经济学专业


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经济学专业

院系介绍

我们的日常生活中离不开政府的经济政策,很多时候,个人决定与判断也与经济相关。没有经济知识则不能进行准确的投票选举及阅读报刊,没有支配经济生活的能力,便不能设计我们和我们的子女未来的生活。现今引起纷争的经济政策焦点,比如,通货膨胀、失业率、政府的合理分配职能、消除贫困、提高经济增长率的方法等均反映了过去经济学家的意见,得以解决。所有的学习经济学的学生首先要学习,关于资源稀少性与随之而来的不可避免的选择问题。学习了经济学,在直面不可避免的选择时,我们可以更快速有效地作出选择。

联络处

Major in Economics Kongju National University 182 Singwan-dong, Gongju 314-701, Korea
  • 电话: +82-41-850-8440
  • 传真: +82-41-855-8440
  • E-mail: hak219@kongju.ac.kr
  • 网址: http://economics.kongju.ac.kr/ (in Korean)
教授介绍

李弼領
Professor
Statistics, Econometrics
+82-41-850-8437
phillee@kongju.ac.kr
朴東珪
Professor
Public Finance, Monetary Economics
+82-41-850-8438
dkparkk@kongju.ac.kr
趙仁成
Professor
Game Theory, Microeconomics, Industrial Organization
+82-41-850-8439
ischo@kongju.ac.kr
朴贊一
Professor
Monetary Economics, Finance, Econometrics
+82-41-850-8441
cipark@kongju.ac.kr
金宇煐
Professor
Labor Economics
+82-41-850-8442
kwy@kongju.ac.kr


教科课程

Spring Semester

Principles of Economics I (3 Credits)
Introduction to Statistics (3 Credits)
Mathematical Foundation of Economics Analysis (3 Credits)
Microeconomics Ⅰ (3 Credits)
Macroeconomics Ⅰ (3 Credits)
Introduction to the International Economy (3 Credits)
Introduction to the Game Theory (3 Credits)
Labour Economics (3 Credits)
From this course, students will learn about various aspects of the labor market such as labor market participation, employment, unemployment, wage determination. This course has been taught in English for the last couple of years. Therefore, students are required to have basic skills in English in order to take this course. Lecture notes and ppt files are handed out in advance.
Money and Finance (3 Credits)
Economic Growth (3 Credits)
Financial Markets (3 Credits)
Research Methods (3 Credits)
International Labor Relations (3 Credits)
North-Eastern Asian Economy (3 Credits)
Topics in Economics (3 Credits)

Fall Semester

Principles of Economics Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Principles of International Trade and Commerce (3 Credits)
Microeconomics Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Macroeconomics Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Public Finance (3 Credits)
International Trade (3 Credits)
Econometrics (3 Credits)
International Finance (3 Credits)
Information Economics (3 Credits)
Industrial Organization (3 Credits)
Resources and Environmental Economics (3 Credits)
Financial Engineering (3 Credits)
Applied Econometric Analysis (3 Credits)
Economics of Education (3 Credits)
Seminar in Microeconomics (3 Credits)
Seminar in Macroeconomics (3 Credits)