Veljko M. Mijušković, MsC, was born on May 3rd 1985 in Užice (Serbia), where he finished elementary and secondary grammar school, with highest GPA. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade in 2009, major: Marketing, with GPA 9.42/10.00. Within the period from 2007 to 2009, in two turns, has was appointed student vice dean at the faculty. He finished his master studies and got the MsC degree in 2010, at the same faculty, major: trade- sales and supply chain management, GPA 10.00/10.00. At the end of 2010, he enrolled PhD studies at the same faculty, major: Business management. He has passed all exams with the GPA 9.78/10.00 and is currently engaged on his PhD thesis.
Veljko M. Mijušković has participated in a significant number of scientific national and international conferences. He is the author of one scientific monograph entitled Supply chain management- modern concepts and strategies, as well as a (co)author of numerous papers published in domestic and international journals. He is a member of the Economic-business Forum of European Movement in Serbia, Serbian Marketing association, Serbian Association of Appraisers, and associate-member of Serbian Scientific association of Economists. He is a member of the editorial board of the journal Enterprise Economics. The areas of professional interest are connected with logistics management, supply chain management, macro and micro enterprise restructuring and organizational positioning. He has participated in a greater number of projects of national interest, mainly connected to Public sector companies from Serbia and Montenegro. He is a lecturer and translator for English and Spanish, for which he holds the certificates of proficiency (International level C2). He has been employed since March 2010 at the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade, as a teaching assistant for the scientific area of business economics and management, subjects: Strategic management (II year of undergraduate studies) , Transport economics(III year of undergraduate studies) and Marketing Logistics (IV year of undergraduate studies).