Victor Bădulescu

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Victor Bădulescu (July 28, 1892–December 1953 or January 1954) was a Romanian economist.

Born in Găeşti, Bădulescu was undersecretary of the Ministry of Finance of Romania from February 7, 1935 to August 29, 1936, when he was appointed secretary general of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

In 1945 he was elected corresponding member of the Romanian Academy, being expelled in 1948. After being arrested by the Communist authorities, he died in Sighet prison in December 1953 or January 1954.

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  • Guvernele Romaniei - Guvernul Gheorghe Tătărescu (II) [1]
  • Academia Română. Membri [2]