Bulatović Aleksandra

Research Fellow
aleksandra.bulatovic@instifdt.bg.ac.rs

 

CURRICULUM VITAE (pdf)


PhD
Human Rights in Contemporary Anti Organised Crime Policy, Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, 2016.

M.A.
Legal position of the Serbian National Minority in Croatia: Standards of International Law and Realities on the Ground, South East European Studies at History Department, Central European University, Budapest, 2000.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
1997 Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade

 

Aleksandra Bulatović is affiliated to the Institute of Philosophy and Social Theory in Belgrade, as Research Associate. She earned her SJD degree from the Law Faculty, University of Belgrade and master’s degree from the Central European University in Budapest. Her doctoral dissertation is on the role of human rights in contemporary anti–organised crime policy design.

Her primary academic expertise is in non–conventional soft security, the theories of human rights and the relationship between philosophical practice and collective well–being. She has also worked on applied ethics, especially on the development of ethics for the security sector. Currently, she focuses in her research on the proportionality between repressive and non–repressive models of fighting organized crime, the role of individual segments of the social system in this process, or a ‘division of labour’ between the institutions and civil society actors, and the modalities of combining measures associated with criminal legislation and criminal justice system, and those which are in the area of social policy, thus unrelated to criminal justice per se. Her most special interest is in human security as it relates to the achievement of optimum life quality, e.g. in the theories of human rights and the relationship between philosophical practice and collective well–being.

 

Past Affiliations

Research Associate, Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research, Belgrade.
Research Assistant, Institute for International Politics and Economics, Belgrade.

 

Selected publications

  • Bulatović, A, Pavićević, O. Ilijić, Lj. (2019) Resilience: asymmetries of macro processes and micro-practices, Belgrade: Institute for Criminological and Sociological Research.
  • Bulatović A, (with Pavićević, O.) (2018) Feminist criticism of the resilience concept: Transformation of the subversive into the normative), Sociology, 60(1): 127–141.
  • Bulatović, A. (2016), “Ethics as an Element of Professional Subculture in the Intelligence Profession”, Kultura polisa, XIII(30): 351–362. (in Serbian)
  • Bulatović, A. (2015), “Restorative Justice and the Relationship between Perpetrator and Victim of Crime”, Temida, 3–4: 131–143. (in Serbian)
  • Bulatović, A. (2014), “Well–Being, Capabilities and Philosophical Practice”, Philosophy and Society, XXV (4): 105–120.
  • Bulatović, A., Fatić, A., Korać, S. (2013), Ethics of Criminal Intelligence, Institute for Politics and Economics, Belgrade. (in Serbian)
  • Bulatović, A., Fatić, A. (2007), “Centralisation of Intelligence Agencies and the Role of Private Intelligence”, in: CIPI Papers, Brussels: Italian Centre for International Perspectives, 10–18.
  • Bulatović, A., Korać, S. (eds.) (2006), Corruption and the Formation of a Modern Serbian State, Belgrade: The Management Centre and Institute for Criminological and Sociological Research. (in Serbian)
  • Bulatović, A., Radovanović, D. (eds.) (2005), Corruption, Belgrade: The Management Centre and Institute for Criminological and Sociological Research. (in Serbian)

 

Other Professional Activities

She is currently completing work on monograph titled “Black economy and black society” that aims at offering a specific perspective on organized crime in which the consequences and criminal assets are element of major consideration, with the aim of assessing models of fight against organized crime. She is also currently involved in several research projects: on virtue as a motivating factor and the ultimate goal of everything that people do and think, within the concept of human development; the broader impact of the crisis on the construct of personality identity; and, about the role processes of apology and forgiveness processes have in advancing individual resilience and community resilience.

 

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