Position: Research Advisor
Job title: Head of Department for International Economic and Political Relations
Ana-Maria Boromisa took her doctorate at the Economics Faculty in Zagreb (2004), a master’s in European Studies, College of Europe, Natolin, Poland (1995) and her first degree at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Zagreb (1994). She works at the Institute for Development and International Relations in Zagreb since 1996. Currently, she is research adviser and head of the Department for International Economic and Political Relations. She was a member of the Croatian Energy Regulatory Council (2001-2005) and of the IRMO management board (2006-2012). In the period 2013-2017 she was the president of the IRMO Scientific Council.
Her research interests include trade policy, energy economics and environmental economics. In these areas Ana-Maria Boromisa manages projects, publishes papers, teaches, presents papers and gives speeches at lectures and conferences. She teaches at postgraduate level at the University of Zagreb (the Advanced Master of European Studies Programme at the Faculty of Political Science and Preparation and Implementation of EU-funded projects). She writes and speaks in Croatian and English, and also uses French and German.