Journal for East European Management Studies

Published at Chemnitz University in Germany and designed to promote a dialogue between East and West over issues emerging from management practice, theory, and related research in the transforming societies of Central and Eastern Europe.

Articles from Vol. 10, No. 4, 2005

Assessing the Rationale in Strategic Alliances - Gazprom's Expansion into the Finnish Natural Gas Market*
The paper presents a hybrid model for the consideration of organisational governance forms in industrial relationships, which is then utilised in the analysis of a specific case concerning Russian Gazprom's operations in Finland as the sole supplier...
Editorial
Dear Reader,the following issue of JEEMS is about East-West cooperation in its various forms. The paper of Peeler Vahtra and Harri Lorentz offers a perspective of East-West coopration with an increasing importance, the operation of CEE organizations...
From West-East Knowledge Transfer to Effective Working Relationships: Lessons from Commercial Capital S.A.*
In the process of investing and managing in former Soviet-bloc transition countries, Westerners are exposed to important gaps that must be bridged. Over the last fifteen years and partly through trial and error, CC has developed a comprehensive approach...
In Memoriam Peter F. Drucker (1909-2005)
Peter F. Drucker, who was often called the world's most influential business scholar and whose thinking transformed corporate management in the latter half of the 20th century, died November 11th at his home in Claremont, California. His work influenced...
News / Information
Report of 3rd Workshop on International Strategy and Cross Cultural ManagementFrom 29-30th September 2005, the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) held its "3rd Workshop on International Strategy and Cross Cultural Management"...
Reorganising Friesland Hungaria - A Case Study*
This teaching case study focuses on the shifting of company strategy from the national to the CEE-regional level. Friesland, a Dutch-owned dairy company in Hungary, was extremely successful in the national context since 1993, but the 2004-enlargement...
The New Russian Business Leaders
Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries / Staniskav Shekshnia, S. Konstantin Korotov / Elizabeth Florent-Treacy / Edward Elgar ( 2004); The New Russian Business LeadersAnarchist around. Considerations on the bookIn the past few years the global business has seen...