|Organisation||Ministry of Finance of Montenegro / Regional School of Public Administration (ReSPA)|
|Session||Practice Session 3 - Modern Human Resource Management for Better Public Governance|
|Presentation Title||Better Regulation Efforts in Western Balkans|
Ivan Radulović was born on August 18, 1984 in Podgorica, Montenegro. He finished elementary school in Podgorica while high school in Maine, USA. In 2006 he graduated from Berkeley College (USA) with Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business with the average grade of 9.90. In 2009 he obtained Master of Science with merit from University of Westminster – Westminster Business School (UK) in International Busienss Economics.
In September 2007 he started working in the Ministry of Finance as advisor while since 2013 he works as a head of Department for Regulatory Impact Assessment. During his work engagement he has coordinated different activities and tasks in the area of RIA implementation, European integration process, international cooperation and business environment improvement especially in areas of starting business, paying taxes, resolving insolvency and enforcing contracts.
Since the establishment of the Council for Improvement of Business Environment, Regulatory and Structural Reforms (2009) he has been a member of a team which has been providing administrative and professional support to the Council which is Governments’ advisory body. The role of the Council is to create favorable business conditions, foster economic growth necessary to improve the prosperity of all its citizens and to facilitate integration with the EU.
With regards to negotiation process with the EU he has been a member of the Negotiating Groups in two Chapters – 6 – Company Law and 20 – Enterprise and Industrial Policy. He is also a Member of the Regional Working Group for Better Regulation formed by RESPA (2015) with the aim to make regulatory reform a key vehicle for promoting support for economic recovery and growth and to integrate better regulation of Western Balkan countries into the EU accession process.