The Center's Scholars and Staff

The Center's Scholars and Staff

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Peter Hardi

Professor
Professor of Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Director of the Center for Integrity in Business and Government
Director of the Center for Business and Society
Business School Academic Office
Business School Business and Society
Center for Business and Society (CBS)
Center for Integrity in Business and Government
Phone number: +36 1 887 5028
Hardip@ceubusiness.org

Peter Hardi has been a professor of business ethics and corporate social responsibility at the CEU Business School and the Director of the Center for Business and Society since joining the faculty in 2006. His current research focuses on the role of business in society and the interaction with major social partners and on the linkage between resource management and social outcomes, particularly the efficiency and sustainability of resource use in CEE and Central Asia. As director of the Center for Business and Society, Hardi heads several research projects dealing with corporate ethics and sustainable business practices.

Gergely Radacsi

Researcher - Center for Business and Society
CEU Business School
Center for Business and Society (CBS)
Center for Integrity in Business and Government
Phone number: +36 1 887 5093
radacsig@ceubusiness.org

Received his MA in Public Policy at CEU. Currently working as a researcher at the Center for Business and Society, CEU Business School. He is also a member of the National Expert Committee on Enhancing Substance Abuse Prevention at Workplaces in Hungary. His research area covers corporate social responsibility, substance abuse prevention, and business involvement in the resolution of complex social problems.

 

Alexander Boehm
Researcher - Center for Business and Society, CEU Business School
BoehmA@ceubusiness.org

Alexander Boehm received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Honours History from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada in 2007. From 2007-2008, Alexander worked as a Community Content Manager at the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) in Waterloo, Canada where he helped build a network for development and governance professionals to share best practices and discuss the challenges facing international development. In 2010, Alexander earned a Master of Arts degree in International Relations from the Free University of Berlin where he wrote his Master's thesis on how a broad based human security framework that focused on the needs of the Afghan individual would be effective in stabilizing Afghanistan and would assist in establishing the necessary conditions for good governance and state-building initiatives to succeed.  

In 2009, Alexander worked as researcher on the Canadian Embassy in Berlin's new multimedia centre. His research focused on Canadian contributions to science, technology and innovation. Upon moving to Budapest in 2012, Alexander worked as an International Relations advisor for an international development company specializing in the redevelopment of historical landmark buildings in Central Eastern Europe. Alexander maintains a strong interest in CEE policy issues, anti-corruption initiatives and regularly contributes to Geopolitical Monitor, an intelligence publication and consultancy.  

Alexa Noémi
Assistant Professor
Center for Integrity in Business and Government
alexan@ceubusiness.org

Noemi Alexa is an assistant professor of the Center for Integrity in Business and Government of CEU Business School since June 2013. She holds a Ph.D. in Multidisciplinary Social Sciences from Corvinus University and M.A degrees in Cultural Anthropology and Humanities in Spanish from ELTE University. She attended the the M.A. course of Politics and Government of the University Pompeu Fabra. She has experience in providing executive trainings, supervising and managing research projects and work in an international environment.Before joining the Business School she worked as the Executive Director of Transparency International Hungary for seven years. Besides the financial and human management of the organization she was responsible for ensuring high-quality professional content about corruption in the political and business sector in Hungary. Prior to that, she gained research and practical experience in the use of EU funds as a Ph.D. fellow and as the Deputy Head of Department of International Affairs in the Ministry of Social Affairs.

After gaining practical experience in the field of corruption she focuses now on the academic background of the topic. Her current research focuses on integrity in the business sector and the impact of increased transparency and accountability of businesspeople and enterprises on competition. 

 
  • "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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