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Belgrade Economics and Finance Research Seminar

Since 2018, the NBS and Belgrade Faculty of Economics jointly organise the Belgrade Economics and Finance Research Seminar, following on the seminars held by the NBS in the prior period. 

In 2010 the National Bank of Serbia started organising research seminars. The seminars will be held from 1 to 2 pm on the NBS premises, 17 Nemanjina Street, Belgrade.

The seminars are open to all. The applicants must register on at least two days before the seminar. Please fill in your name and surname in the application and indicate the title of the seminar, name of your employer and the number of a valid personal identification document (ID card or passport). Attendance in the seminars is determined based on the order of applications received. You will receive an e-mail notification only if all places are filled. Otherwise, consider your registration successful.

As you will be required to present your ID card or passport at the entrance to NBS building, make sure you arrive 15 minutes before the event.

Forthcoming seminars

  • 21 June 2019 at 1pm (Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, Professors’ hall)
    Dalibor Stevanović, Université du Québec à Montréal
    Topic: “How Is Machine Learning Useful for Macroeconomic Forecasting” | Invitation | Working paper

Held seminars in 2019

  • 28 May 2019 (Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, Professors’ hall)
    Hans Jarle Kind, Norwegian School of Economics
    Topic: “Personalized pricing disables rivals from softening competition” | Invitation | Working paper
  • 24 April 2019
    Maruška Vizek, Ekonomski institut , Zagreb
    Topic: “Fiscal devaluations: Evidence using bilateral trade balance data” | Presentation
  • 1 March 2019 (Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, Professors’ hall)
    Ana Obiševa, New Economic School, Moscow
    Topic: "Dimensional Analysis, Leverage Neutrality, and Market Microstructure Invariance" | Working paper
  • 22 February 2019
    Martin Brown, University of St Gallen
    Topic: “Banking crises, bail-ins and money holdings” | Working paper