Daniel DĂIANU, chairman of the Fiscal Council, is member of the Romanian Academy, professor of economics at The School of Political and Administrative Studies in Bucharest; member of the EU High Level Group on Own Resources; co-editor of “The Crisis of the Eurozone and the Future of Europe” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), author of “Emerging Europe and the Great Recession”(Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018) and “Which Way Goes Capitalism?”, CEU Press, Budapest/New York, 2009; Member of the Board, The National Bank of Romania (2014-2019); First deputy President of the Financial Supervision Authority (2013-2014); former member of the European Parliament (2007-2009); Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Banca Comercială Romana (2005-2007); Finance Minister of Romania, 1997/1998; Chief Economist of the National Bank of Romania, 1992-1997; Chairman of The Romanian Economic Society; Member of the European Council for Foreign Relations, Member of the Board of Trustees of Friends of Europe; fellow of CASE (Warsaw); visiting scholar at Harvard University, The Wilson Center (Washington DC), IMF (Washington DC), NATO Defense College (Rome), etc; visiting professorships at Berkeley, UCLA, Bologna University, etc. Other writings: ‘The Macroeconomics of EU Integration: The Case of Romania”, Rosetti Educational, Bucharest, 2008; with Radu Vranceanu (ed.), Ethical Boundaries of Capitalism”, Ashgate (UK), 2005; with Thanos Veremis (ed.), “Balkan Reconstruction”, London, Frank Cass, 2001; “Transformation as A Real Process”, Aldershot (UK), Ashgate, 1998; “Economic Vitality and Viability. A Dual Challenge for European Security” Frankfurt, Peter Lang, 1996. Contributor to European Voice, Eurozine, EuropesWorld., Les Echos, World Commerce Review, etc.

Bogdan-Octavian COZMÂNCĂ, deputy chairman of the Fiscal Council, is associate professor at the Faculty of Finance, Insurance, Banks and Stock Exchange, Department of Money and Banking, within the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and is advisor of the First Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Romania (NBR). Within the National Bank of Romania has worked in the Modeling and Macroeconomic Forecasting Department and in the Studies and Publications department, he represents NBR in the Working Group for Public Finance (WGPF), within the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB), he also participates in elaborating the fiscal projections for Romania in the context of the ESCB biannual forecasts, as well as determining the structural fiscal position and fiscal impulse. Mr. Cozmâncă has worked for 3 years at the European Central Bank within the General Directorate for Economy, Fiscal Policy Division, as senior economist, coordinating the projections and fiscal analysis for the category of non-euro countries, contributing to the ECB Convergence Repots from 2016 and 2018.
Mr. Bogdan Cozmâncă graduated the Faculty of Finance, Insurance, Banks and Stock Exchange, has a master degree in Financial and Monetary Policy and Strategy within the Doctoral School of Finance and Banking (DOFIN) and obtained the PhD degree in Finance within the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. He has benefitted for various training courses in macroeconomics (at International Monetary Fund, Bank of England, Study Center of Bank of Switzerland), in public finance field (within the European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund), as well as courses dealing with both macroeconomics, as financial markets with professors from partner universities of DOFIN – Reding and ISMA Centre in the United Kingdom, Eramus in the Netherlands, MIT, Columbia and New York University in the USA.
Mr. Bogdan Cozmâncă has published articles in ISI indexed journals, journals indexed in international databases, and in the volumes of international and national scientific events. He also published two books in the field of macroeconomic policies and banking management. He has participated in several research projects in the macroeconomic field. He is cited in papers published in ISI rated journals or indexed in international databases and has been invited on many occasions to participate with presentations at national and international scientific conferences.

Sebastian – Bogdan CĂPRARU, member of the Fiscal Council, is a PhD Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Department of Finance, Money and Public Administration of “Al. I. Cuza” University of Iași. He is affiliated as a PhD supervisor at the Doctoral School of Economics and Business Administration of “Al. I. Cuza” University of Iași.
Mr. Căpraru graduated the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration within the “Al. I. Cuza” University of Iași, specialization Banks and Stock Exchanges, has a master degree in Financial – Banking Management, and obtained his PhD degree in Finance in 2008 and the title of qualification at West University of Timișoara in 2015. He completed postdoctoral studies at the Romanian Academy and attended various research internships and training courses held by various universities from Spain, United Kingdom, Germany, France, United States of America and Italy. As a single author and co-author, he has published 7 books and over 120 articles in ISI – indexed scientific journals and international databases. Mr. Căpraru participated in various scientific events in the country and abroad. The main areas of interest in the field of research were banking, central bank’s activity, financial stability, financial regulation. He teaches courses in the financial-banking and real estate markets’ sector and is supervisor of the Master of Banks and Financial Markets within the “Al. I. Cuza” University of Iași. As a project manager or member he has attended various teams of research projects in the financial, banking or interdisciplinary field (10 projects), as well as in grants funded by structural funds (5 grants). He is deputy editor of the scientific journal “Scientific Annals of Economics and Business”, a member of the Scientific Committees and a peer review for various prestigious scientific journals in the country and abroad. At the same time, he has supported a rich journalistic activity in the Romanian specialized press since 2012.

Georgiana Camelia CREȚAN, member of the Fiscal Council, currently holds the position of Vice-Dean responsible for the relationship with socio-economic environment and students’ life, with the Faculty of Finance and Banking, from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE). She is also an Associate Professor, with the Department of Finance, from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, teaching and conducting research in Public Financial Policies, Public Finance, Finance, Double International Juridical Taxation, and Prices and Competition, within bachelor and master’s programs, at the same time being involved in other projects, as a consultant. She holds a BA diploma in „Finance and Banking”, a MA diploma in „Banks and Insurance”, and a PhD Degree in „Finance”, all from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. Before holding the position of Vice-Dean, Georgiana Camelia Creţan has been working for the National Ministry of Education as an expert of the Minister’s Control Commission and she also got involved in managing and implementing several projects financed by the European Social Fund, developed both in the public sector, and in the NGOs. She is Alumna of the Aspen Public Service Leadership Programme, conducted by Aspen Romania.

George GEORGESCU, member of the Fiscal Council, is general deputy manager of the National Institute of Economic Research “Costin C. Kirițescu” of the Romanian Academy.
Mr. Georgescu has over 30 years of experience in scientific research and has published more than 23 books (including book chapters) as author and co-author and more than 70 articles, many of them addressing the issue of macroeconomic and financial, internal and external, equilibrium and also the public debt sustainability. He has participated to more than 40 research projects/programs, including European funding. He has contributed to the elaboration of the Pre-Accession Economic Program, Romania’s Development Strategy for 20 year in the vision of the Romanian Academy. His professional career is complemented by the work carried out within governmental institutions in the field of macroeconomic forecasts, foreign trade and economic diplomacy, as well as the banking system. He is a member of the National Statistical Council and a lecturer at the SCOSAAR Doctoral School.