Silviu Glavan is an Assistant Professor at the Business Administration Department.
He holds a PhD. in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods from the Carlos III University of Madrid and a B.Sc. Degree in Applied Mathematics from the Bucharest University. In addition to his academic experience, he has spent several years as a consultant in the financial services industry.
Prof. Glavan's research interest is situated at the convergence of accounting and finance, by studying the impact of the international financial reporting standards (IFRS), in particular the "fair value accounting" for financial instruments, for the real decisions (portfolio allocation / risk management) of the financial institutions.
His teaching expertise comprises both Financial Accounting (Introductory Financial Accounting, International Accounting (IFRS)) and Finance (Fixed Income Instruments, Financial Derivatives, Risk Management) courses, at graduate and undergraduate level.