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  Plenary session
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09.00–09.10 Welcome speeches
09.10–10.10 József POÓR (Selye J. University, Komarno): Human resource management and labor retention in light of COVID-19 pandemic
10.10–11.00 Csaba BÁLINT (National Bank of Romania/Babeș-Bolyai University), Levente SZÁSZ (Babeș-Bolyai University): The COVID-19: Romanian Economic Impact Monitor project: Implications for the online retail sector
11.00–12.00 Torbjörn NETLAND (ETH Zürich): Managing production improvement programs: Research-based evidence
  Accounting and Finance section
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13.00–13.20 Angela ROMAN, Valentina Diana RUSU: The role of debt financing in ensuring start-ups performance
13.20–13.40 Saleh JAWARNEH, Sándor BOZSIK: The Polak’s monetary model and its application in the UK
13.40–14.00 Alexandra-Andreea BRATU: The impact of the covid-19 pandemic and the evolution of the financial field in an uncertain economy
14.00–14.20 Ionela URSU: Budget planning and its role in the strategic planning
14.20–14.40 Elena RADU (GRIGORIE): Synchronization and interconnection in financial markets
14.40–15.00 Vananh PHAMTHI: Variance and the application in portfolio management using mean-variance analysis
15.00–15.20 Magdolna SASS, Imre FERTŐ: FDI round-tripping: what are the main factors?
15.20–15.40 István FETTER, Anna Ágnes ACZKOV: ESG is not coming, it is already here: The importance of environmental, social and governance factors in the financial sector
15.40–16.00 Henrietta Ildikó PAP, Szilveszter FEKETE: The theoretical background of EVA: A literature review
16.00–16.20 Botond BENEDEK, Bálint-Zsolt NAGY: Co-skewness, co-kurtosis and their implications on asset pricing of cryptocurrencies
  Business Information Systems section
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13.00–13.20 Zsolt BARNA: The necessity of human performance monitoring attained state firms and organisations
13.20–13.40 Maloy SAHA: Impact on e-tourism business using smartphone applications in Europe
13.40–14.00 Norbert FORMAN: Investigating the connection between the organizational culture and IT development: A literature review
14.00–14.20 Olga BERTA: The Importance of the use of info-communicational technologies in agricompanies
14.20–14.40 József UDVAROS, Dóra DOBÁK: Development of a company information strategy for the implementation of the ERP system
14.40–15.00 Izabella BOKOR-SZŐCS: Network visualization of European Court of Justice cases
15.00–15.20 Mihai AVORNICULUI: Black Friday e-commerce in Romania during the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus epidemic
15.20–15.40 Gyöngyvér-Emese KOVÁCS, Hilda HARI: The use of learning management systems in Transylvanian higher education institutions
  Economics section
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13.00–13.20 Andreea-Gabriela CAPBUN, Mihai Daniel ROMAN, Ioana MANAFI: Building a business cycle index (BCI) using principal component analysis: A Romanian economy case study
13.20–13.40 Mohammad JABER, Tekla SZÉP: Understanding the causality relationship between renewable energy consumption and unemployment rates: The Toda-Yamamoto technique
13.40–14.00 Dorottya Edina KOZMA: Homogeneous groups in EU member states according to common indicators of sustainable development
14.00–14.20 Anett Katalin LESKÓ: Circular economy as a possible means of sustainability (?)
14.20–14.40 Nikoletta NÉMETH, Katalin MÉSZÁROS: Attitudes towards recycling
14.40–15.00 Mónika HOSCHEK, Katalin MÉSZÁROS, Nikoletta NÉMETH: Travel habits and active tourism in 2020

Miklós PINTÉR: How to make ambiguous strategies

15.20–15.40 Zsuzsanna NAGY, Lajos BARÁTH: An examination of the effect of participation in Agri-Environmental Schemes (AES) on farms’ applied technology and technical efficiency
15.40–16.00 Miklós SOMAI: A stumbling block in the process of Brexit: The Northern Ireland Protocol
16.00–16.20 Csilla TÓTH, András HÁRY: Complexity theory in development of ZalaZONE innovation ecosystem model
16.20–16.40 Tibor CSIZMADIA, Judit SULYOK, Beáta FEHÉRVÖLGYI, Attila KATONA, Zsolt Tibor KOSZTYÁN: Covid-19's effect on academic tourism research
16.40–17.00 Kinga KEREKES, Iudita MOLNÁR: Evolution of rural employment in Romania after EU-accession
17.00–17.20 Petra SZÁVICS, József BENEDEK: ERDF use for innovation in Romanian less developed regions in light of territorial indicators
17.20–17.40 Ibrahim TAHAT: The sensitivities of Jordan housing demand to macroeconomic factors: Demand and supply analysis model application CANCELLED
  Management 1 section
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13.00–13.20 Karina Ágnes SZÁSZVÁRI, Sára CSILLAG, Péter CSIZMADIA, Katalin BÁCSI: HR architecture, focusing on knowledge-intensive medium-sized enterprises
13.20–13.40 Petra SZABÓ, Annamária DÉZSI-BENYOVSZKI: Who is more risk-averse among women: the established entrepreneur or the non-entrepreneur?
13.40–14.00 Trung Ngo MINH, Ngo Minh DUC: The entrepreneurial ecosystem of China based on the Global Entrepreneurship Index
14.00–14.20 Nóra VAJDOVICH, Balázs HEIDRICH: Closer to the heart: The analysis of the goals of Hungarian family business wineries
14.20–14.40 László BERÉNYI, Nikolett DEUTSCH: Comparison of attendance and online education based on student opinions
14.40–15.00 Gerald STEI, Levente SZÁSZ, Alexander ROSSMANN: What makes knowledge-intensive organizations thrive under dynamic conditions?: An organizational capability perspective
15.00–15.20 Andrea ÉLTETŐ, Magdolna SASS: Industry 4.0 in the Visegrád countries before and after the Covid crisis
15.20–15.40 Ottó CSÍKI, Levente SZÁSZ: The impact of industry 4.0 technologies on the human resources of multinational companies in the automotive sector
15.40–16.00 Kincső KELEMEN: Improving agricultural and food supply chain resilience using industry 4.0 technologies
16.00–16.20 Leticia PEKK, András HÁRY: Features of technology development in the Industrial transformation
16.20–16.40 Levente BAKOS: Multidisciplinary team based risk management: How a professional soccer team or a jazz band can provide solutions?
16.40–17.00 Viktória Erika TÓTH, Nora OBERMAYER: The impact of Covid-19 on emerging technologies in knowledge management
17.00–17.20 Lehel-Zoltán GYÖRFY, Miriám NAGY, Béla-Gergely RÁCZ: Innovative leadership training models: The case of the GTK Business Consulting Club
17.20–17.40 Csaba DEÁK: Innovation, creativity and art
17.40–18.00 Arnold TÓTH, Botond KÁLMÁN, József POÓR: The impact of crises on corporate and company executives in four European countries
  Management 2 section
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13.00–13.20 Beáta PATÓ GÁBORNÉ SZŰCS, Gábor HOLLÓSY-VADÁSZ, Judit GROTTE: HR challenges during COVID19 in the Hungarian accommodation industry
13.20–13.40 Tímea VENCZEL-SZAKÓ, Norbert SIPOS, Ákos JARJABKA: Satisfaction with the home office during the COVID-19 epidemic
13.40–14.00 Loredana MIHALCA, Lucia RATIU, Christoph MENGELKAMP, Gabriela BRENDEA, Daniel METZ: Teleworking during COVID-19: The moderating role of the degree of telework on the relationship between self-management and performance
14.00–14.20 Ivana KOCSICSKA: Job satisfaction of health care workers as important element of management in the public health care systems from Hungary and Serbia
14.20–14.40 Senan AMER: The effect of strategic leadership on the administrative employee’s performance: Case study on the Ministry of Educations in Jordan
14.40–15.00 Afriyadi CAHYADI, Wita FARLA, M. Ichsan HADJRI: The influence of human resource management and leadership on employee performance: Theoretical Insights
15.00–15.20 Szilvia MÓDOSNÉ SZALAI, Szonja JENEI: The principle of quantitative research carried out using a weighting method, adapted to the topic of employee well-being
15.20–15.40 Réka HORVÁTH, Ottó CSÍKI: Willingness to engage in CSR activities among Romanian companies
15.40–16.00 Dorottya Edina KOZMA, Nikolett BOSNYÁK-SIMON: Environmental elements of sustainability in the practices of large domestic companies
16.00–16.20 Zsuzsanna FEHÉR, Katalin ÁSVÁNYI: Sustainability of contemporary art museums in European regions
16.20–16.40 Katalin ÁSVÁNYI, Gergely VÉGSŐ: The effect of gender on the impact of education for sustainability
16.40–17.00 Norbert SIPOS: Graduate career tracking system in the light of the ownership change of Hungarian higher education institutions
17.00–17.20 Szilvia ERDEINÉ KÉSMÁRKI-GALLY, Attila ERDEI, Judit GROTTE: The role of safety in public rail transport in Hungary
17.20–17.40 Helga FEHÉR, Dorottya Edina KOZMA: Examining entrepreneurial traits from a bibliometric perspective

Lady GAVIRIA-OCHOA: Culture and corruption in Colombia: An exploratory historical approach CANCELLED

  Marketing section
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13.00–13.20 Száva ZSIGMOND-HEINCZINGER, Szilárd NÉMETH: Festival marketing: Hungarian festival panorama
13.20–13.40 Zoltán SZAKÁL: Age difference in consumption habits for Tokaj wines CANCELLED
13.40–14.00 Gergő HAJDU: The role of content marketing in integrated marketing communication
14.00–14.20 Rita LUKÁCS: Content marketing strategy of IKEA Hungary to communicate about sustainability
14.20–14.40 Bence CSAPODY: Analysis of green practices in European high-end restaurants
14.40–15.00 Hager CHAKER, Katalin ÁSVÁNYI: Comparing the attitude and perception of Hungarian and Tunisian guests on sustainable practices in hotels
15.00–15.20 Boróka Júlia BÍRÓ, Bíborka-Eszter BÍRÓ: Online food delivery services in Romania: The situation of a local food marketplace system during COVID-19
15.20–15.40 Bendegúz Richárd NYIKOS: The way how the COVID-19 pandemic altered the consumer attitude towards food delivery
15.40–16.00 Szilárd SZIGETI, László JÓZSA: Marketing in healthcare and consumer attitudes in Hungary
16.00–16.20 Arjana KADIU, Albana DEMI, Zoltán SZABÓ: Reprioritizing current marketing challenges through inspiration and collaboration
16.20–16.40 Alfateh FEGADA, Zoltán VERES: The role of after-sales support in the competitive edge
16.40–17.00 Anita FÜREDI: Methods of operating the social media interface of service companies in practice
17.00–17.20 Tamás CSORDÁS, Éva MARKOS-KUJBUS: University students’ visual self-reflections about their experiences of emergency virtual learning
17.20–17.40 László SEER, Ibolya VIZELI: Factors affecting consumer resistance to intelligent personal assistants: A qualitative study
17.40–18.00 Mónika-Anetta ALT, Irma AGÁRDI: An examination of the relationship between m-payment acceptance at stores and the loyalty toward retailers before pandemic