Pavle Golicin

Member of the Governing Board

Pavle Golicin is an economist with a thorough understanding of labour and employment issues in the Western Balkans. Pavle worked as an advisor and senior programme officer for the UN agencies (UNDP and ILO) in the last 10 years. He took part in a number of regional research studies and evaluations of Government’s and international donors’ programmes, commissioned, inter alia, by the World Bank, the United Nations and the European Commission.



Pavle completed his masters in the European Political and Administrative Studies at the College of Europe in 2002. He has extensive knowledge of the EU institutions, programmes and mechanisms. Pavle’s full CV can be seen here.



Among others, his works and consultancies include: 


  • Evaluation of the Southeast Europe and the EU – Leadership Development Programme, European Fund for the Balkans, Belgrade, 2012.
  • Assessment of integrated employment and social services delivery, UN MDG Joint Programme ‘Youth Employment and Management of Migration in Serbia’, 2012 (with Branka Anđelković).
  • Analysis of the Youth Labour Market in Croatia, ILO Subregional Office, Budapest, 2011.
  • ‘Policy Responses of the Western Balkans Countries to the Global Economic Crisis and Their Social and Labor Market Impact’, World Bank International Conference on Poverty and Social Inclusion in the Western Balkans, Brussels, 2010 (with Mihail Arandarenko).
  • The G20 Country Assessment for Serbia: Assessing Country Employment and Social Protection Policy Responses to the Global Economic Crisis, ILO Subregional Office, Budapest, 2009.
  • ‘International Actors and Social Policy Developments in Serbia 2000-2006’, South-East European Research Centre, South Eastern Europe Volume, December 2006 (with Mihail Arandarenko). Also published in Social Policy in the Process of European Integration, Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade, 2006.