2009

Co-innovation: what are the success factors?

by Harry Bremmersa & Anna Sabidussi The problem we address in this paper is that in projects focusing on public-private cooperation to stimulate innovation in the Netherlands, initiatives often lack continuation after the study-phase. We extracted possible influencing variables from business and (transaction) cost economic theorizing, stakeholder and capability theory. Moreover,…

Analysis of consumer habits and attitudes on the Hungarian beef and rabbit market

by Szakály Zoltán – Szigeti Orsolya – Szente Viktória As a consortium partner the authors took part in a research project aiming at the development of high added value, healthy and environment friendly animal products. From among the products developed by the consortium (rabbit meat, omega3-fatty acid enriched beef, goose liver…

USING DEA TO EVALUATE EFFICIENCY OF HIGHER EDUCATION

by Réka Tóth The aim of the higher education reform process both in Hungary and in the European countries is establishing a competitive, qualitative higher education with efficiently operating institutions. The question of efficiency needs increased attention not only because of the decline of the state support but also the rapid…