Mongolian management: local practitioners’ perspectives in the face of political, economic and socio-cultural changes

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Manalsuren, S, Michalski, M and Sliwa, M (2018). Mongolian management: local practitioners’ perspectives in the face of political, economic and socio-cultural changes. in: Wood, G and Demirbag, M (ed.) Comparative Capitalism and Transitional Periphery: Firm Centred Perspectives London Edward Elgar. pp. 58-94
AuthorsManalsuren, S, Michalski, M and Sliwa, M
EditorsWood, G and Demirbag, M
Abstract

With a growing body of literature dealing with business and management issues in the transitional economies of Central and Eastern Europe, the study of the ‘transitional periphery’, or post-Soviet economies, is sparse. A combination of rich natural resources and strategic locations make these economies of significant importance. This book provides fresh and recent research on both firms and the business environment in this region. It serves as a key reference work for those interested in comparative capitalism, business and society in the post state socialist world.

Keywordstransitional periphery; Mongolian management
Page range58-94
Year2018
Book titleComparative Capitalism and Transitional Periphery: Firm Centred Perspectives
PublisherEdward Elgar
Place of publicationLondon
SeriesNew Horizons in International Business
ISBN978 1 78643 088 5
Publication dates
Print26 Oct 2018
Publication process dates
Deposited14 Nov 2018
Accepted01 Jan 2018
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