Vuk Čađenović graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Montenegro. He obtained his master’s degree in 2012 with a thesis titled “Methodology of Survey Research, Using the Example of Student Attitudes towards Montenegro’s NATO Integration” at the University of Donja Gorica. Currently, he is a doctoral candidate at FMEFB, working on his dissertation on “Bias in Sampling Surveys.” He commenced his career at Damar Public Opinion Research Agency in Podgorica, where he held roles as a methodologist and director. He managed numerous research projects in the fields of politics, sociology, and management. He continued his career at the Statistical Office of Montenegro, serving as Assistant Director for Social Statistics and Demography. Starting from 2016, he led research projects related to social statistics (Income and Living Conditions Survey, Household Budget Survey, Labor Force Survey, etc.). Since 2017, he served as Deputy Head for an international project – the MICS survey. As a representative of MONSTAT, he was delegated as a member of the UN Global Working Group for developing methodology to measure violence against children. He was also assigned the role of Head of the Methodology Working Group in the preparation and implementation of the 2021 Census of Population, Households, and Dwellings. Since April 2021, he has been working as the Executive Director of Damar Agency.