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Program

Danube Cup 2022 conference, final agenda
Version April 9.

8.00 – 9.00 Registration, café in the Faculty Club will be open 

9.00 – 9.05 Opening by the Rector of Corvinus University of Budapest, Prof. Előd TAKÁTS

9.05 – 9.10 Opening by the Vice-Rector for Science and Innovation of Budapest University of Economics and Technology, Prof. János LEVENDOVSZKY

9.10 – 9.20 Opening by the Academic Head of the conference, Prof. emer. János VECSENYI


9.30 – 11.00 First round, academic presentations (3 sections parallel)

Section 1: Startup/Entrepreneurship research
(Faculty Club) (streaming) Section head: Prof. Elisabeth Berger, JKU Linz
P. Becsky-Nagy – B. Fazekas (University of Debrecen, Institute of Accounting and Finance, Hungary): The role of government backed venture capital in funding growth and innovation – The case of Hungarian government backed venture capital agendas
(5) N. Vinogradova and A. Novac (National Institute for Economic Research, Republic of Moldova): The Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on the Formation of Entrepreneurial Competencies of Students in the Republic of Moldova 
D. Dóra Beke and A. Sólyom and A. Juhászné Klér (Corvinus University of Budapest | Institute of Management, Hungary): What managers can learn from knowledge intensive technology startups?
N. Deutsch and Ilona Hoffer and V. Nagy-Borsy (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary, Department for the Development of Enterprises): Key lessons from an international comparison of universities’ master’s degree program offerings on Entrepreneurship and Innovation
P. Halmosi (University of Szeged|Institute of Finance and International Economic Relations, Hungary), E. Jáki and M. Aranyossy (Corvinus University of Budapest| Institute for the Development of Enterprises, Hungary) and P. Becsky-Nagy (University of Debrecen, Hungary, Institute of Accounting and Finance): Preparing business graduates for future challenges 
Comparative analyses of the leading Business Development Masters programmes in Hungary
Section 2: Entrepreneurship from a broader perspective
(E67)
Section head: Prof. Kai von Lewinski, University of Passau
T. Farkas (University of Szeged | Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Hungary): Dynamic entrepreneurial / managerial capabilities: A literature review
D. M. Baranyi (Eszterházy Károly Catholic University, Hungary) and L. Trautmann (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary): Managerial Economics for startupers
I. Rivera (Corvinus University of Budapest | Institute of Finance, Accounting and Business Law, Hungary): Ethics, Globalization and Entrepreneurship. 
A. Shahani (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary): Are we out of sync? Bridging a gap between academia & entrepreneurship education
A. Bethlendi – Á. Szőcs (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary): A sector overview of the most valuable startups. The examples of unicorns.
Section 3: Best practice sharing (Lecture hall III)
(E67) Section head: Prof. Patrick Sassmannshausen, OTH Regensburg
B. Monsorno and J. Pohlisch (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business | Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Austria): Industrial Business Model Innovation
J. Vecsenyi and P. Danyi and V. Borbély (Budapest University of Technology and Economics |Department of Management and Business Economics, Hungary) Making entrepreneurs: Do we have the keys to success?
L. Kállay (Corvinus University of Budapest | Department for the Development of Enterprises, Hungary): Balancing theory and practice in entrepreneurship education
A. Petheo (Corvinus University of Budapest, | Department for the Development of Enterprises, Hungary): Teaching Entrepreneurship with different methodology
J. Csákné Filep and G.Timár (Budapest Business School|Budapest LAB Entrepreneurship Development Office Hungary): ‘Business Plan in a Week’ – A Case Study from Budapest Business School
A. Grad-Gyenge and V. Orbulov (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary): HSUP program adapted to engineers

11.00 – 11.30 Coffee break – Faculty Club

11.30-13.00: Second round, academic presentations (2 sections parallel)

Section 4: Entrepreneur Education in practice (Faculty Club) (streaming) Section head: Dr. Nedeljko Milosavljevic, University of Belgrade
P. Tasi and E. Vettraino (Aston University l Aston Business School, United Kingdom): Good solution in Finland. A good solution everywhere?
P. Danyi and T. Iványi and J. Vecsenyi (Budapest University of Technology and Economics | Department of Management and Business Economics, Hungary): How to innovate a course on innovative startups?
M. Gosztonyi (Budapest Business School|Budapest LAB Entrepreneurship Development Office Hungary): Social enterprise development in a disadvantaged community – How can a design-based university course contribute to the local development practices?
R. Dömötör and M. Schlömmer and J. Wiesner (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business |WU Entrepreneurship Center, Austria): Entrepreneurship Avenue – fostering cross-disciplinary entrepreneurship
B. Horvath and A. R. Wetters and A. Tomasi (Kimitisik, The Netherlands): Team dynamics optimisation in short term entrepreneurship programmes
Section 5: “Ecosystem”: Supporting student startups (Lecture hall III) Section head: Dr. Jakob Pohlisch, WU Vienna
N. Rahimy (University of Passau l Institute for Applied Ethics, Germany) and K. Koziol (University of Passau l Chair of International Management and Social Entrepreneurship, Germany): Empowering Female Entrepreneurs through a Female Founders Academy
L. Huszák (Corvinus University of Budapest| Institute for the Development of Enterprises, Hungary) and K. Oborni (HÉTFA Research Institute, Hungary):  Entrepreneurship Mentoring for Women at Universities – The process of counselling and the experience gained
S. P. Sassmannshausen OTH Regensburg | OTH start-up center, Germany: Strategy, Structure, Science – and Chance. The Case of the Start-up Center at OTH Regensburg
R. Dömötör – M. Schlömmer (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business |WU Entrepreneurship Center, Austria): Changemaker Program – Kids become entrepreneurs
K. von Lewinski (University of Passau l Chair of Public Law, Media Law and Information Law, Germany) Entrepreneurial Law Clinics

13.00 – 14.00 Lunch break – Corvinus hall

14.00 – 15.00
A) Accelerator workshops with up to 15 students, conference participants can enter as spectators

B) Meet the editors

C) Creating Impact
Creating Impact: Discussion with Ukrainian Colleagues from Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman and Izmail State University, moderated by Pál Danyi (BME) and Ildi Nagy (host of the conference)
– What is needed on the ground? How can the Danube Cup network help?

15.00 – 15.30 Café break – Faculty Club

15.30 – 16.00 “Giving back” keynote by Kati Orban, Corvinus alumna and co-founder of Gyerünk Anyukám (GoMomGo)
Successful startup founder’s recollection of university education – what helped, what was missing

16.00 – 17.00: Entrepreneurship/Startup Education for Students – Quo vadis?
Summary roundtable discussion

Participants: Katalin Orbán (BCE Alumna/GoMomGo), Elisabeth Berger (JK University Linz), Patrick Saßmannshausen (OTH Regensburg), Pál Danyi (BME)
Moderator: Ildi Nagy

17.00: Closing words and awarding ceremony

  1. “DC Best Presentation” award
  2. “DC Best Educator” award, from whom we learned the most

17.15: Reception – Faculty Club
Stay with us for a glass of champagne or Hungarian wine!

Presentations

Section 1 – Startup/Entrepreneurship research

Becsky-Nagy and Fazekas_University of Debrecen_The role of government backed venture capital in funding growth and innovation – The case of Hungarian government backed venture capi (…)
Beke and Sólyom and Klér_Corvinus University of Budapest_What managers can learn from knowledge intensive technology startups
Deutsch and Hoffer and Nagy-Borsy_Corvinus University of Budapest_Key lessons from an international comparison of universities’ Master’s degree program offerings on Entrepreneurshi (…)
Halmosi_University of Szeged_and Jáki and Aranyossy_Corvinus University of Budapest_and Becsky-Nagy_University of Debrecen_Preparing business graduates for future challenges Compa (…)
Vinogradova and Novac_National Institute for Economic Research Moldova_The Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on the Formation of Entrepreneurial Competencies of Students in the (…)

Section 2 – Entrepreneurship from a broader perspective

Baranyi and Traittmann_Eszterházy Károly Catholic University and Corvinus University of Budapest_Managerial Economics for startupers
Bethlendi and Szőcs_Budapest University of Technology and Economics_A sector overview of the most valuable startups
Farkas_University of Szeged_Dynamic entreprenurial managerial capabilities
Rivera_Corvinus University of Budapest_Ethics, Globalization and Entrepreneurship

Section 3 – Best practice sharing

Csákné Filep and Timár_Budapest Business School_ ‘Business Plan in a Week’ – A Case Study from Budapest Business School
Grad-Gyenge and Orbulov_Budapest University of Technology and Economics_ HSUP program adapted to engineers
Kállay_Corvinus University of Budapest_Balancing theory and practice in entrepreneurship education
Monsorno and Pohlisch_WU Vienna University of Economics and Business_Industrial Business Model Innovation
Petheo_Corvinus University of Budapest_Teaching Entrepreneurship with different methodology
Vecsenyi and Danyi and Borbély_Budapest University of Technology and Economics_Making entrepreneurs_ Do we have the keys to success_

Section 4 – Entrepreneur education in practice

Danyi and Iványi and Vecsenyi_BME GTK_How to innovate a course on innovative startups_
Dömötör and Schlömmer and Wiesner_WU Vienna Entrepreneurship Center_Entrepreneurship Avenue – fostering cross-disciplinary entrepreneurship
Gosztonyi_Budapest Business School_Social enterprise development in a disadvantaged community – How can a design-based university course contribute to the local development practic (…)
Horvath and Wetters and Tomasi_Kimitisik, The Netherlands_Team dynamics optimisation in short term entrepreneurship programmes
Tasi_Aston Business School_Good solution in Finland. A good solution everywhere_

Section 5 – “Ecosystem”: Supporting Student startups

Dömötör and Schlömmer_WU Vienna University of Economics and Business_Austria_Changemaker Program – Kids become entrepreneurs
Huszák_Corvinus University of Budapest and Oborni_HÉTFA Research Institute_Hungary_Entrepreneurship Mentoring for Women at Universities – The process of counselling and the experie (…)
Rahimy and Koziol_University of Passau_Germany_Empowering Female Entrepreneurs through a Female Founders Academy
von Lewinski_University of Passau_Germany_Entrepreneurial Law Clinics

Local Organizing Committee

  • ● JÁKI, Erika (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary)
    ● HUSZÁK, Loretta (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary)
    ● BORDA, Áron (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary)

Scientific Committee

  • BERGER, Elisabeth (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria)
  • CUDANOV, Mladen (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
  • DANYI, Pál (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
  • DÖMÖTÖR, Rudolf (Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria)
  • SASSMANNSHAUSEN, Patrick Sean (OTH Regensburg, Germany)
  • von LEWINSKI, Kai (University of Passau, Germany)
  • VECSENYI, János (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary)

Publication/Proceedings

The organizers provide full paper publication possibilities to the speakers of the conference, in order to further disseminate entrepreneurship/startup education and research at HEIs in the Danube region. The open access journals are the following:

Submissions must be original contributions that have not been previously published.
Poster presentations are also welcome to the conference.

Submission Process

Please send your short summary of 100-200 words (in case of a non-academic presentation) OR an abstract of 500 words (to be published in the Book of Abstracts, with ISBN number) to:  conference@danubecup.eu by January 31st, 2022. We are kindly asking you to indicate which section you would like to participate in.

Please follow the abstract guidelines detailed on the conference website. 

Important Deadlines:

Application with an Abstract: February 11, 2022

  • Notification of Acceptance: 28 Feb 2022
  • Camera Ready poster/presentation: 15 April 2022
  • Paper Submission Deadline (for publishing in proceedings): 31 May 2022

Reviewing Process

The review process is single-blind (authors identities known to reviewers). Manuscripts will be evaluated on the basis of technical quality, novelty, potential impact, and clarity.

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