Emeritus professor of European Union Law from the Erasmus University Rotterdam gave a first guest lecture to students from University Donja Gorica on Monday, October 17.

This was the first guest lecture that was held in-person, after the COVID-19 pandemic, and it was very successful. Even though the lecture was organized for the students at University Donja Gorica, students from Faculty of Economics, University of Montenegro were taking part online, via Zoom platform.

A round table on the Global Competition Challenges facing Single market and its implications for the Western Balkan was held on Friday, June 3, 2022, at the Faculty of Economics, as part of the Erasmus + project Jean Monnet Center of Excellence (CEP). The event was attended by high representatives of the diplomatic corps and the highest officials of the Government of Montenegro, as well as university professors and students.

The Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Prof. Dr. Mijat Jocović...

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On May 20, professor Kong Tianping from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, gave an online guest lecture, titled “Global Changes and Relations between China and the West Balkans”

Student taking the International Economics course (undergraduate), organized by professor Danijela Jacimovic, had the opportunity to hear interesting insights regarding the relevant topics of the relations between China and the Western Balkans.

On Tuesday, May 17, professor Srdjan Redžepagić, from the University Cote d’Azur in Nice, France, gave a lecture titled „EU Economy under the COVID crisis“. The lecture was organized as a part of the Globalization and Economic Policy master course at the Faculty of Economics, University of Montenegro.

Professor Redžepagić spoke about how the EU countries adopted several measures to address the COVID crisis, which include the health measures, deferral of payments and redundancies, enhancing...

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