Industrial economics is a study of industrial organization, industrial structure and industrial policy, which is an important sub-discipline of applied economics. The contents of this course include the theory of industrial organization, the theory of industrial structure, industrial policy theories and so on. Through this course, students are expected to master the basic theoretical knowledge of industrial and economic development, and make correct analysis of various economic phenomena and problems in real life.
1. Students will be familiar with labor market phenomenon and policies;2. Students will be able to use microeconomic models to analyze important issues and questions in related areas3. Students will be able to combine economic theory and data and conduct empirical research as well as discussion4. Students will combine knowledge from other disciplines and have a deeper understanding about economic issues and policies
This is an introductory course in financial econometric. We will discuss the basic analytic tools and their applications. The course focuses mainly on the linear model specification, Ordinary Least Square regression method, and limits of classical OLS method.
Money and Finance
This lesson includes the contents as below:the introduction of Financial markets, interest rates, principle of Bank, Model of money supply, financial innovation, monetary policy and so on
This course teaches macroeconomics at the intermediate level. It elaborates on the main macro economics topics including national income, money and inflation, unemployment, business cycles and economics growth. The basic analytical framework such as the IS-LM model is taught through which the key macro economic variables and their interactions can be studied. The course also discusses government economic policies and their implications. As time permits, a brief introductory to modern macroeconomics theories will be given.
This course will discuss the basic principles of microeconomics, but in a more formal and structured way than the introductory economics does. The topics will include the classical price theory (consumer choice, producer theory and market equilibrium analysis), market failure (externality and public goods), as well as some recent exciting developments in game theory and information economics. While we try as much as possible to demonstrate the beauty and rigor of microeconomic theories, we will apply these analytical tools to the real world and test the validity of their predictions. I will use many real world examples to show the relevance and power of economic thinking. To be sure, the principles we will cover in this course provide the foundation of almost all theories in modern economics.
Conceptual introduction to financial accounting. Emphasis is placed on wealth and income measurement and the preparation and interpretation of conventional financial statements.
Probability Theory and Statistics
Basic probability, Statistical inference,Estimation ,Testing ,Regression
Advanced Mathematics is designed to serve students majoring in chemical science, computer science and engineering etc. It consists of two parts of a two-semester sequence. The course begins with a rapid review of topics in algebra and trigonometry, which you should be competent in. Part 1, consisting of Chapters 1 to 7, is devoted to single variable differentiation, integration and differential equations. It covers the fundamental concepts and theorems. Part 2, consisting of Chapters 8 to 12, discusses in depth multivariable differentiation, integration, infinite series, vectors and the geometry of space.
"Economics of Development explores the principles and issues of economic development. In this course we will ask: How does a developing country break the poverty trap and evolve to a modern economy with a higher living standard? What are the processes and conditions of economic development? and Is there a scope for policy? What policies and strategies should be tried out? "
Economic Growth Theory
After an introductory discussion of economic growth, we examine neoclassical growth theories, from Solow-Swan in the 1950s and Cass-Koopmans in the 1960s to more recent refinements. We then turn to endogenous growth theory, discussing, among other topics, models of endogenous technological progress, technological diffusion, and an endogenous determination of labor supply and population.
History of Chinese Economic Thoughts
"This course focuses on Chinese people's thinking about the eternal contradictions between the limited resources and human's unlimited desires and its solution since Xia, Shang, and Zhou , including economic thought of pre-Qin Confucius, Mencius, Xunzi, Mozi, Laozi, Zhuangzi, Shangyang, Han Feizi and the business school, economic thought of the eastern han dynasty and the western han dynasty, economic thought of Wei, Jin and the Southern and Northern dynasty, economic thought of Sui and Tang dynasties, economic thought of Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties and so on. There are three purposes. The first is to let students understand the change of national economic thought, the second is to deepen students' understanding of the real economic problems, and the third is to let them understand the same nature of the development of human society by comparison with the Western economic thought.
History of Western Economic Doctrines
This course focuses on the origin and development of western economics, with especial emphasis on the dominant economics theory in different historical periods, and its impact on social development. It also pays special attention to how political institutions and other ideologies impact economics theory. During this process, we would observe the linkage between different theories as well as the development of theories, in order to find the theories and policies that works for China.
Selected Readings from The Capital
As Marx`s most great and mature works of economs, "The Capital" is the required reading of the Marxist political economy. Selected readings of "The Capital" is an intermediate degree course of political economics.It contains the most important theoretical parts of " Das Kapital ". we hope, by reading the original,the students would develope an in-depth understanding of the methods and principles of economics by Marx, of the development of the classical economics by Marx, and of the critique of the capitalist mode of production by Marx.
Theory of Industrial Organization
Theory of industrial organization takes "industry" as the object of study, which mainly studies the organizational structure among enterprises within industry and business strategies, output decision-making, pricing and non-pricing strategic behaviors of enterprises in specific organizational structures, as well as the market performance brought about by their behavior.
History of Chinese Economy
Economic History is an important branch of Applied Economics,which aim to analysis historical evolution using the methods of Economics, explain economic background of vital historical events,and find the law of historical evolution from the standpoint of Economics. People can find Mirrors in history for some important economic phenomenon and economic policy,so the research of Economic History can provide some lessons for contemporary economic development and economic policy. This course try to elaborate Chinese historical economic development and evolution at the background of world economic history,especially focus on modern time. In teaching the lesson we combine diffident historical stage and diffident topics together.
International Economics study the economic interdependence between countries, analyzing the flow of goods, services and capital between countries, as well as economic policies constraining such flows. It includes the content of international trade theory and policy, the international trading system, international monetary theory and macroeconomic policies in the open economies.
World Economic History
This course provides an overview of the main facts about world economic history
Financial Markets mainly introduces the basic theory of financial system and institutions, including financial markets, financial instruments and financial institutions.
Covers the theoretical structure of financial accounting, required financial statements, revenue recognition, operating assets ,current liabilities, coverage of accounting for investments, non-current liabilities and equities, accounting for income taxes, derivatives, accounting changes, statement of cash flows and earnings per share.