Born in Belgrade on March 21, 1971. Graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade, in 1994. Got the MSc degree in June 1998 (MSc thesis: New Keynesians - theory and policy). Obtained the PhD degree in 2002, with the thesis "Development of economic thought on economic policy".
Research interests: macroeconomics, economic policy and history of economic thought.
Teaching commitments: Belgrade Faculty of Economics, subjects – Development and modern economic thought and Theory and analysis of economic policy
"Will the rules of the WTO broaden the gap between the most and least developed countries", 12th World Congress of IEA, Buenos Aires, 1999
"Hysteresis effect in economic theory and practice", co-author with B. Dimitrijevic, Ekonomski anali Vol. 143, 2000
"Possibilities of applying Lafer's curve in economic policy of FRY", Conference of Yugoslav economists, 2001
"Platon's contribution to the development of economic thought", Ekonomski anali, No 151-2, 2002
One Decade of Transition: Lessons and Recommendations, IRF South – East Europe Congress, Belgrade, 2002
"Challenges of economic policy for 2003", co-author with J. Galic, Conference of Scientific Association of Yugoslav Economist, Belgrade, 2002
"Harmonisation of FRY financial system", co-author with J. Galic, Conference of Yugoslav economists, Palic, 2002
"Possibilities of synthesis of alternative macroeconomic concepts", Ekonomski anali, September 2002 – June 2003
"Mercantile concept of interventionism", Ekonomska misao, 2003
"Improving a Business Environment in the Process of Transition of Serbia", co-author with J. Galic, 2 nd ASECU conference, Belgrade, 2003