Professor Dejan Jović, Ph.D.
Chief Analyst to the President of the Republic - Special Coordinator
Obtained his PhD degree at the London School of Economics (LSE) in 1999. His previous education includes a BA degree in Political Science at the University of Zagreb (1990) as well as two MA degrees in Political Science – at the University of Ljubljana (1994) and the University of Manchester (1995). He was a Jean Monnet fellow at the European University Institute in Florence.
He is currently Associate Professor of International Relations and National Security at the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Zagreb. He is also Lecturer in Politics at University of Stirling, currently on leave. From 2003 to 2009 Director of the Centre for European Neighbourhood Studies at the University of Stirling.
Author of the book Jugoslavija- država koja je odumrla [Yugoslavia – A State that Withered Away] which was published in Zagreb and Belgrade in 2003. Its American edition was published in 2009 by Purdue University Press. Contributed to academic journals such as Europe-Asia Studies, European Journal of Social Theory, Journal of Balkan and Near East Studies, Nations and Nationalism, Chaillot Papers, etc. Consultant of a number of international think-tanks, including the Economist Intelligence Unit, as well as Transparency International. Professor Jović is an expert in the field of International Politics and Foreign Policy Analysis, Politics and Society in Southeastern Europe, Cold War and Post-Cold War Era, as well as Causes for and Consequences of the Disintegration of the Socialist Yugoslavia.
The President of the Republic appointed him Chief Analyst-Special Coordinator on 10 March 2010.