General Management and International Business
Associate ProfessorAssociate Professor of Management and International Business+36 1 887 5097
Yusaf Akbar joined the CEU Business School as an associate professor of Management and International Business in 2006.
Yusaf has taught at universities and business schools all over the world, including University of Michigan, Stockholm School of Economics, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Queen’s University, Canada, European Business School, London, ISM Paris, University of Warsaw and University of Montenegro. His main research interests are international trade and investment, management development in Central and East Europe, and non-market strategies of emerging-market multinationals.
Current research projects focus on market escalation of small entrepreneurial firms in emerging markets and conceptual boundaries and relationships between different forms of innovation i.e. social innovation, disruptive and reverse innovation.
He has also recently authored case studies on Zwack Unicum (with CEU Alumna Ilona Polyak), Datwyler (with CEU Alumnus Pieter Coppens), Vienna International Airport and the Hummus Bar.
He is Founding Editor of the International Journal of Emerging Markets and sits on the Editorial Advisory Board of the European Journal of International Management. He has published in peer-reviewed journals including Journal of World Business, Business and Politics, Global Governance, Global Business and Organizational Excellence, Thunderbird International Business Review and World Competition.
Assistant ProfessorAssistant Professor of Management and OrganizationsAcademic Director of MBA Programs+36 1 887 5037
Zoltán Buzády is an assistant professor of management and organization at the CEU Business School. He has a BA in law from the London School of Economics, an MBA from Cass Business School, London, and a Ph.D. in Strategy and Organization from the Corvinus University in Budapest. He has taught at the University of Passau, Mannheim-ESSEC, Corvinus University.
Zoltan is also a transactional analysis trained executive and management coach.
Senior Lecturer of Technology Management+36 1 887 5057
Jay's primary interest is in explanation in the social sciences. Using a wide range of interdisciplinary tools, he is currently investigating the modeling of explanation for crowding phenomena.
Assistant Professor of Law and Public ManagementCo-Director, Initiative for Regulatory Innovation
Maciej Kisilowski is an assistant professor of Law and Public Management and Co-Director of Initiative for Regulatory Innovation research center. Prior to joining CEU, he taught at Yale University and at Warsaw University College of Technology and Business. He holds a doctorate in legal science (JSD) from Yale Law School (where he has also earned a master's in law or LLM), another PhD from Warsaw University, an M.P.A. in economics and public policy from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and an MBA with distinction from INSEAD. He has consulted for numerous public and nonprofit organizations, including the Secretariat-General of the European Commission, Committee for Economic Development (Washington DC), and the Offices of the President and the Prime Minister of Poland. His research interests include the theory of regulation and public management.
ProfessorProfessor of BusinessCoordinator, Academic Outreach+36 1 887 5036
Paul Marer has been a professor of international business for more than 30 years. He joined the CEU Business School in 2000, after having taught at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business since 1975. He holds a PhD in International Economics from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and an honorary doctorate from Budapest University of Economic Sciences. He was appointed by three consecutive US presidents—George Bush Sr., Bill Clinton and George Bush Jr.—to serve on the board of trustees for the Hungarian-American Enterprise Fund, a $78 million fund from the US government to promote private enterprise in Hungary. He wrote or edited 20 books and 150 articles and chapters, mainly on the changing political, economic and business situation in Hungary, the other transitioning countries of Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and China.
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