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Programme of the CBS Research Week - 4-8. June 2018

 

Programmes in English

4th June 2018

09:00-10:45 Researching supply networks – a behavioral approach

Organiser: Gelei Andrea

Date: June 4, 2018

Venue: Corvinus University, Budapest Campus, C203

The international workshop is going to be the closing official event of an OTKA K research program with the above title. The research group will present main achievements with a focus on their trust related analyses applying dyadic data analysis but also a modified version of the Trust Game. Not only theoretical, but also methodological contributions are planned to be discussed. Guest speakers from other Hungarian and international universities will share their related research results and future plans. Dissemination is only one objective of the program. Participants can also contribute to the formation of new research directions and discuss possibilities in collaboration.

Program:

Andrea Gelei, CUB: Challenges in relationship research – results and future directions

Imre Dobos, Budapest University of Technology and Economics:  A critique of dyadic data analysi

Magyaródi Tímea, Eötvös Lóránd University: Dyadic approach in psychology

Levente Dudás, CUB: Trust, trustworthiness and reliability – preliminary results of a modified repeated Trust Game

Tibor Mandják, Ecole de Management de Normandie:  Development of Trust over Time - Tunesian example

Margit Tarjányi – Márton Vilmányi - Erzsébet Hetesi, University of Szeged: Strategic flexibility in B2B context

Ilkka Sillanpää, University of Oulu: Supplier development and buyer-supplier relationship strategies

Discussion

09:00-12:45 Artificial Intelligence: technologies, business opportunities and societal challenges

Organiser: Trinh Anh Tuan

Date: June 4, 2018

Venue: Corvinus University, Budapest Campus, C.IX.

  "In the framework of Corvinus Research Week, a special session focusing on  business aspects of Artificial Intelligence (AI), organised by Corvinus FinTech    Center, on the premise of Corvinus Universtiy of Budapest.
  Following traditions, the session will be composed of three main blocks:
  1. Presentations by university professors
  2. Presentations by experts and practitioners from industry and business
  3. Presentations from best students' projects.
  The language of the event will be English.
  For more information, please visit:

  https://www.facebook.com/<wbr></wbr>events/382634152213197/
  We look forward to welcoming you at the session."

14:00-17:45 Structural Equation Modeling Using ADANCO

 

Organiser: Simon Judit, Prof. Jörg Henseler (Twente University) 

Venue: Corvinus University, Budapest Campus, E.311

 

Program of the course 

04.06.2018- Monday

Topic

14.00-15.30

Structural equation modeling in behavioral research

15.45-17.15

Creating valid models; software tutorial: ADANCO

05.06. 2018 - Tuesday

 

9.00-11.30

Structural equation modeling in design research: composite models

11.45-13.15

Assessing the structural model; bootstrap; mediation; software tutorial

14.00-15.30

Modeling 2nd order constructs; software tutorial

15.45-17.15

Analyzing moderating effects; software tutorial

 5th June 2018

09:00-17:45 Structural Equation Modeling Using ADANCO

Szervező: Simon Judit, Prof. Jörg Henseler (Twente University)

Date: June 5, 2018

Venue: Corvinus University, Budapest Campus, E.311

Program of the course 

04.06.2018- Monday

Topic

14.00-15.30

Structural equation modeling in behavioral research

15.45-17.15

Creating valid models; software tutorial: ADANCO

05.06. 2018 - Tuesday

 

9.00-11.30

Structural equation modeling in design research: composite models

11.45-13.15

Assessing the structural model; bootstrap; mediation; software tutorial

14.00-15.30

Modeling 2nd order constructs; software tutorial

15.45-17.15

Analyzing moderating effects; software tutorial

 7th June 2018

 09:00-12:45 Port Marketing: research collaboration with EM Normandie

Szervező: Kutatási Bizottság (Dániel Havran)

Venue, Corvinus University of Budapest, C.203

9.00-9.30 Introduction (Tibor Mandják, Daniel Havran)

9.30-11.00 Marketing session 

  • Julian HOFMANN (EM Normandie, Associate Professor in Marketing, Academic Director of Graduate Program International Business
  • Romain SOHIER (EM Normandie, Professor in Marketing)
  • Judit SIMON (Corvinus Business School, Marketing and Media Institute)
  • Kornélia KISS, Melinda JÁSZBERÉNYI (Corvinus Business School, Department of Tourism)

11.00.11.30 Break

11.30-12.45 Logistics and supply chain management session 

  • Olivier FAURY (EM Normandie, Assistant Professor in Supply Chain Management, Logistics)
  • Andrea GELEI (Corvinus Business School, Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management)

14:00-15:45 It's a match! Academic speed dating

Organiser: Keszey Tamara, Malota Erszébet

Venue: C.203

"Its a match"! Academic Speed Dating. 

The one-hour program promotes research collaboration between institutes. We find the possible "matches" and then provide an opportunity for scientific speed dates between colleagues representing related subjects.

Registration for the program is necessary, Please indicate this intent to participate here (link)

8th June 2018

10:00-12:45 What is the impact of your research? workshop

Szervező: Köves Alexandra, Havran Dániel, Kiss Gabriella

Date: June 8, 2018

Venue: Corvinus University, Budapest Campus, C.204

This international workshop during the Research Week of the Corvinus Business School focuses on uncovering the different perspectives of the impact of our research. It is a clear tendency that a business school's impact is no longer judged solely on the basis of its academic merits but also on its real impact on students, businesses, social organisations, local stakeholders, and society as a whole. However, until we measured our impact in terms of impact factors and citations; judging the real impact is a highly challenging task. It is, however, not just an interesting theoretical question but also a very practical one. More and more accreditation processes focus on how a business school can prove the real impact of its research capacities. The workshop will be a forum where we can all share our own stories, and see how the impact of our research can be construed, valued, measured and externally supported.

 

Last modified: 2019.03.11.