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:
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)
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.
Ms. Nataliia Bogachova, a member of Association of European Journalists, published an interview with Tanu Muino, a well-known music video director, who has become an international phenomenon creating music videos for global music stars. Born in Odesa, Ukraine, Ms. Muino has received an MTV Video Music Award and was nominated for Grammy while working with… Read more >
Is the ultimate purpose of the business to maximize profits for its shareholders or to create and share values with its stakeholders? Well, the EU law and policies followed the drive of the UN with SDGs and, under the auspices of the modern concept of sustainability, expects businesses to engage with CSR and even move… Read more >
This study coauthored by V. Kotrba examines the validity of the HLTV esports ranking system used for ranking teams in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO). Results indicate that the HLTV ranking system effectively predicts CS:GO match outcomes, showing a reasonable level of explanatory power. Notably, as CS:GO rankings decrease, the study reveals a diminishing difference in… Read more >
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