Dear colleagues,

please note that the newest issue of the Journal of East European Management Studies (Vol. 23, Issue 1) is now available.

It comprises the following articles.

Ágnes Szukits

Controllers’ profession in contemporary organisations – Evidence from Hungary

Krisztina Frankó, Norbert Thom, David Luethi

Delicate differences: professional encounters between Hungarians and Germanspeaking Europeans, and how to study them

Huseyin Arasli, Hasan Evrim Arici

Perceived Supervisor Support Cure: Why and How to Retain and Reengage Seasonal Employees for the Next Season

Larisa Smirnykh, Andreas Wörgötter

The importance of institutional and organizational characteristics for the use of fixed-term contracts in Russia

Marta Götz, Barbara Jankowska

Inter-regional OFDI motives and location patterns – the case of Polish OFDI outside Europe

Maciej Mitręga, Vojtěch Spáčil, Gregor Pfajfar

Is partner knowledge equally important for businesses from post-communist countries? – comparative study of Polish and Slovenian companies

Ljuan Marko Gashi, Željko Požega, Boris Crnković
Linking Value Dimensions of Employees in South East Europe and their Potential for Socio-Economic Development: A Cross-Country Comparison

Abstracts are freely accessible at

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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