The Journal of East European Management Studies aims to promote dialogue and cooperation among scholars seeking to examine,explore and explain the behaviour and practices of management within the transforming societies of Central and Eastern Europe.
The theoretical interests of the journal are
organisational and management change,
Central and East European societies (including those on the fringes of Europe) undergoing processes of transition or transformation, and
scientific issues of business, management and organisation that arise in such contexts.
The JEEMS aims to attract social scientific contributions from scholars of any nation and region, but particularly wishes to encourageauthors from those countries directly experiencing transformational change. Its potential readership is international, comprising academicsand practitioners with an involvement or interest in the management of change in transforming societies in Central and Eastern Europe.
- page I–IV Titelei/Inhaltsverzeichnis
- page 5–5 Editorial Vincent Edwards
- page 6–56 Articles
- page 6–26 Intertwining organisational learning and institutional settings: Evidence from organisational case studies in East German context Mike Geppert
- page 27–45 The impact of ISO 9001 certification process on Slovenian companies Marjan Pivka, Dusko Ursic
- page 46–46 James G. March was awarded the title of „Honorary Member” by the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) in 2000. Parts of the laudatio speech in Helsinki Karoly Balaton
- page 47–54 Interview with James G. March Miklos Dobak, Karoly Balaton
- page 55–56 In memoriam Herbert Simon (1916-2001)
- page 57–89 Forum
- page 90–97 Book Reviews
- page 90–91 Marie Lavigne, The economics of transition. From Socialist economy to market economy, Palgrave, 1999, 328 pages, Second Edition Jens Hölscher, Babak Sodagar
- page 91–94 Zloch-Christy,Iliana (ed.), Eastern Europe and the World Economy: Challenges of Transition and Globalization, Northampton: Edward Elgar, 1989, 291 pages Heiko Schrader
- page 94–97 Schreyögg Georg (Hrsg.), Wissen in Unternehmen – Konzepte, Maßnahmen, Methoden, Berlin, Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2001, ISBN 3 503 05952 0 Ronald Hartz
- page 98–104 News / Information
- page 105–108 Kolumne
- page 109–112 JEEMS - Guideline for Authors