Ana Mugoša, Ph.D.Institute of Socio-Economic Analysis
Dr. Ana Mugoša is a Lecturer at the Faculty of Economics in Podgorica, University of Montenegro, specializing in finance. She is also a Consultant at the Institute for Socio-Economic Analysis (ISEA) in Podgorica, and Project Director of the International Scientific Project related to the economics of tobacco taxation and control in Montenegro working in cooperation with Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade and University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Prior to joining Faculty of Economics, she worked as a Lecturer at Faculty of Economics and Business of Mediterranean University at Podgorica from 2006-2009, where her research focused on financial markets and public finance. Ana is also a member and a founder of Montenegrin Association of Economists. At present, her research interest is expanded from micro to macro-finance level, including short-term and long-term fiscal policies impacts on tobacco use and health among adults and youth.
Ana earned a BA in economics (finance) from the University of Montenegro, an MBA in finance from the University of Sheffield, and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Montenegro.