Graduate School of Industrial Economics
This Graduate School exercises a completely new approach to training in the most popular lines of education in the sphere of economics, state and municipal management, and economic security. The Graduate School trains qualified specialists in the fields of finance, insurance, securities management, accounting, analysis and auditing, banking, business intelligence, real economy and energy economics, engineering infrastructure management and socio-economic development of municipalities, organization of state and municipal management, management of customs processes, as well as forensic economic expertise and economic and legal support of economic security.
Researchers and professors actively conduct research in the field of digital economy and innovation economy, sustainable development of territorial entities, and many other areas.
The results of these studies are presented in more than 250 scientific papers of school employees published in international scientific journals indexed in the Scopus database over the past 5 years.
At present, Graduate School is implementing three largescale research projects with federal funding: a study of the formation and development of regional innovation systems in Russian economy; a study and innovation management, and a study of methodology for assessing the level of the digital environment and key RIS institutions development.
The Graduate School maintains sustainable international cooperation with the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus–Senftenberg (Germany); Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia); Aalto University (Finland); Technical University of Munich (Germany); and the University of Glasgow (Scotland, UK).