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Daniel Dăianu

About Daniel Dăianu

Professor Daniel Dăianu is an economist and politician. He is a member of the Board of the National Bank of Romania. Earlier, he was a member of the European Parliament, the first deputy president of the Romanian Financial Supervision Authority. He was the Finance Minister of Romania between December 5, 1997 and September 23, 1998, in the governments of Victor Ciorbea and Radu Vasile. Earlier her was Chief Economist of the National Bank of Romania, President of the Supervision Board of Banca Comercială Română. He is a member of the High Level Group on Own Resources of the EU, which is headed by Mario Monti. Dăianu is also a member of the European Council for Foreign Relations, since 2012.

Romania Needs to Follow its EU Membership With Some Sweeping Reforms to Avoid Stagnation

Bucharest Romania - March 07 2016: Bucharest Sky Tower Business Center. Bucharest urban landscape.

The European Union is going through some very hard times. The European Commission’s White Paper, which puts forward five scenarios on the Union’s future, is quite eloquent about the tremors that are undercutting its foundations. However, in order to make good policy judgements about the future one has to keep history in mind. The last decade was quite momentous for Romania and it does pay to glance back at it. Continue reading Romania Needs to Follow its EU Membership With Some Sweeping Reforms to Avoid Stagnation