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New issue of JEEMS

  • 1.  New issue of JEEMS

    Posted 14 days ago

    Dear colleagues,

    please note that the newest issue of the Journal of East European Management Studies (Vol. 26, Issue 1) is now available.

    It comprises the following articles.

    Petar Gidaković, Barbara Čater
    Perceived justice and service recovery satisfaction in a post-transition economy

    Jiří Balcar
    Non-cognitive skills matter, beauty not that much: Evidence from hiring technicians.

    Lea Kubíčková, Barbora Chudá
    Key success factors of engineering company (Case of Czech engineering industry)

    Mateja Lorber, Sonja Treven, Damijan Mumel
    Workplace factors related to the well-being of employees in nursing: A mixedmethods study

    Adela Deaconu, Crina Ioana Filip
    Gold Mining Stakeholders: Diversity and Influence. Roșia Montană Case Study

    Özgür Atılgan
    Family Business Institutionalisation: Impact on binancial Performance in an
    emerging Economy

    Research Notes
    Remzi Keco, Ilir Tomorri, Shpresim Domi, Ilir Kapaj
    Do universities' curricula comply with the firms' demand for employee competence? A case study of Albania

    Free abstracts (and one article to be downloaded for free) are accessible at
    https://www.nomos-elibrary.de/10.5771/0949-6181-2021-1/jeems-journal-of-east-european-management-studies-jahrgang-26-2021-heft-1

    For any further questions regarding the journal, please do not hesitate to contact me!

    Best regards,

    Thomas Steger
    Editor-in-chief, University of Regensburg



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    Thomas Steger
    University of Regensburg
    Regensburg
    0049-941-9432681
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