Dept. of Finance 

                                Department of Finance

1. History
The Department of Finance, formerly known as the Finance Teaching and Research Section of the Management Engineering Department established in 1983, adheres to the school motto of “hardworking and plain-living, practical and realistic, self-disciplined and courageous to explore the truth” and the department motto of “seeking the universal knowledge and striving to be the industry and commerce elite”, committed to the research of the financial management theory and practice of corporate finance, securities, futures, etc.
Teaching condition
2. Courses
Advanced Financial Management, Analysis and Evaluation of Investment Projects, Finance, Internal Control, Course Design of Financial Management, Insurance, Intermediate Financial Management, Survey and Analysis of Information Disclosure of Listed Companies, Cost Control and Management, Computerized Accounting, Corporate Tax Planning, Money and Banking, Financial Management
3. Faculty
The department currently has 10 teachers, including: 1 professor, 4 associate professor; 5 doctors.
4. Major achievements
Fund, science and technology planning projects:
The Eleventh Five-Year National Science and Technology Support Program: A Research on the Supporting Technology of Engineering Construction and Scheduling Management Decision
Key Projects of National Social Science Fund: A Research on Water Resource Development and Cooperation Mechanism between China and the Surrounding Countries
National Social Science Fund: Water Pollution and Co-governance Model of the Drainage Basin in China and its Application in the Taihu Basin
A Research on Cross-boundary Water Resource Management Consultation Mechanism
Other fund projects:
A Research on the Strategic Environmental Elements of Multinational Corporations in China (American Enterprise Joint Fund);
A Comparative Study of the Business Strategies in Chinese and American Cultures (American Enterprise Joint Fund);
A Research on the Competitive Strategies of Famous Multinational Corporations in China (NSFC Subproject);
R & D Activities of Foreign Investments in China: Policies and International Comparisons (National Soft Science Research Program Subproject);
A Survey and Analysis of R & D Activities of Foreign Investments in Jiangsu Province (National Soft Science Research Program Subproject);
R & D Activities of Foreign Investments in China: Policies and International Comparisons (National Soft Science Research Program Subproject);
A Research on the Strategic Elements Variations of Multinational Corporations in China (Youth Fund of Humanities and Social Sciences Fund of Ministry of Education);
A Research on the Strategic Construction of International Technology Transfer System of Jiangsu Province (Jiangsu Province Soft Science Project);
A Research on the Routing Selection and Feasibility of Knowledge Outsourcing Strategies of Jiangsu Province (Jiangsu Province Soft Science Project);
R & D Center Establishment Strategies of Multinational Corporations in China: Analysis and Solutions (Jiangsu Province Soft Science Project);
A Research on the Improvement of Pillar Industry’s Core Competitiveness of Jiangsu Province (Jiangsu Province Soft Science Project);
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Consulting projects:

A Research on the Development Strategy of China Yangtze Three Gorges Project Development Corporation;
A Research on the Diversified Development Strategy of China Yangtze Three Gorges Project Development Corporation;
Development Strategy of Shenzhen Anyuan Group;
A Research on the Sustainable Development Strategy for Water Resources in China;
A Research on the Strategy for the Educational Training and Development of Water Resources Talents in China;
A Research on the Strategic Planning for the Sustainable Development of Water Resources in the Haihe Basin of China;
A Research on the Dynamic Management of Key Strategies for Water Resources in China;
A Research on the Key Framework of Management Strategies for Water Resources of the Taihu Basin;
A Research on the Management and Investment Strategy for the Taihu Basin;