Vuk Vuković, MSc

Departments: Master of Arts in Economics

Vuk Vuković, MSc

Curriculum Vitae

Vuk Vuković is a lecturer and research fellow at the Department of Economics of the Zagreb School of Economics and Management, where he teaches Political Economy, Principles of Economics, International Economics, and Public Finance. He is also the academic secretary of the ZSEM Master of Arts in Economics program. He received his Master of Science degree from the London School of Economics in the field of political economy, and has received a BA in Economics from the University of Zagreb, from which he graduated magna cum laude. During his studies he attended summer schools at the University of California at Berkeley and at Harvard University. He was also a visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge, Clare College during the summer of 2013. Previous to ZSEM he worked in London for the British Chambers of Commerce. He is also a research fellow for the Adam Smith Institute in London, and periodically writes articles and op-eds for a number of foreign and domestic newspapers and think tanks (such as Vox EU, Oxford University Press blog, Adam Smith Institute, Institute of Economic Affairs, Centre for Policy Studies, and all the major domestic newspapers and portals like Jutarnji list, Večernji list, Index, Banka, etc.), and is working on a number of other forthcoming publications. He writes a daily blog on economics. His research interests include political economy (public choice theory), new institutional economics, and economic history.

 

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