Comparative analysis Euroland and the USA
Dr. Andrei Radulescu, a macroeconomist with post-universities studies and professional experience in Portugal and Romania, will present on the recent macro-financial developments in the global economy, including the challenges at the end of the post-crisis cycle, the longest in the US history. You will learn how economics of the US and Euro Zone have performed during the post-crisis cycle and differences in the economic polices. Dr. Radulescu will also provide the 2020 macroeconomic outlook for US and Euro Zone.
More on Dr. Andrei Radulescu , Chief Economist of Banca Transilvania
After graduating from the Academy of Economics Studies in Bucharest in 2001, Andrei successfully completed the Scientific Masters in Economics at the University of Porto (Portugal), a PH.D. in International Economics within the Academy of Economic Studies and the post-doctoral degree in Economics at the Romanian Academy, the highest scientific forum in Romania.
Dr. Radulescu started the career in Corporate Finance at the Banco Portugues de Investimento at Porto headquarters. Afterwards Andrei provided macroeconomic research and forecasting for the Portuguese Social Security Fund, the biggest investment fund in Portugal.
In Romania Andrei worked for seven years as a fundamental analyst and macroeconomist on the capital markets. Starting 2014, Andrei is the Chief Economist of Banca Transilvania (the largest lender in Romania) and a Researcher at the Institute for World Economy and at the Macroeconomic Modeling Centre (National Institute of Economic Research), within the Romanian Academy. Andrei also teaches at Masters level, over the past 7 years collaborating with the Academy of Economic Studies, National School of Political and Administrative Studies, University Babes Bolyai. Andrei is a constant presence at International Conferences on macro-financial topics and in international and domestic media, including Bloomberg.