The Department of Communication Economics, transformed in 2019 into the Department of Digital Economy, Management and Business Technologies (TsEUiBT), was organized in 1931 at the same time as the creation of the Faculty of Engineering and Economics of the Institute.
The combination of research and educational work of the teachers of the department determines their high scientific and professional level. This is reflected in the fact that leading professors participate in the development of the most important international and state scientific and technical programs, in particular: “Electronic Russia”, “Development of the Concept for the Development of Communications”, in the work of the Universal Postal Union and the International Telecommunication Union, in justifying the economic legal aspects of the entry of Russian telecommunications into the World Trade Organization, as well as in the work of the Scientific and Technical Council of the Ministry of Communications of Russia.
Period of the event2019-2020
Research results are used in the practical activities of organizations and communications enterprises and in the educational process. So the research results were used in the international activities of the Regional Commonwealth in the field of communications for the analysis, monitoring and regulation of infocommunication development of the CIS countries, the activities of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Space Communications” to substantiate an innovative development strategy, the introduction of innovative infrastructure projects of satellite communications based on an assessment of their socio-economic efficiency. Scientific and applied research results were used in the preparation of textbooks “Statistics of infocommunications” (2015, 2019), textbooks “Monitoring infocommunications” (2017), “Economics of the infocommunications industry” (2014), “Economics of infocommunications and industry Markets ”(2017),“ Efficiency of Investment and Innovation ”(2018),“ Digital Economy and Information Society ”(2018), monographs, teaching aids and scientific articles.