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Support program for postgraduate students from universities in Western Balkan region

Research Incubator is a support program for postgraduate students from universities in Western Balkan region, through a series of practical workshops in developing a research methodology in the field of social sciences. 

Participants who will be selected for the program, in addition to a series of workshops, will have access to data within the Data Archive for Social Sciences in Bosnia and Herzegovina – DASS-BiH, as well as access to literature, databases of research questions relevant to policy decision-making in BiH (Research Question Bank), software and other research tools (such as microsimulation models), training in specific research methods tailored to the needs of students, and the possibility of hiring researchers from the world’s leading universities as advisors (co-mentors).

Research Incubator is part of the InQuire network, through which participants, in addition to getting the support in designing research proposals, will have the opportunity to establish cooperation with institutions and donors as potential beneficiaries of the results of their research during the implementation of the program. Finally, participants will have the opportunity to use other resources of the CREDI Center, including assistance in collecting data in the field, and the possibility of additional engagement in other CREDI projects for all interested candidates.

 

Candidates and Topics in our Second Cohort from BiH:

Emnijeta Ahmetović

  • MA English Language and Literature
  • International BURCH University Sarajevo
  • PhD Candidate English Language and Literature International BURCH University Sarajevo

Students' and teachers' attitudes towards the integration of ICT at highschool: their ratings on integration barriers

Šuhreta Patković

  • dipl.oec
  • University of Zenica
  • Master studies at the Faculty of Economics, University of Zenica

Impact of the global crisis caused by the COVID -19 pandemic on economic inequality in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Šejla Sarač

  • Bachelor of Law
  • University of Sarajevo
  • Master studies at the University of Sarajevo – Faculty of Law, Course: European Union Law

Skills needed for green transformation

Sanjin Šahmanović

  • Master
  • Dzemal Bijedic University of Mostar
  • Master studies at The Faculty of Teacher Education at Dzemal Bijedic University of Mostar

Research methods in HRM

Candidates and Topics in our First Cohort from BiH:

Sajira Ajanovic

  • PhD candidate
  • University of Sarajevo
  • Economy

The Impact of Rising Household Debt on Systemic risk in Central and Eastern Europe

Nejra Dzananovic

  • Master
  • University of Sarajevo
  • Pedagogy

The role of volunteering and professional practices in the process of finding a job

Muhamed Karcic

  • Master candidate
  • University of Sarajevo
  • Psihology

Determinants of intergroup reconciliation between Bosniaks and Serbs: testing a needs-based model

Inga Kotlo

  • PhD candidate
  • University of Sarajevo
  • English language

The Role of Translation in Tourism Promotional Materials: A Discourse Analysis Perspective

Ilma Kurtovic

  • Master
  • University of Sarajevo
  • Pedagogy

Competency profile of the freelance bussiness model

Lana Lugonja

  • Master candidate
  • University of Banja Luka
  • Psihology

Digital Transformation in Education: Competencies, Attitudes and Needs of Primary School Teachers in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Amina Mocevic

  • PhD candidate
  • University of Sarajevo
  • Economy

Determinants of public debt at the subnational level in Federation of BiH

Nasir Muftic

  • PhD candidate
  • University of Sarajevo
  • Law

Responsibility for artificial intelligence

Hazim Okanovic

  • PhD candidate
  • University of Sarajevo
  • Administration

The Importance of Non-Governmental Organizations in Advocacy and Formulation of Public Policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Dalila Selimovic

  • PhD candidate
  • International University Sarajevo
  • Economy

Non-formal education and social policies

Anisa Sisic – Topalovic

  • PhD candidate
  • University of Sarajevo
  • Economy

Assessment of the Balassa – Samuelson effect in the Western Balkans countries

Lejla Zaimovic

  • Master
  • University of Sarajevo
  • Law

Mechanisms for reducing the number of cases of violation of the right to a trial within a reasonable time in civil cases in first and second instance cases in courts in BiH