The son of Janko and Ana Sicherl, Dr. Pavle Sicherl is a dedicated professional in economics, politics, business and statistics. Dr. Sicherl holds a Master of Arts in development economics from Williams College and a Doctor of Philosophy in economics from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, where he also became a diplomate in economics. Throughout his career, Dr. Sicherl has received various fellowships and served as a visiting scholar, fellow and professor at numerous universities in Austria, Germany, Serbia, the United Kingdom and the United States. Most notably, he served as the economic adviser to the Ministry of Planning and Development in Ethiopia with the Development Advisory Service at Harvard University from 1970 to 1974. Today he is the head and founder of Sicenter, where he has developed and facilitated the application of two new generic statistical measures to supplement the existing methodology to time-series analysis in various industries.
In addition to his practical endeavors, Dr. Sicherl often serves as a consultant for countless organizations and institutions, including the United Nations and the World Bank Group. Dr. Sicherl has also ventured into a lot of civic work in Slovenia. In 1980, he served on the Federal Council of Economic Advisers, and then became a special adviser to the government of Slovenia from 1983 to 1984. He was later appointed chairman of the Commission of Economic Reform in 1988. From 1996 to 1997, he was a project leader in Slovenia. In 2000, he served as the coordinator of the Benchmarking Slovenia Program with the Ministry of Economic Affairs. Finally, from 2002 to 2006, he served as an adviser on indicators for the Slovenia National Development Plan. In his spare time outside of work, Dr. Sicherl enjoys playing chess. Looking toward the future, he plans to continue researching and consulting.
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