social sciences research methodology.