Description - Critical Management Research in Eastern Europe by Mihaela Kelemen
The process of transition in Eastern European countries is one in which ideas of the past and present, both local and Western, meet and conflict. Presenting a wealth of new ethnographic and interview-based research, Critical Management Research in Eastern Europe argues that the reform process in Central and Eastern Europe has been dominated by the traditional 'Western' view of management practice. However, this approach overlooks the fact that certain managerial and organizational practices developed in Central and Eastern Europe may still be appropriate and indeed effective within this particular setting. The book brings together authors from both East and West Europe to evaluate how the two systems can best be harmonized, which is particularly important in the context of EU enlargement.
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Author Biography - Mihaela Kelemen
IIRIS AALTIO-MARJOSOLA Professor of Management, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland ELIZABETH C. DUNN Assistant Professor of Geography and International Affairs, University of Colorado, Boulder BRUNO GRANCELLI Associate Professor of Political Sociology, University of Trento HERBERT KALTHOFF Researcher, Frankfurt Institute for Transformation Studies, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt JERZY KOCIATKIEWICZ Graduate School for Social Research, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences MARI KOOSKORA Editor-in-Chief of Estonian Business School Review and Head of Business Ethics Working Group KARIN SVEDBERG NILSSON Researcher, Economic Research Institute, Stockholm School of Economics ANETA PAVLENKO Assistant Professor, College of Education, Temple University, Philadelphia HENRIETT PRIMECZ Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration ANNA SOULSBY Senior Lecturer in Organizational Behaviour, Nottingham University Business School LEMBIT TURNPUU Professor Emeritus, Estonian Business School, and Tallin Pedagogical University