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dr Maja Ivanović

Maja Ivanović je rođena 15. juna 1985. godine na Cetinju. Osnovnu školu i gimnaziju završila je u Podgorici. Na Ekonomskom fakultetu u Podgorici, smjeru: Finansije i bankarstvo, diplomirala je 2008. godine, sa prosječnom ocjenom 9,90. Tokom studiranja bila je korisnik više stipendija i nagrađivana je više puta. Kao korisnica CEEPUS stipendije, jedan semestar završila je na Univerzitetu za ekonomiju i biznis administraciju u Beču (Wirtshaftsuniversitat), smjer: Finansije. Među dobijenim nagradama izdvajaju se nagrada Opštine Podgorica “19. decembar”, Nagrada Ekonomskog fakulteta za najbojeg studenta u generaciji, kao i Nagrada Centralne banke Crne Gore i Atlas Grupe za talentovane studente.
U septembru 2009. godine upisuju postdiplomske/doktorkse studije iz oblasti ekonomije (Mphil/PhD in Economics) na Ekonomskom fakultetu na “Staffordshire University” u Velikoj Britaniji, kao dobitnica stipendije Fonda za otvoreno društvo i Britanske Vlade. Na pomenutom Univerzitetu, u novembru 2014. godine, odbranila je doktorsku disertaciju: Procjena bankarske stabilnosti: sa posebnim osvtom na zemlje Centalne i Jugoistočne Evrope i Crne Gore i stekla zvanje doktora ekonomskih nauka.
Svoj radni angažman započela je u Centralnoj banci Crne Gore, oktobra 2008. godine, u Sektoru za kontrolu banaka. U Sektoru za kontrolu banaka radila je u Odjeljenju za analizu bankarskog sektora na poslovima stresnog testiranja banka. Od januara 2014. godine, radi kao specijalni savjetnik direktora u Sektoru za finansijsku stabilnost, istraživanja i statistiku, za makroekonomsko modeliranje i prognoze, te istraživanja finansijske stabilnosti.
Pohađala je specijalističke kurseve i seminare u organizaciji Međunarodnog monetarnog fonda, Svjetske banke, Evropske centralne banke, Banke Engleske, Banke Holandije, Banke Njemačke, Banke Italije, Banke Francuske, Banke Slovenije i Banke Češke.
Govori engleski i italijanski jezik, a ima osnovno znanje iz njemačkog jezika. U radu koristi statističke softverske pakete: MFIT, Stata, Eviews i Matlab.
Radovi objavljeni u žurnalima:
Lipovina-Bozovic, M. and M.Ivanovic (2018) Capital Flows in a Euroized Economy: SVAR Approach, Proceedings of Rijeka Faculty of Economics: Journal of Economics and Business, Vol. 36, n. 2, pp. 647-675.

Mitrovic, M. M. and M. Ivanovic (2017) Inflation in a Fully-Euroised Economy: Could Inflation Differentials Threaten Competitiveness? Journal of Central Banking Theory and Practice, Vol. 6, n. 2, pp. 101-124.

Ivanovic, M. (2016), “Determinants of Credit Growth: The Case of Montenegro” , Journal of Central Banking Theory and Practice, Vol. 5, n.2, pp. 101-118.

Ivanovic, M. (2012), “Estimation of macroeconomic and bank-specific determinants of the quality of loans in Montenegro”, Economics and Finance Notes, Vol. 1, n.2, pp. 199-226.




Radovi prezentirani na naučnim konferencijama:

Maj 2017. “Towards identification of gaps in data availability for maintaining financial stability – the case of Montenegro” , IFC-National Bank of Belgium Workshop on "Data needs and Statistics compilation for macroprudential analysis" Brussels, Belgium, 18-19 May 2017. Available at: https://www.bis.org/ifc/publ/ifcb46c.pdf

Oktobar 2016. “Credit Booms, Foreign Banks and the Incidence of Non-Performing Loans in Central and Eastern Europe”, 4th European Conference on Banking and the Economy - ECOBATE), Winchester, England
Available at: http://ecobate.arbe.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/ECOBATE-2016-PROGRAMME.pdf

Septembar 2016. “Monetary policy, macroprudential policy and financial stability in euroised country: The case of Montenegro”, 2nd Policy Research Conference of the European Central Bank Network in cooperation with Bank of Slovenia in Ljubljana.
Available at:
https://www.bsi.si/en/bank-of-slovenia-r.asp?MapaId=1876

Mart 2016. “Ownership, Bank-Specific and Macroeconomic Determinants of Non-Performing Loans in Central and Eastern Europe”, 5th Scientific conference National bank of Republic of Macedonia. Available at:
http://www.nbrm.mk/?ItemID=FF1BD8C82DD08347A2E8475EAB4B1838

Oktobar 2015. “Determinants of Credit Growth: The Case of Montenegro”, 1st Policy Research Conference of the European Central Bank Network with Bank of Slovenia in Ljubljana. Available at:
https://www.bsi.si/en/bank-of-slovenia-r.asp?MapaId=1876

Septembar 2012. “Estimation of macroeconomic and bank-specific determinants of the Quality of loans in Montenegro”, International Scientific Conference: “From Global Crisis to Economic Growth. Which Way to Take? ”; Faculty of Economics in Belgrade.
Maj 2012.
“Estimation of macroeconomic and bank-specific determinants of the Quality of loans in Montenegro”, 4th International Conference:
“The Economies of Balkan and Eastern Europe Countries in the Changed world”; EBEEC, Sofia.
Mart 2012.
“Assessing banking stability in Montenegro”, 26th International
Conference: “Managing Economic Transition network”; European
Association for Comparative Economic Studies and Brunel University - Business School, London.

Jun 2011.
“Critique of risk assessment techniques: with special reference to the last global financial crisis”, Scientific Symposium; Staffordshire Universiity and Faculty of Economics in Sarajevo.

Maj 2010.
“Stress Testing of Montenegrin banking sector”, International
Conference: “Advances in Stress Testing in Central and South Eastern Europe”; World Bank, Thessaloniki.

April 2010.
“Stress Testing - advantages and disadvantages”, Scientific Symposium; Staffordshire Universiity and University of Tirana, Tirana.

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