http://www.itbusiness.hu/Fooldal/rss_3/ITBusiness_Technology_2017_A_hullamlovas.html - Hungarian news portal itbusiness.hu reports: At the IT Business & Technology conference Georgiu Achilles, visiting lecturer and program director, MSc in IT management, and adjunct lecturer of IT management and leadership at CEU's Business School discussed how companies - from startups to major firms - can turn infocommunications technology developments to their advantage.
In its report about women Hungary can be proud of, Hungarian commercial television RTL Klub's Fokusz program interviewed Andrea Peto, professor at CEU's Department of Gender Studies about the history of international women's day. The report also features Diana Urge-Vorsatz, professor at CEU's Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy.
http://epiteszforum.hu/ilyen-volt-a-magasepites-2017-konferencia - Hungarian news portal epiteszforum.hu reports: On March 8 CEU hosted one of the biggest real estate business conferences in Hungary. Attracting more than 450 participants, the event provided a platform to discuss the challenges of the sector and find solutions for them.
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http://nrgreport.com/cikk/2017/03/06/a-technologia-fejlesztesek-nelkul-nincs-energiahatekonysag - Hungarian news portal nrgreport.com interviewed Michael LaBelle, assistant professor at the CEU Business School and the CEU Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy about the energy policies of Central European countries, and how clever energy technologies differ in the East and West. The first part of the interview.
http://www.digitalhungary.hu/e-volution/Gagyi-mami-es-a-drogosok-avagy-mit-tudnak-meg-100-lajkbol/4009/ - Hungarian news portal digitalhungary.hu reports: Gyorgy Bogel, professor at CEU’s Business School participated at the Evolution Conference, where he talked about the importance of analyzing data in creating successful businesses and marketing campaigns.
http://index.hu/gazdasag/2017/03/03/gdp_kulkereskedelem_tukorstatisztika_maximilian_gebhardt - Hungarian news portal index.hu reports: Gabor Bekes, visiting faculty at CEU’s Department of Economics in an article about how import and export figures are calculated in different EU countries explains the reasons for the difference in numbers.
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Magyar Nemzet (3.4.2017.p.7. Hianyoznak a vamok a statisztikaban)
http://index.hu/gazdasag/2017/03/03/orban_export_kelet/ - Hungarian news portal index.hu reports: Miklos Koren, associate professor at CEU’s Department of Economics gave expert commentary on the Hungarian Prime Minister’s vision to export one third of Hungary’s products to Eastern countries. Koren pointed out that 80% of those companies that can export have foreign ownership, therefore it is them who decide about the direction of export of their products.
http://hvg.hu/brandchannel/ceubusiness_20170227_ok_alkotjak_az_ossznepesseg_20at_es_egyre_tobbet_koltenek - Hungarian news portal hvg.hu published an article by Maria Findrik, associate professor of business economics at CEU’s Business School, about the consumer habits of the Y generation.
https://444.hu/2017/02/24/felejtsuk-el-a-gyuloletbeszedet-es-gyakoroljunk-onkritikat - Hungarian news portal 444.hu reports: Timothy Garton Ash, professor of European Studies at the University of Oxford, and director of the Free Speech Debate project, delivered a public lecture at CEU on Febr.