Doina Radulescu

Professor, Centre of Competence for Public Management at the University of Bern, Switzerland
Biography

Doina Radulescu  is professor for “State and Market” at the Centre of Competence for Public Management at the University of Bern, Switzerland. Following her doctoral studies  at the ifo Institute for Economic Research in Munich, she joined ETH Zürich as a PostDoc.  She spent research visits at Tel Aviv University, Israel and NHH Bergen, Norway. She is an applied economist with interests in Energy Economics and Public Economics. Her research interests focus on understanding how different government policies can promote renewable energy as well as the adoption of electric vehicles. Furthermore, she is also interested in the redistributive and welfare effects of such policies. Her publications featured in journals such as Energy Economics, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, European Journal of Political Economy, or International Tax and Public Finance. In 2013 she was awarded together with Peter Egger the “Stanley Hoffmann Best Article Award” on French politics for their article published in the European Journal of Political on family policy and the number of children. Doina Radulescu is a CESifo research affiliate and member of the Oeschger Center for Climate Change Research at the University of Bern. She has successfully attracted research funding and worked on several projects financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation.

 


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