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Bojana Bošković, PhD – Directorate for Financial System and Improvement of Business Environment

Ministarstvo finansija

Bojana Bošković was born on July 10, 1981 in Sarajevo. She finished elementary school and high school in Podgorica. She graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Podgorica in 2005 with a 9.43 grade point average. At the same Faculty, she defended the master's thesis "Business Environment and Economic Growth" within the scope of the postgraduate studies "Entrepreneurial Economics". She defended her doctoral dissertation "The Impact of Regulatory Policy on Economy with a Special Focus on Montenegro" at the Faculty of International Economics, Business and Finance, University of Donja Gorica.

She started her work engagement in the Ministry of Finance in October 2004 as a student intern, after which she served as an senior independent advisor and department coordinator. At the end of December 2010, she was designated as Assistant Minister for financial system and improving the business environment.         

During her work engagement in the Ministry of Finance she worked and coordinated different reform activities and tasks in the field of financial system, European integration, international cooperation and improving the business environment, as well as public administration reforms. 

Since September 2010, she has served as a member of the Managing Board of the Deposit Protection Fund of Montenegro.

She is the Head of the Economic, Financial and Statistics Group within the framework of the implementation of the Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union and she co-chairs Subcommittee meetings together with representatives of the European Commission. She is also the Secretary of the Competitiveness Council of the Government of Montenegro.

She is a member of the Regional Council of BFC SEE Network (Business Friendly Certificate South East Europe), which represents a platform of public, private and civil sector, in order to meliorate competitiveness in the SEE countries through the exchange of experiences, knowledge, design and implementation of reforms in the public administration.

She coordinated projects in the public administration of domestic and international character, concerning the development of the standards of modern public administration, including: Reform of the company registration system and the issuance of building permits and work permits for foreigners; Introduction of the Regulatory Impact Assessment into the Montenegrin regulatory system; Implementation of action plans to meliorate the position of Montenegro in the reports on ease of doing business and economic freedom, such as the Doing Business of the World Bank, Global Competitiveness Index of the World Economic Forum and the Indices of Economic Freedom of the Heritage Foundation and the Frazer Institute; International initiative Open Government Partnership. Regarding the implementation of these projects, she cooperated with international financial and donor organizations such as: World Bank, USAID, UNDP, British Embassy in Montenegro, SIGMA.

She has been working as an assistant at the Faculty of International Economics, Finance and Business – Donja Gorica - in Podgorica, on the subjects Business and State, Public Finance and Development and Macroeconomics.

She attended International Visitors Leadership Programme in the United States of America organized by the State Department, as well as the Financial Management Programme for small countries in the Isle of Man and Oxford, organized by the World Bank and Said Business School from Oxford.        

She took part in several expert conferences and study tours concerning financial stability, international finance, macroeconomic policy and economic development and regulatory reforms in the USA, Austria, Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Brazil, Sweden, Denmark, Slovenia, Japan, Georgia, China, and Belgium. 

She is the author of several papers published in domestic and international professional journals.

She speaks the English language

Contact e-mail: bojana.boskovic@mif.gov.me