Teaching at CEU takes place in an environment committed to academic excellence.
CEU’s international faculty come from over 30 countries. More than 130 permanent and 170 visiting professors and instructors ensure that students benefit from a rich diversity of ideas, expertise and teaching styles. In addition, many of CEU’s faculty were active in laying the foundations for the university’s own internationally-recognized Research Centers.
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Associate ProfessorHead, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology
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István Bodnár is a part time faculty at the Philosophy Department of Central European University. He studied philosophy, English and Latin philology at Eötvös University, and earned his doctoral degree there with a thesis on Parmenides, under the supervision of Prof. Imre Ruzsa in 1992. His research interests include ancient metaphysics, epistemology, physical theory, and science.
ProfessorDirector of Company ProgramsProfessor of Management
György Bőgel is professor of business management, and teaches courses on organizational behavior, outsourcing and entrepreneurship. He also participates in many projects at the school’s executive education unit. His main research interest is the influence of technological development on management structures and processes.
Dorothee Bohle joined the Political Science Department in 2001, after receiving her PhD from Free University of Berlin. Her research focuses on the political economy of East Central European capitalism. She is the author of Europas Neue Peripherie: Polens Transformation und transnationale Integration (Muenster, Westfaelisches Dampfboot, 2002), and her recent articles are published in Capital and Class, Studies in Comparative International Development, West European Politics, Competition and Change, Journal of Democracy, and European Journal of Sociology. Her book Capitalist Diversity on Europe's Periphery, which she co-authored with Bela Greskovits, was recently been published by Cornell University Press.
ProfessorHead of Unit
His research is mostly related to the geometry of the Euclidean, and to less extent, the hyperbolic spaces. These areas include Isoperimetric type inequalities, Geometry of numbers, Stochastic geometry, and Packing and covering. Recent interest is probabilistic inequalities for density functions. He has written a monograph published by the Cambridge University Press.
András Bozóki received his PhD in political science from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1992. His research interest includes democratization, political ideas, Central European politics, elites, public discourse, cultural policy and the role of intellectuals. He has served as president of the Hungarian Political Science Association, and as member of the executive board of the European Confederation of Political Science Associations (ECPSA). He was a founding editor of the Hungarian Political Science Review (1992-99). He is author of six, co-author of eight books, and editor/co-editor of several others. He was visiting professor at Columbia University (2004, 2009), Bologna University (2008), and Smith College (1999-2000). He was Mellon fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Berlin (1993-4), Jean Monnet fellow (2000-1), and Fernand Braudel fellow (2012) at the European University Institute in Florence. In 1989, he participated in the Hungarian roundtable talks; in 2005-6, he served as Minister of Culture of Hungary.
Assistant ProfessorAssistant Professor of Management and OrganizationsAcademic Director of MBA Programs
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.
Alessia Campolmi is an assistant professor at the Department of Economics of Central European University and a researcher at the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (The Central Bank of Hungary). Her research interests are monetary and fiscal policy with particular emphasis on their international aspects and their interactions with labor market frictions. Alessia holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Universitat Pompeu Fabra (2008).
Andrea Canidio is assistant professor of economics at Central European University. He holds a Ph.D. from Boston University. His research interests are Organizational Economics, Development Economics and Microeconomic Theory.
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