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 Kari Liuhto
- page 6–110 Articles
- page 6–25 Outward foreign Direct Investment from Economies in Transition in a global context Kálmán Kalotay
- page 26–45 Russian Corporations and Banks abroad Kari Liuhto, Jari Jumpponen
- page 46–66 Internationalisation of Russia’s Gazprom Andreas Heinrich
- page 67–83 The outward Direct Investment from CEECs: Can their Firms compete in the Global Market Andreja Jaklič, Marjan Svetličič
- page 84–95 The outward foreign Direct Investment from the Baltic States Kaarel Kilvits, Alari Purju
- page 96–110 Internationalisation of Estonian Banking Urmas Varblane, Mart Sõrg
- page 111–112 Book Reviews
- page 113–116 News / Information
- page 117–120 Guideline for Authors