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Leonardo da Vinci Reference Material Project

International comparative studies and course development on SMEs

Hivatkozási szám: 2003-3448/001-001-LE2-51OREF

 

Partnership

Partner 2

EHSAL - Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel

(Economische Hoogeschool Sint-Aloysius)

Brussels

Belgium

 

 

Partner 3

University of Technology, Business and Design

(Fachhochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Gestaltung)

Wismar

Germany

 

Partner 4

UNED - Spanish National Distance University

Madrid

Spain

 

Partner 5

Université Paris Ouest – Défense

(Centre d'Education Permanente Université Paris X-Nanterre)

Paris

France

 

Partner 6

University of Bedfordshire

(University of Luton)

Luton

United Kingdom

 

Partner 7

Institute of Sociology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Budapest

Hungary

 

Partner 8

The Confederation of the Hungarian Employers and Industrialists

Budapest

Hungary

 

Partner 9

Institute of Labour and Social Studies

Warsaw

Poland

 

Partner 10

Institute for Sociology, Slovak Academy of Sciences

Bratislava

Slovakia

 

 

Introduction

The Budapest Business School is a leading institution in the field of initial and continuing education of entrepreneurship. BBS delivers joint diploma giving courses with several EU higher education institution for adult entrepreneurs.

 

BBS has also a group of young research men working in the field of the SMEs in co-operation with outstanding SME experts of the Institute of Sociology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

 

With this structural background BBS initiated the above mentioned Leonardo project in the special strand: “European Reference Material” with the main objectives:

  • To produce a deep comparative study on the SME systems of eight European countries.
  • To produce eLearning curricula on the national analyses as well as on the international comparative study.
  • To make these curricula available for a large European SME target group
  • To facilitate the cross country mobility of European SMEs.

 

The project implementation started in October 2003 with a strong research period led by the Scientific Coordinator of the project, the already mentioned Institute of Sociology. The general management was assured by the BBS:

Mr. József Dr. ROÓZ, rector, legal representative of the Contracting Institution

Mrs. Éva Dr. SÁNDOR-KRISZT, vice rector, project supervisor

Mr. Péter Dr. SOLTÉSZ, author and manager of the project

Mr. László VARGA, project manager, assistant

Mrs. Andrea SZIRMAI-MADARASI, financial manager

 

The scientific co-ordination of the project was assured by the Institute of Sociology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences:

Mr. Csaba Prof. Dr. MAKÓ, scientific co-ordinator

Mr. Péter CSIZMADIA, researcher, assistant of the scientific co-ordinator

Mr. Miklós ILLÉSSY, researcher

Mr. Péter TAMÁSI, researcher

 

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