Professor Botond Kőszegi's paper in the Financial Times

June 4, 2018

Professor Botond Koszegi’s paper  “Browsing versus Studying: A Pro-Market Case for Regulation” (joint with Paul Heidhues and Johannes Johnen) has just been written up in the Financial Times. There is also a short video  presentation explaining the main points.

University Doctoral Awards for PhD Students

February 1, 2018

The Department congratulates two of its Economics PhD students, who have succeeded in winning this year's CEU doctoral awards.

Olivér Kiss received the Academic Achievement Award for First-Year Doctoral Students for his outstanding GPA.

New Academic Year 2017/18 Has Started At The Department of Economics and Business

October 9, 2017

The new academic year has started with over 300 students from 49 countries currently enrolled in one of our programs. This year we offer 3 Master of Arts, 3 Master of Science and 2 PhD programs at the department. For further information on our programs please check our website here.

Welcome to new faculty members

September 4, 2017

Beginning with the current academic year, we are privileged to welcome 3 new faculty members to the Department of Economics and Business:


Peter Hangartner Fellowship Recipient 2017

August 24, 2017

The Department congratulates Zsigmond Pálvölgyi for receiving the Peter Hangartner Fellowship prize in 2017. The Fellowship is awarded annually to an outstanding second-year student in the MA in Economics program who earns the highest GPA during his/her first year of studies.