Founded in 1994, the Department of International Economics and Trade offers one undergraduate degree program (International Economics and Trade), three second-class discipline master’s degree programs (International Trade, Regional Economics and Industrial Economics), and one professional master’s degree program (Master of International Business). Main research fields of its faculty include: international trade theory and policy, norms of international trade in goods, international trade in services, world economic history, e-commerce development policies and transaction security, international logistics and supply chain management, development strategic and regional economic, urban and regional economics , industrial economics, strategic management and corporate.