Faculty of Economics
University of Kragujevac
Serbia and Montenegro
Milan Kostic was born in 1978 in Jagodina. He finished elementary and high school in Jagodina with great success. He completed his basic academic studies at the Faculty of Economics, University of Kragujevac in 2002 with an average grade of 8.82 (eight, 82). The magisterial thesis titled "Oligopolistic Competition in the Conditions of Global Economy" defended on November 19th. 2008 at the Faculty of Economics, University of Kragujevac. The average grade for postgraduate studies (masters studies) was 10 (ten). On the same faculty it is 25.06.2013. He defended his doctoral dissertation titled "Market power of corporations and competition in the branch" . Since 2003 she has been working at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Kragujevac in her associates' work in assistant professors and assistants on the subject Theory and Politics of Price, a narrower scientific field of General Economy and Economic Development. He participated in the work of several different bodies and bodies of the Faculty. He was a participant in several fundamental and applied research projects in the sphere of competition protection and market research. In the period from 19.07.2010. to 06.08.2010. He attended the Key Issues on the International Economic Agenda , organized by UNCTAD Virtual University and the Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy, which took place in Baku, the Republic of Azerbaijan. The field of scientific interest is: microeconomic analysis, specifically industrial organization and the field of competition protection (restriction of competition, measurement of the degree of market restriction and definition of the boundaries of the relevant market). Also, the spheres of scientific interest are consumer ethnocentrism and privatization.
Price theory and policy, Globalization and transition, Competitiveness analysis