Mijo Mirković

Mijo Mirković (or Mate Balota) was a Croatian economist and writer (Rakalj, 28. IX. 1898 – Zagreb, 17. II. 1963). His family was evacuated to Moravia at the beggining of the First World War. After the War he worked as a journalist in a local newspaper in Pula. From 1919 to 1920 he attended philosophy and slavistic studies in Zagreb and Belgrade after which he attended economics and humanities studies in Berlin and Frankfurt where he achived the doctorate in economics in 1923. He was a member of the faculty at Subotica Law School (1928–39) and a faculty member of Belgrade School of Economics (1939–41). From the end of the Second World War until his death he was a faculty member of Zagreb Faculty of Economics and Business. He was a participant of various international conferences such as The Paris Peace Conference (1946). From 1947 onwords he was a regular member of Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts. In 1960 he was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award. (Source: enciklopedija.hr)
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Mijo Mirković Award winners of 2021

Category B2
izv. prof. dr. sc. Mihaela Mikić, Tin Horvatinović, univ. spec. oec. i doc. dr. sc. Ivana Kovač
„Climbing up the regional intellectual capital tree: an EU entrepreneurial ecosystem analysis“
 
Category C
Prof. dr. sc. Josip Tica
„Makroekonomija II“