DMEA Lab Decision Making and Economic Analysis
DMEA Lab: Decision Making & Economic Analysis
Department of Economics, Komotini, 69100, Greece
email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Tel: 25310 39824-6
Purpose and objectives
The "Decision Making & Economic Analysis" Laboratory of the Department of Economics of the Democritus University is an innovative initiative aiming at the development, implementation and promotion of the latest scientific and interdisciplinary trends and Decision Making, Operations Research, Statistics, IT in Economics, Business Administration, Development, Organization, Planning and Strategy.
Based on scientific, empirical and business interaction uses, develops and creates methodological tools for every field of interest, to ensure the success of such implementation in the real world problems and in advanced research.
The laboratory has a wide range of fields of interests such as: Financial Markets, Stock Markets, Money Markets, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Business development, Entrepreneurship, Government and Public Service/Organizations, Infrastructure, Networks, Transportation, Shipping, Telecommunications, Energy, Industry, Development and Planning, Urban Space, Planning, Environment, Waste disposal/management, Real estate, Tourism, Public Reforms, Restructuring, Modernization, Risk management, Crisis Management, Information Technology, Systems Analysis, etc.
The laboratory also aiming at the development and implementation of decision making processes and models, in management of institutions and public and private companies.
The mission of the laboratory is to develop, disseminate and implement scientific knowledge and research results in various scientific areas and real problems improving operational procedures, decision making and management.
For these purposes, tries to:
a) support the efforts for expansion, consolidation and integration of related branches of knowledge and practices,
b) support the free exchange of scientific information and experience on the laboratory purposes,
c) promote the wider use of this knowledge by scientists, professionals, organizations and the public,
d) encourage the education of students, researchers and the training of professionals in these fields of knowledge, and
e) promote high professional standards and research integrity and ethics.