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First Workshop of the Corvinus Institute for Advanced Studies| 2019.12.03.

The Corvinus Institute for Advanced Studies organized its first workshop on 26 November dedicated to introduce the research projects of the CIAS senior and junior research fellows in fall semester 2019.


Recently, CIAS gives the opportunity for two junior research fellows, two junior faculty research fellows and a senior faculty research fellow to develop their researches in various field from geopolitics to international law. The workshop reflected the diversity of many research fields.

Research fellows with Dr. Zoltán Oszkár Szántó, Vice-Rector for General Affairs and Dr. Huba Brückner, chief scientific advisor of CIAS

Dr. Nuno Morgado (junior research fellow from Charles University, Prague) presented an innovative definition of geopolitical studies as neoclassical geopolitics and depicted a set of methodological guidelines for the study of the geopolitical agent’s perceptions and capacities.

Dr. Bestabé Pérez Garrido (junior faculty research fellow) introduced the statistical model and the first results of her research on the explanation of firms’ choice toward their rate of openness (using Spanish panel data).

Dr. Szabolcs Sebrek (junior faculty research fellow) explained the relevance of deployment process of dynamic capabilities and the role of the management, multi-project manager, project manager, software engineers and client end-user during this process.

Dr. Szabolcs Sebrek, CIAS junior faculty research fellow

Dr. Briane Turley (junior research fellow from West Virginia University, USA) gave a short lecture on the importance of the Hungarian coal miners’ role in the economic, social and cultural life of West Virginia, US. He shared some results of the interviews and the fieldwork he has already done.


Finally, Dr. Tamás Hoffmann Sebrek (senior faculty research fellow) guided the audience in the field of international criminal norms and clearly showed how it is interpreted in domestic legal system. He also gave us some interesting examples of the hybridization of international criminal norms in the Hungarian practice.

After the presentations, the audience could ask questions and were answered by the grantee-speaker. University managers could develop an image of the fact that grant opportunity and money has been well invested.


14.00 – 14.05

Opening Speech

Dr. Zoltán Oszkár Szántó, Vice-Rector for General Affairs (CUB)

14.05 – 14.20

Dr. Nuno Morgado Valentim Albino (junior research fellow)

Thinking Neoclassical Geopolitics: Theoretical Principles and Methodological Challenges

14.20 – 14.25


14.25 – 14.40

Dr. Betsabé Pérez Garrido (junior faculty research fellow)

How competitive pressure, R&D slack and environmental conditions impact the degree of openness choice: The use of mixed logit models with random effects in panel data

14.40 – 14.45


14.45 – 15.00

Dr. Szabolcs Szilárd Sebrek (junior faculty research fellow)

From isolated to integrated: managing development projects in a multi-project environment through a capabilities lens

15.00 – 15.05


15.05 – 15.20

Dr. Briane Turley (junior research fellow)

The Appalachian Hungarian Memory Project

15.20 – 15.25


15.25 – 15.40

Dr. Tamás Hoffmann (senior faculty research fellow)

Domestication of International Law in Action – The Hybridization of International Criminal Norms

15.40 – 15.45


15.45 – 15.50


Dr. Huba Brückner, chief scientific advisor (CIAS)

15.50 – 16.30




Utolsó frissítés: 2018.11.30.