Constantin Udriste In existographies, Constantin Udriste (1940-) is a Romanian mathematician noted for his 2003 to 2008 publications, with Massimiliano Ferrara, in an attempt to extend the entropy ideas of Nicholas-Georgescu Roegen to the economic systems, e.g. a model for the equilibrium of the European Union.

In 1971, Udriste completed his PhD in mathematics, with a thesis on “Almost Coquaternion Structures”, at Babe-Bolyai University, Romania, in 1964 became a professor at Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, then chair of mathematics in 1990, and dean of faculty of applied sciences in 2005, and is presently retired. (Ѻ)

Further reading
● Ferrara, Massimiliano and Udriste, Constantin. (2003). “Area Associated Conditions to Thermodynamic and Economic Systems”, 2nd International Colloquium On Mathematics In Engineering And Num. Physics , April 2002 Bucharest (Romania) , Vol 8, pgs. 60-69.
● Ferrara, Massimiliano, Udriste, Constantin, Zugravescu, D. and Munteanu, F. (2008). “Geobiodynamics and Roegen Type Economy” (pdf), Far East Journal Mathematical Science, 28(3):681-693.
● Ferrara, Massimiliano. (2008). “Advances on Thermoeconomics: a Model for the Equilibrium of European Union’s Economy” (Geobiodynamics and Roegen Type Economy) (abs), Il Politico, LXXIII, 3:97-107.
● Ferrara, Massimiliano and Udriste, Constantin. (2008). “Black Hole Models in Economics”, Tensor, 1(70):53-62.

External links
Constantin Udriste (faculty) – University of Politehnica of Buchares.

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