Mirna Jusić



Public policy / methods of policy analysis

Public administration / public services

Local governance / decentralization

Social policy


Mirna Jusić has been a researcher at the Center for Social Research Analitika since 2009. Mirna holds an MA degree in Public Policy from the Department of Public Policy, Central European University, Budapest. She also holds an MA Degree in State Management and Humanitarian Affairs, an international joint master program of Sapienza University of Rome, University of Sarajevo and University of Belgrade. She is currently a PhD student of the Public and Social Policy program at the Institute of Sociological Studies of Charles University in Prague.  She has written a number of research reports and articles, inter alia in the fields of public administration, local governance and social policy.

Work Experience

Lecturer in Public Policy, Department of Political Science and International Relations, SSST - Sarajevo School of Science and Technology (02-06/2012)

Editor, Mediacentar Sarajevo (2007-2008)

Consultant, UNICEF BiH (06-09/2007)

Information and Communication Consultant, UN FAO BiH (2006-2007)

Correspondent, Transitions Online Magazine (2004-2007)


PhD (expected in 2017), Public and Social Policy, Institute of Sociological Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Master of Arts (2009), Public Policy, Department of Public Policy, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Master of Arts (2006), State Management and Humanitarian Affairs, joint international degree of the University of Sarajevo, University of Rome “La Sapienza” and University of Belgrade

Bachelor of Arts (2004), Journalism, Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York