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Vuk Vuković

About Vuk Vuković

Vuk Vuković is a lecturer of Political Economy, Principles of Economics, International Economics and Public Finance at the Department of Economics, Zagreb School of Economics and Management (ZSEM). He is a research fellow at the Adam Smith Institute in London, a Co-Founder and VicePresident of the Adriatic Economic Association. He was a visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge. He has published in top academic journals in addition to writing articles for newspapers and think tanks. He also runs the im-an-economist.blogspot.com blog.

The New Prime Minister Has the Important Goal Of Cutting the Budget Deficit

On January 22 2016, the Croatian Parliament finally ratified the new government giving it its necessary political legitimacy. This comes amid a daunting two and a half month post-election negotiation process between three parties (SDP, HDZ and MOST), in which the word turmoil can hardly describe the suspense, excitement and discontent amongst the media, the public, and the politicians themselves. Continue reading The New Prime Minister Has the Important Goal Of Cutting the Budget Deficit