Dr. Aleksandar Fatić is Research Professor and he worked at the Institute of International Politics and Economics between 1996 and 2013. He is currently based at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory of the University of Belgrade. Professor Fatić holds a PhD in Philosophy from the Australian National University, Canberra, a master’s degree in European Studies from Central European University in Prague, and BA in Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. His areas of academic interest include theoretical and applied ethics, political philosophy and philosophical practice, and criminal justice theory and policy. Professor Fatić was teaching at the University of South Australia in Adelaide, Charles University in Prague and at the Anglo-American College in Prague. He has given guest lectures at numerous universities, including King’s College, University of London, St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford, Keele University, Central European University in Budapest, Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade, etc. He is President of the Serbian Association of Philosophical Practitioners. He is a prolific author and teacher, with a long history of involvement in high-level training programs in anti-corruption policy and corruption theory, business ethics and criminology both in university settings and for various governments and inter-governmental organisations. He served on the Ethics Board of the University of Belgrade and on the High University Board for Law and Social Sciences for several mandates.