Jelisaveta Lazarevic is Research Assistant in Centre for Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES) since February 2016, where she works on all relevant projects. She is also PhD student and Teaching Assistant at FEFA in Belgrade, Serbia, teaching courses in Competitiveness and Capital Market since 2017. She worked on a World Bank project for the needs of the Serbian Ministry of Economy aimed at raising the competitiveness of the economy, internationalizing company’s operations and increasing employment.
During her studies, she gained practical experience at the Deloitte and Innovation Fund. During her internship at Deloitte, she gained knowledge about transfer pricing and learned about the arm’s length method. During her internship at the Serbian Innovation Fund, she gained experience in Serbian economics, especially in business conditions concerning startups. She also improved her negotiating and arranging project experience by participating in the meetings between the Fund and the World Bank on the project to support research, innovation and technology transfer in Serbia. Ms. Lazarević obtained her Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree from FEFA.