Széchenyi 2020
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem ×

Current students

During the final exam, first you will defend your thesis work. Moreover, you are going to get at least one professional question, which will be linked to your studies, might be linked to your thesis topic. You can prepare a presentation (ppt) or handout to your thesis defence, but please print it in 4 copies since you won’t have the opportunity to use a computer for your presentation.

  • The final exam will take appr. 20-25 minutes in sum per capita.
  • The final exam grades will be announced right after the final exam.
  • Please come to the beginning of the final exam and stay until the end.

Almadi Sejla

– International Economy and Trade, Competitiveness

– Management and marketing strategies at internationalcorporations

– Behavioral economics, structural behavioral, corporate psychology


Benczes István

– Reforms of European Economic Governance

– Fiscal policy in the EU

– Integration theories

– Introduction of Euro in Hungary


Endrődi-Kovács Viktória

– Western Balkan, Economics of Western-Balkan countries

– Integration Maturity

– FDI – multinational corporations, investments, investmentdecisions

– Global value chains, embeddedness of theV4 countries


Gál Péter

– Strategy of Transnational Corporations

– Foreign Direct Investments

– Macroeconomic consequences of globalisation (nationaland international economic policies, development policies, international corporateand financial chains)

– The consequences of the new industrial age in theworld economy (Theoretical, corporative and economic policy consequences,effects of it in the different regions of the world)

Kollai István

– Territorial disparities, spread and backwash effects, core-hinterlandrelations

– Economics of heritage

– Product branding, consumer behavior

– Varieties of capitalism


Magas István

– Global financial processes and regulations

– World economic crisis interpretations, crisismanagement

– Conditions for the introduction of Euro in Hungary

– BREXIT and its consequencesfor Europe

– Customs War


Miklós Gábor

– The effects of the economic crisis in the Central European region

– Integration maturity of CEE countries

– Advantages and disadvantages of Central European economies (macroeconomicanalysis)

– Autonomy analyses from an economic and political perspective

– The political and economic benefits of minorities

– Challenges for the European labor market

– Labor shortage in Hungary and Central Europe

– The situation of the Hungarian and Central European construction industry


Nagy Sándor Gyula

– Economic and political issues in Latin America and Spain

– International and / or domestic use of European Union grants (StructuralFunds)

– EU energy policy

– Supplier and industrial development processes


Palánkai Tibor

– Theory of regional and global integration

– European integration policies

– European integration performance balance

– Integration maturity


Ricz Judit

– Development economics

– Developing and emerging countries

– The political economy of development (especially thestudy of Latin America)

– Developing countries (in East Asia and beyond)

– Variations of Capitalism


Simai Mihály

– Global economic governance and national economicpolicies

New relations betweenworld production and international trade policy

National andinternational regulation of transnational corporations: goals and results

Commodity markets inthe international trading system

Agriculture / industryor services /, in the system of international economic relations

– Global challenges and multilateral cooperation.

New global program for sustainable development andnational economies / adopted in 2015 /

Alternative topics: developed world, developingcountries, Hungary.

Or sustainability goals in any field or nationaleconomic policies.

– Risk factors in the global economy, risk management at corporate, state andglobal levels


Szent-Iványi Balázs (max2 persons, professor is abroad and available only by email or Skype)

– International development and aid, developmenteconomics


Tétényi András

– International development grants

– Sustainable development goals

– Elements of growth and sustainability

– The effects of international migration


Vigvári Gábor

– Current issues in international trade

– Globalization, institutions, nation state

– Political economic issues of international cooperation

– EU political economy


Burucs Judit

– Developments of access to financing indeveloping countries over the past decade

– The future of financial risk management inthe banking sector

– Changes in the liquidity risk managementpractices of banks in a selected country

– Changing household saving habits indeveloping countries over the last decade

– The impact of Basel III on the Russianbanking sector

– Impact of Central and Eastern Europeansubsidiaries on the profitability of a banking group


Szunomár Ágnes

– Economies of East Asia

– Foreign direct investment

– Emerging markets, emerging multinationals corporations

– Challenges of (economic) development

– Middle income trap


Stukovszky Tamás

– The role of innovation in mitigating the effects of crises

– Paradigm shift in long-term cooperation between multinational companies andthe state in Hungary

– The growing importance of the sport within the national economy inHungary and abroad

– Janus-faced China, or the two-faced Chinese economic growth vision

– The key role of the automotive industry in the structure of the domesticeconomy – a blessing or a curse?

– Economic effects of the Estonian digital state and public administration

– SME development in the 2020s in Hungary and the EU


Hámori Balázs

– New developments in the Behavioral Economics

– How have economic decisions been influenced by human emotions

– Comparison of economic system variants in the light of the economiccrisis

– The role of the institutions in running the economy

– Information/Knowledge Economy


Ádám Zoltán

– The comparative political economy of authoritarian populism and liberaldemocracy

– Democracy and Institutional Development in Central and Eastern Europe afterthe 1989-1990 Regime Changes in a Political-Economic Approach


Cossu Elena

– Measuring the effectiveness of economic policies of developed countries


Mátyás Máté

– Changes in Civil Societies and their Political Economic Consequences

– Changes in Media Systems and their Political Economic Consequences


Medve-Bálint Gergő

– Regional development, territorial inequalities in Central and EasternEurope

– Growth regimes in Central and Eastern Europe

– Industrial policy in case of the Eastern and Southern EU Member States

– FDI, investment incentives, state aid in the EU

– EU cohesion policy



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