Permanent research fellow
Igor Stipic (Bosnia-Herzegovina) received his BA, with a major in Economics in the USA, an MA in Economics and Regional Studies of Latin America at the University of Prague, and another MA in Political and Social Studies at Universidad Alberto Hurtado in Chile. His interests mainly lie in the fields of international relations, economics and politics. His primary areas of interest in terms of regions are Latin America and the Balkans. He focuses on the processes of social transformations and conflict resolution in the latter due to the fact that he comes from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Topics: Formation of Political Regime in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a result of type of transition to and consolidation of democracy after the Civil War; Constructing the ‘people’: Citizen Populism against ethnic hegemony in Bosnia-Herzegovina in light of the 2013-2014 protests; Social Mobilization and Political Crisis in Bosnia-Herzegovina