The Research Centre for Business Development was founded within the Corvinus Business School, Institute of Business Economics in February 2009. In the centre of its professional activities was the multi-angled and at the same time integrative approach of business development. The research centre represents the value-oriented approaches supporting the management and development of business performance based on business economics, and thus matches the strategic elements with the operational level, process-oriented development.
By founding the Centre we would like to provide a formal framework for the research and development activities of the Institute of Business Economics and its cooperation with other organizations and organizational units, and we wish to do that on the basis of common professional background and approaches (value-orientation, strategic thinking, focus on performance, process-orientation, stakeholder model) and disciplines representing synergies. Our aim is to contribute to the internal professional collaborations, the integration of the different approaches, and to represent an approach with a more thorough picture about business operations in both education and research.
In the 2010 July-August special issue of Vezetéstudomány you can read the articles of the Centre’s members about corporate, market and economic efficiency. The articles are downloadable here.
Founding members of the Centre are:
Dr. László Reszegi, Centre Director
Dr. Ágnes Wimmer, Vice- Director
Dr. György Boda
Dr. Krisztina Demeter
Halászné Dr. Erzsébet Sipos
Kazainé Annamária Ónodi
Dr. Erzsébet Könczöl
Dr. Gyöngyi Vörösmarty