Business School’s Akbar Publishes Three Case Studies

September 24, 2013

Should a major U.S.- or Europe-based pharmaceutical company choose China, India, or Mexico for a lower cost manufacturing site? How does a vice president of operations successfully manage the construction of a new airport terminal in Vienna in the face of changing dynamics with low-cost airlines and deregulated ground services? Should the founder of a chain of Hungarian hummus restaurants expand his business domestically or internationally? These are the challenges explored in three recently published case studies by Yusaf Akbar, associate professor of management and international business at CEU Business School. For more information, including links to the case studies, see