Viktoria Dalko, Ph.D.
Professor, Hult International Business School
Founder and President of the Research
Institute of Comprehensive Economics
Teaching Faculty at Harvard University
Viktoria Dalko is a qualified, internationally-recognized financial expert, providing consulting and executive training on risk management, business valuation, corporate strategy, corporate finance, and financial market strategies, especially as related to mergers and acquisitions and financial market dominance, to corporations and governments on five continents.
Graduate students at Harvard, Hult, and CUNY gave her the highest possible evaluation scores. Dalko was elected by the students to be Professor of the Year at Hult several times and became the Joanne Fussa Distinguished Teacher at Harvard. Dalko taught at CUHK, HKUST, Corvinus, Thunderbird. Dalko was invited to conduct director and executive education in the Asia Pacific, MENA, and the US. She was Chief of Staff in the Hungarian Parliament. Later, she served as advisor to the president of the National Bank of Hungary and was chief of staff for the Hungarian Parliaments Committee of Budget, Tax, and Finances. She served as the dean and finance discipline lead at Hult. Dalko received her PhD and MA from the University of Pennsylvania.
In Nobel Laureate, Professor Lawrence Klein, and Dalko’s book, Regulating Competition in Stock Markets (Wiley, 2012), they identified several mechanisms of how systemic risk emerges from particular trading strategies. Their research aims to help to understand, predict, and even prevent systemic collapse in financial markets. Their work provides risk governance policy recommendations for key decision makers.
Dalko does management consulting and provides Masterclasses for executives – among other places, in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Saigon, Singapore, Lagos, Dubai, Monterrey, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Taipei, Boston, New York, Amsterdam, and Budapest.
Dalko regularly presents at international academic conferences as keynote speaker, chair, discussant and presenter, and contribute as editor to academic journals.
Dalko’s specialties include higher education, mergers and acquisitions; business valuation; corporate finance; international equity markets; private equity. Consulting, coaching, board, and executive training.
About Hult International Business School
Hult is more than a business school. It’s a global network that educates, inspires, and connects some of the most forward-thinking business talents from around the world.
They are a new kind of business school for the global generation. With a range of innovative, business-focused programs, Hult offers undergraduate, Masters, MBA, Executive MBA, and executive development programs.
They are the first business school to completely redesign their curriculum based on what employers want from graduates with their One-Year MBA winning the Association of MBAs’ 2014 MBA Innovation Award.
Their students can live and learn at a choice of their six global campus locations in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, and New York. With 19,000+ alumni across the world, a student body of more than 150 nationalities, faculty that combine practical industry experience and global expertise, and expert Career Development teams that know the international job market inside-out - they are a highly-ranked business school defining global education.
Hult puts theories into practice wherein they will give students the opportunity to solve a real company’s current business problem through their intense seven-month Hult Business Challenge. Choose either the Corporate Track, where you’ll solve a corporation’s real business problem, or the Entrepreneurial Track, where you’ll develop a startup idea of your own. In addition, throughout the year they leverage complex computer-based simulations to provide students with realistic business environments to put theories across marketing, finance, and operations into action.