Member of the Presidency, Serbian Association of Economists
Dragan Đuričin is a fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science as well as a founder and board member of the Serbian Chapter of the Club of Rome. He is a professor of Strategic Management, Project Management, Enterprise Risk Management, Economics of Strategy, and Strategic Financial Management always at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Economics. He is editor in chief of the Serbian scientific journal Ekonomika preduzeća – Journal of Business Economics and Management. He is president of the Serbian Association of Corporate Directors. He wrote dozens of books in the fields of strategic management, project management, systemic transition, risk management and Industry 4.0. He was a visiting professor at the University of Venice as well as a fellow of the Fulbright Foundation. He was a member of corporate governance bodies in dozen multinationals and reputable Serbian corporations, including Tarkett, Molson Coors, Danube Foods Group, Addiko Bank. He worked at Deloitte for 24 years, occupying C-level positions, including the chairman of Deloitte Pannon Adria and chairman of Deloitte Serbia. He served as chairperson of the Supervisory board of Dedinje Cardiovascular Institute. Currently, he is a member of corporate governance bodies of Metalac, Messer Tehnogas and NLB Komercijalna banka. He was a founder and executive chairman of Kopaonik Business Forum. He was president of the Serbian Association of Economists for fifteen years. He was a member of the Economic Council of the Government of the Republic of Serbia. He was engaged in the preparation of several transitional laws, particularly the privatization law as well as the fiscal consolidation program known as “Avramovich’s Program”. His constant preoccupation is economics of transition. His current interests include a paradigm shift in Economics and Industry 4.0 impact on financing of the “net-zero” transition and circular and regenerative economy.