▌▌▌Jean Monnet Module for European Monetary Law (MONELA).
▌▌▌Coordinator at the Faculty of Law University of Niš.
▌▌▌Vice Dean for Science and Finances.
Marko Dimitrijević is the Associate Professor (PhD) and Jean Monnet Module for European Monetary Law (MONELA) Coordinator at the Faculty of Law University of Niš (The Republic of Serbia) and engaged the function of Vice Dean for Science and Finances.
His fields of teaching include European and International Monetary Law, Economic Policy for Lawyers, International Financial Relations and Law of Economic System of the European Union. He is involved in various projects about the protection of human rights and Serbian law harmonization with EU Law.
He is an author of scientific monograph of national importance entitled “International Monetary Law Institutions” and many scientific articles dealing with the issue of contemporary monetary law (especially the issue of digital money and monetary sovereignty in terms of digital revolutions), which has been published in domestic and international scientific journals and presented in numerous international conferences.
He developed scientific research in the field of the monetary law at Saarland University, European Institute (EU Cluster of Excellence for International and European Law), Saarbrücken (Germany), Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finances, Munich (Germany) and Max Planck Institute for International, European and Regional Procedural Law (Luxembourg). In September 2022, he will be guest researcher at Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public and International Law (Heidelberg, Germany). He is observer at ELI Institute (University of Wien) and member of the Serbian Fiscal Society (branch of IFA-Rotterdam).
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