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Mihail Arandarenko

In Which Direction Is The Serbian Labour Market Changing?

The Problem Isn’t That People Are Leaving. The Problem Is That They Have No Reason To Return

Major changes have hit the Serbian labour market, which can be seen in the shortage of personnel for...

Mihail Arandarenko Ph.D., Professor, Faculty Of Economics, University Of Belgrade

Circular Migrations Are Our Reality

People are increasingly leaving Serbia, but they are spending much less time abroad. Temporary work abroad is a...

Mihail Arandarenko, Ph.D. Professor, Faculty Of Economics, University Of Belgrade

Stimulus Package Or Relief Aid?

As a response to the crisis caused by the pandemic, Serbia last year allocated as much as 12.7%...

Brain Drain Vs. Brain Circulation

Million Dollar Question

Do people just leave Serbia or do they also return? What policies are available to the government in...

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Picasso’s Masterwork Of Lover And Muse Shines At Sotheby’s $408m Evening Sale

Following the Macklowe Collection’s white-glove sale, the Modern Evening Auction saw glittering results at Sotheby’s New York. Amongst 58...

UN Calls For Renewable Energy Push Following Damning Climate Report

UN chief Antonio Guterres has called for more investment in renewable energy and an end to the millions of...

US And Global Banks Unveil Multi-billion Dollar Plan To Address Worldwide Food Crisis

The U.S., several global development banks and other groups unveiled a multi-billion dollar plan Wednesday meant to address a...

EU Commission Proposal Suggests Mandatory Solar Rooftops

The EU wants to increase its solar generation capacity in response to the invasion of Ukraine. The European Commission has...

Quarter Of Britons Resort To Skipping Meals

A quarter of Britons have resorted to skipping meals as inflationary pressures and a worsening food crisis conflate in...