Faculty of Economics and Business

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Faculty of Economics and Business was established on June 10th, 2005. The idea to establish such a faculty was in the works for several years and on the minds of University academics, along with the country‘s leading business and finance area specialists.

Specialists of the highest caliber, including economists, financiers, lawyers, and business managers work in the Faculty‘s Departments: Economics; Banking and Investments; Finance and Taxes; Customs‘ Operations; and Business Economics. They are able to apply theoretical knowledge, when resolving private and public sector practical tasks, and implementing the fundamentals of business skills.

The main goal of the Faculty of Economics and Business is to help all those who are studying here to reach professional career goals and embark on a successful career. The Faculty‘s academics and staff actively strive to share their knowledge of finances and their fields of expertise with participants of the Academy of Young Financiers and undergraduate and graduate students. This knowledge is necessary for those striving for careers as business leaders or as state civil servants.

For several years, the Faculty of Economics and Business has been working on development of up-to-date programs in the context of rapid changes in labour market. A major objective of the Faculty of Economics and Business is to assist students in their career pursuits.
Qualified economists, finance specialists, lawyers and IT professionals working in the faculty’s departments of Economics, Banking and Investment, Finance and Tax, Customs Activities, Informatics and Statistics successfully apply their theoretical knowledge to solve practical problems in private and public sectors and to develop entrepreneurship skills.
Faculty’s scientific and academic staff takes active part in international scientific work and international projects, publishes textbooks and studies, disseminates knowledge finance and entrepreneurship necessary for civil servants and business leaders.
With the ambition to develop student career orientation, the faculty actively cooperates with its social partners in development of study programmes, namely Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists, Vilnius Confederation of Businesses and Employers, Public Procurement Office, Securities Commission, Association of Customs Agents and other institutions.
The faculty has an Academy of Young Financiers which has been attended by numerous pupils and students for three years already. Attendants of the academy learn about investment, financial markets, stock exchange, their advantages and drawbacks, meet experienced investors and analyse particular issues of finance and investment.

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Lithuania Social Sciences
EU Social Sciences
world trade Social Sciences
republic Social Sciences
shadow economy Social Sciences
regulation Social Sciences
economics Social Sciences
quality of life Social Sciences

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Research Output 1984 2019

1 Citation (Scopus)

Adoption of mimic model for estimation of digital shadow economy

Gasparėnienė, L., Remeikienė, R., Ginevičius, R. & Schieg, M., 2018, In : Technological and Economic Development of Economy. 24, 4, p. 1453-1465

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Payment
Shadow economy
World Wide Web
Economics
Household

Attitudes of European consumers towards digital shadow economy: Lithuanian and Spanish cases

Gasparėnienė, L., Remeikienė, R. & Ginevičius, R., 2018, In : Acta Polytechnica Hungarica. 15, 4, p. 121-142

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Taxation