Gerald Mars and Yochanan Altman – Managing in Soviet Georgia: an Extreme Example in Comparative Management

This paper details the case of Soviet Georgia’s hidden economy, mediated as it was through locally based personal support networks and illustrating our arguments with a case study of legal/illegal manufacturing enterprise. Authors conclude with a note on present-day Central-Eastern European economies and a commentary on implications for management in liberal economies as they become more globally integrated.

Mars, G., & Altman, Y. (2008). Managing in Soviet Georgia: an extreme example in comparative management. European Journal of International Management, 2(1), 56-70.

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