University of Belgrade Faculty of Economics

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University of Belgrade
Faculty of Economics
Економски факултет
Универзитета у Београду
Established 1937
Type Public
Dean PhD Branislav Boričić
Academic staff 130
Location Belgrade, Serbia
44°48′42″N 20°27′18″E / 44.811740°N 20.455058°E / 44.811740; 20.455058Coordinates: 44°48′42″N 20°27′18″E / 44.811740°N 20.455058°E / 44.811740; 20.455058
Campus Urban
Website www.ekof.bg.ac.rs
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The University of Belgrade Faculty of Economics (Serbian: Економски факултет Универзитета у Београду) is one of the educational institutions of the University of Belgrade, Serbia. The building is located in the city center of Belgrade, in the Savski Venac municipality. The Belgrade's School of Economics is Serbia's leading educational institution in business and economics.

Initially established in 1937, the Faculty of Economics was the first center of higher education dedicated to the study of economics in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Its curriculum includes courses in economic analysis and policy; marketing; accounting, auditing and financial management; trade and commerce; finance, banking and insurance; tourism and hotel industry; statistics and informatics; management and international economics and foreign trade.

The school includes a library with over 120 thousand titles. The Faculty's Publication Center has grown into one of the leading Serbian publishers for economic literature. Its research center has implemented over 800 projects in the field of restructuring, assets valuation, privatisation, investment, etc, as well as over one hundred macroeconomic projects for governments and multilateral institutions.

Notable alumni and teaching staff[edit]

Some of the school's renowned students and professors include: Rushka Bergman, Sonja Biserko, Mirko Cvetković, Bojan Dimitrijević, Mlađan Dinkić, Diana Dragutinović, Mitja Gaspari, Radovan Jelašić, Srgjan Kerim, Nikola Kljusev, Dragan Maršićanin, Gordana Matković, Branko Milanovic, Slobodan Milosavljević, Miroslav Mišković, Abdul Rahman Munif, Milorad Nedeljković, Ivo Perišin, Aleksandar Pravdić, Toplica Spasojević, Srđan Srećković, Kori Udovički, Ashagre Yigletu and Philip Zepter.

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