Dear colleagues,

please note that the newest issue of the Journal of East European Management Studies (Vol. 26, Issue 3) is now available.

It comprises the following articles.

■ Dario Miočević, Anita Talaja, Nikša Alfirević
Disentangling performance outcomes of a firm’s innovativeness: A resourceadvantage perspective

■ Irena Mikova, Lenka Komarkova, Pavel Pudil, Vladimir Pribyl
HR Management and Perceived Effectiveness of Further Education and Training Methods of Millennial Employees in the Czech Republic

■ Małgorzata Jaworek, Włodzimierz Karaszewski, Małgorzata Szałucka
Ownership-Based Entry Mode Strategies and Limiting Factors of Foreign Direct Investment

■ Colin C. Williams, Ioana Alexandra Horodnic
Tackling undeclared work in Central and East Europe:
an evaluation of competing public sector management approaches

■ Fatih Çetin, Melisa Erdilek Karabay, İrge Şener, Meral Elçi
The effects of paternalistic leadership on task performance: Testing a moderated mediation model in Turkish organizations

■ Marta Juchnowicz, Boguslavas Gruževskis, Hanna Kinowska
Does consistency of pay levels, knowledge of principles and perception of the superior affect the assessment of remuneration justice?

■ Katul Yousef
Implementing language mandates: English as lingua franca in a Hungarian multinational company

Free abstracts (and one article to be downloaded for free) are 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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