Academic journal article Journal of East European Management Studies

The Transformation of Economies and Societies in Central and Eastern Europe – How Has It Contributed to Management and Organization Science?

Academic journal article Journal of East European Management Studies

The Transformation of Economies and Societies in Central and Eastern Europe – How Has It Contributed to Management and Organization Science?

Article excerpt

More than one generation has gone by since the fall of the Berlin wall and the events of autumn/winter 1989. Some drastic changes and developments have taken place in economy and society of the Central and East European countries (CEE).

This context has also provided fertile ground for a multitude of analyses in organization and management studies. Consequently, a large number of scholars both from Western as well as from CEE countries have explored the field. Almost 30 years later it seems to be appropriate to draw a (critical) balance.

At the EGOS Colloquium in Tallinn, July 5-7, 2018, we organized a panel that aimed to bring together scholars and experts on CEE management from different regions and with different biographical backgrounds. Ilona Bučiūnienė (ISM University of Management and Economics, Lithuania), Maaja Vadi (University of Tartu, Estonia), and Irma Rybnikova (Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences, Germany) controversially discussed several challenging issues in this context, namely

* What have we learned about transformation processes in organizations and management based on explorations and experiences in CEE? …

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