Jelena Damnjanović

Professor of International Business

Major academic interests

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International economics

European Union

Transnational corporations and foreign direct investment

Globalisation

International trade and competition

Education

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Ph.D., International Economics
Graduate school of Business Studies, Belgrade, Serbia

2007

M.S., International Economics (Average: 95%)
University of Belgrade, Serbia

2005

B.A, International Economics (Four-year average: 98%)
University of Pristina, Serbia

1997

Experience

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Since 2006

Professor of international economics

Novi Sad Business School

Courses: international economics, trade management, international business

2014

Invited lecture

City University of Hong Kong

Transport Infrastructure in South-Eastern Europe: Challenges and Opportunities for China, ATTSS

2014

Lecturer

University of Geneva, Summer School

Understanding Global Governance

2013

Lecturer

International School of Florence

International Autumn School

2008

Appointed member of the Working Group

Ministry of Infrastructure, Republic of Serbia

Working Group to draft law on foreign investment projects

1998 - 2006

Assistant professor

Faculty of Economics, University of Pristina

Courses: International trade, International economics

Books

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International Economics
(Međunarodna ekonomija)

(2013) Novi Sad: Alfa graf

International Business
(Međunarodno poslovanje)

(2012) Novi Sad: Alfa graf

Trade management
(Trgovinski menadžment)

(2011) Novi Sad Business School

Serbia and Southeast Europe Free Trade Area
(Srbija i zona slobodne trgovine jugoistočne Evrope)

(2006) Pristina: University of Pristina

Articles

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What gained and lost Central and Eastern European countries in the European Union? (2018) (with M. Jovanović, and J. Njegić), Economia Internazionale/International Economics (forthcoming).

Euro-Asian overland transport links: prospects and challenges (2018) (with M. Jovanović, and J. Njegić), Handbook of International Trade and Transportation (eds B. Blonigen and W. Wilson). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (forthcoming).

Does economic transition have an end? (2015)(with M. Jovanovic), 25 Years after the Wall: How did the Fall of the Berlin Wall Change Our Lives? (eds N. Levrat, P. Cebulak and P. Byston). Geneva: University of Geneva and Forum Carolus, pp. 101-131.
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Saving multilateralism in a higgledy-piggledy trading system (with M. Jovanovic) Journal of Economic Integration, Vol. 30, No.1, March 2015. pp. 29-65
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European integration: back into the future (with M. Jovanovic), European Union Review, vol. 19, No. 1-2-3 March-November 2014, pp. 39-77.
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Ekonomski efekti proširenja Evropske unije na zemlje istočne Evrope u periodu 2000-2012 (2014) (sa M. Jovanović), Moguće strategije razvoja Srbije (urednik Č. Ocić) Beograd: Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti (SANU), str. 531-565.
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Economic effects of the European Union enlargement on the eastern member countries 2000-2012’ (with M. Jovanovic), Journal of Economic Integration, vol. 29, June 2014, pp. 210-243.
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Geopolitics of the European Union: Are steps backward the way forward? (With M. Jovanovic) Economia Internazionale/International Economics, vol. LXVI, November 2013, pp. 455-482. 
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Globalization (with M.Jovanovic), The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management, Edited by David J. Teece and Mie Augier, Palgrave Macmillan Publishers Limited, 2013.

Budućnost evra i izazovi za zemlje Zapadnog Balkana(sa M.Jovanovic), Acta Economica, broj 26, str. 145-165, 2017.
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Awards

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Winner of the Royal Norwegian Award for the highest academic achievements

2000

Awarded as the best student in generation
University of Pristina, Serbia

1997

Winner of several literary awards during primary and secondary education

Contact me

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Jelena Damnjanović

Novi Sad Business School
Visoka poslovna škola Novi Sad
Vladimira Perića-Valtera 4
21000 Novi Sad
Serbia
Phone: +381 21 485 4004
Email: jelenaschoolofbusiness@gmail.com

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