Jovana Jovic obtained her Master’s Degree in International Business at the University of Economics in Prague. Prior to this, she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in International Economics and Management at the Bocconi University in Milan. She was a visiting student at the American University in Dubai and the University of Richmond where she focussed on her International Relations studies.
Her bachelor thesis was written in accordance with her interests in ME governments: “Is there real democracy in Israel?”. Another area of her research interests is anti-corruption fight; therefore her Master’s thesis was based on an extensive research on corruption in her home country, Serbia, and its effects on both political and economic situation of this country.
She also served as a research assistant at the Institute of International relations of Czech Republic and an intern in project management at the European Development Agency where she worked on the projects funded by the European Commission.
During her three-month internship at UNU-CRIS, Jovana worked under the supervision of Dr. Stephen Kingah, on current socio-economic research activities including the role and activities of regional organisations in the field of social policies through the analytical framework of willingness, acceptance and capacity.