Events


Once in a month, ZEI will organize the exchange of research ideas through various lectures and encourage discussion within the scientific community.

Second online webinar


On Thursday, February 18, 2021 starting at 1 pm, second online webinar organized by the Institute for Euro-Asian Studies was held.

Professor Alexandr Svetlicinii (University of Macau) presented his book: “Chinese State Owned Enterprises and EU Merger Control”. Along with him, the reviewer of the book, Full professor Jasminka Pecotić Kaufman (Department of Law, FEB) gave an interesting insight of the book. The webinar was moderated by Associate Professor Kosjenka Dumančić - Director of the Institute for Euro-Asian Studies and Vice Dean for International Cooperation and Projects (FEB). Afterwards, a short discussion took place. We thank all the participants for their interest and active participation.




Ambassador of India Visits FEB & ZEI

On 28 January 2021, H. E. Raj Kumar Srivastava, Ambassador of the Republic of India to the Republic of Croatia, visited the Faculty of Economics and Business. He was hosted by FEB’s Management – Dean Full Professor Jurica Pavičić, PhD, vice deans Assoc. Prof. Kosjenka Dumančić, PhD and Assoc. Prof. Sanja Sever Mališ, PhD, and Asst. Prof. Velibor Mačkić, PhD- special advisor to the President of the Republic of Croatia for the economy.


On that occasion Ambassador Srivastava was introduced to the work of the Faculty and FEB’s Institute for Euro-Asian Studies. The hosts and the honorable guest discussed the possibilities of cooperation with an emphasis on joint international projects.



First lecture organized by ZEI has been held. We want to thank our lecturers and all of you who attended the lecture and actively participated.


First lecture organized by ZEI will be held on December, 18, 2020 at 1 pm on the following link: https://meet.google.com/tvc-bshk-znt


Background

The authors analyze the EU legal framework for the supervision of foreign direct investment in the EU, implementation solutions in five EU Member States from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and consider the state and prospects of regulation of foreign direct investment in the Republic of Croatia.