The lustrum 2008-2012 witnessed a full flowering of scholarship about and from CEE countries and other dynamic markets. CEE voices were evident in scholarly works From Communists to Foreign Capitalists: The Social Foundations of Foreign Direct Investment in Postsocialist Europe by Nina Bandelj (2008); Organisational Changes during the Transition in Estonia: Major Influencing Behavioural Factors by Ruth Alas (2009); and Globalizing Employment Relations: Multinational Firms and Central and Eastern Europe Transitions, edited by Sylvie Contrepois, Violaine Delteil, Patrick Dieuaide, and Steve Jefferys (2010). In testimony to the growing body of scholarship in and about the region, there were also research reviews: Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship Policies In Central And Eastern Europe, edited by Friederike Welter and David Smallbone (2011); "Two Decades of Russian Business and Management Research: An Institutional Theory Perspective," by Sheila Puffer and Daniel McCarthy in Academy of Management Perspectives, 25(2), 2011: 21-36; and Management Research on Central and Eastern Europe from 1990 to 2010, by Michal Vlasak (2013). Research-based practitioner oriented works also emerged such as Innovation Excellence in Central and Eastern Europe: A PwC Experience by Mike Kubena, Mark Okes-Voysey, and Andrej Vizjak (2012).
Scholarly management journals in CEE began to proliferate in this era. Note, of course, that some CEE management and business schools had traditions of journal publishing that date to the formation of CEEMAN. LKAEM began publishing a bimonthly peer-reviewed journal in 1993, later retitled as Management and Business Administration: Central Europe in English and Polish, and now edited by Dorota Dobija of Kozminski University. The Russian Management Journal was established in 1993 and publishes four issues annually, originally in Russian and now also in English. Current co-editors are Valery S. Katkalo, Sberbank Corporate University; Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University, Russia and David J. Teece, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, US.
In the last several years, many new journals in CEE (in English) were launched including Management Journal of Contemporary Management Issues by University of Split, Faculty of Economics, begun in 2005 and now edited by Marin Buble of the school; Baltic Journal of Management, started in 2006, currently edited by Ruta Kazlauskaite of ISM University of Management and Economics, Kaunas, Lithuania; Serbian Journal of Management, begun in 2006 and edited by Ivan Mihajlović, University of Belgrade, Technical Faculty in Bor, Management Department; Review of General Management started in 2009 and edited by Camelia Dragomir Stefanescu of Spiru Haret University, Romania; and Journal of Advanced Research in Management, begun in 2010 and co-edited by Andy Ştefănescu, University of Craiova, Romania and Rajesh K. Pillania, Management Development Institute, India, to name but a sample.