Faculty of Management
Brace Karic University
Ana Jolovic was a visiting scholar from Serbia during the 2003-2004 academic year at The George Washington University. Her time in the U.S. was sponsored by the Junior Faculty Development Program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Her mentor at GWU was Professor George Jabbour.
Center for Liberal-Democratic Studies Belgrade (sponsored by HESP);
- Annual Yugoslav Economists Meeting in Budva (June 2002)
Transition Processes in CzechRepublic, Eurotranzicija journal, No.3, 2001;
Reform of Banking System in Hungary and Poland, Collection of Essays, Faculty of Trading
Microstructure and Efficiency of Financial Markets in Transition Economies (‘coauthor,),
Volatility as Risk Measure and its Anticipation (‘coauthor,), Economic Themes, Vol. I -2, the
Languages: Serbian (native), English (fluent), German (well), Balkan languages (Croatian, Bosnian, Macedonian, Bulgarian) (fluent), Slovenian (poor), as well as classical language —Latin (good).
Computer literacy: MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and Internet.
Scholarships: AAEN’s scholarship, scholarship of BK University as a best student of the generation (for last 5 years — during undergraduate and postgraduate studies), special scholarship of BK University for 10 best and most talented students.Main fields of professional interest: transition processes, privatization models, institution building, macroeconomics, relations between democracy consolidation and financial market legislative, stock exchange, derivatives, new developments on financial markets.