The Institute of Technology Economics and Economic Management of the School of Economics and Information Engineering was established in 1992. The Institute has 12 teachers, including 2 professors, 1 senior engineer, 8 associate professors, 1 lecturer and 6 doctoral degree holders. The Institute adheres to the philosophy of “Science and Technology, Capital and Economics”, and is responsible for the training of doctors and masters in science, technology and management disciplines, scientific research and social services.
The Department of Technology Economics and Management was awarded a master's degree in 1992, and was authorized by a doctoral degree in 2004. In 2013, a post-doctoral mobile station for business administration was established in the first-level discipline. This discipline relies on the academic advantages of Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, focusing on the integration of technology, economics, management, and finance, focusing on the impact of emerging technologies on the industry, investment and financing decision-making and management, technology innovation and management, project management, and intellectual property protection. The research features of the basic theory, method system and applied research in the main directions such as project valuation are obvious. Focus on cultivating compound talents who master the data and master the big data analysis technology and the economics and management discipline background.
Research direction and core curriculum:
(a) Investment and financing decision-making and project management: mainly research on investment and financing decision-making methods, investment and financing methods, investment and financing risks, project evaluation, project management, project feasibility analysis and other issues.
Core courses: project management, investment and financing decisions, technical economics, financial technology, financial risk management and other courses.
(b) Technology innovation and management: At the micro level, the main research: technology innovation resource management, technology innovation decision management, technology innovation process management, technology innovation risk management, technology innovation system management, technology innovation marketing management, technology innovation culture management, etc. .
Technical innovation management at the macro (national) and meso (departmental, regional) levels, mainly research: technology innovation strategy, green innovation, innovation cluster, innovation network, innovation diffusion, innovation and economic growth, innovation policy, innovation culture and other issues.
Core courses: technical economics, business intelligence, financial technology, blockchain and other courses.
(c) Intellectual property and project valuation: mainly research on the use and application of research and development projects, intellectual property protection measures, intellectual property traceability, review and supervision mechanisms.
Core courses: intellectual property protection, project valuation, business intelligence, smart finance, big data analytics technology, blockchain and more.