Readership: Academics, researchers, and students across the social sciences, including those interested in comparative economic institutions, political economy, international business, and capitalist structures.
Roderick Martin, Leverhulme Emeritus Professor, and formerly of Trinity College, University of Oxford
Roderick Martin recently retired as Research Fellow at the Centre for Policy Studies at the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary, after serving as Professor of Management at the CEU Business School. Previously, at the University of Oxford, he was Official Fellow in Politics and Sociology at Trinity College, and in Information Management at Templeton College. He was Professor of Industrial Sociology at Imperial College, London, Professor and Director of the University of Glasgow Business School, and Professor and Director of the School of Management, University of Southampton. He has
published over ten books in management, organizational behaviour, industrial sociology, and industrial relations, and over 60 research papers in international journals. He was instrumental in developing the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) East-West Research Programme 1988-95.
2: Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Romania: Political and Economic Contexts
3: Ownership Transformation
4: Capital Accumulation
5: Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Romania in the International Economy
6: The Role of the State
7: Segmented Capitalisms: One Business System or Several?
8: Managing Labour
9: Conclusion: Constructing Capitalisms