Dr. Jovanovic is an economist with over 20 years of experience providing economic and statistical analyses in litigation, government investigations, and regulatory proceedings. He has deep expertise in matters including securities, finance, and consumer protection.

Dr. Jovanovic has served as a testifying and consulting expert on a number of cases that have required sophisticated econometric analyses to address class certification, liability, and damages issues in securities and consumer class actions and market manipulation matters. The latter includes the evaluation of alleged layering in equity and options trading by high-frequency traders, alleged exchanged-traded fund (ETF) price manipulation, and alleged manipulation of ethanol futures contracts. He has extensive experience analyzing multi-level marketing compensation models in the nutrition, supplements, and cosmetics sectors.

A significant focus of Dr. Jovanovic’s work has involved assisting clients in responding to formal investigations and requests for data and analyses from regulatory entities such as the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), offices of State Attorneys General, and self-regulating organizations such as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and US stock exchanges. Dr. Jovanovic has provided testimony before the SEC, the International Chamber of Commerce’s International Court of Arbitration, the American Arbitration Association, and various federal and state courts.

Dr. Jovanovic’s research has been published in a number of academic and professional journals. He has lectured on economic issues in a variety of continuing legal education forums and previously taught graduate econometrics courses at New York University and Johns Hopkins University.


Texas A&M University
PhD in Economics

Central European University (Budapest)
MA in Economics

University of Belgrade
BS in Economics