Researchers

Prof. Aleksandra Čavoški

Aleksandra is a Senior Researcher at GDP. Her research expertise lies in property rights, environmental law and EU law. She currently teaches at the Birmingham University Law School.

Prof. Tatjana Papić

Tatjana is a researcher and Programme Director of GDP. At GDP she researches topics that include the fields of her expertise – public international law, international organizations and human rights. She teaches at the Union University Belgrade Law School.

Dr. Jelena Jerinić

Jelena is a researcher at GDP. Her expertise lies in administrative law, local self-government development and policy development and coordination at the central and local level. She teaches at the Union University Belgrade Law School.

Dr. Mihajlo Babin

Mihajlo is a researcher at GDP. His fields of expertise include education policy, fiscal policy and public sector financing models. He teaches at the Singidunum University, Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration (FEFA). He is also a long-term consultant of the World Bank on education financing.

Dr. Miloš Erić

Miloš is Executive Director of GDP. He specializes in European integration, energy efficiency, public administration, development economics and education reforms. He is Assistant Professor at the Singidunum University, Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration (FEFA).

 

Affiliate Researchers

Prof. Marko Milanović

Marko is a lecturer at the University of Nottingham School of Law in the UK, with interests in public international law and human rights. He is also the Secretary-General of the European Society for International Law.

Helena Hiršenberger

Helena is a research associate at the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, and a PhD student in the field of Knowledge Management. Her fields of interest include educational policies and competitiveness of regions through coordinated higher education, research and business actions, as well as the coordination of development projects funded under Tempus, FP7/H2020 and Danube Strategy.