School of Economics has begun to enroll postgraduates in National Economics since 2007. Currently, the program is taken in charge of by 5 master’s supervisors, among whom 2 are professors, 3 associate professors, and 4 have received Ph. D. In the past 5 years, the faculty members have undertaken 6 research projects at the national and provincial level, 5 projects at the provincial department level, and 12 projects entrusted by government agencies and enterprises. They have published more than 100 essays in national authoritative and core journals, and 5 scholarly monographs.
National Economics sets government’s economic management as the research subject and is the academic discipline that investigates into the basic theories and methodologies in areas such as macroeconomic management, public investment management, regional economic management and industrial economic management under the condition of the socialist market economy. It aims at cultivating high-level professionals that engage in economic forecast, consultancy, planning, coordination, organization as well as teaching and scientific research for governments at all levels, middle- and large-scale enterprises, social agencies and institutes of scientific research. The discipline sets two research fields: (1) local economic structuring and development planning and (2) public investment management and economic and social development.
The employment rate of graduates from this program is 100%, and the majority of them engage in investment, finance and financial management in state-owned commercial banks, joint-stock banks and large-scale enterprises.