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. 12, No. 3, 2007

Corporate Real Estate Management during the Transition in Russia*
The article reviews corporate real estate management problems during the transitional period of the Russian society between 1991 and the present time. There are interconnected processes of forming and developing the market legislative base for a real...
Has the Transformation Process Come to an End?
Dear Reader,No, it has not! This could be the simple answer directly derived from the three articles of this new JEEMS issue. Although the everyday life in most transformation countries of Central and Eastern Europe often seems to have become common...
Management Culture in Romania: Patterns of Change and Resistance*
This study examines how far restructuring has involved a change in leadership style and the development of new philosophies and approaches which derive from the Anglo-American model of 'people management'. During the Communist period, Romania experienced...
Managing Networks in Transition Economies
Martin Johanson: Managing Networks in Transition Economies, Amsterdam et al.: Eisevier 2004Transition from a management perspective - the focus of this book is the question of stability and change in a transition economy, analyzed with the case study...
The Role of Environmental Management Systems in Hungary - Theoretical and Empirical Insights*
Environmental and social aspects, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Environmental Management Systems (EMS) play an increasingly important role in Western societies. Their role in the Hungarian business sphere has been growing continuously since...