This call for papers, which follows on from the last special issue on post-communist societies (Brown, McCabe and Primeaux, 2003) will focus on the developments in ethical standards in the post-communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe as over thirty years has elapsed since the demise of the Soviet Bloc. Despite some common institutional features the societies of Central and Eastern Europe have had very different experiences (Hardy, 2014; Myant and Drahokoupil, 2010; 2011) with uneven developments across the region since the collapse of communism. In this special issue they invite papers that explore business ethics situated within the context of the challenges that face these still transforming societies.
The post-communist societies of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have experienced radical changes since the collapse of communism. A particular issue for these societies has been the development of new political and economic institutions to meet the requirements of modern European market democracies.
Small selection of the topics:
- The influence of privatisation and post-privatisation strategies on management behaviour and ethics
- Leadership, misconduct and unethical behaviour by managers and owners of companies
- Corporate governance and transparency and corruption
- The development of local and national government institutions after the collapse of the Soviet Bloc and their influence on managers and organisations
Full Papers: 1stof November, 2019