“The development of scientific research and innovation is of major importance for the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, aiming to maintain the status of advanced research and education university, and affirm the status of European hub of research and education for Central and South-Eastern Europe. Increasing the university’s visibility and scientific recognition at national and, especially, international level, increasing the degree of international interconnection and of integration in research networks of excellence, creating an adequate framework for conducting scientific research, diversifying the funding sources for scientific research, supporting innovation and the affirmation of our university as a central point of scientifically grounded solutions for challenges within the economic and social environment, are some of the strategic objectives of ASE Bucharest.”

Nicolae Istudor,
Rector of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Managerial Program 2020-2024

Alina Mihaela Dima
Alina Mihaela Dima

Vice-Rector with Research, Development and Innovation

Alina Mihaela Dima is a full Professor at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Faculty of Business Administration in foreign languages and Vice-Rector with Research, Development, and Innovation since March 2020. In the period 2011-2020, she was the Director of the Department for Business Administration in foreign languages (UNESCO Chair) at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. Her main research fields of interest are: International Business, Competition Policy, European Integration, Higher Education. She is one of the founding members and the President of the Association ‘Society for Business Excellence’, Chief-Editor of the international journal ‘Management & Marketing. Challenges for the Knowledge Society’ indexed in more than 20 international databases (Emerging Sources Citation Index (WoS-ESCI), Scopus, Cabell’s, Index Copernicus, CEEOL, EBSCO, RePEc, DOAJ, Ulrich and ProQuest) and published by De Gruyter German Publishing House (Sciendo) and President of the ‘International Conference on Business Excellence’ (indexed in Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Science (WOS) Conference Proceedings Citation Index). She is also the Conference Manager of the ‘International Conference on Economics and Social Sciences’ (ICESS), organized by the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. She has presented various papers at international academic and she has published more than 100 articles, books, and papers in prestigious national and international journals. She is the editor of various books published at national and international prestigious publishing houses (Springer, IGI, etc) and coordinator of some research projects.
Alina Mihaela Dima
Alina Mihaela Dima

Vice-Rector with Research, Development and Innovation

Alina Mihaela Dima is a full Professor at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Faculty of Business Administration in foreign languages and Vice-Rector with Research, Development, and Innovation since March 2020. In the period 2011-2020, she was the Director of the Department for Business Administration in foreign languages (UNESCO Chair) at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. Her main research fields of interest are: International Business, Competition Policy, European Integration, Higher Education. She is one of the founding members and the President of the Association ‘Society for Business Excellence’, Chief-Editor of the international journal ‘Management & Marketing. Challenges for the Knowledge Society’ indexed in more than 20 international databases (Emerging Sources Citation Index (WoS-ESCI), Scopus, Cabell’s, Index Copernicus, CEEOL, EBSCO, RePEc, DOAJ, Ulrich and ProQuest) and published by De Gruyter German Publishing House (Sciendo) and President of the ‘International Conference on Business Excellence’ (indexed in Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Science (WOS) Conference Proceedings Citation Index). She is also the Conference Manager of the ‘International Conference on Economics and Social Sciences’ (ICESS), organized by the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. She has presented various papers at international academic and she has published more than 100 articles, books, and papers in prestigious national and international journals. She is the editor of various books published at national and international prestigious publishing houses (Springer, IGI, etc) and coordinator of some research projects.

Vice-deans with responsibilities for scientific research, development and innovation
 
Roxana CLODNIȚCHI
Roxana CLODNIȚCHI

Faculty of Business Administration in Foreign Languages

Roxana Clodnițchi studied Business Administration at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and got a master’s degree in International Relations with the Babeș Bolyai University, Cluj Napoca. After graduating her PhD studies, she continued collaborating with the Bucharest University of Economic Studies to become a university lecturer and vice-dean of the Faculty for Business Administration in foreign languages (FABIZ). Prior to her engagement with the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Roxana worked for more than 10 years for the European Commission and the German Chamber of Commerce, gaining experience in the management of several international projects with regard to environmental technologies, resource efficiency and renewable energy. Her research interests cover Eco and Energy Economics and Decision Making.

Roxana CLODNIȚCHI
Roxana CLODNIȚCHI

Faculty of Business Administration in Foreign Languages

Roxana Clodnițchi studied Business Administration at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and got a master’s degree in International Relations with the Babeș Bolyai University, Cluj Napoca. After graduating her PhD studies, she continued collaborating with the Bucharest University of Economic Studies to become a university lecturer and vice-dean of the Faculty for Business Administration in foreign languages (FABIZ). Prior to her engagement with the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Roxana worked for more than 10 years for the European Commission and the German Chamber of Commerce, gaining experience in the management of several international projects with regard to environmental technologies, resource efficiency and renewable energy. Her research interests cover Eco and Energy Economics and Decision Making.

Oana Matilda SABIE
Oana Matilda SABIE

Faculty of Business Administration and Public Management

Oana Matilda Sabie studied Public Administration within Faculty of Management at Bucharest University of Economic Studies and got a PhD degree in 2008 in economics, specialty of management within Bucharest University of Economic Studies (BUES). Before joining BUES she collaborated with the Romanian Government, Ministry for Public Information, within Department of Communication and Public Image. Now she is a university lecturer and vice-dean of the Faculty of Administration and Public Management (FAMP), Department of Administration and Public Management. Her research interests cover Management of Public Services and Organizational Behaviour. During her teaching activity she has published as an author or co-author 7 specialized books, 14 articles in journals indexed in international databases and 34 articles in the volumes of international conferences. She has been involved throughout her career in over 23 research projects.

Oana Matilda SABIE
Oana Matilda SABIE

Faculty of Business Administration and Public Management

Oana Matilda Sabie studied Public Administration within Faculty of Management at Bucharest University of Economic Studies and got a PhD degree in 2008 in economics, specialty of management within Bucharest University of Economic Studies (BUES). Before joining BUES she collaborated with the Romanian Government, Ministry for Public Information, within Department of Communication and Public Image. Now she is a university lecturer and vice-dean of the Faculty of Administration and Public Management (FAMP), Department of Administration and Public Management. Her research interests cover Management of Public Services and Organizational Behaviour. During her teaching activity she has published as an author or co-author 7 specialized books, 14 articles in journals indexed in international databases and 34 articles in the volumes of international conferences. She has been involved throughout her career in over 23 research projects.

Olimpia STATE
Olimpia STATE

Faculty of Business and Tourism

Olimpia State has graduated from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies in 1993, the Faculty of Commerce (cur-rently – the Faculty of Business and Tourism). She attended a training course D.E.S.S. “Creation d’Entreprise et Gestion de Projets Innovants” programme – „Tempus Phare Individual Mobility Grant“, within Montesquieu Bordeaux IV – French University, between March-May 1998.
Along her more than 25 years’ experience in teaching and research within the university, she has often lectured as a specialist in: Human Resources Management, Operational Technique in Tourism, Organizational Culture. She is an author and co-author of 10 published books (e.g. she was awarded the Romanian Academy‘s “Virgil Madgearu prize” in 1999 as a co-author of the book “Human Resources Management”). She was also part of 11 national and international research contracts, wrote more than 80 articles and scientific papers (most of them published within indexed journals) and attended different conferences in many countries. In 2001, she became a PhD in Economics with her research thesis in the Organizational Culture field.
She is a former chancellor within the Faculty of Commerce (2008-2012). Since 2008, she is a member of the Faculty Council, and since 2012 she is also the Vice-Dean in charge with the research activities and international relationships of the Faculty of Business and Tourism. Moreover, she is a member of the Romanian Association of Journalists in Tourism, co-founder of CACTUS Association – Academic Research in Tourism and Services, and member of the Academic Research Centre in Tourism and Services within the Bucharest University of Economic Studies.

Olimpia STATE
Olimpia STATE

Faculty of Business and Tourism

Olimpia State has graduated from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies in 1993, the Faculty of Commerce (cur-rently – the Faculty of Business and Tourism). She attended a training course D.E.S.S. “Creation d’Entreprise et Gestion de Projets Innovants” programme – „Tempus Phare Individual Mobility Grant“, within Montesquieu Bordeaux IV – French University, between March-May 1998.
Along her more than 25 years’ experience in teaching and research within the university, she has often lectured as a specialist in: Human Resources Management, Operational Technique in Tourism, Organizational Culture. She is an author and co-author of 10 published books (e.g. she was awarded the Romanian Academy‘s “Virgil Madgearu prize” in 1999 as a co-author of the book “Human Resources Management”). She was also part of 11 national and international research contracts, wrote more than 80 articles and scientific papers (most of them published within indexed journals) and attended different conferences in many countries. In 2001, she became a PhD in Economics with her research thesis in the Organizational Culture field.
She is a former chancellor within the Faculty of Commerce (2008-2012). Since 2008, she is a member of the Faculty Council, and since 2012 she is also the Vice-Dean in charge with the research activities and international relationships of the Faculty of Business and Tourism. Moreover, she is a member of the Romanian Association of Journalists in Tourism, co-founder of CACTUS Association – Academic Research in Tourism and Services, and member of the Academic Research Centre in Tourism and Services within the Bucharest University of Economic Studies.

Claudiu HERȚELIU
Claudiu HERȚELIU

Faculty of Economic Cybernetics, Statistics and Informatics

Claudiu Herțeliu holds a PhD granted in 2007 by University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania. He started teaching in 2002 as teaching assistant, currently he is full professor at Statistics and Econometrics Department from the same university. Since December 2019 he is part time professor within School of Business, London South Bank University. Since 2016 he is part of European Statistical Advisory Committee (ESAC) (Eurostat) while from 2017 he is member of European Masters in Official Statistics (EMOS) Board. He worked with quantitative methods in Education and Research Ministry (2001-2008) and National Institute of Statistics (2008-2011). He had managerial responsibilities as The Dissemination of Romanian Statistical Information Activity or vice-dean of the Faculty of Economic Cybernetics, Statistics and Informatics (2012 – present) and member of University Senate (2012 – present). Main areas of research interests are: statistics and econometrics; quantitative methods in religion; scientometrics; health metrics.

Claudiu HERȚELIU
Claudiu HERȚELIU

Faculty of Economic Cybernetics, Statistics and Informatics

Claudiu Herțeliu holds a PhD granted in 2007 by University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania. He started teaching in 2002 as teaching assistant, currently he is full professor at Statistics and Econometrics Department from the same university. Since December 2019 he is part time professor within School of Business, London South Bank University. Since 2016 he is part of European Statistical Advisory Committee (ESAC) (Eurostat) while from 2017 he is member of European Masters in Official Statistics (EMOS) Board. He worked with quantitative methods in Education and Research Ministry (2001-2008) and National Institute of Statistics (2008-2011). He had managerial responsibilities as The Dissemination of Romanian Statistical Information Activity or vice-dean of the Faculty of Economic Cybernetics, Statistics and Informatics (2012 – present) and member of University Senate (2012 – present). Main areas of research interests are: statistics and econometrics; quantitative methods in religion; scientometrics; health metrics.

Nadia ALBU
Nadia ALBU

Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems

Nadia Albu is professor of accounting and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems, in charge with research and international relations. Dr. Albu has been a teacher and researcher at ASE since 2000 and had in parallel an extensive international experience, including a master degree obtained in 2001 from Université d’Orléans, France, a Fulbright visiting professor grant obtained in 2014, a Deloitte-IAAER scholar grant between 2013-2016, and a visiting professorship at ESSEC Business School, France, since 2016. Dr. Albu is actively following the changes in the accounting profession globally, being part of teams conducting research for IFAC and Edinburgh Group. Her main research interests focus on the transformations of accounting systems in emerging markets, investigating the change and inertia in the accounting field (corporate reporting, auditing, management accounting etc.), acknowledging the importance of interdisciplinary research for an in-depth understanding of accounting phenomena in their environment.

Nadia ALBU
Nadia ALBU

Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems

Nadia Albu is professor of accounting and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems, in charge with research and international relations. Dr. Albu has been a teacher and researcher at ASE since 2000 and had in parallel an extensive international experience, including a master degree obtained in 2001 from Université d’Orléans, France, a Fulbright visiting professor grant obtained in 2014, a Deloitte-IAAER scholar grant between 2013-2016, and a visiting professorship at ESSEC Business School, France, since 2016. Dr. Albu is actively following the changes in the accounting profession globally, being part of teams conducting research for IFAC and Edinburgh Group. Her main research interests focus on the transformations of accounting systems in emerging markets, investigating the change and inertia in the accounting field (corporate reporting, auditing, management accounting etc.), acknowledging the importance of interdisciplinary research for an in-depth understanding of accounting phenomena in their environment.

Charlotte ENE
Charlotte ENE

Faculty of Law

Charlotte Ene studied Law at Faculty of Law, University from Bucharest. In 1998, Charlotte Ene was appointed Professor of Law at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. She teaches Business Law, International Business Law (in English), European Union Law, company (corporate) law, insurance law, etc. Charlotte Ene is member of the organizing committees of different international conferences and she is author and co-author of more articles and books in the field of Business Law, Company Law and International Business Law. She is, also, member of the Bucharest Bar since 1993.

Charlotte ENE
Charlotte ENE

Faculty of Law

Charlotte Ene studied Law at Faculty of Law, University from Bucharest. In 1998, Charlotte Ene was appointed Professor of Law at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. She teaches Business Law, International Business Law (in English), European Union Law, company (corporate) law, insurance law, etc. Charlotte Ene is member of the organizing committees of different international conferences and she is author and co-author of more articles and books in the field of Business Law, Company Law and International Business Law. She is, also, member of the Bucharest Bar since 1993.

Simona Roxana PĂTĂRLĂGEANU
Simona Roxana PĂTĂRLĂGEANU

Faculty of Agrofood and Environmental Economics

Simona Roxana Pătărlăgeanu is Associate Professor, PhD, studied Agrifood and Environmental Economics (EAM) at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. Vice-dean of the Faculty Agrifood and Environmental Economics, her research is situated in the field of Eco and Agrifood Economics and Decision Making.

Simona Roxana PĂTĂRLĂGEANU
Simona Roxana PĂTĂRLĂGEANU

Faculty of Agrofood and Environmental Economics

Simona Roxana Pătărlăgeanu is Associate Professor, PhD, studied Agrifood and Environmental Economics (EAM) at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. Vice-dean of the Faculty Agrifood and Environmental Economics, her research is situated in the field of Eco and Agrifood Economics and Decision Making.

Mihaela Roberta STANEF-PUICĂ
Mihaela Roberta STANEF-PUICĂ

Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics

Mihaela Roberta Stanef-Puică studied Economics at the Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics, Bucharest University of Economic Studies. Vice-dean of the Faculty Theoretical and Applied Economic Studies, since 2015, now she is in charge with the research component of the Faculty. Her research interests cover regional development and labor market problems. With an experience in academia but also in research of about 15 years, she carries out both teaching and research activities in areas of expertise such as: sustainable development, urban and rural development gaps, human resources, labor market, demography, education and public policies. She is also a consultant for the National Commission for Strategy and Prognosis and had a big contribution in more than a few of their projects regarding private-public partnerships in several domains, such as labor market and green energy.

Mihaela Roberta STANEF-PUICĂ
Mihaela Roberta STANEF-PUICĂ

Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics

Mihaela Roberta Stanef-Puică studied Economics at the Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics, Bucharest University of Economic Studies. Vice-dean of the Faculty Theoretical and Applied Economic Studies, since 2015, now she is in charge with the research component of the Faculty. Her research interests cover regional development and labor market problems. With an experience in academia but also in research of about 15 years, she carries out both teaching and research activities in areas of expertise such as: sustainable development, urban and rural development gaps, human resources, labor market, demography, education and public policies. She is also a consultant for the National Commission for Strategy and Prognosis and had a big contribution in more than a few of their projects regarding private-public partnerships in several domains, such as labor market and green energy.

Emilia Mioara CÂMPEANU
Emilia Mioara CÂMPEANU

Faculty of Finance and Banking

Emilia Câmpeanu studied Faculty of Finance and Banking at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and is Professor with expertise on public finance, fiscal policy, government budgets and public debt. Also, she is vice-dean of the Faculty of Finance and Banking with responsibilities for scientific research, development and innovation. Also, she has experience as principal investigator and member of research project (national and international) and a vast publishing activity materialized through books and published works.

Emilia Mioara CÂMPEANU
Emilia Mioara CÂMPEANU

Faculty of Finance and Banking

Emilia Câmpeanu studied Faculty of Finance and Banking at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and is Professor with expertise on public finance, fiscal policy, government budgets and public debt. Also, she is vice-dean of the Faculty of Finance and Banking with responsibilities for scientific research, development and innovation. Also, she has experience as principal investigator and member of research project (national and international) and a vast publishing activity materialized through books and published works.

Cezar – Petre SIMION
Cezar – Petre SIMION

Faculty of Management

Cezar – Petre Simion has a PhD in economics since 2008 in the specialty of management. He has been working for 15 years at the Faculty of Management within the Bucharest University of Economic Studies in the Management Department. During his teaching activity he has published as an author or co-author 6 specialized books, 31 articles in journals indexed in international databases and 20 articles in the volumes of international conferences. He has been involved throughout his career in over 50 scientific research projects. In parallel with his teaching activity, he worked for 10 years as a scientific researcher at INCD URBAN – INCERC, the period in which he was for 4 years the head of the Construction Economics department. Also in parallel with the teaching activity, he was involved in the management teams within the University of Economic Studies as director of the Research and Innovation Management Department and vice-dean of the Faculty of Management

Cezar – Petre SIMION
Cezar – Petre SIMION

Faculty of Management

Cezar – Petre Simion has a PhD in economics since 2008 in the specialty of management. He has been working for 15 years at the Faculty of Management within the Bucharest University of Economic Studies in the Management Department. During his teaching activity he has published as an author or co-author 6 specialized books, 31 articles in journals indexed in international databases and 20 articles in the volumes of international conferences. He has been involved throughout his career in over 50 scientific research projects. In parallel with his teaching activity, he worked for 10 years as a scientific researcher at INCD URBAN – INCERC, the period in which he was for 4 years the head of the Construction Economics department. Also in parallel with the teaching activity, he was involved in the management teams within the University of Economic Studies as director of the Research and Innovation Management Department and vice-dean of the Faculty of Management

Ionel DUMITRU
Ionel DUMITRU

Faculty of Marketing

Ionel Dumitru is Professor of International Marketing and Strategic Marketing at Marketing Department and vice-dean in charge of scientific research and international relations of Marketing Faculty, Bucharest University of Economic Studies. He is member of the University Senate of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, the academic governance commission. Conference chair at Emerging Trends in Marketing and Management International Conference Bucharest, Romania. He is reviewer at Amfiteatru Economic Journal, Journal of Emerging Trends in Marketing and Management and International Conference on Marketing and Business Development. He is project manager of the research project “Partnerships for Competitiveness for the Transfer of Knowledge through the Development of Innovative Computational Models for the Growth and Sustainability of the Romanian Business Sector” (ASECOMP) co-financed by the European Development Fund Regional, through the Competitiveness Operational Program, Project ID P_40_382, having a 5-year duration.

Ionel DUMITRU
Ionel DUMITRU

Faculty of Marketing

Ionel Dumitru is Professor of International Marketing and Strategic Marketing at Marketing Department and vice-dean in charge of scientific research and international relations of Marketing Faculty, Bucharest University of Economic Studies. He is member of the University Senate of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, the academic governance commission. Conference chair at Emerging Trends in Marketing and Management International Conference Bucharest, Romania. He is reviewer at Amfiteatru Economic Journal, Journal of Emerging Trends in Marketing and Management and International Conference on Marketing and Business Development. He is project manager of the research project “Partnerships for Competitiveness for the Transfer of Knowledge through the Development of Innovative Computational Models for the Growth and Sustainability of the Romanian Business Sector” (ASECOMP) co-financed by the European Development Fund Regional, through the Competitiveness Operational Program, Project ID P_40_382, having a 5-year duration.

Cristian Valeriu PĂUN
Cristian Valeriu PĂUN

Faculty of International Business and Economics

Cristian Păun is a full professor of International Finance and International Risk Management to the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. His academic works are focused on the topic of risk management, international crisis contagion effect, banking and monetary policy issues. He was involved in various research projects covering different scientific areas such a s risk management, international crisis contagion effect, the risk aversion of individual investors, rating systems, the effectiveness of European Funds, financing of innovative SMEs’. He worked as financial consultant for few important Romanian consultancy companies for developing financial models in various business plans for complex investment projects in the construction, pharma, textiles etc. sectors. He is the Executive Director of the Romanian Society for Economics since 2009 and the vice-dean of the Faculty of International Business and Economics since 2016 (responsible for research activities). Today he is the President of the Romanian Fund for Guarantees and Loans for SMEs since January 2020.

Cristian Valeriu PĂUN
Cristian Valeriu PĂUN

Faculty of International Business and Economics

Cristian Păun is a full professor of International Finance and International Risk Management to the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. His academic works are focused on the topic of risk management, international crisis contagion effect, banking and monetary policy issues. He was involved in various research projects covering different scientific areas such a s risk management, international crisis contagion effect, the risk aversion of individual investors, rating systems, the effectiveness of European Funds, financing of innovative SMEs’. He worked as financial consultant for few important Romanian consultancy companies for developing financial models in various business plans for complex investment projects in the construction, pharma, textiles etc. sectors. He is the Executive Director of the Romanian Society for Economics since 2009 and the vice-dean of the Faculty of International Business and Economics since 2016 (responsible for research activities). Today he is the President of the Romanian Fund for Guarantees and Loans for SMEs since January 2020.

Research and Innovation Management Directorate (DMCI)

DMCI provides logistics and consultancy for national and international research projects. It also provides assistance for the validation of information from the cercetare.ase.ro platform, and for the reporting of indicators on scientific research at the university.

DMCI contact information:

  • Calea Dorobanți nr. 15-17, sector 1, Bucharest, Romania
    Clădirea Centrului de Calcul, room 2415

  • +40 21.319.19.00, int. 134

Valentin Lazăr

Plans, organizes, coordinates and controls the activities carried out within DMCI, in accordance with the development strategy of the university.

Victoria Anton

Duties: ensuring the proper conduct of domestic and international scientific research contracts, organizing the approval of research papers and updating the DMCI database.

Violeta Maria Guță

Duties: making statistical reports on the research activity, and monitoring and providing the necessary support for the proper conduct of scientific events organized within ASE Bucharest.

Ion Pănescu

Duties: monitoring the publications of the members of the ASE scientific community, organizing the awarding process for research results, and providing advice to the members of the ASE scientific community on issues related to Scientometry.

Georgiana Rita Mihai

Duties: provides assistance on the implementation of research projects from the human resources and financial perspectives, as well as by monitoring the activity of the research centers.

Roxana Procop

Duties: to facilitate the dissemination of information on scientific research grants provided by international bodies, UEFISCDI, economic operators, public administration etc., as well as by carrying out anti-plagiarism checks.