18th IES Summer School of Economics Finished
On Friday 17th July, 18th Summer School of Economics titled HOW TO DEAL WITH YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT – Danger of Losing (Another) Generation? has been finished in Belgrade.
In the period 13-17th July 2015, participants of the Summer School had opportunity to listen 12 90 minute lectures given by the eminent lecturers, representatives of the state institutions, NGOs, Academia and succesfull businessmen. This year's Summer School has been mainly focused on youth unemployment, active labour market measures, creation of good business environment and mindset as well as the current economic issues in Serbia and the Western Balkan region.
On July 6th 2015, agreement on cooperation with the Institute of Economic Sciences and the Faculty of Economics Subotica signed.
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.