安博·体育:Department of Economics

The Economics major not only serves as the primary driver for the business school's advancement but also plays a crucial role in supporting the teaching and research endeavors of other social science disciplines university-wide. Established on the bedrock of economic theory, the Economics department is a faculty team dedicated to teaching and research. The history of graduate education in economics at our university dates back to the inception of the Political Economy major in 1979, positioning it as one of the oldest master's programs at the China University of Political Science and Law. Subsequently, the Economics department commenced admitting undergraduate students majoring in economics in 2002, followed by the enrollment of master's students specializing in Western economics in 2011. In 2017, authorization was granted to confer doctoral degrees in theoretical economics, leading to the establishment of a postdoctoral research mobile station in theoretical economics in 2019. Moreover, in 2021, the economics major was recognized as a national first-class undergraduate program. Presently, the Economics department is devoted to fostering top-tier talent in economics and establishing an integrated educational platform for undergraduate, master's, and doctoral students.

Having undergone significant development over the years, the Economics department now boasts a faculty team with diverse educational backgrounds, a youthful academic cohort, prolific research output, and a notable presence in their respective fields of study. Currently staffed with 11 full-time teachers, including 2 professors and 7 associate professors, all holding doctoral degrees, the department's faculty members have largely benefited from study or research experiences at esteemed overseas institutions.

In recent years, faculty members of the department have spearheaded over 20 national and provincial-level research projects. They have contributed numerous articles to prestigious domestic academic journals such as "Economic Research," "Management World," "World Economy," and "Political Economy Review," as well as international publications including SSCI and SCI journals. Furthermore, they have authored several academic monographs. The primary research focuses encompass modern market economy, political economy under Chinese socialism, institutional economics and Chinese economic development, microeconomic theory and policy, macroeconomic theory and policy, and economic transformation and sustainable development. A distinct feature of their research lies in the exploration of legal and economic intersections, institutions, and developmental issues, thereby aiding the theoretical and practical advancement of the Chinese economy.

The Economics department is steadfast in its commitment to advancing teaching and research reforms, fostering international collaborations, and pioneering innovative interdisciplinary talent development models in economics and law. Guided by the principle of "broad scope, solid foundation," the department aspires to emerge as a premier domestic and internationally influential hub for nurturing economic talents.


Introduction to Department Head

Deng Da, Department Head of the Department of Economics, Professor, Ph.D. supervisor, Deputy Director of the Academic Committee of Business School, member of the Council of the Chinese Society of Industrial Economics. She was a visiting scholar in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC - CH). Her academic papers have been published in journals such as Management World and Economic Research. Her research expertise is on market economy theories, industrial upgrading & sustainable development, and creative industries.


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