Ana ODOROVIĆ (f) is a Lecturer at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, and a PhD candidate at the Graduate School in Law and Economics at the University of Hamburg supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG). She also works as a research assistant in a number of projects concerning development of alternative finance and regulation at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Judge Business School (University of Cambridge). In 2018, she was a visiting doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford, Faculty of Law. Her broad research interests include law and economics, financial regulation and competition policy, while her current research focus is alternative finance. She has also developed an interest in scholarship related to women entrepreneurship and access to finance. Ana Odorović holds an LL.M. degree in business law from the Panthéon-Assas University (Paris 2, France) and a master degree in Economics from the University of Belgrade (Serbia).
Some of her publications are: The “new” paternalism in consumer credit regulation: when, why, and how?, The Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, Vol. 66 (4/2018); “Why do borrowers choose suboptimal mortgage contracts? A behavioural economics approach”, The Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, Vol. 65 (4/2017); “The economic rationale for placing all financial-return crowdfunding under the same (EU) regulatory umbrella”, Conference of the Young Researchers Group of the European Banking Institute (YRG EBI) `Bridging the gaps in EU Financial regulation`, Warsaw, 2018; “Should regulators mandate disclosure requirements in equity crowdfunding?“, 2nd European Alternative Finance Conference, Utrecht, 2018.