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Branko Grčić

Branko Grčić
Deputy Prime Minister
Incumbent
Assumed office
23 December 2011
Prime Minister Zoran Milanović
Minister of Regional Development and EU Funds
Incumbent
Assumed office
23 December 2011
Prime Minister Zoran Milanović
Preceded by Ministry created
Personal details
Born (1964-04-16) 16 April 1964
Knin, SFR Yugoslavia
Political party Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Alma mater University of Split

Branko Grčić (born 16 April 1964) is a Croatian politician and economist. In 1987 he graduated on the Faculty of Economics in the University of Split. He got his masters degree in economics in 1990 and received a Doctorate on the same university in 1996. Since 2005 he had been a regular professor and later became Dean of the Faculty of Economics in Split. He has published over 60 scientific works focusing on macroeconomics and regional economics. He is a member of the Croatian branch of the European Regional Science Association. Since December 23, 2011 he has been the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Regional Development and EU Funds in the centre left Government of Zoran Milanović.[1]

References

  1. ^ prof.dr.sc. Branko Grčić, vlada.hr
Political offices
Preceded by
Slobodan Uzelac and Domagoj Ivan Milošević
Deputy Prime Minister
Serving alongside with Radimir Čačić, Neven Mimica and Milanka Opačić

2011–
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Ministry created
Minister of Regional Development and EU Funds
2011–
Succeeded by
Incumbent
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