Petre Caraiani

Petre Caraiani

Lecturer - FABIZ

Petre Caraiani is a senior researcher at Institute for Economic Forecasting at Romanian Academy and lecturer at Faculty of Business Administration in Foreign Languages, ASE.

Petre Caraiani is a senior researcher at Institute for Economic Forecasting at Romanian Academy and lecturer at Faculty of Business Administration in Foreign Languages, ASE.

Habilitation in Economics Academy of Economic Studies, Habilitation Thesis: ”Studies in macroeconomic dynamics in Central and Eastern Europe”, 2013.

Postdoctoral Research in Macroeconomics Romanian Academy, National Institute for Economic Research, Romanian Academy, 2010-2012.

PhD in economics Romanian Academy, National Institute for Economic Research, Bucharest, Romania. Thesis Title: ”Theories and Models of Business Cycles. Applications for Romania”, 2003-2008.

MA, Kyung Hee University, South Korea, 2006.

BA, Academy of Economic Studies, Faculty of Cybernetics, Statistics and Economic Informatics, Bucharest, Romania, 2002.

Publications

He has published many articles in peer-reviewed journals, including Review of International Economics, Economics Letters, Journal of Macroeconomics, International Review of Finance, Empirical Economics, Economic Modelling, Computational Economics and International Review of Economics & Finance.

Research areas

Business cycles, forecasting, nonlinear modeling and networks.

Career development

Lecturer, Faculty of Business Administration in Foreign Languages, ASE, 2019-present.

Senior Researcher, Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy,2008-present.

Associate Professor, Faculty of International Business and Economics, Academy of Economic Studies, 2010-present.

Visiting Scholar, School of Management, University of Leicester, 2010.

Assistant Researcher, Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy, 2002-2008.

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Finance and Banking, Academy of Economic Studies, 2008-2009.

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Cybernetics, Statistics and Economic Informatics, Academy of Economic Studies, 2006-2008.