National University of Public Service
Office: Budapest, Ludovika tér 2
Telephone: +36-30-600-7314

Curriculum Vitae

Most important publications

  • Alexander Balthasar, Blaž Golob, Hendrik Hansen, Robert Müller-Török, András Nemeslaki, Johannes Pichler, Alexander Prosser (editor.) Central and Eastern European e|Dem and e|Gov Days 2016: Multi-Level (e)Governance: Is ICT a means to enhance transparency and democracy? Konferencia helye, ideje: Budapest, Magyarország, 2016.05.12-2016.05.13.Wien: Austrian Computer Society, 2016. 607 p.
  • Nemeslaki András: ICT-Based Value Creation in Business and Public Administration: Review and Research Propositions: Chapter 9. In: Gyula Vastag (editor) Research in the Decision Sciences for Global Business: Best Papers from the 2013 Annual Conference of the European Decision Sciences Institute. 364 p. New Jersey: Pearson Education Limited, 2015. pp. 109-122
  • Sasvári Péter, Nemeslaki András, Wolf Rauch: Old Monarchy in the New Cyberspace: Empirical Examination of Information Security Awareness among Austrian and Hungarian Enterprises ACADEMIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH IN PUBLIC MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 14:(1) pp. 63-78. (2015
  • Aranyossy Márta, Nemeslaki András, Fekó Adrienn: Empirical Analyis of Public ICT Development Project Objectives in Hungary INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED COMPUTER SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS 5:(12) pp. 45-54. (2014)
  • Nemeslaki Andras, Pocsarovszky Károly (2012): Supporting e-business research with web crawler methodology, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY 34:(1) pp. 13-28. (2012)
  • Nemeslaki András, Pocsarovszky Károly (2011): Web Crawler Research Methodology. 22nd European Regional ITS Conference. 2011. September 18-21, Budapest.
  • Bielli, Paola, Nemeslaki András (2009): Reinventing Organizations with Information and Communication Technologies. In: Zsolnai, L.; Tencati, A.(szerk): The Future International Manager : A Vision of the Roles and Duties of Management. Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills [etc.]. p. 94-115. o.
  • Kerekes Sándor, Nemeslaki András (2009): Education 2.0: Exploring the challanges of Corvinus University in the long tail economy of global higher education. Society and Economy 1., p. 125-146..
  • Sziva Ivett, Nemeslaki A. (2008): Key Factors to Create a Successful Destination Management in Regions Based on Information Technologies (Example of Hungary). Ekonomická revue cestovného ruchu (Economic Review of Tourism) 4., p. 232-247.

Research expertise


National Development Agency of Hungary

Research Unit Leader

Innovation, networking and ICT – ICT role in innovation networks and ecosystems

Subproject involving Sociology, Economics and Information System experts in the framework of the project titled: “Increasing the research and innovation potential of Corvinus University of Budapest by creating 5 interdisciplinary excellence centers (TÁMOP 4.2.1.B-09/1/KMR-2010-0005)”


European Commission,

Directorate General for Education and Culture

From 03-2010

to 01-2011

10 Months

Senior Researcher

N° EAC/47/2009 “Feasibility study to examine the potential need for a student lending facility at European level”, Joint research project leaded by LSE and PPMI


The overall policy objective is “to make lifelong learning and mobility a reality, by reducing financial barriers”. This Study investigates options for the feasibility of establishing a pan-EU student lending scheme in support of learning mobility, building upon earlier research in this area. Specific objectives of the research are (1) to undertake a review of existing student financial support; then (2) to evaluate where Community added value may exist in developing a lending facility to complement national/regional schemes in support of mobility. (3) Where added value is demonstrated, to investigate the feasibility for the establishment of a student lending facility at EU/EEA level.



National Development Agency of Hungary

Research Leader

Strengthening the international competitiveness of Corvinus University of Budapest (TÁMOP-4.2.3-08/1/KMR-2009-004)

Conceptually leading and coordinating the international and academic research dissemination strategy of CUB through 10 sub-projects involving 6 Faculties and the International Office.

2003 – present

CEMS Faculty Group

Co-Director of the Faculty Group of ICT and Enterprise Networking in CEMS

The Faculty Group is involved in research and program development in the CEMS MIM program. Members come from several CEMS universities. Apart from teaching the research is mainly focused on Ph.D. Workshops for young faculty in the area of networking and communication technologies. Ph.D. Workshops have been organized in the following places:

  • 2006 Budapest, Corvinus
  • 2007 Dublin, University College Dublin
  • 2008 Leiden, University of Leiden
  • 2009 Helsinki, Helsinki School of Economics


  • 2014 -Best Paper Award, 22nd NISPACee Annual Conference – Working Group on e-Government
  • 2013 –  Best Paper Award, 4th Conference of the European Decision Sciences Institute (EDSI) June 16-19. Budapest


2003-2010 Regular Teaching in CEMS MIM Block Seminars at the following CEMS partner universities

Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw;  Universitat zu Köln, Cologne; University College Dublin, Dublin; WU Wien, Vienna; Bocconi University, Milano.

2002, 2004


Visiting Professor at the Kiev Mohila Business School, Kiev

Teaching two courses in Management Information Systems for Ukrainien MBA students



Visiting Professor at the University of Delaware, Lerner School of Business, Delaware, US.

Teaching a Project Management Course for MBA students.

1997, 1998

Case Western Reserve University

Visiting Professor at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, US.

Teaching two MBA courses in Management Information Systems for 120 students

Delivering a Project Management Workshop for the Dively Executive Center.


Czech Management Center

Visiting Professor at the Czech Management Center, Prague

Teaching a Management Information System course for the Coca Cola Amatil Corporate MBA Program

Professional leadership

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