Pavle Petrović
Belgrade, Feb. 22, 1947

Corresponding member

Department of Social Sciences


Membership of SASA
Department of Social Sciences; corresponding member since Nov. 8, 2018

Field of study
Econometrics and macroeconomics (economic growth, monetary economics), public finances, classical theory of production, distribution and costs

PhD (1979), MA (1973), BA (1969), Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade; Visiting Fellow, Harvard University (2003-2004), Princeton University (fall 1987) and Cornell University (1986/1987)

Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, Professor (from 1991), Professor Emeritus (since 2016); Visiting Professor at Oglethorpe University, USA (2000) and Addis Ababa University (1979, 1980-1981)
President of the Council of the Governor of the National Bank of Serbia (2003-2004); President of the Fiscal Council of the Republic of Serbia (since 2011)

Membership of SASA boards
Board for the Study of Roma Life and Customs

Membership of specialist associations
Serbian Academy of Economic Sciences (SAEN), member from 2004, full member since 2010; full member of Serbian Scientific Society of Economists; co-founder of the International Association for the Economics of Self-Management (1979-1988); co-founder of the Yugoslav Economic Theory Seminar (JUNASET, 1980)

Membership of editorial boards
Reviewer for international journals on the SSCI list: Cambridge Journal of Economics, Journal of Comparative Economics, Journal of Macroeconomics, European Journal of Political Economy and Panoeconomicus; Editor for Serbia of Panoeconomicus, Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Economic Analysis and Workers’ Management (1981-86). Editor of Quarterly Monitor of Economic Trends and Policies in Serbia (2007-2011)

Awards and recognitions
Recognition of Achievement of the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade on the occasion of its 80th anniversary (2017); Award of the Serbian Association of Economists (2013) for exceptional contribution to the field of economic theory and policies; Fulbright Scholarship 1986-1987, 2003-2004; Award of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce for best master thesis (1973)