Branislav Mitić was born in Belgrade in 1969. He graduated from the College of Mechanical Engineering in 1995, after which he earned his BA in economics from the Faculty of Commerce and Banking in 1999.
In 2005 he obtained his MA in economic diplomacy from the Faculty of Commerce and Banking in Belgrade. In February 2010 he earned his PhD from the same faculty with a thesis entitled Foreign Direct Investment Performance and its Impact on Transitional European Countries – the Position of Republic of Serbia.
In April 2010 he was elected docent for a period of five years at the University Business Academy – Faculty of Economics and Engineering Management (field of expertise: finance and banking).
Since March 2001 he has worked as a researcher at the Institute for Foreign Trade in Belgrade, after which he worked at the Yugoslav Chamber of Commerce, and subsequently at the Serbian Chamber of Commerce since 2004.
From March 2009 until 2010 he taught management at the Union University.
So far he has published around 50 science and professional papers in the fields of international economic relations, foreign investments, management, foreign trade, employment policy and HR management, as well as small and medium-sized businesses.
He has also published numerous articles on (monthly) market conditions related to different economic parameters in the Republic of Serbia. He has participated in international conferences. As an associate, he worked on six projects at the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and the Institute for Foreign Trade in Belgrade.