1. Business information management (Dr. Tibor Pál)

  • Quantitative and qualitative analyses of social-economic and demographic processes (Prof. Lajos Besenyei)
  • Preparation of forecasting and decision making (Prof. Lajos Besenyei)
  • Theoretical and practical issues related to regulation and operation of accounting information systems (Dr. Tibor Pál)
  • Audit in the controlling and regulatory tool system of management processes (Dr. Tibor Pál)
  • Efficiency analysis of financial markets (Dr. Sándor Bozsik)
  • Economic and financial analysis of financial markets and credit institutions (Dr. Levente Kovács)
  • The European Union's economic and financial challanges (Dr. Levente Kovács)
  • Accounting information systems (Dr. Béla Kántor)
  • Development of controlling systems (Dr. Zoltán Musinszky)
  • Capital structure of the firm. Theory and practice (Dr. Judit Szemán)
  • Methodological and practical aspects information accumulation based on sampling (Dr. Roland Szilágyi)
  • Analysis of the socio-economic relationships (Dr. Beatrix Varga)
  • Value and evaluation in accounting, practical application of the market price evaluation method (Dr. Mária Juhász Várkonyiné)

2. Business Economics (Prof. Mária Illés)

  • Conditions, methods and special features of management in corporate practice (Prof. Mária Illés)
  • Special features of operation and management of companies in positions of natural monopoly and companies providing public services (Prof. Mária Illés)
  • Challenges to corporate-level energy management - current situation, trends and tendencies on the energy market (Dr. Ágnes Horváth Kádárné)

3. Corporate strategy (Prof. Gyula Fülöp)

  • Business intelligence in decision making and competitiveness of small companies (Prof. Gyula Fülöp)
  • Business development in changing conditions (Prof. Fülöp Gyula)
  • Theoretical and practical perspectives in corporate social responsibility (Dr. Krisztina Szegedi)
  • The role and place of information technology in business enterprises (Dr. Péter Sasvári)

4. Management (Prof. Mariann Somosi Veresné)

  • Innovation management (Dr. Dezső Szakály)
  • Performance management (Prof. Mariann Somosi Veresné)
  • Competence measurement and management (Prof. Mariann Somosi Veresné)
  • Management of business processes (Dr. Csaba Deák)
  • Organisational behaviour (Dr. István Kunos)
  • Project management (Prof. Mariann Somosi Veresné)
  • Technology management (Dr. Dezső Szakály)
  • Performance management in organisations (Prof. Károly Balaton)
  • Strategic management (Prof. Károly Balaton)

5. Marketing schools and applications (Dr. István Piskóti)

  • Model and application of social marketing (Dr. István Piskóti)
  • Efficiency of innovation-marketing (Dr. István Piskóti)
  • Value-targeting and satisfaction-oriented business marketing (Dr. István Piskóti)
  • Special solutions in service marketing (Dr. Szabolcs Nagy)
  • Eco-marketing (Dr. Szabolcs Nagy)
  • International marketing management (Dr. László Dankó)

6. Spatial economics (Prof. György Kocziszky)

  • Investigation of spatial and structural dimensions of the economic activity in manufacturing industry of East Central European countries (Dr. Kuttor Dániel)
  • Spatial analysis (Dr. Géza Tóth)
  • Accessibility analysis (Dr. Géza Tóth)
  • Evaluation of environmental performance and eco-efficiency analysis (Dr. Tóthné Dr. Klára Szita)
  • Comparative analysis of global economic regions (Dr. Zoltán Nagy)
  • Econometric modelling of regional economic development (Prof. György Kocziszky)
  • Comparative analysis of the European regionalisation and regional politics (Prof. József Benedek)
  • Comparative analysis of regional convergence (Prof. József Benedek)
  • Rural development (Dr. Gadócziné dr. Fekete Éva)
  • International financial management (Dr. Helmut Polzer)

7. Economic theory (Dr. Sándor Karajz)

  • Theoretical and methodological issues of modern schools of economics (Prof. Aladár Nagy)
  • Economic theory, systems approach and quantitative analysis (Dr. Sándor Karajz)
  • Modelling and quantifying the effect of institutional factors on macroeconomic performance (Dr. Zoltán Bartha)