Designed to be readily accessible for students and practitioners alike, this book provides a useful insight for students and allows for comparison and contrast - crucial aspects of many management courses. Providing an overall examination of management in Central and Eastern Europe, it begins with an analysis of the legacy of communism, identifying the key structural features of the communist system of management and their influence on the attitudes and behaviour of managers. Using the authors' first hand knowledge and experience, it then goes on to provide an analysis of management in the countries of the region, considering the style of management in each country in the light of the national culture and developments since the collapse of communism. With authors known for their ability to communicate effectively to a student audience, this text will be invaluable for students from undergraduate to MBA level.
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Author Biography - Vincent Edwards
VINCENT EDWARDS is Professor of Eastern European Management and Culture at Buckinghamshire Business School. He is the author of several other publications including Hungary Since Communism: the Transformation of Business (Macmillan, 1997) and The Russian Province After Communism: Enterprise, Continuity and Change (Macmillan 1999). PETER LAWRENCE is Professor of International Management at Loughborough University Business School and is the author of many other management books including Issues in European Business (Macmillan, 1998).