Radu has extensive international experience across both the public and the private sectors. He has worked for the World Bank, in Poverty Reduction and Economic Management, where he focused on issues such as business climate improvement and international trade, financial and technology flows across East Asia and the Pacific. In addition, he has worked in economic consulting for FTI Consulting - Compass Lexecon, where he concentrated on major cases of corporate antitrust, mergers & acquisitions, and market design in a number of industries, including electricity, oil, natural gas, financial services, airlines and IT. More recently, he was a summer associate with Booz & Company's London office, where he focused on a transformational cost strategy for a major global investment bank and on a significant redesign of the capital investment process for a major international airport. He is also the co-founder and former president of GRASP (Global Romanian Society of Young Professionals), a non-profit, volunteer network of young professionals from across the world aiming to contribute to Romania's development and modernization through civic engagement, transfer of knowledge and public policies. Radu holds a Master in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School, where he focused on competitiveness, infrastructure finance, public-private partnerships, and leadership, and a BA in Economics from Harvard College. He is currently earning his MBA at London Business School. He greatly enjoys debating, traveling, skiing, classical music, ballroom dancing and politics.