Video: EU-CAB students talk about the project

Please watch this interesting and beautiful video where two of your Finnish students - Eero and Eveliina - talk about the EU-CAB project. Both are participants right from the start and have won deep knowledge and experience with the goals, the scientific approach and, above all, the Europe-unifying effects of the project.

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May 2021: EU-CAB at conference in Szeged/Hungary

Our Hungarian team members Eva Keresztes and Katalin Kollath from BBS Budapest presented our project at the conference "The European Union’s contention in the reshaping global economy", taking place 20-21 May 2021 in Szeged/Hungary. The audience especially liked its unifying approach and “well-grounded theory”. Here's the link to the conference

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“Zoom Fatigue”

By Péter Bajomi-Lázár, Budapest Business School. During the COVID-19 Pandemic, many of us have experienced the booming of video conference calls on Zoom, Skype, and a number of other digital platforms. Unlike during the Spanish flu a hundred years ago, technology has this time helped many to keep their jobs. But ‘Zooming’ has a variety of negative effects as well – warn us now the experts of the Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab. The reasons why the excessive use of video platforms may cause the so-called ‘Zoom fatigue’ include too intense close eye contact (which causes social anxiety), seeing yourself permanently, as if in a mirror (which may turn you too critical of yourself), the limitation of our movements (being forced to stay put for endless hours), and exaggerated verbal and non-verbal communication (basically meaning that you cannot rely on your usual body language, and need to make up for it either verbally or using exaggerated mimes and gestures). To these, one can add a few more. I was born in the late 1960s and have recently hit…

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