Name: Dr. Melinda KOCZOR-KEUL

Title: Senior Lecturer

Department: Department of Business Economics


  • Business Economics
    Taxation and Society Insurance Knowledge
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Economics and Business Economics
  • Management Economics
  • Basics of accounting

Year of birth: 1978


  • University of Transylvania, Brasov, Faculty of Economics, Department of Financial Accounting 2002
  • Master’s Degree, Transilvania University of Brașov, Faculty of Economics, Finance and Accounting Strategies 2005
  • PhD, Doctoral School of Management and Organizational Sciences, University of Pannonia 2018

Academic degree: PhD

Language Skills:

  • English
  • Romanian

Fields of Research:

  • The impact of social aging on the sustainability of the Hungarian health care system
  • Development of publicly funded in – kind health expenditure of the elderly population in the last months of life


  • “The Making of Fiscal Policy in the New EU Post-Communist Countries”, Ekonomiaz – Revista Vasca de Economia (Basque Economics Journal), No. 69 – 3er 2008, Servicio Central de Publicaciones del Gobierno Vasco, Vitoria-Gasteiz, 2009, Nr. 69, 3. cuatrimestre, ISSN 0213-3865
  • “Post communist new EU members’ fiscal policies as a challenge for the old member states”, XXIII microCAD 2009 – International Scientific Conference, Innovation and Technology Transfer Centre, University of Miskolc
  • “The stakeholders’ influence on the corporate actions – a standpoint”, International Economic Conference, IECS 2009, Sibiu, 7-8 may, 2009, Ed. ULSB, ISBN: 978-973-739-775-1, Section I, Industrial Revolutions: Globalization, Post – Globalization, Parallel session 1.4, page 14 in the Conference Program
  • “An analysis of the Romanian good governance indicators and their influence on the economy competitiveness”, JEL classification: O38, H11, Volume I. International Business and European Integration, Journal of the University of Oradea, page 158, TOM XVIII 2009, ISSN – 1582 – 5450
  • “Risk and profitability as capital structure determinants”, JEL Classification: G32, Journal of the University of Oradea, VOLUME III Finances, Banks and Accountacy, page 23, TOM XVIII 2009, ISSN – 1582 – 545
  • “The imperative of enterprise risk management in the value-creating process”, Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Braşov, Vol. 2 (51) – 2009, Series V: Economic Sciences
  • “The imperative of e-government across Europe”, International Conference on Economic Integration, Competition and Globalization – Jean Monnet Chair Action, University Transilvania of Brasov, Infomarket Publishing House, June, 2007, ISBN 978-973-8204-94-2
  • “Some unsolved problems in modern finance”, XIV Congress of International Association for Fuzzy-Set Management and Economy – Computational Intelligence Applied to New Digital Economy and Business Ecosystems, November, 2007


Project Experience:

  • Mentoring, EFOP 3.4.3 Chief mentor for the Tourism and Hospitality student
  • Education innovation, EFOP 3.4.3 Section leader
  • Exploring tourist features at the Lake Balaton, EFOP 3.6.2. Concentrating on hotel data
  • Let’s Learn how to Learn (LELLE) Erasmus + project, improving lectures, making them more student friendly and experience based
  • Analysing and improving the image of Zalaegerszeg (town on the western part of Hungary)
  • Religious tourism development project called RECULTIVATUR ( co-funded by the European Union
  • The effects of climate change to tourism TÁMOP 2.2.2.A-1 (Operative Programs for Social Renewal) projects are financed by the [Hungarian] National Development Agency
  • Subject material development TÁMOP 4.1.2-08/1/A/2009-0051 (Operative Programs for Social Renewal) projects are financed by the [Hungarian] National Development Agency
  • Hungarian Youth Tourism Development Strategy, Önkormányzati Minisztérium Turisztikai Szakállamtitkársága (State Department of Local Government), 2009-2010
  • Study of the Local people’s attitude at the Preliminary World Heritage Site of Balaton concerning World Heritage, Balaton Világörökségéért Alapítvány (Balaton for World Heritage Foundation), 2009

Phone: (88) 624-934

Room: A/105


Office hours:

Monday 15:00-16:00  (pre-negotiation by e-mail required)