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adrco526 

PhD in economics and MA in international law - these were the two top specializations which backed my flawless 40+ years professional activity, both in the research field and as a diplomat.
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Experience

Visiting Professor

Feb 2005 - Jul 2006 (1 year)

Teaching a course on "Trade Policies and Multilateral Trade Negotiations"

Ambassador (retired)

Feb 2000 - Oct 2011 (11 years)

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to Sweden (2000-2004) and to Macedonia (2006-2011). Between 2004 and 2006 I was State Counselor for international economic affairs with the Prime-Minister's Office (2004) and Secretary General of the Romanian Ministry for Foreign Affairs (2005-2006). Before the Ambassadorship, I have worked as senior fellow and head of department with World Economy Institute, Bucharest (1971-1990) and with the Ministry of industry and Trade (director, 1990-1991)

Director General, Special Counselor to the Minister

Nov 1995 - Nov 1996 (1 year)

General Directorate for European Integration and Multilateral Relations. Supervising EU accession negotiations and the implementation of WTO rules and the Minister in the decision making process with respect to these subjects

Resident Chief Negotiator

Aug 1991 - Nov 1995 (4 years)

Supervising GATT's Uruguay Round negotiations. Technically preparing Romania's participation

Education

PhD in Economics

1976 - 1982 (6 years)

MA in International Law

1976 - 1981 (5 years)

Certifications

Post-graduate Diploma (1976)

SAIS (The Johns Hopkins University) - Bologna Center

Post-graduate interdisciplinary (economic, plitical and socio-cultural) international studies

Certificate of translator/interpreter (1978)

State Commission for Permanent Training, Bucharest

Certified translator /interpreter from/to: English<==>Romanian; French<==>Romanian; Italian<==>Romanian

Certificate of language proficiency and translation (1975)

The Johns Hopkins University - SAIS (Bologna Center)

Certified for academic translations from/to: English<==>French

Publications

Many

Approx. 20 books (authored or co-authored) and more than 300 thorough academic research projects, disertations and lengthy analitical articles on various subjects, mostly in the fields of international economics and political relations.