The NBS Head Office Building was built from 1888 – 1890, on the basis of blueprints designed by Konstantin Jovanovic (Vienna 1849 – Zurich 1923), son to distinguished artist Anastas Jovanovic...
National Bank of Serbia, 27 and 28 May
National Bank of Serbia, 14 and 15 June 2012
National Bank of Serbia, 22 and 23 June 2011
The Chief Economist Office organised the First Annual Conference of Young Serbian Economists. The aim of this conference was to gather in one place active Serbian researchers in the area of economics and finance based in the country and abroad. The conference attracted participation of best young Serbian economists – PhD students, as well as academics who recently earned their doctoral degrees from domestic or foreign universities, who presented their original papers and exchanged views with a group of top Serbian economists, including prof. Bojan Jovanović, New York University. In addition to authors and the discussion panel members, other economists interested in this unique gathering also took part. Papers were written and presented in the English language.
The best paper award went to "World Trade Patterns and Prices: The Role of Productivity and Quality Heterogeneity" by Teodora Borota.
National Bank of Serbia, 27 March 2009
The National Bank of Serbia hosted the 4th Annual Conference of the South-East European Monetary History Network (SEEMHN) . The first three annual conferences were successfully organised in Sofia (BNB) in 2006, Vienna (OeNB) in 2007 and Athens (BoG) in 2008. The fourth conference, held on 27 March 2009 in Belgrade, gathered more than 30 economists, economic historians and representatives of central banks from 11 countries: Austria, Bulgaria, England, France, Greece, Germany, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Turkey and Serbia. The National Bank of Serbia has been a SEEMHN member since the network’s foundation and its representatives have taken part in all previous SEEMHN conferences [ ... ]
National Bank of Serbia, 15 – 19 July 2011
A Master Course in Macroeconomics was given by Professor Peter N. Sinclair, an esteemed lecturer at the University of Oxford and the University of Birmingham, аnd Advisor to the Governor of the Bank of England.