Jože Mencinger, Philippe Schmitter, Jan Zielonka, Jan Oberg, Heather Grabbe, Jens Reuter, Misha Glenny, Milica Uvalić, Damir Grubiša, Nikolai Mladenov, Vladimir Gligorov, Daniel Daianu, Michael Davenport, Branko Milanović, Aleksandar Pavković, Adam Balcer, Efraim Zuroff, Eduardo Luis Aguirre, Leonid Savin, Diego Fusaro, Jasmina Vujić, Matteo Bonomi, Dejan Jović, Leonas Tolvaišis, Dejan Mihailović, Luca Volonte, Aleksandar Dugin, Elena Ponomareva, Thomas Fleming, Nikita Bondarev, Jim Seroka

Serbia in European Integration Processes: Global Context, Institutions, Identity

2011. – current The project’s aim is monitoring, analysis and design of a deepening and more torough relations between Serbia and the European Union. This relationship is viewed in a broader context of significant global changes in the modern world of which the following are particularly noteworthy: serious financial and economic crisis; indications of power and capital dispersion and creation; a multipolar world due to the rise of China, Turkey and the BRIC countries; the crisis and uncertainty of Euro; ...
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Perspectives of Serbia’s European Frame

2006 – 2010 The project deals with the dynamic changes in the European Union, the conditions of accession of the Western Balkans into the Union and reforms in Republic of Serbia. In this respect, special emphasis is placed on analysis of the functioning of institutions within the European Union, the problem of the European Constitution and the controversy about further enlargement, the issue of security and the common European currency. The largest number of them deals with the transformation of ...
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Accelerated Accession into European Union – A Prerequisite for Serbia’s Successful Transition and Development

2001 – 2005 The research topic is the analysis of necessary conditions which need to be met by Republic of Serbia in order to start the process of joining the European Union’s member states. This constitutes a radical change of economic system, the procedures in functioning of democratic institutions and public administration, market opening, changing and adapting existing laws in line with the European Union and Euro-Atlantic military alliance, and so on. Our research aims to incorporate a multidisciplinary approach ...
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Europe and Yugoslavia: Problems of Integration, Modernization and Transition

1996 – 2000 A global research project was conceived as an interdisciplinary study of external and internal preconditions for realistically feasible transition strategy. The project builds on previous results of the global project “Europe in Transformation: nature, trends and perspectives”. In previous research period the emphasis was placed primarily on the causes of the Yugoslav disintegration and the role of Europe in the crisis. The center of the current research is to find strategies to fit the FR of Yugoslavia ...
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