Valentina Milosavljevic holds a PhD from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Nis, and a Master’s Degree from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Belgrade, both from the International Economy Department.
Valentina Milosavljevic is currently a professor at the College of Economics in Leposavić and at the College of Economics in Kraljevo. She has been lecturing at the Faculty of Economics in Nis, where she obtained training in the empirical tools needed to assess the impact of NTMs on trade.
Her research interests focus on foreign trade and trade-related policies, the impact of trade on economic development, international economics agenda for countries with economies in transition, economic integration and economic diplomacy.
Valentina Milosavljevic is awarded with two certificates by UNCTAD after completed successfully the UNCTAD 34?ℎ Regional Course on Key Issues on the International Economics Agenda for Countries with Economies in Transition, and the UNCTAD Course on Gender and Trade. She was attending numerous sessions at the Conference “Fourteenth Session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development” in Nairobi, as well as numerous sessions at the WTO Public Forum “Inclusive Trade” in Geneva in 2016.
inted him as the first foreign expert for the Olympic Games (2008) security preparation in China. In 2010, he is engaged in World Expo Security preparation. Prof. dr Darko Trifunovic is one of the founding members of the International Counter-Terrorism Academic Community (ICTAC). He has published a number of academic books papers and articles.