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Research Projects

H2020

 




Co-VAL aims to explore the notion of value created in public administration via the participation of citizens & civil servants, along with finding new ways of integrating respective practices as a way to transform public administration services and processes. The project will mainly contribute into the analysis of innovative ways for (a) designing service models for public administration processes, mainly demand-driven (i.e. cases where service providers and the users of services, such as citizens and organizations, are the key actors), and (b) by bottom-up supply (e.g, through civil servants, front-line workers, or third parties) that promotes the voluntary and active participation of society in the transformative efforts of public administrations. Co-VAL has identified the following four specific objectives.

The RiConfigure project will enable the diversification of constellations, institutions and actors in research and innovation (R&I) by engaging stakeholders, enhancing conceptual clarity on new constellations, and disseminating best practices to practitioners and policy-makers. The project centers on stakeholder engagement in four social labs. In the social labs, actors from research, industry, the public sector, and civil society will explore how each of them can and do initiate and navigate cross-sectoral collaboration in R&I. Explorations in the labs are complimented by 100+ empirical case studies. On this empirical basis, the project produces a ‘quadruple helix’-framework to provide conceptual clarification on new constellations in R&I. Expanding the circle of engagement to ensure stakeholder relevance, practitioners and policy-makers can provide challenges and inquiries to the project’s explorations through dedicated dialogue events.
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Képtalálat a következőre: „enrrich”

The Enhancing Responsible Research and Innovation through Curricula in Higher Education (EnRRICH) project will improve the capacity of students and staff in higher education to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to support the embedding of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in curricula by responding to the research needs of society as expressed by civil society organisations (CSOs). To reach this aim, the project will identify, develop, pilot and disseminate good practice and relevant resources to embed the 5 RRI policy agendas ’Public Engagement’, ‘Science Education’, ‘Open Access’, ‘Ethics’ and ‘Gender’ – which might be added by additional policy agendas ‘Governance’, ‘Sustainability’ and ‘Social Justice’ – in  academic curricula across Europe.

On-going State and EU Funded Research and Development Projects

Code

Title

Objective

Leader

Comment

PADOP 2.1.2 CCHOP-15

Development of Public Service

Digital Government – The Role of ICT in the Public Service Development, academic research

Andrea KŐ

In cooperation with National Public Service University

PADOP 2.1.2 CCHOP-15

Development of Public Service

Tourism Services, -academic research

Gábor MICHALKÓ

In cooperation with National Public Service University

HRDOP 3.5.1.

Duális és kooperatív felsőoktatási képzések, felsőoktatási  szakképzési és szakirányú továbbképzések fejlesztése (HUN)

Development of Programmes, pedagogy-oriented research

Gergely KOVÁCS

HRDOP 3.6.1.

Intelligens szakosodást szolgáló intézményi fejlesztések a Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem székesfehérvári Campusán (HUN)

Regional Institutional Development, academic and practice-oriented research

Miklós ROSTA (School of Economics)

In cooperation with School of Economics

HRDOP 3.6.2.

Az intelligens, fenntartható és inkluzív társadalom fejlesztésének aspektusai: társadalmi, technológiai, innovációs hálózatok a foglalkoztatásban és a digitális gazdaságban (HUN)

Economic and ecological sustainability, academic research

Lilla HORTOVÁNYI

HRDOP 3.4.3.

A Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem intézményi fejlesztései a felsőfokú oktatás minőségének és hozzáférhetőségének együttes javítása érdekében (HUN)

Development of Pedagogical Skills, pedagogy-oriented research

Magdolna DARUKA (Faculty of Social Sciences)

In cooperation with Faculty of Social Sciences

HRDOP 3.6.3.

„Young researchers from talented students” project aimed at activities fostering scientific (HUN/ENG)

Development of Doctoral Schools

Judit SASS (Faculty of Social Sciences)

In cooperation with Faculty of Social Sciences

Higher Education Institutional Excellence Programme

Financial and Public Services

New financial models for ameliorating underdeveloped regions, Home nursing service for elderly and diseased people

Dániel HAVRAN

In cooperation with Advanced Study Center

 

OTKA

Project leader

Institute

Project start

Project end

Title

Jeremiás Máté BALOGH

Business Development

2018.10.01

Alexandra KÖVES

Business Economics

2018.10.01

Gyöngyi VÖRÖSMARTY

Business Economics

2017.10.01

2020.09.30

Sustainability aspects in supply chain management

Áron TÖRÖK

Business Development

2017.09.01

2021.08.31

Economical and Social Impacts of Food Quality Schemes and Short Food Supply (PD)

Áron TÖRÖK

Business Development

2017.09.01

2020.08.31

Economical and Social Impacts of Food Quality Schemes and Short Food Supply (K)

Attila JÁMBOR

Business Development

2016.11.01

2020.10.31

Competitiveness of Agriculture in International Trade: A Global Perspective

József TÓTH

Business Development

2016.11.01

2020.10.31

Innovation resilience in food production and consumption

Szabolcs Szilárd SEBREK

Business Economics

2016.10.01

2019.09.30

Exploring firm renewal through the lens of innovation and product strategies

Mária CSUTORA

Business Economics

2016.01.01

2018.12.31

GreenHouse Gas Protocol, Carbon Sisclosure Project, sustainable supply chain, embedded emission

Andrea GELEI

Business Economics

2015.09.01

2018.08.31

Analyzing supply networks - a behavioral approach

Csaba CSÁKI

Business Development

2015.01.01

2017.12.31

10 years of Accession: Lessons from the agri-food sector of the New 

Krisztina VÁROSINÉ DEMETER

Business Economics

2014.10.01

2017.09.30

The impact of plant roles on knowledge sharing in manufacturing and supply networks

Judit SIMON

Marketing and Media

2013.09.01

2017.08.31

The Impact of the Integrated Model of Consumer Satisfaction, Loyalty and Value on the Economic Outcome

Péter CSÓKA

Finance, Accounting and Business Law

2012.09.01

2016.08.31

Risk allocation in illiquid markets and in case of systemic risk

Mária CSUTORA

Business Economics

2012.09.01

2016.12.31

Sustainable happiness through happy sustainability

Imre DOBOS

Business Economics

2012.09.01

2016.08.31

Sustainable Supply Chain

Gusztáv NEMES

Business Development

2012.03.01.

2016.04.30

Realized and missed synergies in development policies – Effects of EU and domestic development aid in territorial framework

Miklós DOBÁK

Management

2012.01.01

2015.05.31

The evolution of management and its international and domestic social and economic background in the 20th-century Hungary

Csaba CSÁKI

Business Development

2012.02.01

2015.12.31

Inclusion of small scale farming into modern food chains in Hungary

Ágnes NEULINGER

Marketing and Media

2012.01.01

2015.12.31

Family life cycles and their impact on consumer behaviour in light of changes in family-form

Attila JÁMBOR

Business Development

2012.01.01

2015.12.31

Changes and determinants of Central and Eastern European agricultural trade

Tamara KESZEY

Marketing and Media

2009.04.01.

2014.05.31.

Market Knowledge Management and Competitiveness

 

 

Former International Projects

Képtalálat a következőre: „observatory centre for educational development”

The ABCD project: Training Programs to Improve Women’s Employment
Best practices from Iceland and Hungary

Corvinus University of Budapest and the Icelandic Bifröst University completed a half-year project called the Adaptation of Best Practices in Course Development to Improve Women’s Employment (ABCD). The project was implemented from November 2017 until April 2018 and has been supported from the EEA and Norway Grants (HU01-0016- COOPER-B1- 2017). The main goal of the initiative was to improve the employment opportunities of women to reduce gender inequality in the labour market.

Képtalálat a következőre: „cre8tv research”

The CRE8TV.EU project on ‘Unveiling Creativity for Innovation in Europe’ was a Small to Medium Scale Focused FP7 Research Project funded by the Seventh Framework Programme. Involving 11 institutional partners, it investigated the role of creativity for innovation and growth in Europe; it started in February 2013 and (following a three month extension) ended in April 2016.

Képtalálat a következőre: „clymbol”

CLYMBOL, a European Commission-funded research project running from 2012 to 2016, aims to understand better the effects of health claims and symbols on food labels, and how this affects purchase and consumption behaviour.

Last modified: 2018.09.17.