Professor, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade
Saša Ranđelović was born on 1982. He graduated from the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Economics in 2005. In 2008 he obtained the master degree and in 2012 the PhD degree in economics, from the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Economics.
Since 2013 Saša Ranđelović was assistant professor and from 2018 he is associate professor at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Economics (Department of Economic Policy and Development). From 2015 he is also the vice dean in charge of finance and international relations at the same faculty.
Saša Ranđelović won the prize for the best PhD thesis in economics in Serbia in 2011- 2012, awarded by the Scientific Association of Economists of Serbia. During his PhD studies, Saša spent some time at the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium) in 2010, based on the Join EU-SEE scholarship. In 2016 Saša Ranđelović was at the post-doctoral research stay at the Free University of Berlin (Germany). From 2019 Saša is visiting fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science – European Institute, while from 2020 he is appointed as visiting professor at University of Zagreb – Faculty of Economics and Business.
Saša’s field of research include economic policy, with the focus on fiscal policy and public finance and specialization in the fields of taxation, public investment, shadow economy and inequality. Saša Ranđelović is (co)author of two books, a few dozens of articles published in the international journals, international monographs and conference proceedings.
Saša is member of the International Fiscal Association (Serbian affiliate), and member of the managing board of this association, as well the member of the Scientific Association of Economists of Serbia. He is member of the Audit Committee of the Bank of China a.d. Beograd. From September 2013 to July 2014 Saša was engaged as external, high level fiscal policy advisor to the Minister of Finance of Serbia. From 2009 to 2015 Saša was engaged in several working groups, established by the Ministry of Finance, for fiscal system reforms in Serbia. Saša was also engaged on several projects as external consultant to the Fiscal Council of the Republic of Serbia and he was also taking part in several World Bank, UNDP, USAID and GIZ projects on tax policy and public sector reform. Saša is executive editor of the Quarterly Monitor of Economic Trends and Policies in Serbia.