Aleksa Burmazovic
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Aleksa studied law and economics at the universities of Vienna and Belgrade, and is a speaker of 3 foreign languages. His experience ranges from asset management, to sales and open-source intelligence, the latter of which is his greatest interest. He is an avid reader and traveler - his daily book reviews focus primarily on policy, geography, intelligence and economics.


Latest Posts

In this Geoeconomics Podcast episode, Aleksa Burmazovic talks with Kurtis Lockhart from the Charter Cities Institute about how cities work, what governance must do to adapt, and how the next 15 years will look like in the governance and human cohabitation spaces.

A list of the top transport and logistics events of 2021.

In this Geoeconomics Podcast episode, Aleksa Burmazovic talks with Dr. Klaus Solberg Söilen about books, the state of global trade, and the future of economic science.

In this Geoeconomics Podcast episode, Aleksa Burmazovic talks with Amine Khalladi, the co-founder of Hashing Farms, operating out of Kish Free Zone in Iran.

In this Geoeconomics Podcast episode, Aleksa Burmazovic talks with Michael Bruno from Aviation Week Network.

In this Geoeconomics Podcast episode, Aleksa Burmazovic talks with Jonathan Nutzati from Mothership Aeronautics.

In this podcast episode, Aleksa Burmazovic speaks with Mark Beer and Dr. Andreas Baumgartner from the Metis Institute.

In this episode of the Geoeconomics Podcasts Aleksa Burmazovic speaks with Rajesh Kumar about the future of India's SEZs.

Countries across Africa are using SEZs to recover from the economic damage caused by COVID-19.

On this podcast, Aleksa Burmazović interviews Ainsley Brown, he is the regulatory, trade and monitoring director at JSEZA, Jamaica's special economic zone authority. Aleksa and Ainsley spoke about how a zone has commodity advantages and unique advantages - and how to identify them.

Our Report Of Hyve Events’ BreakBulk Shipping Summit in Dubai, the UAE.

A list of the top mining conferences and events in 2020.

What we saw at the 2nd International Shipping Law Forum in Athens, Greece

As a result of the Brexit, the UK is now legally allowed to create Special Economic Zones. Some in the UK have suggested created freeports to mitigate the impact of the hard Brexit.

A summary of the key forces driving Brazilian port privatization.