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Dr. Daniel DAIANU Former Member of the European Parliament; Professor of Economics, The School of Political and Administrative Studies, Bucharest

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1990-1991 Visiting researcher, Harvard University and Woodrow Wilson Center
1992 Deputy Minister of Finance of Romania
1992-1997 Chief Economist of the National Bank of Romania
1992-1998 Associate professor, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest
1997-1998 Finance Minister of Romania
2007-2009 Member of the European Parliament; co-author of the EP report on the reform of the regulation and supervision of financial markets

Memberships

Fellowships at Harvard University, The Wilson Center (Washington DC), IMF (Washington DC), NATO Defense College (Rome), etc.
Visiting professorships at Berkeley, UCLA, Bologna University, etc.
President of Junior Achievement, Romania and President of Harvard Club, Romania
Honorary President of the Romanian Association of European Studies
Member, The Romanian Academy, Bucharest
Fellow, William Davidson Institute, University of Michigan
Chairman, The Romanian Economic Society
Chairman, OSCE Economic Forum, 2001
Chairman, Supervisory Board of Banca Comerciala Romana, 2005-2007

Publications

Member of the advisory board of several foreign journals, publications:
Economic Vitality and Viability. A Dual Challenge for European Security Frankfurt, Peter Lang, 1996
Transformation As A Real Process, Aldershot (UK), Ashgate, 1998
With Thanos Veremis (ed.): Balkan Reconstruction, London, Frank Cass, 2001
With Radu Vranceanu (ed.), Ethical Boundaries of Capitalism, Ashgate (UK), 2005
What will Romania be in the EU (in Romanian), Iasi, Polirom, 2006
South East Europe and The World We Live In, Bucharest, The Romanian Diplomatic Institute, 2008
The Macroeconomics of EU Integration: The Case of Romania, Rosetti Educational, Bucharest, 2008
Which Way Goes Capitalism?, CEU Press, Budapest/New York, 2009