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Ivan MIKLOŠ
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Slovak Republic

Ivan MIKLOŠ

Born: 2nd June 1960, Svidník, Czechoslovakia
Nationality: Slovak
Marital status: Married, two children.

Education:
1979-1983: Faculty of Macroeconomics of the University of
Economics in Bratislava, specialising in long-term
planning and prognosis
1993: London School of Economics, London, Great Britain

Employment to date:
1983-1987: Assistant, University of Economics, Bratislava
1987-1990: Expert Assistant, University of Economics, Bratislava
1990: Advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic responsible for economic reform
1990-1991: Director of the Department of Economic and Social Policy, Slovak Republic Government Office
1991-1992: Minister of Privatisation of the Slovak Republic
1992-1998: Executive Director and President of the M.E.S.A. 10 organisation
1994-1998: Lecturer at Trnava University on the subject of economic transformation
1997-1998: Member of the Supervisory Board of the National Property Fund
1998: Designated First Vice-President of the East-West Institute, New York
1998: Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic for the Economy

Political activities:
1992-1993: The Civil Democratic Union - First Deputy Chairman
1993-2000: The Democratic Party; Chairman in 1994
2001: The Slovak Democratic and Christian Union

Published writings, participation in conferences:
Dozens of studies, and articles in the expert and popular press; active participation in many expert conferences at home and abroad, primarily in the area of economic transformation and privatisation

Language skills:
Fluent English and Russian

Other:
Member of the Windsor Group (since 1993);
Member of the international advisory body, the New Atlantic Initiative (since 1995);
Member of the World Economic Forum - Global Leaders for Tomorrow (since 1999);
Awarded an honorary law degree by Alma College, Michigan, USA (2000)

Interests:
Sport (tennis, windsurfing, skiing)

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