Carmen Valentina Rădulescu has been teaching at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies since 1997.
In 2016, she defended her habilitation thesis and became PhD supervisor in the field of Economics II.
Since 2021, she is Professor, PhD, Vice-Dean responsible for the didactic activity at the Faculty of Agro-Food and Environmental Economics.
Author and co-author of over 200 specialized works (articles, books, manuals), member of the organizing committee of some international conferences (for example: PEEC, CAFEE), member of the editorial board of some BDI magazines (International Editorial Council Rivista di Economia Agraria; Ecoforum; Journal of Tourism – studies and research in tourism; Journal of Academic Research in Environment and Geography), reviewer (Conference ICESS, CAFEE, IBIMA, MDPI); chair (IBIMA, Globalizacia) and guest editor (Frontiers), etc.
She received numerous awards: “Nicolas Georgescu Roegen” for the book Good governance. Cause and Effect of Social Negentropy, 2018, co- author; AGER Award for the book Survival – the paradigm of a sustainable future, 2011, co-author. Diploma of Excellence “Virgil Madgearu” 2006, Diploma “Nicolae Georgescu-Roegen”, 2003 and 2004; Diploma of praise for young researchers, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, awarded in 2000, 2001 and 2002.