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Mihai Nicolae Tanasescu, Minister of Public Finances

Mihai Nicolae Tanasescu
Minister of Public Finances (PSD)

Born on January 11, 1956, Bucharest

Married, two children

Nationality: Romanian

Religion: Christian Orthodox

Education

  • 1978 - Academy for Economic Studies from Bucharest, Finance and Accounting Faculty 
  • 1986 - International Monetary Fund from Washington DC, Public Finance Statistics
  • 1991 - Academy for Economic Studies from Bucharest, Macroeconomics an Financial Policy Issues
  • 1992 - 1993 - International Institute for Public Administration from Paris, Budget Planning and Execution and Tax Control
  • 1996 - International Monetary Fund Institute from Vienna, Public Finance and Macroeconomics Issues
  • 1998 - Harvard Business School, Executive Development Program
  • 2000 - Trainer for a Doctor's Degree at the Academy for Economic Studies, Bucharest, on taxation - Global Revenue Taxation

Professional Activity

  • 1978-1983 - Head of the Accounting Department - ICRAL Bucharest
  • 1990-1992 - Executive, Department of State Incomes (direct taxation)
  • 1992-1993 - Executive, Department of State Budget
  • 1993-1997 - Executive, Department of Public Debt
  • 1983-1997 - Romanian Ministry of Finance
  • 1997-2000 - Alternate Executive Chairman at World Bank, Washington DC, for a group of twelve countries (Romania, Ukraine, Moldavia, Macedonia etc.)

Publishing Activity

  •   scientific research papers in the areas of economic-financial analysis and micro/macroeconomics forecast, Romanian and foreign journals (Financial Times, Wall Street Journal)
  • analysis and micro/macroeconomics forecast, Romanian and foreign journals (Financial Times, Wall Street Journal)

Foreign Languages

  • English, French

Address

  • Official: Ministry of Public Finances, 17, Apolodor, St., Sector 5, Bucharest, Phone: +40-1-410.1189, Fax: +40-1-312.1630
 

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