Labor Economics

The purpose of the Department of Labor Economics is to train students with solid economic theory, the ability to analyze and solve practical problems comprehensively, systematically master the relevant theories of economics, labor economics and public management, and be able to engage in economic analysis, policy research, consulting services, teaching and scientific research in comprehensive economic management departments, government research departments, different types of enterprises and institutions and financial institutions Secondary professionals. At present, the Department mainly has master's degree programs of labor economics and public management disciplines (Educational Economics and Management, Social Security). The main research fields include: labor economy theory and policy, social security theory and practice, human resource development and management, social insurance, social welfare and social assistance, administrative management, educational economy and management, social medicine and health management, etc.