- Ph.D., University of Minnesota
- M.A., University of Minnesota
- M.S., Babes-Bolyai University
- B.A., economics, Babes-Bolyai University
- B.A., mathematics, Babes-Bolyai University
- financial economics
- monetary economics
- economic theory
- risk/financial modeling
Florin Bidian is an assistant professor of risk management and insurance in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. He specializes in financial economics, monetary economics and risk management.
Before joining Georgia State, he was a senior risk and quantitative methods analyst at an energy hedge fund in Houston. He received a Ph.D. and MA in economics from the University of Minnesota, as well as an MS and BA in mathematics and a BA in economics from Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania.
- Bidian, F. “Portfolio Constraints, Differences in Beliefs and Bubbles,” Journal of Mathematical Economics, forthcoming.
- Bidian, F. (2015) “Robust Bubbles with Mild Penalties for Default,” Journal of Mathematical Economics.
- Bidian, F., Bejan, C. (2015) “Martingale Properties of Self-Enforcing Debt,” Economic Theory, 60 (1), 35-57.
- Bejan, C., Bidian, F. (2014) “Bubbles and Trading in Incomplete Markets,” Journal of Mathematical Economics, 53, 137-144.
- Bejan, C., Bidian, F. (2012) “Ownership Structure and Efficiency in Large Economies,” Economic Theory, 50 (3), 571-602.