Faculty Accomplishments

Faculty Accomplishments

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Oct 1/15 to Jan 31/16 Accomplishments:

Yusaf Akbar 

Akbar, Y., Balboni, B., Bortoluzzi, G. and Andrea Tracogna, (2016) “SME Export Performance, Capabilities and Emerging Markets: The Impact of Institutional Voids” Forthcoming in European Journal of International Management 

Akbar, Y., Balboni, B., Bortoluzzi, G., Dikova, D. and Andrea Tracogna, (2015), “The ‘Hidden’ Stages ofInternationalization of Western Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Emerging Markets: The Role of Experience, Feedback and Institutional Voids, submitted to International Business Review. 

Global Salesforce Transformation at Phillips– to be submitted to Ivey Cases

Yusaf Akbar, Sharing Economy – How Will Businesses Evolve? 11/6/15, part of the CEU-Brody House Speaker Series on New Management Thinking, 3/10/16

Noemi Alexa 

What did we do wrong? Magyar Telekom bribery case in the Balkans Case study for internal use of CEU, October, 2015 

Integrity in Human Resource Management, Presentation at the Academic Conference Educating for Integrity, November 5-7, 2015, Toronto

 

Gyorgy Bogel

Completing a Working Paper on smart agriculture (in English) 

Publishing an article on social consequences of technology innovation (in Hungarian) 

Various conference presentations and panel discussions on Big Data, smart systems and technology innovation 

Maria Findrik

"Ups and downs - but what is the trend? Hungary's competitiveness," BBJ 11/14/15 

"Hungary s tax system misses the mark," BBJ, 1/29/16 

Peter Hardi

“Integrity in Business: Challenges of an innovative curriculum framework for degree and executive education”. Paper presented at the CBERN-CEU Conference on Educating for Integrity, York University, Toronto, Canada, November 5-7, 2015 

Milestones and highlights of the five year-long Integrity Education project, Keynote presentation at the Evaluating Integrity Education and its Impact: Lessons Learned in the Former SU and East European Countries Workshop held at CEU BS, Dec. 10-11, 2015 

Mel Horwitch

Mel Horwitch, Building an Innovation Society:  The 'Revolutionary Business School,' speech delivered at the 25th Economic Forum, Krynica, Poland, 9/8/15 

Mel Horwitch, "How Executive and Corporate Education Match Up to Corporate Needs," Proceedings of the 23rd CEEMAN Annual Conference, September 23-26, 2015, Almaty, Kazakhstan, pp.72-73 

Mel Horwitch, A Looming Paradox: Discovering the Real “Smart” in Smart Cities, Keynote address at Hungarian Future Internet Conference (MJIK 2015), BME, Budapest, Hungary, 11/11/15 

Mel Horwitch,"Smart business schools promise competitive revitalization," Budapest Business Journal, 1/15/16

Mel Horwitch, High Stakes for the CEE—Can We Afford to Ignore the Twenty-First Century? part of the  CEU-Brody House Speaker Series on New Management Thinking, 3/10/16

Maciej Kisilowski

Published series of articles on deterioration of the rule of law in Poland: 

“Obama is Poland’s Only Hope,” Foreign Policy, 1/21/16 (with Bruce Ackerman) 

“Poland’s Overnight Court Breaks All the Rules,” Politico, 12/8/15 

“Polish Democracy is Crumbling,” Politico, 12/24/15 

“In Praise of Foreign Intervention,” Rzeczpospolita, 1/28/16 (In Polish) 

“Not Multinational Corporations, but Working Poor Should Benefit,” HVG, 1/11/16(In Hungarian) 

“Europe’s New Bad Boy,” Capital, 1/8/16 (In Bulgarian)

Michael LaBelle

LaBelle, M. “Pitfalls of Shale Gas Exploration in Poland” in ‘Risks, Rewards and Regulation of Unconventional Natural Gas’ edited by R. Quentin Grafton, Ian Cronshaw and Michal Moore, Cambridge University Press, accepted, forthcoming 2015/2016 

LaBelle, M. “National Innovation Capacity and Energy Challengers in Sustainable Energy Environments”, in ‘Delivering Energy Law and Policy in the EU and the US’, edited by Raphael Heffron and Gavin Little, Edinburgh University Press, accepted, forthcoming 2015/16 

LaBelle, M. and Georgiev, Atanas. “The Socio-Political Capture of Utilities: The expense of low energy prices in Bulgaria and Hungary" in ‘Energy Law and Energy Infrastructure Development for a Low-Carbon World,' edited by Raphael Heffron, Darren McCauley, Angus Johnston, and Stephen Tromans QC to be published by Cambridge University Press, accepted, forthcoming 2016.

Paul Lacourbe

Paul Lacourbe, "Durable goods leasing in the presence of exporting used products to an international secondary market," European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 250, Issue 2, 16 April 2016, Pages 448–456

Paul Marer

Missing Link Discovered: Integrating Csikszentmihalyi’s Flow Theory into Management and Leadership Practice. (Los Angeles: ALEAS Simulations, 2016). Senior author. 

“The Euro and Eastern Europe” in Bruno Dallago, Gert Guri and John McGowan (eds), A Global Perspective on the European Economic Crisis (Oxford: Routledge, 2016).

Charles Mayer

Mayer, Charles, S. and M. Reza Bakhshandeh, "Global vs. Local - The Hungarian Retail Wars," Journal of Business and Retail Management, Vol. 10, Issue 1, pp.149-158 (Oct. 2015)

Caterina Sganga 

Dei beni in generale. Artt. 810 – 821 c.c. [Of Goods – General theories. Commentary of Articles 810 to 821 of the Italian Civil Code] (Milan: Giuffré Editore, (October) 2015) 

Peter Szilagyi

Revised “Creditor Rights, Claims Enforcement, and Bond Performance in Mergers and Acquisitions”, with Luc Renneboog and Cara Vansteenkiste, for Journal of International Business Studies (2nd round) 

Presented at Allied Social Science Associations 2016 Meetings, San Francisco, January 3-5: “Shareholder Rights and Engagement at European AGMs”, with Luc Renneboog, “The Internationalization of the RMB: False Starts, Jumps and Tipping Points”, with Jonathan Batten 

Presented at International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference, New York, October 22-24: “When Kamay Met Hill: Organization Ethics in Practice”, with Jonathan Batten and Igor Loncarski

Davide Torsello 

Davide Torsello, Editor, Corruption in Public Administration: an Ethnographic Approach, Edward Elgar (UK), in press 

Davide Torsello (2016), ‘The anthropology of corruption’ (with B. Venard) Journal of Management Inquiry25(1):  34-54

 
  • "I have been recently nominated as the Regional IT Manager for West Africa at Unilever. My CEU Business School education has been a key differentiator during an otherwise very competitive recruitment process. I would like to thank all my great peers of the 2013-14 cohort and the wonderful faculty at the B-School for the valuable learning experience I had during my time in BP."

    Moussa Moumouni

    MSc in IT Management class of 2014

     
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