Research programs conducted by the Faculty of Economics and Informatics in Vilnius embrace various area. For example, economic and social life in Vilnius in the interwar era concerns the period between 1922 and 1939 which was the time of economic development of Vilnius region and particularly the economy of Vilnius city. In this period a large factory Electrit was established.


It produced radios and employed over 1000 employees. Additionally, The Bank of Vilnius was a stable financial institution. Despite the world economic crisis, the city experienced the development of trade. Public transport, radio stations were established, newspapers in different languages were issued. The growth of economy was one of the most dynamic in Poland. Simultaneously, the city encountered economic problems, high level of unemployment, shortage of developed industry and backwardness of the region. Competitiveness of Lithuanian economy compared to other countries of Middle-East Europe focuses on educing the most prominent factors which influence on the competitiveness of Lithuanian economy and estimation of influence of these factors on the standpoint of Lithuanian competitiveness among the region of Middle-East Europe;


The influence of foreign direct investment (FDI) on the development of Lithuanian competitiveness investment shows an overview of basic costs and benefits of foreign investment in Lithuania and it investigates the influence of Lithuania’s membership in the European Nations on the dynamics of inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country;


Usability of computer systems concentrates on usability evaluation methods and integration of the human-computer interaction design process to software development project; Information system design methodology and models embraces design and characterization of computerized measurement systems for investigation of various physical processes, e.g. variation of surface electric charge and potential.


Application of graphical programming in computerized measurement systems. Influence of measurement sensors on measured values using serial and parallel interfaces. Storage, recording and processing of measurement data. Characterization and comparison of ergonomics of designed computerized systems.