Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER)

School of Business Research Center

Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) focuses its research on a plethora of business-related issues in order to better understand key features, characteristics and workings of business administration. The main research concentrations are economics, management, marketing, information technology, and law.

Specific focus areas of research interest include:

  • Labor market, public sector, institutions, international trade
  • Human resources, motivation, sport, risk, innovation
  • Consumer behavior, neuroscience, sport
  • Neutral networks, wireless networks, beamforming
  • Business regulations, IFRS, international regulations

Research projects

The Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) manages a diverse range of research projects, on various important issues. Our initiatives, conducted in collaboration with international partners, showcase UNYP’s commitment to impactful contributions across academia, industry, and society.

The EASE project:

Project Name: Empowering Adult Survivors of domestic violence through Entrepreneurship (EASE) 

Duration: 2022-2024 

Funding Agency: Erasmus+ 

Status: In Implementation 

Brief Description: The EASE project aims to empower survivors of domestic violence through entrepreneurship. For this purpose, EASE seeks to co-create a training programme specifically designed to facilitate the adoption of an entrepreneurial identity after surviving domestic violence, that can be replicated across Europe. 


People affiliated with this center

Research lead

Ondřej Dvouletý
doc. VŠE, Czech Republic Ing. VŠE, Czech Republic Ph.D. VŠE, Czech Republic MSc. Linnaeus University, Sweden

Ondřej Dvouletý has obtained a master’s degree in economic policy at the Prague University of Economics and Business (Ing.) and a master’s degree in entrepreneurship at Linnaeus University in Sweden (MSc.). In 2017, he completed his doctoral studies (Ph.D.) at the Department of Entrepreneurship, Prague University of Economics and Business. In 2020, he successfully defended his habilitation thesis entitled Economic Effects of Entrepreneurship Support in the Czech Republic in front of the Scientific Council of the Faculty of Business Administration, Prague University of Economics and Business, and based on this, he was appointed Associate Professor for the field of Business Economics and Management. (…)


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