Marko Vladisavljević is a researcher at the FREN and Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia. He recently obtained a PhD in Econometrics from the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade. During his career he worked as a consultant for the World bank, ILO and UN and have received numerous scholarships for academic and applied research projects. His scientific activity is mainly focused in the fields of applied labour economics, wage and income inequality, subjective well-being, and econometrics, as well as on the impact of institutional factors on these labour market outcomes. He particularly focuses on labour market dualities such as gender inequalities, public / private duality, and focuses on the region of the Western Balkans and Eastern Europe. His work often results in recommendations for decision-makers in the fields of economic and social policy, and has been used extensively by the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy of the Serbian Government; as well as Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia. His recent work has been published in academic journals such as Labour Economics and Cambridge Journal of Economics, VOLUNTAS, Economics of Transition and Psychological Reports, while his work has also been published in several books chapters for distinguished international publishers such as Palgrave and Springer.