Momir Đurović

Đurović, Momir

Đurović, Momir

Former President, Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts; Fellow, WAAS

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Former President, Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts; Fellow, WAAS

Momir Đurović is Former President, Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts and Fellow, World Academy of Art & Science. Apart from his theoretical publications on electrical engineering, he has contributed to, authored or co-authored more than 20 books. He has also been a consultant to many leading electrical companies, governments and professional associations around the world. He has been elected to many institutions, national scientific academies and professional associations. As Former Dean of the Electrical Engineering faculty at the University of Montenegro, he has served on many committees related to electrical engineering, informatics and energy issues worldwide.

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Higher Education and Small Countries
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract The world at large is essentially a world of small states, and in Europe, nearly two-thirds of the countries could be classified as ‘small’. Science, technology, education and innovation (STEI) are crucial drivers for an increase in national wealth and economic development; small countries are no exclusion. Education today is increasingly focusing on what is needed knowledge for a certain time, rather than being seen as the process to accumulate knowledge. The main...
Social Power, Social Responsibility & Science
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract Social power depends on the specific understandings in which one would motivate others to change in the way he intends them to change. Social responsibility is associated equally with individuals or organizations as well as with ethics. The classical view states that an organization’s only social responsibility is to maximize profits. Over the last few decades social responsibility has become increasingly important to the business world, in which case it is being...