Amar Numanović

Amar Numanović is a researcher & policy analyst with more than five years of experience working with think tanks, academia, international organizations and domestic NGOs. The areas of his research work are labor market policies, active welfare policies, industrial policies and development policies, with the focus on the effects of state economic interventionism on socioeconomic outcomes.
He is a master candidate in Economics and management of public sector and environment at the School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo and Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. He previously received an MA Degree in 2015 at the Department of Comparative Literature and Librarianship, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo.

Author's publications

Experience and Practice

Why policy advocates should pay more attention to data visualization?

Digital age is characterized by growing challenge: how to ensure that the produced information reach intended audience, considering immense amount of information that are daily disseminated and circulating on the web? How to ensure that the information is properly decoded having in mind that... More...
Experience and Practice

Data Science: The Next Frontier for Data-Driven Policy Making?

The rapid development of information and communication technologies (ICT) is significantly changing our data landscape, and influences everything - from our daily lives, to business, science and public governance. Data explosion is the term that describes the contemporary state of data production... More...
Politics and Standards, Communication and Advocacy

How employment policies are created in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

This article analyses impact of lack of data on policy-making in the field of government’s employment measures in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In that sense, inadequate data collection system, insufficient monitoring, analysis and evaluation of the implemented measures is key obstacle in creating... More...