February 27, 2017
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.
February 13, 2017
The Budapest Business Journal published this piece about the new department CEU will create by combining strengths from the Business School and the Department of Economics. http://bbj.hu/economy/ceu-to-launch-new-department-in-budapest_128683
February 10, 2017
In response to changing patterns in business education globally and the evolving needs of our students, Central European University is creating a new Department, building on the combined strengths of the current Business School and Economics Department. The new Department will welcome its first cohort of master’s and doctoral students in the 2017-18 academic year.
February 1, 2017
CEU Business School Students Tamas Nagy and Marci Olah and their vegan-friendly, lactose-, soy-, GMO-, and gluten-free supplement Absorice are featured in Forbes Hungary. Their business was built in the School's Innovations Lab, a business incubator. English translation of Hungarian article is attached below.
January 11, 2017
January 6, 2017
CEU's Maciej Kisilowski writes in the EU Observer how Poland's PiS party has strategically taken over the constitutional court. https://euobserver.com/opinion/136463
December 30, 2016
Maciej Kisilowski, CEU associate professor of law and public management, writes in this opinion piece about the Eastern European rise of "illiberal democracy" and how that affected the West. This piece was originally posted on Project Syndicate. http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/3mGF7KZoyr1caTH5kwBmrL/Maciej-Kisilowski--How-Eastern-Europe-blew-up-the-West.html
December 29, 2016
Hungarian weekly Forbes published an article about Hungarian companies specializing in producing and distributing vegan food and dietary supplements. Tamas Nagy and Marci Olah, students at the CEU Business School Innovations Lab, were also interviewed. Nagy and Olah founded their company Absorice in 2012, and have been developing their products and business with great success.
December 5, 2016
https://forbes.hu/uzlet/a-skype-nagyik-is-szivesen-elcsevegnek-a-magyar-robotokkal/ - Hungarian news portal forbes.hu reports: Students of the CEU Business School in the CEU Business School InnovationsLab, Akos Deliaga and Gergely Kalydi, together with two other team members formed Talk-A-Bot, a start-up venture that was selected by Viber as an official “P
December 1, 2016
Hungarian weekly Figyelo carries an article by Gyorgy Bogel, professor of management at the CEU Business School about the stages of industrial development and digitalization. Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the weekly (1.12.2016. pp.50-51. Digitalis felforgatas).