The mission of the Doctoral School of Economics is to generate and transfer knowledge to society through:

academic training, at the highest level of performance, of the doctoral student with the aim of satisfying the need for their intellectual, professional and social development, as well as society's need for a specialized workforce;
to promote excellence in the processes of scientific research, development, innovation and transfer of knowledge to the Romanian society, thus responding to its need for progress.
The strategic objective of the Doctoral School of Economics is to improve the quality of the doctoral studies it manages, by strengthening the (existing) doctoral fields but also by supporting and promoting new doctoral fields within it.

The following objectives derive from the strategic objective:

To optimise and make more efficient training programmes based on advanced studies;
to ensure and continuously improve the quality of the activities carried out within the SD of Economics;
to stimulate, develop research capacity and capabilities, while promoting new research directions;
development of the human resources involved in the PhD cycle;
internationalisation and increasing the visibility of the SD of Economics at national and international level;
optimising the activities of the institutional structures serving the DS,
ensuring a participative, transparent and efficient management style.

The Doctoral School of Economic Sciences ensures the acquisition by doctoral students of skills specific to the field of economics, such as: Advanced knowledge in the field; ability to identify, formulate and solve research problems; mastery of advanced research methods and techniques; knowledge of research project management; mastery of new research processes and solutions; skills in documenting, elaborating and valorizing scientific works; academic level language skills in international languages necessary for documenting and elaborating scientific works; understanding and ability to apply the principles and values of scientific research ethics in the field of economics, as well as transversal skills, as follows: written and oral communication skills in science and culture; advanced language skills in international languages; use of information and communication technology; interpersonal and teamwork skills; knowledge of human, material and financial resource management; leadership skills; knowledge of career management, as well as mastery of job search and job creation techniques for others; knowledge of risk, crisis and failure management; knowledge of the use of intellectual property rights legislation; economic, technological and social entrepreneurship skills.

Rules of organisation and functioning of the Doctoral School of Economics