The Lucha Institute is proud and pleased to announce that Professor Milica Vukotic, Dean at the Faculty of Information Systems and Technology and a member of the Mont Pelerin Society, has become part of the Institute as new member of the Advisory Board.
Milica Vukotic was born in Podgorica, where she finished elementary and high school. She graduated in 2000 as the best graduate economist at the University of Belgrade in that year, with an average grade of 9.56. During the studies, she was the recipient of the Government of Montenegro’s Talent Scholarship. Milica Vukotic was also the winner of the Ron Brown Scholarship, and as a scholarship holder she attended the Postgraduate Studies “International Economics and Finance” at Brandeis University in Boston, where in 2001 she was named the best freshmen on Master of Science degree in economics and finance. She received her master’s degree in May 2003, defending the master’s thesis on Applied Microeconomics: Health Insurance and Health Reform in Developing Countries.
She received her doctorate at the Faculty of Economics in Podgorica in 2009, defending the thesis Microeconomics Analysis in Healthcare.
She worked as a Management Consultant in Software Incubator (Contra Costa Software Incubator, San Francisco, California, 2002) and was a company representative in several organizations and associations. She lectured at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Montenegro from 2001 to 2007 at the Department of Quantitative Economics. She lectured on Microeconomics at the preparatory course for CFA exams organised by the G-17 Institute and USAID, Belgrade, 2003.
She is a member of the Council of the Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Services of Montenegro and the Management Board of the Women Handball Team “Budućnost”. He is also a member of the prestigious economic organisation Mont Pelerin Society.
We would like to welcome Professor Vukotic to The Lucha Institute. We are confident that our cooperation will be fruitful and that her experience will help us develop a free, responsible and prosperous society.