The course aims at enabling participants to understand the economic environment, both on the micro and on the macro level, with a view on incorporating this knowledge into strategic managerial decision-making. Building on basic economic principles such as opportunity costs and rational decision-making principles, the course will apply managerial economics concepts to real world problems such as demand analysis, pricing and output decisions, and strategic analyses of various competitive settings. The impact of the macroeconomic environment on managerial decision- making is explored by studying business cycle dynamics, inflationary and deflationary processes, financial market influences and long-term growth prospects.
About the lecturer
Florin Ilie is Director, Business Development Advisor for ING Bank in Romania. He has been with ING since 2004 and was Head of Equity Markets prior to the current assignment. Florin was ranked in the top 3 Central and Eastern Europe equity analysts in the June 2012 Extel voting run by Thomson-Reuters among the international institutional investors.
Since 1998, Florin worked in banking, academia, consultancy and diplomacy. He has authored or co-authored several pieces on economics and finance. Florin is a member of the Index Committee of the Bucharest Stock Exchange, the Romanian Finance and Banking Analyst Association and a founding member of the Harvard Club of Romania and Moldova and the Aspen Institute Romania.
He graduated studies at Harvard University (Master in Public Administration, specializing in Financial Markets & Analysis, 2002-2004), the University of Manchester (Master in Economic and Social Studies, specializing in European Politics & Policy, with Distinction, 2000-2001) and the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies (PhD in international economics, 2007; advanced studies in European integration, 1998-1999; BA in International Business, 1994- 1998). Florin also studied various topics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Universidad de Alcala.
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