Born on 18th of June, 1957, in Iasi, Romania.
Ph. D. in Economics
Ex-Dean of the Faculty of Economics, University “Petre Andrei” of Iasi
Teaching and Research in the field of Economics and sciences which
intertwine with Economics, even borders sciences, at the Faculty of
Economics-Univ. “Petre Andrei” of Iasi.
Trainer (COR code 242401)
International consultant and evaluator Ph. D. Thesis;
Papers included in important international reference databases, such as RePEc, Google Scholar,
Participants to several scientific international events.
60 articles published in ISI or indexed in international data bases, during decade 2006-2016.
Graduate of the Faculty of History-Philosophy- University „Al. I. Cuza” Iasi,
Ph. D. In History;
Master in Jews History and Hebrew;
Graduate as chief promotion of postuniversity classes of the Faculty of
Communication and Public Relations “David Ogilvy”-Bucharest, 2002;
Graduate of European Association for Transactional Analysis, Iasi, 2001;
Editor-in-Chief of the Rromanian Broadcasting Society-Iasi Studio (2006-present);
“The prize of excellence for the entire career in broadcasting and journalism”, within “The 2017 Gala of
Celebrities”, 10th edition, April 2017;
12 books published or emerging
This scientific enterprise is set forth by the necessity to highlight the difference between
the two major concepts in the field, encountered in the specific literature, a relevant aspect
to be understood for a better comprehension of the whole issue presented in this work.
The main difference between responsibility and accountability is that responsibility can
be shared while accountability cannot. Being accountable does not only mean being
responsible for something but also ultimately being answerable for your actions. Also,
accountability is something you hold a person to only after a task is performed or not
performed. Responsibility can manifest itself before and/or after a task was or was not