Journal of Comparative International Management

This journal offers articles and research in the fields of comparative, international management.

Articles from Vol. 8, No. 2, December

Evaluating Lateral Transshipment Policy in a Two-Echelon Inventory System
Emergency shipments from higher and/or same echelon levels are one of the popular tools to handle the stock-out position at some warehouse. Our paper deals with a lateral stock transshipment model involving one plant and two warehouses, lateral transshipment...
Management Control Systems in Subsidiaries of Multinationals in the Emerging Market of Central Eastern Europe
Using transaction cost theory and the theory of multinational enterprise, this study examines the extent of the degree to which management of multinational companies can control over its subsidiaries' configuration and coordination abilities. Empirical...
Management Paradigms for an Evolving Future: Towards Prosperity in the E-Economy *
"A cloud masses, the sky darkens, leaves twist upward, and we know that it will rain. We also know that after the storm, the runoff will feed into groundwater miles away, and the sky will grow clear by tomorrow. All these events are distant in time...
Retaining Core Staff: The Impact of Human Resource Practices on Organisational Commitment
As organisations battle to get the most from their existing people in an environment characterised by skill shortages, the role of human resource practices in fostering employee engagement and commitment is paramount. This paper reports the findings...
Software Piracy and Ethical Decision Making Behavior of Chinese Consumers
China has one of the highest software piracy rate in the world. It is important to understand consumers' ethical response to software piracy in the Chinese markets and design effective preventive strategies. This paper proposes a conceptual framework...