University of Belgrade

Institute for
Multidisciplinary Research

Vesela Radović
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Dr Vesela Radović

Senior Research Fellow (Research Associate Professor)

Department of Materials Science (MS)

Phone: +381-11/2078-308

E-mail: vesela.radovic@imsi.rs; veselaradovic@yahoo.com

Curriculum vitae

Education

 

2013: Ph.D. at the Faculty of Safety, Belgrade (Serbia), University of Belgrade. Dissertation title: “Fire protection of sacral objects in Vojvodina region.”

 

2010: M.Sc. in fire safety protection, Faculty of Work Protection, University in Nis.

 

Work Experience

 

2015-present: Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, University of Belgrade.

 

2012-2015: Acting dean , Faculty of Applied Security, EDUCONS University in Sremska Kamenica.

 

2008- 2012: Assistant professor, Faculty for Environmental Protection, EDUCONS University in Sremska Kamenica.

 

2001-2008:Counsellor for civil protection, The Ministry of Defence, The Department for emergency situations, Novi Sad.

 

1990- 2001: Counsellor for scientific research work, The Provincials Secretary for Education, Culture and Science, Pristine, Kosovo.

 

Research Interests

 

• Environmental security.

• Risk management.

• Disaster management.

• General safety and security.

 

International cooperation

 

Prof dr  Ali Gheith,  Emergency and Disaster Management at Metropolitan College of New York in New York City.

Prof dr Tim Bedford, Decision and Risk Analysis, the Management Science Department of the Business School, Strathclyde University, Glasgow.

Dr Ekaterina Arabska ,  University of Agribusiness and Rural Development- UARD University, Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

 

Fellowships

 

Fulbright- Humphrey Fellow Tulane University, New Orleans (United States).

 

Other Professional Activities

 

• Membership: American Public of Health Association, Fulbright association in the Republic of Serbia, State alumni of USA.

 

Representative publications


Books

1.

Radović V. (2020) Emergency Management/Response. In: Leal Filho W., Azul A.M., Brandli L., Özuyar P.G., Wall T. (eds) Climate Action. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable -Development Goals. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-95885-9_66. – ID=1618

2.

Vesela Radović (2019). SDG 16 Peace and Justice- Challenges, Action and the Way Forward. Emerald Publishing. Series Concise guides to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Eds Walter Leal Filho, and Mark Mifsud. – ID=1616

3.

Radovic V. M. (2017). Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility and Disaster Risk Reduction: A Serbian Overview. In M. Camilleri (Ed.), CSR 2.0 and the New Era of Corporate Citizenship (pp. 147-164). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. (M14) – ID=1302

4.

Radović V., Mercantini, J.M., The Importance of Risk Communication as an Integral Part of Risk Management in the Republic of Serbia.’’ In book Risk and Cognition. Eds Mercantini, J.M., Faucher C. Verlag Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pgs. 61-88. 2015 ISBN: 978-3-662-45704-7 , doi: 10.1007/978-3-662-45704-3
– ID=1134

5.

Radović V., Andrejević A.: Environmental Terrorism as a Threat on Serbian Water Infrastructure Sector-through the lens of Regional Perspective, In: Comprehensive Approach as’’ Sine Qua Non’’ for Critical Infrastructure Protection. Eds, D.Čaleta, V.Radović. IOS Press with NATO Emerging Security Challenges Division: Sub- Series D Information and Communication Security Vol 39, pgs. 135-150, 2015.
ISSN: 1874-6268 (PB), doi: 10.3233/978-1-61499-478-7-135
– ID=1135

6.

Radović V., Trivan D.: Do We Really Understand Why Environment Became an Important Task for the Intelligence Community in the Global world? In: Intelligence and combating terrorism-new paradigm and future challenges. Eds.: D Caleta and P. Shemela. Published by Institute for Corporative Security Studies-ICS, Ljubljana, Slovenia and Centre for Civil –Military Relations, Naval Postgraduate School Monterey USA, pgs. 53-66. 2014 ISBN: 978-961-92860-8-1, CIP 005.922.1
– ID=1136

7.

Radović V.: The Mitigation of the Agro-Terrorism Threat to the Republic of Serbia, In: Managing the Consequences of Terrorist Acts – Efficiency and Coordination Challenges. Ed, Čaleta, D., Shemella, P. Institute for Corporative Security Studies-ICS, Ljubljana, Slovenia, and Centre for Civil Military Relations , Naval Postgraduate Scholl Monterey, USA, Ljubljana, Slovenia, pgs.199-211,2012. ISBN: 978-961-92860-5-0, CIP 005.931.11
– ID=1137

8.

Radović V., Serbian Efforts to Combat Corporate Corruption- A Strong Foundation for a Future Sustainable Development . In Corporate Security-Open Dilemmas in the Modern Information Society. Eds, D. Čaleta, M.Vršec, B.Ivanc. Institute for Corporative Security Studies-ICS, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Belgrade, pgs. 33-44, 2014. ISBN: 978-961-92860-9-8
– ID=1138

9.

Nikolić V., Vasović D., Galjak M., Radović V.: Environmental management system, green manufacturing and corporate learning from the discourse of sustainable development. Metalurgia International, Volume XVIII (2013) number 3. pgs. 1582-2214. ISSN: 1582-2214
– ID=1150

10.

Prokić D., Radović V., Stepanov J., Ćurčić Lj.: Application of s/s method in the treatment of contaminated soil from non-sanitary landfills in the republic of Serbia, . Metalurgia International, Volume XVIII (2013) number 4. pgs 311-316 ISSN: 1582-2214
– ID=1151

11.

Radović V., Majeed, H., H.. The Importance of Critical Infrastructure during Disasters: The Great Challenge for the First Responders. In National Critical Infrastructure Protection-Regional Perspective. Eds, Z.Keković, D. Čaleta, Ž.Kešetović, Z. Jeftić. Faculty of Security, Belgrade and Institute for Corporative Security Studies-ICS, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Belgrade, pgs. 279-288, 2013. ISBN: 978-86-84069-84-1
– ID=1139

12.

Radović V., Andrejević A.: Serbian Efforts to Improve Environmental and overall Security in Black Sea Regional Cooperation, In Black Sea Energy Resource development and Hydrogen Energy Problems. Eds Veziroglu,A., Tsitskishvulli, M. Springer Publishing, IOS Press: Series C Environmental Security, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pgs.271-290, 2013. ISBN: 978-94-007-6157-5 (PB), ISBN: 978-94-007-6152-0 (e –book)
– ID=1140

13.

Radović V., Mitić P., Raspopović N.: Implementation concept of ‘’Business crises and continuity management’’ a great challenge in the recovery process of Serbian Economy.’’ In Management of Corporate Security-New Approaches and Future Challenges. Eds, Čaleta, D., Vršec., M. . Institute for Corporative Security Studies-ICS, Ljubljana, Slovenia, pgs.115-128, 2013. ISBN: 978-961-92860-7-4, CIP 005.922.1
– ID=1141

14.

Radović V., Kekovic Z.: Improving Corporate Sectors Responses to Extreme Weather Events in the Republic of Serbia, In: Corporate security in dynamic global environment: challenges and risks. Ed, D Caleta. Institute for Corporative Security Studies-ICS, Ljubljana, Slovenia, pgs. 215-226, 2012. ISBN: 978-961-92860-3-6
– ID=1144

15.

Komatina Petrović S.,.Radović V. : Hydro geoseismological methods for earthquake prediction. Ecological scientific center, Russia, 1, pgs 1729-5459. ISSN: 1729-5459
– ID=1149

16.

Radović V.: Climate Change and Adop¬tion Strategies: A Report from the Republic of Serbia, In: National Security and Human Health Implications of Climate Change. Ed, HSJ Fernando, ZB Klaic, JL McCully. Springer Publishing, NATO Science for Peace and Se¬curity: Series C Environmental Security, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pgs. 95-102, 2012. ISBN: 978-94-007-2500-3 (PB), ISBN 978-94-007-2430-3 (e –book),
doi: 10.1007/978-94-007-2430-3
– ID=1142

17.

Radović V.: Protecting and improving water quality in Vojvodina, In: Environmental and Food safety and Security for South-East Europe and Ukraine. Ed, K Vitale. Springer Publishing, Series C Environmental Security, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pgs. 189-202, 2012. ISBN: 978-94-007-2955-1 (PB), ISBN 978-94-007-2953-7 (e –book), doi: 10.1001/978-94-007-2953-7
– ID=1143

Peer-reviewed international journals

1.

Radović V., Iglesias I. (2020) Extreme Weather Events: Definition, Classification, and Guidelines towards Vulnerability Reduction and Adaptation Management. In: Leal Filho W., Azul A.M., Brandli L., Özuyar P.G., Wall T. (eds) Climate Action. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319–95885-9_68 – ID=1617

2.

Maha Al Zubi, Radović V. (2018). SDG 11 Sustainable Cities and Communities. Towards Inclusive, Safe, and Resilient Settlements. Emerald Publishing. Series Concise guides to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Eds. Walter Leal Filho, and Mark Mifsud. – ID=1619

3.

Domazet S., Radović V., Cvijanovic D. (2016). Challenges of increasing competitiveness of Serbian agro-industry in the process of mitigation of emergency situation. Economics of Agriculture, 2016 (63) 3 (767-779) (M24). – ID=1296

4.

Radović V., Domazet S. (2016), Konkurentnost privrede Repubčlike Srbije u kontekstu pretnji od postojećih vanrednih situacija, Ecologica, Beograd, Srbija 23 (82):211-216. (M51) – ID=1303

5.

Domazet S., Radović V. (2016). Izazovi implementacije savremenih standarda u aktivnostima organizacija u cilju nastavka poslovanja, Ecologica, Beograd, Srbija 23 (82):349-354. (M51) – ID=1304

6.

Radović V., Keković Z., Agić S.: Development a Comprehensive Food Safety System in Serbia- A Narrative Review Article, Iranian J Publ Health, 43 (7): 889-902, 2014. http://ijph.tums.ac.ir/index.php/IJPH. ISSN: 0304-4556
– ID=1145

7.

Radović V., Vitale K., Tchounwou PB.: Health facilities safety in natural disasters: experiences and challenges from South East Europe, Int J Environ Res Publ Health, 9 (5):1677-1686, 2012. ISBN: 1661-7827. Public, Environmental & Occupational Health (44/250), IF=2.701.
– ID=1146

8.

Radović V., Komatina Petrović S.: From failure to success: Serbian approach in mitigation of global climate change and extreme weather events, J. of Environmental Protection and Ecology, 4 (13), pgs 2207-2214, 2012. ISBN: 1311-5065
– ID=1147

9.

Radović V., Ćurčić Lj.: The Opportunities of Crises and Emergency Risk Communication in Activities of Serbian Public Health Workforce in Emergencies, Iranian J Publ Health, 41 (10): 15-23, 2012. ISSN: 0304-4556
– ID=1148

10.

Radović, V. Pejanović, R., Marinčić , D. Extreme weather and climatic events on agriculture as a risk of sustainable development, pgs 181-191. Economics of Agriculture, Year 62 (1): 1-284, 2015. UDC: 631:572.021:502.131.1 UDC: 338.43:63 ISSN 0352-3462
– ID=1153

Scientific meetings

1.

Radović V. (2016),Ekološki rizici kao pretnja održivosti organizacije i šire zajednice. Zbornik radova s konferencije Management&Safety, 2016 Vrnjačka Banja, 24-25, Мај, 2012. Vol 3, knjiga 3, стране 161-170. (M33) – ID=1297

2.

Radović V., Vujić B., Arabska E. (2016) Raising awareness about linkage between environmental contamination risk and providing food security to population in the Republic of Serbia Urban EKO V International Conference „Ecology of urban areas“ 28-30. September, 2016, Palic, Serbia. (M33) – ID=1298

3.

Radović V., Krnjajić D., Ilić B. (2016) Providing food security having in mind one risk more-plant pest and disaseses. XXIV International Conference Ecological Truth, Eco –Ist116, 12-15. June, 2016, Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia. (M33) – ID=1299

4.

Radović V., Domazet S. (2016) Increasing organization competitiveness in emergencies avoiding unethical and irregular behavior – great dilemma in risky world, 7th International Scientific conference „Contemporary Trends in Social Control of Crime“, Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia 30-31 May 2016 (M33) – ID=1300

5.

Domazet S., Radović V. (2016) Migrants: New challenges for the EU, 7th International Scientific conference „Contemporary Trends in Social Control of Crime“, Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia 30-31 May 2016. (M33) – ID=1301

6.

Radović V., Vitale K., Tchounwou PB. (2012) Health facilities safety in natural disasters: experiences and challenges from South East Europe, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 9 (5):1660-4601, 2012. – ID=1620

7.

Pucarević, M., Bursić, V., Lazić, S., Radović, V., Đurović, R., Šunjka, D., Grahovac M.: Trends of dithiocarbamate residues in raspberries in the Republic of Serbia over the period 2007/2010, Acta horticulturae, X International Rubus & Ribes symposium, Zlatibor, Serbia, No 946 pp.327-332, June 22-26, 2011. – ID=1152