The Master in Economics program is offered by School of Economics, Shandong University (SDU-SE).
School of Economics at Shandong University (SDU-SE) is currently one of the largest economics schools in China, after expanding from the original department of economics in 1987. It encompasses five departments (i.e. Economics, Finance, Public Finance, International Economics and Trade, Risk Management and Insurance), and it is home to several research centers such as Institute of Consumption and Development. SDU-SE offers a variety of integrated educational and professional programs, including 7 doctoral programs, 12 master programs, and 6 undergraduate programs. SDU-SE has been designated as a talent-training base for Financial Mathematics and Financial Engineering in a joint effort with School of Mathematics at the same university. Furthermore, the School’s strength in Industrial Economics has been recognized as a key discipline nationally, while its Political Economy and Public Finance are ranked as key disciplines at the provincial level.
Since its founding, SDU-SE has consistently pursued academic excellence and highest teaching standards. As a result, its graduates have been routinely placed at key positions in diverse organizations and occupations. Central to our success is an outstanding faculty that is fully committed to active research and passionate teaching. There are as many as 27 full professors and 32 associate professors among its 89 faculty members, and 17 of which have extensive overseas research experiences for one year or more. The faculty also includes a fellow of the prestigious Chinese Academy of Science, a well-recognized Taishan Scholar, a National Excellent Teacher, and a Provincial Outstanding Talent.
SDU-SE is committed to being a top economics institution in China with growing worldwide influence. Led by a renowned financial mathematician Prof. Shige Peng, the dean of the School and a fellow of the Chinese Academy of Science, the School, and all its faculty members are dedicated to achieving this goal through cutting-edge research, high-quality teaching, and active cooperation with research institutions around the world.
Syllabus for Master of Economics
- Intermediate Microeconomics
- Intermediate International Economics
- Intermediate Industrial Economics
- Intermediate Macroeconomics
- Policy & Commercial Diplomacy
- Public Economics
- China's Economic Reform and Development
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Last updated January 22, 2018