Prof. dr. sc. Ivana Vukorepa

Prof. dr. sc. Ivana Vukorepa

Presentation title: 

Digital age and various forms of work: time to switch from work-type-related to income-related social security?

Bio profile:

Ivana Vukorepa, is Professor of Labour and Social security Law at the Faculty of Law University of Zagreb, where she works since 2004. She has completed LL.B. studies at the University of Zagreb in 1999, while LL.M. at the College of Europe in Brugge in 2001. In 2002 she did the Croatian Barr exam. From 2007 to 2008 she was Fulbright Visiting Researcher at the Georgetown University Law Center. In 2011 she earned her doctoral degree in legal sciences at the University of Zagreb.  From 2005 to 2012 in the Negotiations for the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the EU she was Head of the Working group for negotiating chapter “Freedom of movement for workers”.

She has been actively participating in national and international conferences, research projects and is author of publications in the field of labour law, new forms of employment and self-employment, as well as social security law, with a special interest in pensions. Ivana Vukorepa is member of several professional associations and editorial boards of journals. She also collaborates as a professional advisor and collaborator in research projects and to the European independent experts’ networks such as: ESPN in the field of social policy (from 2014 to 2018), MoveS in the field of free movement of workers, posting of workers and social security coordination (from 2018) and ECE in the field of labour law, employment, and labour market policies (since 2020). In 2022, she received acknowledgment of the Croatian Pension Insurance Institute (HZMO) for her exceptional contribution to the development of the pension system of the Republic of Croatia and HZMO. For more details see