1. History
  • 1923: Starting Economics education and research

  • 1931: Establishing School of Economics

2. Faculty & Staff
  • 198 faculty & staff on campus, including 58 professors, 71 associate professors, and 26 lecturers

3. Number of students 
  • Undergraduate: 1,243

  • Master: 590

  • Doctoral students: 324

4. Bachelor degree
  • Economics, International Economics and Trade, Public Finance, and International Business

  • Pilot classes: Bo Ling Class (economics top-notch innovation class), Economics Management and Law Class (special class)

5. Graduate degree
  • 2 primary-level national key disciplines: Theoretical Economics and Applied Economics

  • 15 disciplines applicable to master and doctoral students: Political Economics, Economics Thoughts History, Economic History, Macroeconomics and Microeconomics, World Economics, Population Resources and Environmental Economics, Regional Economics, Public Finance, Finance, Industrial Economics, International Trade, Labor Economics, Quantitative Economics, Statistics, and Urban Economics

  • Disciplines applicable to professional master students: Tax and International Business

6. School Structure
  • 4 departments: Department of Economics, Department of International Economics and Trade, Department of Public Finance, and Department of International Business

  • 7 institutes: Nankai Institute of Economics, Institute of International Economics, Institute of Urban and Regional Economics, Institute of Population and Development, Institute of Quantitative Economics, Institute of Taiwan Economic Research, Institute of Finance

7. Research bases of the Ministry of Education
  • Collaborative Innovation Center of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

  • Center for Transnational's Studies

  • Center for Political Economy