"Nikola Pašić" Library

The Economics Institute’s library has more than 26,000 titles, of which around 15,000 monographs, 8,100 national and international journals, 1,700 statistical publications and about 1,400 archive editions of the projects and scientific papers authored by national and international experts. Its users are students, postgraduate students and scholars.

In addition to the professional literature and publications, which resulted from the Economics Institute’s continuous activities and research, the library has a substantial documentation fund which is the basic cultural value ​​of the society. During the longstanding existence and activities, the library gathered priceless collection of books, encyclopedias, statistical and other publications, thus possessing today some very rare editions of the early twentieth century.

The Economics Institute’s library was founded in 1947. The representative area in which the library has been located since 1991 and where the meetings organized by Economics Institute are held, i.e. presentations of Macroeconomic Analyses and Trends journal as well as roundtables on important social and economic topics, belonged to Nikola Pašić, Serbian and later Yugoslav prime minister who negotiated the union of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. The library was named "Nikola Pašić" in his honor. 

In 1995, the library became a part of the "Svetozar Marković" University library system.  Besides cooperation with the University Library, the Economics Institute’s library has also developed strong professional collaboration with the National Library of Serbia.