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Dejan Šoškić

Dejan Šoškić, Professor Of The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

We’re Living In Dangerous Times

With relatively high inflation persisting, interest rates rising and economic activity once again waning, Europe is perhaps at...

Dejan Šoškić, Ph.D. Economist, Regular Professor At The Faculty Of Economics, University Of Belgrade

Winter Of Great Discontent

I think the war in Ukraine will come to an end soon, as a result of the imbalance...

Is Inflation Our Destiny (Again)?

He Who Sows Incorrectly Has Small Hope Of A Bountiful Harvest

This time around, inflation didn’t occur as a result of the excessive printing of dinars, unlike many of...

Dejan Šoškić, University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

Not Everything Is In Others’ Hands – Some Things Are Also In Ours

A belated reaction, or the absence of a monetary policy reaction, can only lead to heightened inflation remaining...

Professor Dejan Šoškić, Ph.D., Faculty Of Economics, University Of Belgrade

Changing The Region From The Ground Up

The world has been changing rapidly over recent years, under the influence of pandemics, climate change, the development...

Dejan Šoškić, Economist

We Require Prudence & Ethics

The decline in GDP this year will not cause the country to lose its ability to regularly service...

Focus

The Liquidity of the Economy and Citizens is Key to a Rapid Post-crisis Recovery

Many economic experts are already predicting that the pandemic caused by the Corona virus will be a bigger...

Dejan Šoškić, Professor at the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade (EFB)

Real Measure of Serbia’s Success

It is true that Serbia recently borrowed on the external market at an extremely low-interest rate compared to...

Dejan Šoškić, Professor at the University of Belgrade

Banks Cannot Thrive In A Stagnant Economy

At the start of this decade, foreign banks were the biggest investors in Serbia, while today we are...

Professor Dejan Šoškić, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade

Reforms Have Begun – Toughest Yet to Come

Serbia made its last standby arrangement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in early 2015. With this programme our country committed to making significant progress in three important areas: (1) restoring the sustainability of public finances; (2) increasing the stability and resilience of the financial sector; and (3) implementing comprehensive structural reforms aimed at increasing employment and again achieving sustainable high economic growth.

News

Mickoski Proposes New Government for North Macedonia

Hristijan Mickoski, leader of VMRO-DPMNE and the designated Prime Minister of North Macedonia, has formally submitted his proposed cabinet...

King Frederick X Inaugurates First Section of Undersea Tunnel Connecting Denmark and Germany

King Frederick X of Denmark has inaugurated the first segment of the ambitious 18-kilometre Fehmarn Belt tunnel beneath the...

Belgrade Hotel Union Sold for €6.2 Million

Hotel Union, a historic landmark in Belgrade, has been sold for 727 million dinars (€6.2 million) at a public...

French Firms Suez and Vinci to Oversee Wastewater Treatment in Belgrade

The Serbian government has enlisted French companies Suez International SAS and Vinci Construction Grands Projets for the design, construction,...

Dušan Živković Named New CEO of Elektroprivreda Srbije

Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) has announced the appointment of Dušan Živković as its new Chief Executive Officer, following a decision...