Bojan Bozovic

Principal Consultant, Inclusive Growth

Six years of international development experience specialising in private sector development.

Bojan’s diverse private sector development experience ranges from promoting foreign investment and encouraging domestic SME growth while working for the Serbian government, to providing policy recommendations to governments for an international organisation, and to carrying out detailed economic and sector analyses for a think-tank.

At IMC, Bojan has led a multinational team that laid the foundation for a database of social enterprises and is also providing programme management support to the International Climate Fund: Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation project.

Bojan also has a keen interest in monitoring and evaluation (M&E). He has carried out detailed economic and sector analyses and surveys in Serbia, developed indicators while at the OECD, and recently begun an M&E engagement assessing the effectiveness of DFID’s regional approaches to development in Africa. 

Prior to joining IMC, Bojan worked at the Center for Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES – Belgrade, Serbia), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD – Paris, France), the Serbia Export and Investment Promotion Agency (SIEPA – Belgrade, Serbia) and in IBM’s public sector consulting (Washington, DC, USA). 

“It has been said before, but is worth repeating: private sector development is the engine of development. A thriving private sector is the key to economic growth, poverty reduction, and the livelihood and empowerment of individuals.”


  • MSc, International Development, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, UK
  • BS, Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA


Development of a Knowledge Base of Social Enterprises, Global – World Bank

Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant, Study of Regional Approaches, Africa – DFID