Born in Belgrade in 1955 where he finished elementary and high school. Graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade in 1978. Got an MSc degree in 1981, and a PhD degree in 1986. In 1987, granted a post-doctoral fellowship at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany.
Previous positions: Belgrade Faculty of Economics, Teaching Assistant Trainee, (1978-1981), Teaching Assistant (1981-1987), Assistant Professor (1987-1993), Associate Professor (1993- ).
Professional improvement and advanced training: The London School of Economics and Political Science (1982).
Exchange Visitor Programmes: SUNY - Albany (1987), Fullbright Commission Fellowship (1991), Universita Degli Studi di Venezia visiting professor (1996), Salzburg Seminar Fellow.
Teaching commitments: Belgrade Faculty of Economics, undergraduate studies, subjects - Planning and company development policy and Project management; postgraduate studies, Management master course, subject – Restructuring; specialist studies, subjects - Privatisation and New tendencies in management. Also taught at the Faculties of Economics in Uzice and Sabac.
1. Programming and control of R&D projects, Faculty of Economics, Belgrade, 1989, Pp. 300.
2. Management through projects, Deloitte & Touche, Belgrade, 1996, Pp. 440.
3. Strategic management, co-author with J. Todorovic and S. Janosevic, Institute for Market Research (I@IT) Belgrade, 1997, Pp. 628.
4. Privatisation: necessity or freedom of choice, (ed. with M. Zec, B. Mijatovic and N. Savic), Jugoslovenska knjiga, Belgrade, 1995, Pp. 500.
5. Banks and companies in transition, (ed. with S. Dabic), Serbian Association of Economists, 3rd Symposium in Nis, Nis, 1996, Pp. 198.
6. Company and bank transformation: a major economic challenge, (ed. with S. Dabic), Serbian Association of Economists, 4th Symposium in Nis, Nis, 1997, Pp. 220.