Courses

*elective for MSc in Technology Management and InnovationThe course will focus on the use of current reporting and accounting concepts in international business. We will discuss how accounting information can be interpreted and used in managerial decision-making and students will get an overview of financial decision-...
Instructor: Laura Ipacs
Credits: 2.0
The course will focus on the use of current reporting and accounting concepts in international business. We will discuss how accounting information can be interpreted and used in managerial decision-making and students will get an overview of financial decision-making. Financial reporting is a topical issue in current...
Instructor: Laura Ipacs
Credits: 2.0
Banks today are primarily IT companies, at least from an operational perspective. Many of the leading European banks has been developing their IT infrastructure/applications over decades and most of them struggle with the underlying complexity and cost. Increasing demand from customers for digitization, novel...
Instructor: Szabolcs Szalay
Credits: 2.0
Behavioral finance has gained enormous importance over the past several years. The previously held economic assumption that people always make rational choices has become largely unproven in practice. The course provides an introduction into the study of the effects of social, cognitive, and emotional factors on the...
Instructor: Laura Ipacs
Credits: 2.0
The Boardroom Global Challenge is designed to place students into realistic business and management scenarios, where they can try various roles and apply, practice and understand foundation issues studied in core courses and considered in organizations. An on-line, turn-based, management level business simulation...
Instructor: Tibor Voros
Credits: 2.0
Type: core for MSc in Business Analytics ( Full...
Instructor: Marc Kaufmann
Credits: 2.0
This is the key module aimed at discussing the importance of ethical behavior and the responsibility of modern corporations to society in the transnational business environment in which leaders and firms operate. Students will develop skills to link leadership issues to ethical problems and critically appraise the...
Instructor: Davide Torsello
Credits: 2.0
Core for: MA in Economic Policy in Global Markets, MSc in Finance (full-time), MSc in Technology Management and Innovation (full-time)Elective for: MA in Global Economic Relations (full-time)The aim of the course is to provide a broad understanding of the principles and techniques of finance, and to apply these to...
Instructor: Peter Szilagyi
Credits: 2.0
core for : MSc in Finance (part-time), MSc in Technology Management and Innovation (part-time), elective for: MA in Global Economic Relations (part-time), The aim of the course is to provide a broad understanding of the principles and techniques of finance, and to apply these to decisions faced by financial managers....
Instructor: Peter Szilagyi
Credits: 2.0
Finance executives at all levels are expected to provide a key input into their organisations’ strategic decisions. It is therefore of utmost importance that finance professionals are familiar with the current trends in strategy and are capable of assessing the implications of finance inputs into organisational...
Instructor: Mark Walton
Credits: 2.0
The course provides an introduction to the art and science of trading. Various timeframes, markets, instruments and analytical methods will be discussed. Success factors of automated and semi-automated trading strategies will be explored. Students will, in groups, design, backtest and forward-test their own trading...
Instructor: Ferenc Meszaros
Credits: 2.0
The series of seminars will frame network and data analytics driven innovation in the context of team capabilities and dynamics in business organizations, in respect to the main themes of:Networks and Data Analytics as a Driver of InnovationCritical Factors in Start-ups and Emerging FirmsInnovation and Corporate...
Instructor: Davide Torsello
Credits: 2.0
A decade ago this course would probably appear unnecessary. Since the 1980s, policy-makers andopinion-makers alike were increasingly convinced that modern financial markets should enjoy largedegrees of freedom from governmental regulation. The common sentiment was that the ever moresophisticated financial instruments...
Instructor: Maciej Kisilowski
Credits: 2.0