Bruno Škrinjarić, PhD

Bruno Škrinjarić, PhD


  • 2012 – Doctoral studies in Economics, Center for Doctoral Studies in Economics, University of Mannheim, Germany and the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • 2010 – 2011 Master's degree in Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb
  • 2006 – 2011 Bachelor's degree in Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb

Employment and work experience

  • 2011 - Institute of Economics, Zagreb 

Fields of interest

  • applied econometrics 
  • economics of education
  • industrial economics

Selected Bibliography

  • Škrinjarić, B., Budak, J., & Rajh, E. (2019). Perceived quality of privacy protection regulations and online privacy concern. Ekonomska istraživanja-Economic Research, accepted for publication in Vol. 32.
  • Anić, I-D., Budak, J., Rajh, E., Recher, V., Škare, B., & Škrinjarić, B. (2018). Extended model of online privacy concern: What drives consumers' decisions? Online Information Review, published online.
  • Škrinjarić, B., Budak, J., & Žokalj, M. (2018). The effect of personality traits on online privacy concern. Ekonomski pregled, 69(2), 106–130.
  • Škrinjarić, B., Recher, V., & Budak, J. (2017). Consumption in the dark: Estimating unrecorded expenditures of households in Croatia. Croatian Economic Survey, 19(2), 135–167.
  • Škrinjarić, B. (2016). Key competences in economics and business field: The employers’ side of the story. International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering, 10(10), 3054–3062.
  • Škuflić, L., Rabar, D., & Škrinjarić B. (2013). Assessment of the efficiency of Croatia compared to other European countries using data envelopment analysis with application of window analysis. International Journal of Sustainable Economy, 5(1), 104–123.