School of Economics
The School of Economics was established in August 2003 to meet the requirements of the development of education in China. By 2004, the School has more doctorate and master programs than any other School or department within CUFE. It has mobile post doctoral program of economics, six doctoral programs, eight master programs and three graduate programs.
The School of Economics has five departments: National Economics, Economics, Statistics, Industrial Economics and International Economics. It has three academic research institutes: Economics Innovation and Development Study Center, Economic History Research Center, and Economic Statistics and Market Investigation Institute. Support functions are provided by four management offices: School Office, Office of Teaching and Academic Research Management, Office of Student Affairs and the Information Center.
The School has 38 full-time faculty members including 9 doctoral advisors, 11 professors and 15 associate professors.
At present, the School of Economics has 50 PhD candidates, 160 postgraduates and 350 undergraduates. The main courses for undergraduates are Western Economics, Political Economy，Developing Economics，Statistics, International Economics, National and International Economics Analysis, Economics and the History of Economics Thought, Economics Metrology，National Economics, Industrial Economics, Modern Business Statistics, Securities Statistical Analysis, Modern Statistical Software, Sample Theory and Method, etc.
In recent years, teachers of the school have published more than 500 articles in “China Social Science”, “ Economics Trend”, “ China Daily” and other journals. They have issued approximately 20 professional works, 60 textbooks and 4 book translations. They have also completed more than 10 academic projects of at least provincial level. These include a national social science fund project, a social science fund project of Education Ministry, a social science fund project of Beijing municipal city. In addition, they have cooperated with government organizations and enterprises on more than 10 research projects, 7 of which have won awards at provincial level or above.
The School of Economics has actively participated in the development of international academic exchange. It has invited experts from the U.S, Germany, Italy and other countries to give lectures.
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