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Dipl.-Ing. Ivan MIKLOS Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava

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1979-1983 University of Economics, Bratislava, National Economy Faculty specialised in long-range planning and forecasting
1983-1987 Assistant Professor, University of Economics, Bratislava
1987-1990 Senior Assistant Professor, University of Economics, Bratislava
1990 Advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic
1990-1991 Director, Department of Economic and Social Policy, Office of the Government of the Slovak Republic
1991-1992 Minister for Administration and Privatization of National Property of the Slovak Republic
1992-1998 Executive Director and President of the Economic think-tank M.E.S.A. 10
1993 London School of Economics
1994-1998 Lecturer, Trnava University - Slovakia
  Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Slovak Republic
1997-1998 Member of Supervisory Board National Property Fund of the Slovak Republic
1998-2002 Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs of the Slovak Republic
2002 Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of Transport, Post and Telecommunications of the Slovak Republic
2002-2006 Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Slovak Republic
since 2006 Member of Parliament/National Council of Slovak Republik

Memberships

Civic Democratic Union, 1992-1993
Democratic Party, 1993-2000
Windsor group, since 1993
International advisors group of New Atlantic initiative, since 1995
World economic forum-Global leader for tomorrow, since 1999
Slovak Democratic and Christian Union, since 2001
Faculty of Economics and Public Administration, University of Economics Prague, Member of Scientific Board, since 2006
EWS Europäischer Wirtschaftssenat, Honorary senator, since 2007

Publications

Corruption Risks in the Privatization Process, Windsor Club, 1995
Economic Conditions of Municipalities in Slovakia, MESA10, 1995
Analysis of the Macroeconomic Development in 1993-1995 in Slovakia, MESA 10, 1996
A New System of Funding Municipalities. Proposal for a Radical Change, MESA 10, 1996
Dozens professional and semi popular economic oriented articles published in Slovak economic journals and newspapers

Awards

Honorary degree in Law, Alma College, Michigan, USA, 2000
Political Entrepreneurship Award 2004, SME Union and European Enterprise Institute, 2004
Minister of Finance of the year 2004, awarded by Euromoney magazine; European taxpayers association award; Annual prize of Entrepreneurs association of Slovakia, 2005
EWS Award 2006 (European economic senate), 2007