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The latest issue of Budapest Management Review, June 2024

2024-06-14 10:11:00

The full contents are available online at the journal's website.
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem

The monthly published Budapest Management Review is one of the most significant journals in the field of business, management, and organizational studies in Hungary, with a history of 55 years, ranked in the best, “A” category by the Hungarian Academy of Science, one star on ABS List 2021. It is a general management journal, which includes studies on different aspects of organizations: structure, processes, and performance, and equally on cultural, behavioural, and technological subjects. Multidisciplinary research is highly valued and papers that draw on the perspective and theoretical background of sociology, psychology, economics, political science, or communicational studies – apart from that of business, management and organization science are also appreciated. 


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Contents of the current issue (Volume LV, Issue 6): 


– László Vancsura – Tibor Bareith 

The relationship between ESG ratings and stock market performance 


The authors focused on equity markets to investigate the relationship between the top 100 ESG rated US companies and their stock market performance in 2022 and 2023. 


– Zoltán Grünhut – Ákos Bodor – Éva Komlósi – Zoltán Schepp 

Is there a homogenous entrepreneurial mindset? – Reflections based on a complex value-theoretical approach 


This paper falls within the scope of entrepreneurship research focused on entrepreneurs as agents with individual personality traits. 


– Ágnes Szukits – Lilla Sztrida – Inez Anna Szabó 

Impact of digitalization of information processes on controllers’ profession – A systematic literature review 


Based on a systematic review of international literature, this paper investigates how the digitalization of information processes shapes the role of controllers in supporting decision-making. 


– Miklós Hornyák – Gabriella Kuráth – Edit Gyarmatiné Bányai 

Trust and leadership in the international and national literature – Text-mining supported systematic literature review 


The authors conducted a systematic literature search by developing a text-mining data process, considering the repeatable research paradigm, for which they relied on the Web of Science database for the related scientific fields and the business and economics research area. 


– György Málovics – Judit Juhász – Zoltán Bajmócy 

University community engagement and sustainability transition – The potential and challenges of business schools 


The authors examined the potential and limits of UCE institutionalization in supporting the sustainability transitions of business schools. 


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