Miroljub Labus was Professor of economics at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, until he retired in October 2015, and former Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia. He has received BA in law and PhD in economics from the University of Belgrade. Miroljub Labus’ current research is focused on dynamic macroeconomics, and economic analysis of anti-trust cases. He has valuable experience in statistics and applied general equilibrium modelling (CGE and DSGE). He set up statistical journal Economic trend, business survey Market barometer, and served as editor of the Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade. As Deputy Prime Minister, Miroljub Labus was instrumental in negotiating Serbia’s return to international financial institutions after a period of sanctions, settling the Country’s huge foreign debts, and promoting the SAA with the EU. After resigning from politics, Miroljub Labus founded in 2007 consulting firm Belox Advisory Services. He was since 2010 a senior advisor to the PricewaterhouseCoopers in Belgrade.