Vedrana Pribicević graduated from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Zagreb in 2007, where she majored in Macroeconomics. During her studies, she was a research associate to Dr. Ivo Bičanić at the Department for Macroeconomics and Economic Development, on Macroeconomics and Growth Theory Studies. She is currently doing postgraduate research at the same university, where she has conducted a Theory of Economic Inequality Workshop. She taught Endogenous Theory of Growth at the Warsaw School of Economics within the framework of ERASMUS faculty exchange.
She has been a faculty member of the Zagreb School of Economics and Management since 2007, first as a research associate, and since 2010, as a lecturer. She teaches Principles of Economics 1 & 2, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, International Economics, Statistics 1 & 2, and Mathematics for Economic Analysis. Her fields of interest are economic growth and economic inequalities. She features as a regular economics commentator for a number of domestic and foreign media outlets.
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