Courses

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Instructor: Tibor Turner
Credits: 4.0
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Instructor: Tamas Boday
Credits: 2.0
This is a University-wide Course and it is open to all CEU students.Big Data is all around us – facebook users, records on citizens, the network of neurons in the brain, routes of migrants, impact of publications. The Data itself is neither good or evil, however, it can be used for either purposes. The availability...
Credits: 2.0
This course brings together several different academic approaches to making sense of Russian foreign policy. It combines the insights from the disciplines of International Relations, Political Science, Postcolonial Studies, International Political Sociology and Historical IR to provide a context-rich and historically...
Instructor: reshetnikov_anatoly
Credits: 4.0
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Credits: 3.0
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Instructor: Noémi Alexa
Credits: 2.0
This course gives a graduate level introduction to fundamental issues in particular areas in modernmacroeconomics, including long‐term growth, consumption, savings and asset pricing, investment in physicalcapital and inventories, and (if time permits) labor markets. The material also provides the foundation for...
Instructor: Attila Rátfai
Credits: 5.0
The course is aimed at providing a basic background in the field of graduate macroeconomics. The focus will be on real and monetary models of the business and financial cycle and their policy implications. The main aim of this course is to acquaint students with the modern macro theory at a graduate level and to give...
Instructor: Balazs Vilagi
Credits: 5.0
Elective courseIn Program MA in Global Economic Relations elective only for Full Time students.A policy-design and practice-orientated course on macroeconomics, monetary and fiscal policy, budget planning and execution, subsovereign finance, regulation and supervision of financial institutions, corporate and financial...
Instructor: Lajos Bokros
Credits: 4.0
elective for: MA in Economic Policy in Global Markets, MA in Global Economic Relations (full-time)Course explores major contemporary issues in macroeconomic policies and institutions – drawing ontheoretical analysis, empirical evidence, and practical experience. Although the primary focus is onadvanced economies,...
Instructor: George Kopits
Credits: 2.0
The objective of the course is to provide a systematic introduction to macroeconomics for students ofEconomic Policy. The course is designed to provide students with a unified framework that can be used toanalyze key macroeconomic issues such as growth, inflation, budget deficits, recessions, productivity,interest...
Instructor: Attila Rátfai
Credits: 4.0
This course will attempt to change the perception, or at least to engage with it seriously. It will do so by taking as its starting point of the most striking developments in todays world politics, a promise of making things ‘great again’ that can be heard in the US and China, in Russia and Hungary, in Turkey and...
Instructor: Alexander Astrov
Credits: 4.0
Branding is a constantly evolving and fascinating area: building strong brands has always been the Holy Grail of business success. Most areas of business just like the economy change at an unprecedented speed. However, one thing does not change: while finance, HR, even operations are being outsourced, branding will...
Instructor: Éva Halász
Credits: 1.5
This course approaches business integrity from a practical point of view. Drawing on the latest trends in supply chain management, human resources management and procurements participants will get acquainted with management tools that ensure integrity in these transactions. Integrity in business is not considered as a...
Instructor: Noémi Alexa
Credits: 2.0
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Instructor: Ádám Reiff, Imre Fekete
Credits: 3.0
The course discusses the mathematical foundations ofbasic statistical tools that are frequently used in econometric analysis.The course is a pre-requisite for the EconometricsI course later in the fall semester. Students passing the exam should befamiliar with the basic statistical concepts (samples, estimators,...
Instructor: Ádám Reiff, Katalin Varga
Credits: 3.0
CEU Careers partners with CEU students and alumni, offering guidance, support, and information as they develop and pursue personal visions for impact and success. We offer assistance in connecting academic learning with possible career options, gaining insights into  specific career fields, and performing a job search...
Instructor: Anna Kaposvári
Credits: 1.0
CORE: for MA Economics 1st year; MANDATORY: for 1st year PhD with no credits earnedMicroeconomic Theory I is the first course in the microeconomic theory series for the students enrolled in the MA in economics. The objective of this course is to provide students with standard graduate-level microeconomic tools. Topics...
Instructor: Alessandro De Chiara
Credits: 5.0
The purpose of this course is to present some topics which are part of the core of modern microeconomics, namely elements of game theory and topics in information economics. The course is a continuation of the Microeconomic Theory I course. During the course both rigour and intuition will be emphasized.
Instructor: Andrzej Baniak
Credits: 4.0
Microeconomics studies how individual market participants, like households and firms, make their choicesfrom the alternatives available to them. It also studies how such choices interact in the market todetermine prices and resource allocations. A thorough understanding of microeconomics will be useful forany economic...
Instructor: Alessandro De Chiara
Credits: 4.0
This course will introduce students to the design and implementation of modern fiscal frameworks with a special emphasis on the euro area. The current explosion of the number of independent fiscal institutions (fiscal councils) worldwide reflects an emerging consensus among economists that independent fiscal watchdogs...
Instructor: Ludovit Odor
Credits: 2.0
This econometrics eld course is aimed at giving a brief introduction to the statistical theory of nonparametric density and regression function estimation. I discuss several statistical and econometric applications with cross-sectional (i.i.d.) data.
Instructor: Robert Lieli
Credits: 2.0
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Instructor: Paul Lacourbe
Credits: 2.0
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Instructor: Davide Torsello
Credits: 2.0
core for MSc in Technology Management and Innovationelective for MSc in Business Analytics
Instructor: Olaf Zylicz
Credits: 2.0
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Instructor: Alessandro De Chiara
Credits: 4.0
The old saying goes “I’ve been rich and I’ve been poor, but believe me, rich is better.”  While being rich doesn’t guarantee happiness, the accumulation of money does provide financial security and is a worthy goal.  This course takes on a hands-on, practical approach to help participants become better managers of...
Instructor: Joy Chan
Credits: 1.5
In the PhD workshop, students present their original research to other students and the instructors. The research presented should be preliminary, and interaction between the speaker and the audience is encouraged.
Instructor: Alessandro De Chiara, tba, Adam Zawadowski, tba
Credits: 0.0
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Credits: 2.0
This course presents description and analysis of the emergence, evolution and current state of world financial system. We begin with classical introductory papers, and then we follow with historical overview with emphasis on the last two decades when globalization led to dramatic expansion of the world financial...
Instructor: Julius Horvath
Credits: 4.0
The course will cover the basic mathematical background needed for economics MA students. While our topicis the mathematical theory, albeit application oriented, still some applications in economics will be touched.
Instructor: Pál Hegedűs, Ferenc Bencs
Credits: 0.0
The course covers selected chapters of public international law. Specific emphasis is given to the use of force and the 21st century developments (drones, targeted killings, counter-terrorism), the rights of the individual, (human rights, refugee law, international criminal law), the rules of international...
Instructor: Boldizsár Nagy
Credits: 4.0
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Instructor: Davide Torsello
Credits: 2.0
This course introduces the fundamentals of social science research design and familiarizes students with several approaches to social analysis and their respective methods. It begins with a discussion of most general ground rules for social research applicable across all kinds of research projects. It continues with...
Credits: 4.0
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Credits: 2.0
IMPORTANT: This course can accommodate a maximum of 30 students. Priority is given to Mathematics students (Master and PhD) and Network Science PhD students. All other students are selected based on the entry test score. Students that take the course for grade have priority over auditors. All students, both registered...
Instructor: Roberta Sinatra
Credits: 3.0
The course provides a broad view of the field of information security, background on many related elements, and enough detail to facilitate understanding of the field. The course aims to establish the foundation for understanding the broader field of Information Security. It provides understanding and tools to the...
Instructor: Peter Papp
Credits: 1.0
ATTN: This is an intensive-weekend elective. Actual classes will be held over one weekend only. As described below, the significant Groundwork Project, completed in groups, is required before that weekend. Because of the weight of this project in the final course grades, students who register for this course after...
Instructor: Maciej Kisilowski
Credits: 1.5
It is vital for corporations to remain competitive in today’s dynamic operating environment. In this course, we will present and analyse a framework for creating a value-based performance management system. The techniques, methodologies, theories and practices behind organisational and customer value creation will be...
Instructor: Laura Ipacs
Credits: 1.5
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Instructor: Yusaf Akbar
Credits: 2.0
This course focuses on challenges and opportunities arising from strategy execution. Strategy execution is seen in numerous contexts: intra-organizational, inter-organizational, eco-system and cross-border. The course bridges the gap between the formulation of strategy and performance outcomes. While poorly formulated...
Instructor: Yusaf Akbar
Credits: 1.5
This course is focused mainly on Strategic Studies; on the discipline’s major assumptions about the military sector of international security, from both traditional and more non-traditional (‘Critical’) perspectives. In doing so, the course will engage both IR (war as a generic phenomenon) and Foreign Policy (war as a...
Instructor: Paul Roe
Credits: 4.0
Supply chain management is the flow process of products as they move from supplier to manufacturer to wholesaler to retailer to consumer. It involves coordinating and integrating these flows both within and among companies. Excellent supply chain management is the key to success for many companies, and the philosophy...
Instructor: Paul Lacourbe
Credits: 1.5
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Instructor: Pál Danyi
Credits: 2.0
core for MSc in Technology Management and Innovationelective for MSc in Business Analytics
Instructor: Norbert Sepp
Credits: 2.0

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