Anđelko Milardović, PhD, got his B.A. (1981) and M.Sc. (1986) at Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Zagreb. He got his PhD in 1987, at Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. He acquired additional education in Gottingen (1987.), Bonn (1991.), Vienna (1994.) and Heidelberg (1994.). From 1994 to 2002 he was the founder, director and editor of publishing house Pan Liber (Osijek). He is also the founder and director of Political Science research Centre (Zagreb), and from 1987 he is Research Adviser at the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (Zagreb).
He also worked as lecturer on course „Political marketing “(2012, Faculty of Economics in Osijek), and lecturer on course „Introduction to politology“ (2012, School of Public Relations and Media Kairos, Zagreb). He was also convener of the courses Political Science, History of Political Ideas and Contemporary Political Ideas and ideologies, University of Dubrovnik (2004) and the convener of the courses Political Science, Sociology of Politics and Contemporary Political Ideas and ideologies, Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb, (1997).
He also worked on several projects:
- Intercultural approach to ethnic diversity and identity: Croatia – Europe (IMIN, 2008-2012, head: Dr. Jadranka Čačić-Kumpes)
- Globalization of politics and reflection on the Croatian society and the State of 21st century (Poetical Research Center Zagreb, 2008-201; head)
- Croatia in the Globalization Process – reflection and anticipation of the future (Center for Political Research Zagreb, 2003-2006, head: Jasmina Lažnjak)
- Minorities in the Globalization Process (IMIN, 1997-2002; head)
Selected bibliography: http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=136492