Industrial Economics

Program Introduction

As one of the branches of economics, applied economics is typically characterized by the application of economic theory and econometrics to address practical issues in a range of fields. The process often involves a reduction in the level of abstraction of the core of economic theories and on the other hand a supplement of details in the real world. It takes the “market and firms” as research object, considers corporate behavior from the perspective of markets and looks at market structures from the standpoint of firms.

Program Overview

Core Courses

Advanced Econometrics,Intermediate Macroeconomics,Intermediate Microeconomics

Teaching languages: Chinese, English

Tuition:29000 RMB/year (Chinese taught)

             31000 RMB/Year (English taught)

Course start date:September

Course duration:Two Years

Application Deadline:May 30th

Research Areas

Energy Industry and Regional Economy

Energy Economics and Policy

Analysis of International Energy Industry

Industrial Organization and Policy