Natalija Mirić

Name and surname: Natalija Mirić

Institution: University of Belgrade Faculty of Geography

Title: Assistant Professor

Areas of scientific interest: Life course analysis, qualitative and quantitative methods analysis, fertility and family, economic demography, human wellbeing.

Short biography: Natalija Mirić is an Assistant Professor at Department of Demography of University of Belgrade Faculty of Geography (July 2020-present). She holds a PhD in Demography from University of Belgrade, Faculty of Geography (2019). She is engaged in delivery of lectures and exercises at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral studies at Department of Demography. In addition, she is engaged in teaching at the master’s program at the University of Belgrade, Computation in Social Sciences. Her current research interests include fertility, family and human wellbeing. In these topics she published about 10 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals, university book, and chapter in the scientific monograph. She has been a member of several international scientific organization (European Association of Population Studies EAPS and Sequence Analysis Association SAA) and she attended in more than 10 scientific conference in Serbia and abroad. During 2019 she trained in the field of application of advanced statistical methods in demography at the University of Geneva. She participated at the SLLS Summer School on longitudinal and life course research in organization of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research. She was the member in the realization of 4 scientific projects.

Project title: Population Dynamics under Environmental Challenges in Serbia
Program: PRISMA,
Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia
Subprogram: Social and humanities sciences

Project ID: 7358
Starting date: 01.12.2023.
Project duration: 3 years

Principal investigator:
Natalija Mirić
Professor Assistant
University of Belgrade
Faculty of Geography
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