President, Commission for Protection of Competition
Miloje Obradović is the President of the Commission for Protection of Competition, elected for a five-year term by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia in October 2014.
He is a graduate Economist and holds a PhD degree in Economics. Since 2012, he has been Associate Professor in economics and finance at the Belgrade Faculty of engineering management.
Professionally, Mr. Miloje Obradović possesses many years of experience working in the public sector. He started his career in 1995 within the Assembly of the city of Belgrade, continuing in 1997 at the Serbian Ministry of Education, where he was the Head of several different departments for 10 years. From 2007 until 2013, he worked at the public enterprise ,,Official Gazette“, first as a department director and from 2009 onwards as the Deputy General Director. In 2014, he was appointed Assistant to the Secretary for transport at the Assembly of the city of Belgrade until October 2014, when he was elected by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia as the President of the Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition.
Based upon the decision of the Serbian Ministry of Justice from 2011, Mr. Obradović is entered in the register of permanent court experts in the economic and financial field, a capacity which is on hold during his post as the President of the Commission for Protection of Competition.
He is married and has two children.