Executive Director, Public Policy Research Center
Tanja Jakobi is the executive director of the Public Policy Research Center. Her work focuses on issues of labour rights, discrimination and precarization in the field of labour, and the inclusion of vulnerable groups in the education system and the labour market. Her research interest is focused on the impact of technology on the nature of labour relations and decent work, and the creation of public policies in the field of knowledge-based economy.
Thanks to her long career as an economic journalist and editor in domestic and foreign print and audio-visual media, she gained an understanding of modern changes in the field of work and the economic dimensions of these changes, as well as the talent for an impressive and fresh approach in presenting research results.
She holds a master's degree in economic journalism from Baruch College in New York and a bachelor's degree from the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. She is a member of the Sectoral Council for the Social Sciences, Journalism and Information Sector.