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The Bologna Institute for Policy Research | Scholar Profile | Marko Milenkovic

Marko Milenkovic
Associate Fellow
Research Fellow, Institute of Social Sciences Belgrade


Geographic Areas

Environmental Issues
International Law


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Background and Education
Programme secretary, Association of Lawyers for Medical and Health law of Serbia (SUPRAM), since June 2012; Legal Advisor, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (YUCOM), since October 2009. Dr. Milenkovic’s main research interests include legal transformation in the context of the European integration process, EU conditionality and public administration reforms. He has also published in the areas of Environmental Law and State Aid. In his PhD thesis Dr Milenkovic dealt with position and role of public agencies in the protection of the environment focusing on decision making by expert bodies. Ph.D. in Law, University of Belgrade (2014); MA in Law, University of Cambridge (2009); MA in EU Law, University of Belgrade (2008).

Other Publications
European Union and Legal Reform 2012, (ed.) Clueb, Bologna (2013); "EU integration and the introduction of State Aid control in Serbia – institutional challenges and reform prospects," Europa Kolleg Hamburg discussion papers series 2016 - Available at:; "Serbia and the European Union: Is 'culturalization' of accession criteria on the way?" (co-author) in: Finn Laursen (ed.) EU Enlargement: Current Challenges and Strategic Choices, P.I.E. Lang, Brussels (2013).



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