Born to Janko and Ana Sicherl in Ljubljana, Slovenia, at that time a part of former Yugoslavia.
Graduates summa cum laude from the University of Ljubljana, receiving a diploma in economics.
Employed by the Federal Planning Bureau of Yugoslavia in Belgrade as a researcher.
Marries Jana Sicherl and receives a Master of Arts in development economics from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts.
Receives a Doctor of Philosophy in economics from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Is deputy director of the Yugoslav Institute for Economic Research and a Halsworth research fellow at the University of Manchester.
Harvard University, Development Advisory Service, Ethiopia Project, Ministry of Planning and Development, Addis Ababa.
Develops 2 generic statistical measures to supplement existing methodology across many indicators, domains and levels of comparison.
Joins the University of Ljubljana as assistant professor, then associate professor in 1976, and finally full professor in 1984.
Becomes a project coordinator for the International Center for Public Enterprises, Ljubljana.
Becomes a member of the Federal Council of Economic Advisors and serves as a visiting professor at Williams College.
Receives the Senior Fulbright Research Award and becomes a visiting fellow at the Economic Growth Center of Yale University.
Serves as chairman of the Subcommittee of the Commission for Economic Reform, Belgrade.
Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics, The University of Strathclyde, and The Kiel Institute for the World Economy.
Serves as visiting ACE fellow and visiting professor at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna, Austria.
Is Owner and Hea of SICENTER (Socio-economic Indicators Center), Ljubljana, Slovenia, and presently remains in these roles.
Authors “Time Distance in Economics and Statistics, New Insights from Existing Data.”
Authors “Inter-Temporal Aspects of Well-Being” published in the Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research.
Receives the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who’s Who.
Authors “Different statistical measures create different perceptions on the digital divide,” published in The Information Society.