Klaudia Rádóczy

Klaudia Rádóczy

Assistant Lecturer , Research Assistant
radoczy.klaudia [at] ktk.pte.hu
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Klaudia Rádóczy graduated at the University of Pécs, Faculty of Business and Economics. She finished her BA degree in Applied Economics, and in the same time, she worked as a trainee at E.ON Economic Services Ltd. After she acquired her BA diploma, she spent 2 years in the business sector, where she held a position as chief financial officer at iStream.hu Ltd. Besides this position, she began her MA studies at the University of Pécs. She started the MA in Economic Analysis jointly with MA in Finance. These two master programmes established her analytical skills in the field of financial economics. Currently, she attends to the Doctoral School of Business Administration at the University of Pécs. She teaches finance, corporate finance and financial market courses at the Department of Finance and Accounting, where she can also benefit from her experiences in financial economics. Her fields of research involve capital markets, asset pricing and systematic risk assessment. In the academic year 2017/2018, she received a PhD scholarship as a participant of the New National Excellence Program of the Ministry of Human Resources for the research of systematic risk on the Hungarian capital market


Rádóczy, Klaudia
Are Hungarian blue chip shares optimal investments? - Systematic risk analysis on the Hungarian capital market (2018)
VII. Interdisciplinary Doctoral Conference at the University of Pécs, 17-19th of May 2018,

Rádóczy, Klaudia
A Fama-French faktorok relevanciája a magyar tőkepiacon (2018)
VI. MKE-PTE Nyári Műhelykonferencia, Pécs 2018. május 25-26.,

Ulbert, József ; Csapi, Vivien ; Kuti, Mónika ; Mohácsi, Bernadett ; Nagy, Bálint Zsolt ; Pintér, Éva ; Posza, Alexandra ; Rádóczy, Klaudia ; Ulbert, József (szerk.)
Vállalati pénzügyek: Kézikönyv
Pécs, Magyarország : Pécsi Tudományegyetem Közgazdaságtudományi Kar (PTE KTK) (2018) , 391 p.

List of publications

Curriculum Vitae (184.57 KB)