Series of BBJ columns

Series of BBJ columns

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Smart business schools promise competitive revitalization by Mel Horwitch

1. Hungary’s tax system misses the mark by Mária Findrik
2. Who are our Consumers? Can They Fuel the Engine of Growth?
3. Looking Backward and Ahead

1. CSOK Housing Support Could Help Build Energy Efficiency by Michael LeBelle
2. A Political Life Extension for Nuclear Power by Michael LaBelle

Product Lifecycle Management : A Natural Part of Business Life by William Lloyd

On the Likelihood of the Euro Replacing the Forint by Paul Marer

1. Farming: Waking the sleeping giant by György Bőgel
2. AI: Masters and Servants

      Doing Dim Sum: Why Hungary issued yuan Eurobonds by Péter Szilágyi 

Car sharing scheme could help keep Budapest air clean by Anita Kovács, Alumnus

      The Challenge of Building a Culture of Compliance by Davide Torsello


The Sharing Economy could Change Everything by Yusaf Akbar

What does Nils Holgersson have to do with the Emerging Technologies of the New Era? by Achilles Georgiu

Clustering Creativity by György Bőgel

HR Managers Lead Drive for Integrity by Noémi Alexa
Where do Taxes Go?

How Technology is Changing the Real Estate Game by Felix Gugel

Mixing Terms: Innovating in Innovativeness by Tibor Vörös

On Culinary Temptations and CEE Competitiveness by Zoltán Buzády

Pension Insurance Shemes - the Holy Grail of Pension savings in Hungary? by Anna Turner

Positive Developments in Central European Economies by Julius Horváth

Branded Content Needs to Become Omnichannel by Bruno Bitter
From the First Moment of Truth to Micro-moments in Automotive Marketing

CEU iLab - New Concept Blends Thinking and Practice for Entrepreneurship 

Lagging Digital Transformation in the Hungarian Banking Sector - László Urbán

Renault's Successful Dacia Logan Project - Paul Lacourbe

The Future of Financial Trading Transparency by Péter Szilágyi and Cecilia Bán

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