osnivač Oraclum Intelligence UK; DPhil student at the University of Oxford, Pembroke College.
My research topic is focused on explaining how the legitimate interaction between politicians and interest groups (so-called elite networks) affects certain economic outcomes such as the rise of income inequality. I have embarked on this journey in September 2016. Also the co-founder and director of Oraclum Intelligence Systems Ltd, a Cambridge-based data company that uses the power of social networks and big data to predict election outcomes and uncover patterns of consumer behavior. Prior to that, worked as a lecturer at the Department of Economics, Zagreb School of Economics and Management (ZSEM) for four years, where I taught Political economy, Principles of Economics, International Economics and Public Finance. Research fellow for the Adam Smith Institute in London, and the vice president of the Adriatic Economic Association. Hold a Master of Science degree from the London School of Economics, in the field of political economy. I received my BA in economics from the University of Zagreb, from which I graduated magna cum laude. During my studies I attended summer schools at the University of California at Berkeley and at Harvard University. Visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge, Clare College during the summer of 2013