Marko Tomljanović, PhD, is an Associate Professor within the Department of International Economics at the University of Rijeka, Faculty of Economics and Business (EFRI). Besides being the Department Secretary, he is the holder of the Jean Monnet Chair on European Economic Integration and the Jean Monnet Module. He is engaged in lecture and seminar classes for several courses dealing with topics such as the European Union, European integrations, International Trade, etc. He is also engaged as a holder of the several scientific and professional projects founded by the national and international organization and authorities.

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