http://www.napi.hu/magyar_vallalatok/kockazatkezelesben_van_meg_hova_fejlodnie_a_kkv-knak.591515.html - Hungarian economic news portal napi.hu carries an interview with CEU Business School alumnus Mihaly Geiszbuhl (CEU BS MBA ‘06) on the risk assessment of small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) in Hungary.
http://eduline.hu/felsooktatas/2014/12/28/bringaval_az_egyetemre_4LU5PN - Hungarian educational news portal eduline.hu reports: In the past years Budapest became well-known in the world for the development of its bicycle routes. The article examines whether bicycle access is provided at Budapest universities and whether students use this means of commuting. It mentions CEU as exemplary, since the university provides nearly 80 parking spaces and operates its own bicycle rental facility as well.
Hungarian all news television Hir TV interviewed Laszlo Csaba, professor in the Department of International Relations and European Studies at CEU, and Tamas Pesuth, head of economic research at Nezopont Intezet, in their “Gazdasag 2014 es 2015” program about the achievements and failures of Hungarian economy.
http://index.hu/gazdasag/defacto/2014/12/22/itt_a_bizonyitek_a_kozbeszer... - Hungarian news portal index.hu issued the latest article of Defacto, the bi-weekly economics blog created and edited by CEU economics professors. The blog entry, written by Associate Professor Miklos Koren and Professor Adam Szeidl of the Department of Economics at CEU, is entitled “Evidence for Public Procurement Corruption” and discusses how corruption became possible in Hungary since September 2010.
A new Hungarian law grants control over research grant awards for basic science to a large government office from January 1, 2015, raising concerns about the independence of the process, according to Professor Janos Kertesz of CEU’s Center for Network Science.
http://hu.euronews.com/2014/12/19/gazdasagi-osszefoglalo-2014-oroszorszag-sotet-eve/ - Director of CEU's Center for EU Enlargement Studies Peter Balazs speaks to Euronews about the new economic "Cold War" between Russia and the EU and the consequences.
http://www.innoportal.hu/bokezuen-tamogatja-a-fiatal-kutatokat-az-europai-kutatasi-tanacs - Hungarian news portal innoportal.hu reports: Erno Teglas, Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Philosophy and Cognitive Development Center at CEU, has been awarded an ERC starting grant. This makes CEU the most successful research institution in Europe with 5 ERC grants.
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http://www.elelmiszer.hu/cikk/a_financial_times_a_vasarnapi_zarva_tartasrol - Hungarian trade news portal elemiszer.hu reports: In response to a Financial Times article criticizing the Hungarian government’s recent measure against Sunday opening of shops, researcher in the Center for Policy Studies (CPS) at CEU Attila Bartha stated that from the recent shopping habits of Hungarians it is evident that the new law is against the wishes of the Hungarian people.
Hungarian weekly Magyar Narancs carries an article about the 2014 results of the Hungarian economy that bases its claims on three references, including the bi-weekly economic blog entitled „Defacto,” which is edited and written by professors of the Department of Economics at CEU (Miklos Koren, Botond Koszegi, Adam Szeidl).
Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the weekly (12. 18.2014., pp.112-113, Egyenletesen novekvo hatrany).
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