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a candle for my son!

Emilian Dobrescu
Member of the Romanian Academy

Born: May 22, 1933, Bucharest

Citizenship: Romanian

Married to Eugenia (1959). One daughter

EDUCATION AND SCIENTIFIC DEGREES

- Commercial High School (Bucharest), 1951
- Lomonosov University (Moscow), Economic Faculty, 1951
- Doctor in Economics (Bucharest), 1963
- Documentation stage in input-output analysis, USA, April 1970
- Visiting scholar Hoover Institution, June 1996

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

1956-1958 - University Assistant

1958-1967 - University Lecturer

Since 1967 - University Professor at different economic faculties in Bucharest

1968-1973 - Member of the scientific group for the elaboration of the first Romanian input-output analysis using USA practices

1972-1978 - First Vice President of the State Planning Committee

April 1981-October 1982 - President of the State Planning Committee (resigned as a consequence of the rejection of his proposals for the restructuring of the Romanian economy)

1983-1988 - Vice President of the National Council for Science and Technology

1993-1995, 1998 - Member of the Economic Consultative Group of the Romanian Presidency

Since 1990 - Senior researcher and Member of the Scientific Council of the National Institute for Economic Research of the Romanian Academy.

Here developed a macro-model, currently utilized by the National Bank of Romania and also used to elaborate the scenarios included in the “Romanian National Strategy of Medium-Term Economic Development" (1999)

Since 1990 - Coordinator of the “Macromodelling Seminar” organized by the National Institute for Economic Research (Romanian Academy)

PUBLICATIONS

More than 100 papers and books, including:

  • “Social Labor Productivity”, Political Publishing House, Bucharest,1964 (in Romanian)

  • "The Rate of Economic Growth”, Political Publishing House, Bucharest, 1968 (in Romanian)

  • “The Structure of Romanian Economy”, Meridiane Publishing House, 1968 (English, German, Russian, French); revised edition in 1973

  • “The Inter-branches Balance - an Instrument of Structural Analysis of Economy”, (English) – in Economic Computation and Economic Cybernetics Studies and Research, No. 4, pg. 27-51, 1970

  • “The Correlation between Accumulation and Consumption”, Political Publishing House, Bucharest, 1971 (in Romanian)

  • “Models of Correlation between Accumulation and Consumption for the Forecast of Romanian Economy Development”, (Russian) – in Revue Roumaine des Sciences Sociales, Tome 16, No. 1, pg. 93-109, 1972

  • “The Optimum of the Socialist Economy”, Political Publishing House, Bucharest, 1976 (in Romanian) and Romanian Academy Publishing House, 1979 (in English)

  • “The Revolution in Science and Technology and Some Problems of Macroeconomic Modeling”, (English) – in “The Revolution in Science and Technology and Contemporary Social Development”, pg. 103-112, Romanian Academy Publishing House, Bucharest, 1979

  • “Economic Growth Compensation Elements: On Cycles in Socialism” (English), University of Bucharest, International Center of Methodology for Future and Development Studies, University Press, Bucharest, 1980

  • “The Optimum Economic Macrocycle” (English), Revue Roumaine des Sciences Sociales, Tome 27, No. 2, pg. 105-130, 1983

  • “Economic Measurement”, in "Treaty of Contemporary Economy", Vol. 2, Cartea II, pg. 29 – 198, Political Publishing House, 1989 (in Romanian)

  • “Again about < the Transformation Problem >“ (English), in Romanian Economic Review, Tome 33, No. 2, pg. 205-232, 1989

  • “Macroeconomic Modeling and Transition to Free Market Economy” (English), Romanian Economic Review, Tome 35, No.1-2, pg. 15-20, 1991

  • “Transition and Economic Behavior” (English), in Romanian Economic Review, Tome 36 No.1, pg. 3-16, 1992

  • “The Scheme of an Experimental Macromodel” (French), in Romanian Economic Review, Tome 36 No.2, pg. 117-126, 1992

  • “Transition and Macroeconomic Modeling” (French), at Cinquieme Colloque de Comptabilité Nationale, Association de Comptabilité Nationale, Paris, 12-14 December 1993, Romanian Economic Revue, Tome 37, No. 2, pg. 157-165, 1993

  • “The LM Function in a Transition Economy”, 1993 (English)

  • “Money Velocity in a Transition Economy: The Case of Romania”, Romanian Economic Revue, Tome 38, No. 2, pg. 111-120, 1994 (English)

  • “Unstable Processes and Macroeconomic Modeling”, in Romanian Economic Revue, Tome 41, No. 1, pg. 17-34, 1996 (English)

  • “Transition Economy – a Weakly Structured System”, Romanian Economic Revue, Tome 41, No. 2, pg. 111-120, 1996 (English)

  • “The Dichotomy Real-Nominal in the Romanian Transition Economy” (Romanian), in Applied Microeconomics, No. 1, 1997, Supplement

  • “A Macromodel of the Romanian Transition Economy. 1997 Version”, in Romanian Economic Review, Tome 42, No. 2, pg. 137-198, 1997 (English)

  • “Macromodels of the Romanian Transition Economy”, Expert Publishing House, Bucharest, 1996 (English); second (1998) and third (2000) revised editions (English)

  • “An Attempt to estimate the Non-accounted Economy (the Romanian Case)”, (French), Septieme Colloque de Comptabilite Nationale, Association de Comptabilité Nationale, Paris, 28-30 Janvier 1998

  • “Monetary Distortion in a Transition Economy (The case of Romania)”, at 25th General Conference of The International Association for Research in Income and Wealth, Cambridge, England, August 23–29, 1998

  • “A Macromodel of the Romanian Economy in Transition”, (English), in Proceedings of the 25th International Conference “MACROMODELS ’98” and the 3rd Conference of The International Association AMFET, December 3-5, 1998, Jurata, Poland, Vol. 1, pg.131-152

  • “Core Inflation in a Transition Economy (The Romanian Case)”, at the International Conference “Measurement of Inflation”, Cardiff Business School, 30 August – 1 September 1999

  • “A Macromodel of the Romanian Transition Economy. 1999 Version”, Project LINK Fall Meeting, November 1-5, 1999, Athens, Greece

  • “Chess Study Composition” – ARVES Book of the Year, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1999

  • ”An Assessment of Present Behavior and Short-term Trends of Romania's National Economy", elaborated in the framework of the Romanian Academy Reflection Group for the “Assessment of National Economy Status" (ESEN Group), 2000

  • “Monthly Forecast Estimations of the Romanian Economy (macromodel Dobrescu)” – Internet Securities ISI Emerging Markets Inc. Boston, US. (beginning with 1999); dp.securities.ro, ro – foredp, password: Test 2 see

  • “Medium-Term Scenarios of the Romanian Economy”, Romanian Journal of Economic Forecasting 1-2, Expert Publishing House, Bucharest, 2000

  • “The Financial Blockage of the Romanian Economy” (with C. Mereuta), Romanian Journal of Economic Forecasting 3-4, Expert Publishing House, Bucharest, 2000

  • “Romanian Transition Economy as a Weakly Structured System”, in E.Zamfir, I.Badescu, C.Zamfir (coordinator) – “Romanian Society Status after 10 years of transition”, Expert Publishing House, Bucharest, 2000

HONOURS AND AWARDS

The Prize of the Romanian Academy -1969

MEMBERSHIPS

  • 1974 - Corresponding Member of the Romanian Academy

  • 1990 - Member of the Romanian Academy

  • 1990 - Member of Association de Comptabilité Nationale, Paris

  • 1996-2000 - President of the Scientific Council of the Journal "Applied Microeconomics", Bucharest

  • Since 1998 - Member of the International Association for Research in Income and Wealth, New York

  • Since 2000 - Member of the National Advisory Council for Research, Development and Innovation, Romania

  • Since 2000 - Member of the Council for Statistical Activity Coordination, National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies, Romania

Foreign Languages

English, French, Russian

Hobbies and Interests

Chess composition: International Master - 1980, International Great Master - 1989

Private Address

2, Uruguay St., Bl.8, Apt.2, Sector 1, 71266 Bucharest, Romania

Phone: +40-1-222.2850, Fax: +40-1-210.1832, E-mail!

 

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