Program Day 1  -  7 May 2015

10:00-11:00 Registration
11:00-14:30 Welcome address and plenary session
(Rector’s Hall)

Dr. Anett Parádi-Dolgos, dean Faculty of Economic Science
Prof. Dr. Ferenc Szávai, rector, Kaposvár University, president, ACEU

11:10-12:00  
Prof. Dr. John L. Stanton (Saint Joseph’s University):
The Changing Retail Environment for Food

12:00-12:30
Prof. Dr. Péter Horn (Kaposvár University):
Realistic optimism in the vision of animal breeding

12:30-13:00   
Prof. RNDr. René Matlovič, rector (University of Presov):
The dynamics of higher education in Slovakia in last two decades

13:00-13:30  
Dr. Abdel Rahman Mihalffy (Founder of the Hungarian Islamic Society):
Halal banking systems?

13:30-14:00  
Prof. Eng. Dimitar Kirilov Dimitrov, rector (University of Agribusiness and Rural Development):
Importance of land and biodiversity preservation in sharing economy

14:00-14:30  
Prof. Dr. Sándor Kerekes – Dr. Katalin Szendrő (Kaposvár University):
Food for 9 billion people!?

14:30-15:30 Lunch
15:30- Conference tour to the Game Management Landscape Center in Bőszénfa
18:00- Gala dinner in Bőszénfa
20:00-22:00 Transfer to Kaposvár

Program Day 2  -  8 May 2015

9:00-13:00 Sessions
10:30-10:45 Coffee break
12:00- Lunch

5th International Conference of Economic Sciences
5th Climate Change, Economic Development, Environment and People (CCEDEP) Conference of the Alliance of Central-Eastern European Universities (ACEU)

Collaborative finance I.

(New Building, Hall 164.)
Chaired by: Judit Balázs

9:00-9:15
Zoltán Gál – Magdolna Sass:
(Centre for Economics and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Kaposvár University)
Financial FDI in CEECs revisited – in the context of the dependent market economies model

9:15-9:30
Magdolna Sass:
(Centre for Economics and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
Case study evidence of the extent and nature of foreign subsidiaries’ R&D capability in Hungary

9:30-9:45
Tibor Török – Zoltán László Szabó – Bahaa Asmi:
(Szent István University)
Environmental Firm strategy and management control system

9:45-10:00
Tibor Török – Andrea Vajda – Bahaa Asmi
(Szent István University)
Role of CMIM in integration of ASEAN Region

10:00-10:15
Tibor Török – Andrea Vajda – Sándor Zsarnóczai J.
(Szent István University)
Financial integration process in ASEAN Region at the beginning of XXI. Century

10:15-10:30
Tibor Török – Zoltán László Szabó – Bahaa Asmi:
(Szent István University)
Economic growth of ASEAN country group in Asia

10:30-10:45
Coffee break

10:45-11:00
József Tóth:
(King Sigismund Business School, OTP Bank)
Common Fund for European Bank Resolution

11:00-11:15
József Varga – Irén Wickert – Tibor Bareith:
(Kaposvár University)
The comparison of the Islamic and the traditional bank balance sheet on the basis of IFRS

11:15-11:30
Orsolya Falus:
(Pál Tomori College, Kaposvár University Institute of Islamic Research)
Collaborative finance in a Muslim way: WAQF

11:30-11:45
Judit Balázs – József Varga:
(University of West Hungary, Kaposvár University)
The role of the Islamic banking system in the world economy

Collaborative finance II.

(New Building, Hall 165.)
Chaired by: Sándor Bozsik

9:00-9:15
Ulpian Hoti:
("Aleksandër Moisiu" University)
The principles of efficiency and equity, important elements in financing public institutions issues

9:15-9:30
Tamás Kovács – Imre Varga:
(University of West Hungary)
Job creation and location of companies financed by state-owned and hybrid venture capital funds

9:30-9:45
Anita Ágoston – Irén Wickert:
(Kaposvár University)
The economic efficiency of higher education

9:45-10:00
Mónika Kuti – Zsolt Bedő:
(University of Pécs)
University-Based Crowd funding in Entrepreneurship Capacity Building

10:00-10:15
Andrzej Jędruchniewicz:
(Warsaw University of Life Sciences-SGGW)
Inflation as a factor in income distribution in Poland

10:15-10:30
Entela Velaj – Ilir Hoti:
("Aleksandër Moisiu" University)
Taxation system efficiency – theoretical perspective

10:30-10:45
Coffee break

10:45-11:00
Károly Szóka – Erzsébet Tóthné Szabó – Ferenc Róbert Vágyi:
(University of West Hungary)
Controlling possibilities for the SMEs

11:00-11:15
Kitti Kolber:
(Kaposvár University)
Alternative taxation methods of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)

11:15-11:30
Aldona Zawojska:
(Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW)
Peer to peer lending and trust among strangers in post-socialist countries: Evidence from Poland 

11:30-11:45
Jonada Mamo:
("Aleksandër Moisiu" University)
The Effects of Impairment of Assets in the Correction of Revenues. A Quality Asset and Better Liquidity Financial Ratios

11:45-12:00
Sándor Bozsik:
(University of Miskolc)
The size and explanation factors of the deleveraging of the Hungarian bank sector

Regional sustainability

(New Building, Hall 44.)
Chaired by: Zoltán Gál

9:00-9:15
Tomasz Siudek:
(Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW)
Sharing with the poor at the global level: The European Union perspective and experience

9:15-9:30
Thi Thu Thuy Nguyen:
(Kaposvár University)
Hunger eradication and poverty reduction - Finding an opportunity for sustainability in Vietnam

9:30-9:45
Llambi Prendi – Zoica Zharkalli:
("Aleksandër Moisiu" University)
Diplomatic relations and trade reorientation

9:45-10:00
Erisa Musabelli – Oliana Sula – Ervin Myftaraj:
("Aleksandër Moisiu" University)
International Trade, trade liberalization and its impact in Albanian economy

10:00-10:15
Tamás Nagy:
(University of West Hungary)   
The key to the sustainable operation of a company - the development of aspects of organizational culture

10:15-10:30
Zsolt Kőmüves – Csaba Borbély:
(Kaposvár University)
About the NHP program in another way

10:30-10:45
Coffee break

10:45-11:00
Edit Nagy – Erzsébet Szász:
(Partium Christian University)
Technical efficiency, operational performance examination in case of enterprises carrying out CSR activities in the hospitality industry in Bihor county (Transylvania)

11:00-11:15
Noor Mubarak  –  Y. M. Al-Ali  –  György Gonda  –  Mária Farkas Fekete  – Robert Magda:
(Szent István University)
Appearance of different dimensions of sustainable development in the Quatar, Polish and Hungarian national development strategies

11:15-11:30
András Bence Szerb:
(Kaposvár University)
The potential rural development effects of the thematic routes on the rural areas

11:30-11:45
Bernadett Horváthné Kovács:
(Kaposvar University)
Responsibility towards the environment – the attitude of tourism actors at Lake Balaton

11:45-12:00
Ghinea Valentina Mihaela:
(Bucharest University of Economic Studies)
Preserving or changing the organizational culture?

Best practices in the food industry

(New Building, Hall 43.)
Chaired by: Imre Fertő

9:00-9:15
Arnold Csonka:
(Kaposvár University)
Local strategies in food industry

9:15-9:30
Zainab Aina Usman:
(Szent Istvan University)
An Assessment of Farmers’ Participation in Non-Farm Activities among Rural Farm-households in Nigeria: An Implication for Food Security of Rural Households in Nigeria

9:30-9:45
Elzbieta Jadwiga Szymańska:
(Warsaw University of Life Sciences WULS – SGGW)
Regional Differentiation of Production of Live Pigs in the EU

9:45-10:00
Nikola M. Trendov – Lászlo Vasa – Fisnik Shaqiri:
(Kaposvár University)
Rural Development Policies Of The Republic Of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia- Pathway To EU Integration

10:00-10:15
Éva Takács:
(Kaposvár University)
Study about agricultural machinery used for sugar beet production in Hungary

10:15-10:30
Ferenc Csima:
(Kaposvár University)
Effects of transport distance, sugar content and non beet materials on the sustainability of the raw material logistic in the sugar sector

10:30-10:45
Coffee break

10:45-11:00
Csongor Harsányi – Csaba Borbély:
(Kaposvár University)
CSR activities in the bakery industry

11:00-11:15
Csongor Harsányi – Csaba Borbély:
(Kaposvár University)
CSR Approaches by different companies

11:15-11:30
Imre Fertő:
(Centre for Economics and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Kaposvár University, Corvinus University of Budapest)
Structural transformation in Central and Eastern European countries’ agriculture: convergence or divergence?

Collaborative consumption

(New Building, Hall 47.)
Chaired by: József Lehota

9:00-9:15
Mirko Tripunoski – Alexander Nikolovski – Maja Tripunoska:
(FON University)
Market segmentation when selecting target markets

9:15-9:30
Ervin Myftaraj – Azeta Tartaraj – Erisa Musabelliu:
(”Aleksandër Moisiu” University)
Identification of synergy between the relationship marketing and internet marketing. The case of the Albanian banking sector

9:30-9:45
Béla B. Muhi – Ervin Jenei:
(Educons University)
The importance and use of social marketing in the agriculture and food industry of Serbia

9:45-10:00
Kehinde Oluseyi Olagunju:
(Szent Istvan University)
Consumers' Perception and Willingness to Pay for Organic Leafy Vegetables in Ogun State, Nigeria

10:00-10:15
Veronika Bardóczky – Orsolya Szigeti – Árpád Bokor:
(Kaposvár University)
The opportunities of common marketing in the equine industry

10:15-10:30
Olta Nexhipi – Osman Metalla:
(”Aleksandër Moisiu” University)
Service failure and recovery strategies in the restaurant sector – the case of Albania

10:30-10:45
Coffee break

10:45-11:00
Oancea Olimpia – Elena Mihaela:
(University of Pitesti)
Integrated Marketing Communication: The Pathway to Generate the Consumers' Purchase Intention

11:00-11:15
Orsolya Szigeti – Katalin Szendrő – Nikoletta Böröndi-Fülöp – Dorisz Torma – Katalin Horváthné Szigedi – Viktória Szente:
(Kaposvár University)
Pork meat quality from the consumers’ perspective

Posters

(New Building, in front of Hall 164.)

Slobodan Rakić – Petar Mitić:
(Educons University)
International funding for soil remediation projects

Krisztina Szűcs – Barbara Nagy – Benita Kiss:
(University Pannonia)
Introduction to the basic pillars of Bionomy I. – Cooperation

Szilárd Berke:
(Kaposvár University)
Direct Selling in Hungary: Promoted Nutrient-rich or Medicinally Active Products and Promoted Nutraceuticals

Katalin Tóth:
(Kaposvár University)
Invest or not to invest? – Solar panels in agriculture

Diána Koponicsné Györke – Veronika Gál:
(Kaposvár University)
The characteristics of the settlement tax’s introduction in Hungary