Lidija ŽIVKOVIĆ (f), LL.M. (WU, Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law Vienna), LL.M. (University of Belgrade Faculty of Law), is an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, Department of Economics, where she currently teaches Tax Law. Before academia, she gained practical experience in the Belgrade Commercial Court and KPMG Belgrade, Tax & legal department. She was awarded many scholarships, including scholarships by the Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund Association, the Serbian Fiscal Society (Serbian IFA branch), and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia scholarship for young researchers.
Some of her publications are: „Real estate proviso as an anti-abuse rule in Serbian Tax Treaties”, in: Identity Transformation of Serbia, Belgrade 2019; “Corporate Exit Taxes in European Union Law”, Pravni život, 10/2018; “Anti-avoidance Measures of General Nature and Scope – GAAR and Other Rules”, IFA Cahier de Droit Fiscal International, 2018, Vol. 103 A/B (co-author with D. Popović and G. Ilić-Popov); “Implementing Key BEPS Actions – Where Do We Stand? National Report for Serbia”, IBFD, 2019 (co-author with S. V. Kostić); “Taxpayers’ Rights in Serbia: The Existing Framework and Much-needed Improvements”, Tax Notes International, 9/2018; “Mutual Agreement Procedure in the Light of the BEPS Action Plan”, Harmonius – Journal of Legal and Social Studies in SEE, 2017.