Monday, 2 Sptember 2019



Location: Lobby of Main Aula, Partium Building


Welcome Speech, and Conference Opening

Location: Amphitheatre, Partium Building


Keynote Session I.

Location: Main Aula, Chair: András NÁBRÁDI

Prof. Dr. Wim HEIJMAN, The Netherlands

A Note on the Dutch Disease”

Prof. Dr. László DINYA, Hungary

„Managment 4.0 Among the Hungarian Companies”

Prof. Dr. Florin-Alexandru LUCA, Romania

„People - Creativity - Nature”

Prof. Dr. József TÓTH, Hungary

„Innovation Trends in Food Processing Sector in Europe”

12:30-13:00 Discussion, Q&A
13:00-14:00 Lunch

Parallel Sessions I.


Main Aula

Applied Economics 1

Chair: Josip JURACAK

1. Narmin Baghirzade: Can the Welfare State be the Future of the Global Economy?

2. Forest R. DAVID: A Content Analysis of Fortune 500 Vision and Mission Statements: Identifying Appropriate Document Characteristics and Their Association 

3. András NÁBRÁDI &Tünde PINTÉR KOVÁCS: Types of Sharing Economy: Advantages and Disadvantages

4. Júlia TOBAK & András NÁBRÁDI: Evolution of family businesses – a 3D theoretical approach 

5. Beáta BITTNER & Hajnalka MADAI & Adrián Szilard NAGY & András NÁBRÁDI & Forest DAVID: Methodology of the External Environmental Analysis as a Part of Strategy Planning

6. Hajnalka MADAI & Beáta BITTNER & Adrián NAGY & Forest DAVID & András NÁBRÁDI: Methodology of the Internal Environmental Analysis as a Part of Strategy Planning

Location: P21

Management and Information Technologies 1

Chair: Károly PETŐ & Peter BIELIK

1. Mihály TÓTH & Róbert SZILÁGYI: The application of the Hadoop ecosystem and IoT devices in agricultural production

2. Adrián CSORDÁS: E-services are the latest status symbols?

3. Imola Csehné PAPP & Mária HÉDER RIMA & Krisztina DAJNOKI: Dropping out – Hungarian experiences at vocational training

4. Attila Sándor DEBRENTI: Digitization of Hungarian food companies from a survey perspective

5. Viktor László TAKÁCS & Katalin BUBNÓ & Mária CSERNOCH: Developing Computational Thinking Skills for Economics and Business Students

6. Kriszitina DAJNOKI & Maha DALAHMED: Talent Management: Systematic Review

7. Réka SZONDI & Roland FILEP: The role of career and knowledge management in retention

8. Krisztina TÓTH & Tünde CSAPÓNÉ RISKÓ: Corporate Social Responsibility through the example of UPC Magyarország Ltd.

Location: P22

Commerce and Marketing

Chair: Zoltán SZAKÁLY &  Florin-Alexandru LUCA

1. Geanina Constanța SPĂTARU (PRAVĂȚ) & Florin-Alexandru LUCA: An investigation of the relation between supervisory safety and health at work communication and workers’ safety and health at work behavior

2. Emőke Katalin PÉTER: Marketing opportunities of local products in the catchment area of Csíkszereda town

3. Alina-Mihaela BUSUIOC & Florin- Alexandru LUCA + Alina-Costina LUCA: Marketing challenges in healthcare

4. András István KUN & Marietta KISS: Online Communication of Higher Education Institutions as a Signal: Content Analysis of News Published on Institutional Websites and on Facebook

5. Zsófia NÁBRÁDI: Motivation for physical activity and dietary supplement usage among Hungarian adults who engaged in sports

6. Ketrin SZIKSZAI -NÉMETH: Personal branding in team sports marketing

7. Virág Ágnes KISS & András FEHÉR & Mihály SOÓS & Zoltán SZAKÁLY: Analysis of eating habits among call words

8. Bence KOVÁCS & Virág Ágnes KISS & Zoltán SZAKÁLY: Market orientation among Hungarian food- and health industry

Location: P23


Chair: József FOGARASI & Erzsébet SZÁSZ

1. Peter BULLA & Tatiana BULLOVÁ & Natália TURČEKOVÁ: Indicators determining the development of local governmnets – methodological approaches

2. Patrícia BECSKY-NAGY & Balázs FAZEKAS: Venture Capital as a Catalyst of Innovation – The Case of the Hungarian JEREMIE Venture Capital Agenda

3. Cserne Panka PÓTA & Patrícia BECSKY-NAGY: The impact of digitalization to the financial sector

4. Vilmos LAKATOS: Controlling Tools for Decision-Making in Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

5. Veronika FENYVES & Batchimeg BAYARAA & Dóra KEREZSI & Tibor TARNÓCZI: Comparative performance analysis of Hungary and its five neighbouring European Union member countries 

6. Ildiko ORBÁN MS. TAMÁS DÉKÁN: Representation of industry-specialities in the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) based financial statements in the case of financial institutions

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break
16:30-18:00 Parallel Sessions II.
Location: Main Aula

Applied Economics 2

Chair: István SZŰCS

1. Viktória VIDA & István SZŰCS: Pork production and consumption issues from the perspective of the world's growing population

2. László SZÁNTÓ & István SZŰCS & László SZŐLLŐSI: Economics of milk production in 2010-2016 – a Hungarian case study

3. Adél Dorottya ERDŐS & Szilvia MOLNÁR & István SZŰCS & László SZŐLLŐSI: Economics of egg production in alternative housing systems – a Hungarian case study

4. Krisztián KOVÁCS: Technical, cost and allocative efficiency in the Hungarian dairy farms

5. Enikő VÍGH & Krisztina MISKÓ & András NÉMETH & József FOGARASi: How cost-effective are results-oriented agri-environmental measures? An ecosystem service analysis

6. Péter POPOVICS: An innovative education system at the University of Debrecen

Location: P23

Applied Economics 3

Chair: Mario NJAVRO

1. Imre Milán HARCSA & Sándor KOVÁCS & András NÁBRÁDI: Economic analysis of subcontract distilleries by simulation modeling method

2. István SZABÓ & János FELFÖLDI & József HORVÁTH: Nature patterns usefulness in innovation management processes

3. Ferenc BUZÁS & László POSTA: The Connections Between Land Price and Location

4.  Csaba TÓTH & Ferenc BUZÁS: Location Theories and their Aspects Regarding the Real Estate Market

5. Orsolya NAGY & Lajos NAGY & Margit CSIPKÉS & Péter LENGYEL & Mónika HARANGI-RÁKOS & Péter KŐMÍVES & Péter BALOGH: SWOT analysis of the Hungarian mangalica sector

Location: P21

Social Economy

Chair: Katalin GÁL

1. Oscar González FLORES & Karen Miriam González FLORES: Resilience in SMEs and Why it Matters

2. Ilsiiar POGORELSKAIA & László VÁRALLYAI: Trends in Education 4.0

3. Péter Miklós KŐMÍVES: The internationalisation of the higher education: The motivation, the characteristics and the economic effects of studying abroad

4. Katalin GÁL & Rita PÁSZTOR & Levente SZÉKEDI: The Transition of Graduates From University Education to Labour Market. The Case of the Partium Christian University

5. Katalin GÁL & Rita PÁSZTOR & Levente SZÉKEDI: The Role of Student Satisfaction Measurement in Higher Education Management at the Partium Christian University

6. Ganchimeg GOMBODOJ & Dr. Jac(Johan) Van ORPHEM  &  Gankhuyag NYAM-OCHIR: Pension planning of Mongolian herders


Conference Gala Dinner

Butoiu de Aur

Oradea, Iosif Vulcan Str., No 1.

Thuesday, 3 September 2019



Location: Lobby of Main Aula, Partium Building


Keynote Sesson II.

Location: Main Aula, Chair: András NÁBRÁDI

Prof. Dr. Josip Juračak and Prof. Dr. Mario Njavro, Croatia

„The impact of CAP support on farm income and their long term sustainability”

Prof. Dr. Fred R. DAVID, and Forest R. DAVID, USA

„The Latest Trends in Strategic Management”

10:50-11:00 Discussion, Q&A

Coffee Break

Book Dedication, (Fred.R. DAVID, Forest R. DAVID and Meredith DAVID: Strategic Management, Concept & Cases, 17th Edition)

Pearson's book show by Erzsébet CSIBI, Pearson Hungary

12:00-14:00 Parallel Sessions III.



Management and Information Technologies 2

Chair: Károly PETŐ & Peter BIELIK & Zsolt CSAPÓ

1. Roland FILEP: Examining Leadership Attitudes for Change Management Models and Succession

2. Péter Miklós KŐMÍVES & Mária HÉDER-RIMA & Krisztina DAJNOKI: “Skill Bill” – Do they know what we know?

3. Krisztina DAJNOKI & Péter Miklós KŐMÍVES & György Norbert SZABADOS & Éva BÁCSNÉ BÁBA: The role of health preservation in the workplace well-being

4. Zsolt CSAPÓ & Orsolya SIMON: Extension of Logistic Services at Debrecen Airport in Hungary

5. Osama ALHENDI: Language Policy and Economics: Does English Language accelerate the wheel of development in the economies or not? : a Review

6. Mónika PÓNUSZ & Márton GOSZTONYI & Györgyi KŐVÁGÓ: Reverse Logistics, Sustainability and Supply chain. Some characteristics of companies operating in Hungary

7. Gyula FLÓRIÁN: The managent of touristic resort from  Băile Felix

8. Arpad SZARKA & Elisabeta Ilona MOLNAR: The Challenges of the Public Pension System Management in Romania in the Context of EU Integration


Room P22

Tourism and Sport Management 


1. Nóra LAOUES-CZIMBALMOS & Anetta MÜLLER & Zoltán SZERDAHELYI: Development of leisure and sports consumption and sports motivation among children with disabilities

2. Danica KECZELI: The relationship between mental health and coping strategies among inactive, leisure and competitive athletes

3. Renátó BALOGH: Analysis of consumer market in football: motivation of spectators and media consumers

4. Zsuzsa KOROKNAY: Economic importance of the Hungarian sports sector in international comparison

5. Anikó MOLNÁR & Gergely Gábor RÁTONYI: The Hungarian Esport Ecosystem

6. Zoltán SZERDAHELYI & Nóra LAOUES- CZIMBALMOS: Characteristics of physical activity at the University of Debrecen

7. Zoltán SZALÁNCZI: Analyzing the organizational questions of the elite youth academies by the case study of Football Academy of Debrecen

8. Adrián Szilárd NAGY: Sports services at the University of Debrecen

14:00-15:00 Lunch

Keynote Session III.  Conference closing and Awards

Location: Main Aula

Prof. Dr. András NÁBRÁDI, Hungary, Romania

„Co-operation or Integration?"