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The Baltic region has experienced rapid political and economic change over recent years. The challenges to managers and management researchers operating within the area are often different to those experienced in other parts of the world. The Baltic Journal of Management contributes to an understanding of different management cultures and provides readers with a fresh look at emerging management practices and research in the countries of the Baltic region and beyond.
BJM is the only journal that actively encourages dialogue between Baltic management researchers and supports research from the region. The journal seeks to highlight the best practice and research of developed and rapidly growing countries in the Baltic region. It contributes to the development of solutions for contemporary management challenges.
In recent years there has been a rapid growth in the economies of the Baltic countries. As a result, researchers have identified a need to take a more targeted and intensive management development focus and establish a virtual bridge between East and West management research schools. In so doing, the journal seeks to engender collaboration between different research cultures. BJM acts as a forum to encourage dialogue between East and West.
BJM is essential reading for both international academics with research interests in Baltic management studies and practitioners seeking alternative perspectives on Baltic management in practice. The journal:
BJM particularly encourages academics, researchers and practitioners from the Baltic region (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia as well as Poland, Russia and the other countries around the Baltic Sea) to share their experience, knowledge and practices with an international audience. Papers from the other regions of Europe and the rest of the world that focus on issues and research which will affect and inform management studies in the Baltic countries are also welcome.
The journal encourages well-written articles with the focus on interdisciplinary, international and comparative standpoints on contemporary management issues.
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