Belgrade workshop - SEEDS project
The Belgrade workshop will be held in the Institute of Economic Sciences, between 13-15 October. The first training workshop will be a three-day introduction to the state-of-the-art in data archiving, It will target partners from Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, and Montenegro, but partners from Croatia and Serbia will attend as well, in order to reinforce their knowledge and to impart what they already know with the less experienced partners. Belgrade workshop will focus on the concepts and principles of archiving, following the OAIS model (Open Archival Information System). It will address how to run a data archive from a practical day-to-day perspective, with emphasis on data management and metadata creation. Another focus of the workshop will be on ethical issues and how to protect the confidentiality of respondents though anonymisation of data and a contractual system for data users. As a guest-expert Hilary Beedham form UKDA will join the workshop.
According to membership in ERENET (Entrepreneurship Research and Education Network of Central European Universities), IES researchers have the opportunity to participate in the realization of workshop titled "SME Clustering: How to find the right Business Partner / Improving the Business Environment for SMEs". Workshop will be held in the period from 7-10 October 2015, Crete - Greece.
Agreement on cooperation with SORS
On Septemebr 1st 2015, IES and Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia (SORS) signed an agreement on cooperation and data exchange.
Agreement on Cooperation
On July 6th 2015, agreement on cooperation with the Institute of Economic Sciences and the Faculty of Economics Subotica signed.
IES Became the Member of the SEA
The Serbian Association of Economists (SAE) is a non-governmental organization that brings together professional economists and aspires to promote the economics profession for the welfare of society as a whole. On April 9 2015 IES became the member of the SAE.
The National convent on the European Union (NCEU) is a platform that, in the name of the civil society, gathers the working groups that cover the whole negotiation process with the task to, by communicating directly with the national expert teams, assist and improve the national position in the negotiation process of Serbia's accession to the European Union, but also to protect public and general social interest, as well as to control the fulfillment of what we commit to the EU in the negotiation process. The managers of the NCEU working groups from IES are Marko Malović, PhD and Aleksandar Zdravkovic, MA.