Dušan Mramor

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Dušan Mramor
Dušan Mramor 2014.jpg
Minister of Finance
In office
18 September 2014 – 13 July 2016
Prime Minister Miro Cerar
Preceded by Uroš Čufer
Succeeded by Alenka Smerkolj (Acting)
In office
11 December 2002 – 9 November 2004
Prime Minister Anton Rop
Preceded by Zvone Ivanušič
Succeeded by Andrej Bajuk
Personal details
Born (1953-11-01) 1 November 1953 (age 63)
Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
(now Slovenia)
Political party Independent
Alma mater University of Ljubljana

Dušan Mramor, born November 1, 1953 in Ljubliana, was the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Slovenia, in office 2002–2004 and 2014–2016.

Before serving as finance minister, he was a full professor of finance at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. He served as the Dean of the Faculty of Economics (2007–2013), as Chairman of the Board of the University of Ljubljana (2000–2002 and 2009–2013), and as Associate Dean of the Faculty of Economics (1997–2001).[1]

He was a recurring visiting professor at the Central European University, and a research associate and visiting scholar at the School of Business, Indiana University, in the United States. Mramor has already served as the finance minister of Slovenia from 2002–2004 (government Anton Rop).[2]

Currently (2014) he is a Vice-President of the board of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM), Belgium, a member of the International Advisory Board of Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, Netherlands and was until August 2014 a member of the Initial Accreditation Committee and European Advisory Committee of AACSB, USA.[3][4]

The magazine The Banker, of the Financial Times Group in London, selected Slovenian Minister of Finance Dušan Mramor as European Finance Minister of the Year 2016.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ University Homepage
  2. ^ Slovenian Ministry of Finance page on Dušan Mramor; http://www.mf.gov.si/en/about_the_ministry/who_is_who/minister_of_finance/
  3. ^ EIASM. "Managing Board | EIASM". www.eiasm.org. 
  4. ^ [dead link]
  5. ^ "| Ministrstvo za finance". www.mf.gov.si. 

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Political offices
Preceded by
Zvone Ivanušič
Minister of Finance
2002–2004
Succeeded by
Andrej Bajuk
Preceded by
Uroš Čufer
Minister of Finance
2014–2016
Succeeded by
Alenka Smerkolj
Acting