June 16, 2014
As part of a program sponsored by the Spanish Embassy and the Cervantes Institute in Budapest, Alejandro de Villota gave a lecture entitled “Art Nature Vs Nurture: A Different Perspective on Investing in Art” at CEU Business School recently. De Villota spoke of his unique perspective as the youngest member of a family of renowned painters dating back centuries, admitting that he himself is not a painter. Instead, filled with a passion for the arts, he decided to embark on a mission promoting the special meaning and value of art.
June 13, 2014
On June 5, CEU Business School MBA students and alumni attended a special 25th Anniversary alumni gathering hosted by the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering. Also present were students from Bard College’s MBA-Sustainability Program and alumni from NYU-Poly’s Management of Technology, MBA-Innovation & Technology Management, Master’s in Management and Cleantech Execs Programs.
June 13, 2014
http://profitline.hu/hircentrum/hir/313298/A-NASDAX-OMX-tornyan-a-CEU-Business-School-diakjai - Hungarian economic news portal profitline.hu reports: Three teams of students from CEU Business School’s full-time MBA program presented business plans at the NASDAQ OMX Marketsite at Times Square in New York City before a jury of specialists from NASDAQ OMX, Prezi, and CEU Business School.
June 12, 2014
http://figyelo.hu/cikkek/405135-a-sarkany-es-a-puli - Hungarian news portal figyelo.hu published an article by CEU Business School Associate Professor Paul Lacourbe on the recent economic changes taking place within China and in the relations of the world to the Chinese economy. The article was also published in the weekly, Figyelo on June 11 (p. 21, A sarkany es a puli).
June 10, 2014
http://www.napigazdasag.hu/cikk/14726/ - Hungarian economic news portal napi.hu reports: 4.4 million job opportunities will be created by Big Data all over the world by the end of next year. In Hungary, a relevant program will be offered by CEU starting from 2015. Quite unique in Europe, the Master’s in Business Analytics program will primarily welcome economists and sociologists.
June 7, 2014
http://profitline.hu/hircentrum/hir/313028/Az-orosz-ukran-konfliktus-kovetkezmenyei-Kozep-Kelet-Europa-gazellatasara - Hungarian economic news portal profitline.hu reports: the conference organized by CEU’s Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) entitled “United in Diversification?
June 5, 2014
The Hungarian political-economic weekly Figyelo reports: IBM Hungary has tightened its relations with the academic world. It has been cooperating with Pannon University in Veszprem since 2010, and has launched a degree program with CEU, which is the second of its kind in Europe. For copyright reasons, the full article is available in the weekly (pp. 50-51, ”Vason innen, vason tul”). Previous Hungarian items of coverage: Computerworld (pp. 8-9, “Amit megosztassz, azza leszel“).
May 28, 2014
The Hungarian IT publication Computerworld reports: IBM Hungary has tightened its relations with the academic world. It has launched a joint research program with PannonUniversity and announced a Master of Busienss Analytics degree program with CentralEuropeanUniversity. It also helps startups by mentoring. For copyright reasons, the article is available in the monthly edition (pp. 8-9, Amit megosztasz, azza leszel).
May 28, 2014
The Hungarian IT publication Computerworld reports: Gyorgy Bogel, Professor at CEUBusinessSchool, cited an Economist survey at the plenary of the 21st Partnering Conference held on May 15-16, according to which the probability that the work of economists will be carried out by a machine within 20 years is 43 percent. As for telephone sales representatives and call center assistants, the probability of this scenario is 99 percent – in other words, these jobs will surely be transformed, if not eliminated, in the next two decades.