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Economics educator

Magdolna Anna Csath, Hungarian economics educator. Recipient winner of Competition of Young Economist, 1969, Excellent Performance award International Education Center, 1973, Excellent in Teaching award Hungarian Ministry of Education, 1980.


Csath, Magdolna Anna was born on December 15, 1943 in Ujpest, Pest, Hungary. Daughter of Rezsö and Margit (Kiss) Csath.


Master of Science, University of Economics, Budapest, Hungary, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, University of Economics, Budapest, Hungary, 1974. Doctor, Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, 1992.

Student, London Business School, 1973.


Professor Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blackburg, 1987-1990. L.J. Buchan distinguished professor Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, 1990-1991. Professor, chair international business, director European Development Institute Stirling (Scotland) University, 1991-1992.

Professor, director Institute Manitoba Development University Sorpon, Hungary, 1992-1993. Senior advisor Ministry of Industry & Trade, Budapest, 1993-1994. Professor University Gödöllö, since 1994.

Consultant in field; teacher International Studies Center Budapest University Economic Sciences, since 1994.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Strategis Planning Theory and Practice, 1984 (Best Management Book of the Year 1984), Strategic Alliances, 1992. (with others) Strategic Thinking and The Management of Change, 1993. Executive director Journal Strategic Change, since 1991.


Advisor Christian Democratic Party, Hungary, 1995. Member Hungarian Society Economists (vice president business decisions group since 1995), European Council Small Business (vice president 1995), Complexity and Management Network, Academy Management, World Future Society.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: literature, music, theater, fitness.


Married Jòzsef János Békefi. 1 child, Hilka.

Rezsö Csath

Margit (Kiss) Csath

Jòzsef János Békefi

Hilka Csath