Department of International Economic Relations

The Department of International Economic Relations mainly engages in research on the basic theories of international economic relations, policies of countries (regions) in the Asia Pacific region, and economic relations between countries (regions). In terms of scientific research work, the department strives to track the forefront and latest developments of the international economy, serving the development of the discipline; The research scope mainly involves fields such as world economy, regional and national economy, international trade and investment. Focus on studying the world economic pattern, international economic order adjustment, international economic institutional arrangements, major country economic relations, and changes in regional economic relations. By conducting a comprehensive and systematic analysis of the relationship between China and major countries and regions around the world, we aim to gain an overall understanding of its development context, characteristics, and trends, and provide research and consulting services for governments, enterprises, and other institutions.

The members of the Political Research: