Nemanja Sormaz is a director of Center for Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES) and an adviser to Mrs. Kori Udovicki, the Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia’s Government. He develops and coordinates projects with a goal to enable sustainable, smart and inclusive economic growth.
Projects rely on high-quality and in-depth statistical analyses, the connection of key stakeholders, and design of concrete solutions, based on best world practices, but still adjusted to Serbia’s economic and social-demographic reality. He is developing expertise in area of private sector strengthening, primarily through promotion of entrepreneurship, development of SME sector and improvement of their export competitiveness, and enhancement of productivity. As an adviser in Serbia’s government, he is engaged in the process of creation of holistic and clear picture about structure, functionality and performance of Serbia’s public sector, with a goal to enable regular monitoring and measuring of its results, as well as the international benchmarking. Nemanja has started his professional career as a researcher in CEVES in 2012. During 2012, he completed undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, department of “International economy and foreign trade”.