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LUKIC Velimir, MSc, Teaching Assistant

Date and place of birth:

  • January 30, 1981 , Sarajevo , Bosnia and Herzegovina .

Fields of interest:

  • Finance, Monetary Economics, Banking.

Degrees or Diplomas obtained:

  • Bachelor of Science in Finance, Banking and Insurance; Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade ; 2003.
  • Master of Science in Economics and Finance , Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade ; 2007.

Professional experience:

  • Teaching Assistant Trainee (2004-2007) ; Department of Finance, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade . Courses: 1. Monetary Economics, 2. Banking Business.
  • Teaching assistant (2008-present) ; Department of Finance, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade . Courses: 1. Monetary Economics, 2. Banking Business.
  • Researcher (2006-2010) ; Project: "Development of institutions and instruments of financial and mortgage markets in Serbia " supported by Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Serbia (besides researching activities acting as secretary of the project).
  • Researcher (2011-present) ; Project: "Risks of financial institutions and markets in Serbia – microeconomic and macroeconomic approach" supported by Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Serbia .

International Program:

  • Junior Faculty Development Program ; Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State. Host University : Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh . The aim of the Program is to provide young faculty with training in their academic fields; January/May 2007.

Scholarships/Grants:

  • Government of Republic of Serbia , as one of the best students of the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade ; 2002.
  • Milivoje Jovanovic and Luka Celovic ” Endowment ; 2003.
  • Junior Faculty Development Program Grant , Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State; 2007.

Internships:

  • National Bank of Serbia Practice ; External Relations Sector : focus primarily on relations with international financial organisations (IMF, IBRD, EBRD), and issues concerning exchange rate policy, foreign investments in banking sector and external debt (especially included negotiations with foreign creditors); July/August 2003.
  • Center for Democracy Foundation ; “ Student parliamentary practice” : Researched practical and legislative aspects of the current economic issues in the country, through the work in the Committees of the Parliament of Serbia and Montenegro, talks with members of Parliament, working visits to Ministries of Government; May/June 2003.

Training:

  • Two-weeks training “ Academic Teaching Competence Development ” organized by Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade . It was intended to improve application of teaching methods together with enhancing communications with students ; 2005.
  • The course “ Understanding Derivatives ” which held prof. Jaksa Cvitanic from California Institute of Technology through Dubrovnik Lectures in Banking and Finance Program (registered as Chartered Financial Analyst - CFA seminar program) ; 2007.

Other:

  • Lecturer on Course for Licensing of Brokers and Dealers realized by Republic of Serbia Securities Commission ; as of 2008-present.
  • Member of the Council of the Faculty Economics, University of Belgrade ; 2006/2009.
  • Lecturer and moderator on “International Student Week in Belgrade 2009” : students from all parts of Europe gathered in Belgrade to participate various educational activities - interactive workshops, lectures, panel discussions; August 2009.
  • Certificate of Merit for participation in the “Balkan Case Challenge” : competition that gathers students from South-East Europe; November 2002.

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Book:

  • Lukic, V. (2008): New approach in managing and measuring credit risk for financial industry , Belgrade: Faculty of Economics Publishing Center, University of Belgrade ISBN 976-86-403-0937-0 (in Serbian language).

Published articles:

  • Lukic, V. and Popovic S. (2005): “The Financing Programme for Agro-Rural Development in Serbia” , in Zorka Zakic and Gojko Rikalovic (eds), The Institutional Reforms and Transition of Agriculture in Serbia, Volume 4 , University of Belgrade, ISBN: 86-403-0748-2 , pp. 197-214.
  • Lukic, V. (2006): “Banking sector in eurozone – on the road to integration” , The Proceeding of XXXIII Symposium o n operational researches , University of Belgrade, ISBN: 86-82183-07-2, September 2006. pp. 193-196.
  • Luki c, V. and Popovic S. (2009): “ The Bust in Mortgage Market, Global Recession and Policy Answers ”, in: The Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference “The Challenges of World Economic Crisis” , Faculty of Economics, University of Niš, ISBN: 978-86-85099-98-4, October 2009. pp. 477-488 .
  • Popovic, S. and Luki c, V. (2009): “Central Banks ' Policy and Financial Crisis”, in: The Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference “The Challenges of World Economic Crisis” , Faculty of Economics, University of Niš, ISBN: 978-86-85099-98-4, October 2009, pp. 533-540.
  • Lukic, V. (2010): “ The Soundness of Banking Systems in South-Eastern Europe in the Light of Global Financial Disturbance ”, in: The Electronic Proceedings of the International Conference "Economic Development Perspectives of SEE Region in the Global Recession Context" (full papers presented at the Conference), School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo, ISBN: 978-9958-25-046-0. COBISS.BH-ID 18370310, October 2010. pp. 1-16.
  • Luki c, V. (2010): “ From financial crisis to the real sector crisis or in reverse order ”, in: The Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference The Challenges of Economic Science and Practice in the 21st Century , Faculty of Economics, University of Niš, October 2010. pp. 1-14.
  • Luki c, V. and Popovic S. (2010): “ The Assessment of Banking Sector Performance in Current Economic Crisis: Success or Failure ”, in: The Proceedings of the International Conference “The Challenges to Economic Theory and Policy in the Aftermath of the Global Economic Crisis” , Faculty of Economics Skopje, University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, ISBN: 978-608-212-016-4, November 2010. pp. 203-219 .

Office:

715

Telephone:

3021153

Consultation time:

Wednesday 14.30 - 16.30
Friday 15.00 - 17.00

E-mail:

velimir@ekof.bg.ac.rs

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