ABOUT THE AUTHORS
 
 
 
Admir Cavalic, Damir Becirovic and Amela Beslagic
 
 
 
Admir Cavalic is the founder and director of "Multi," the pioneer and largest libertarian association in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Cavalic is a PhD student at the Faculty of Economics in Tuzla and an active lecturer at this and other faculties in the country. He is a director of the OPEN festival, the largest libertarian festival in Europe.

Damir Becirovic is a professor and director of International Business Information Academy - IPIA in Tuzla. He will finish his Ph.D. studies in February 2019. on the topic "Strategies for improving the competitive capability of marginal capital markets", at Faculty of Economics, University in Tuzla. Before his academic carrier, he worked as a loans officer in the banking sector and regional sales manager in the pharmacy industry. Damir Becirovic is the author of different scientific paper on topics that relate to finance and banking, but also the implementation of new technologies in business sectors.

Amela Beslagic was born on June 20, 1987. After finishing high school, she enrolled at the Faculty of Economics Tuzla she she received the award of University of Tuzla for her outstanding success during her studies. At the same faculty, she completed successfully her postgraduate studies by acquiring the title of Master of Economics. She began her career in 2010 as a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Tuzla, Department of Marketing. After 4 years, she continues her career at International Business-Information academy Tuzla as a lecturer at the Department of Market communications. Since 2018 she has been employed in the Taxes Bureau of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina as taxes advisor. As a (co)author she wrote many scientific papers in national and international publications. Interests: consumer behavior, marketing communication, consumer ethnocentrism.
 
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Journal of Liberty and International Affairs | Vol. 4, No. 3 | January 2019
 
 
 
STUDENT AND PARENTAL ATTITUDES TOWARDS VOUCHERIZATION OF EDUCATION
Admir Cavalic, Damir Becirovic and Amela Beslagic
 
 
 
 
Abstract
 
Voucher system of education implies the use of vouchers as instruments of financing public and private education. Unlike the traditional ways of financing education, the voucher system creates the assumptions for increasing the freedom of choice regarding educational programs within different levels of education. Paper will use scientific methods of systematization and analysis of existing literature regarding school vouchers, in order to give a critical review of the influence of vouchers on increasing the competitiveness of education. The paper will also present the results of the research of student and parental attitudes about towards voucherization of education. Research sample includes respondents from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Croatia and Republic of Serbia. Along with the conclusion, the paper also offers some recommendations regarding the use of vouchers for the improvement of local education systems.
 
 
Keywords
 
education; education management; education vouchers
 
 
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