Emilian Dobrescu

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Emilian Dobrescu (born 22 May 1933, Bucharest) is a Romanian economist and chess composer.

In addition to serving as one of the highly respected members of the Romanian Academy, which is an influential academic forum in Romania,[1] Dobrescu has published a large numbers of books and articles on various topics in the field of economics.[2] One of Dobrescu’s recent studies, for instance, was titled "Macromodels of the Romanian transition economy" and focused on the Romanian economy. Furthermore, it also addressed possible economic policies that the Romanian leadership could implement in order to allow Romania to become more European.[1]

Although many of his studies have been published within the last ten years, Dobrescu has been an important figure in Romanian economics for decades. Nonetheless, some scholars are quick to point out that the policies he promoted were not always successful and played at least a small role in the failings of the Romanian economy during the 1970s.[3] The economist did, however, also serve on the State Planning Committee from 1972 until 1982 and held leadership roles on the Committee. Dobrescu served as the First Vice-President from 1972 until 1978, for instance, and as president from April 1981 until October 1982.[2]

Emilian Dobrescu is also a strong chess composer. He is co-author (with Virgil Nestorescu) of the monographs Compoziţia şahistă în România (1973, 312 p.) and Studii de şah (1984, 199 p.). He is the first Romanian to whom FIDE conferred in 1989 the title of Grandmaster of the chess compositions.

Dobrescu is presently living in Romania.[2]

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  1. ^ a b "Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics." Journal of Economic Literature 39 (June, 2001): 644
  2. ^ a b c CV of Emilian Dobrescu, on www.romania-on-line.net
  3. ^ Janos, p.304

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