All articles by: Dita Dobranja

Dita Dobranja is an economist focused on labor market economics, gender economics, and international trade. She has a master’s degree in international economics at the American University in Washington DC. Dita works as an economist in various projects, she currently teaches at RIT Kosovo and is also editor of Feminist Economics and an author on the “Exploring Economics” platform.

Perspectives | Economy

PAN’s policy-making continued one-size-fits-men trend

By - 26.09.2019

Outgoing administration, like those before it, did nothing to make policies work for women.

Perspectives | Economy

The covered-up stagnation of the private sector

By - 06.06.2019

Behind Kosovo’s acclaimed ‘ease of doing business,’ private enterprise struggles.