Mădălina DorofteiRomanian Academic Society, Romania (SAR)
Mădălina Doroftei is Economics researcher at the Romanian Academic Society and Assistant Lecturer at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. She holds a PhD in Economics and a MA in International Economics and European Business, both from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. Prior to her current position, she trained with the European Comission Representation in Bucharest, in the Political Department.
Main research interests: central banking, monetary policy, economic crises and good governance.
In 2014, Mădălina authored "At a slow speed: Romania’s intra-Community trade" (chapter in SAR Annual Policy Analysis and Forecast Report). In 2013, she authored “The never-ending story of the state reserve fund” (SAR Policy Brief #65) on the topic of good governance. Other relevant publications include her contribution to SAR policy analysis and forecast reports for 2012 and 2013, and academic articles such as “Monetary Policy and Central Bank Independence in a Former Communist country; Curious Evolutions in Romania”, Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics, Vol. 2013 (2013) (with Cristian PĂUN); “Some considerations on the challenges to the economic science”, Romanian Journal of Fiscal Policy, Vol. 3, 2012; “Risks of corruption and the management of EU funds in Romania”, Romanian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 13, 2013 (with Valentina DIMULESCU and Raluca POP).