Sources are such publications as Journal of International Business Studies, European Management Journal, and Review of International Political Economy.
What does EMJ stand for?
EMJ stands for European Management Journal (academic review)
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We have 11 other meanings of EMJ in our Acronym Attic
- Electronic Materials Initiative for Waste Reduction
- Entidad Mixqueña Reguladora del Tránsito (Spanish)
- Earle M. Jorgensen Company (Lynwood, CA)
- Électricité Maintenance Jusséenne (French electrical company)
- Emergency Medicine Journal
- Emirates Medical Journal (Emirates Medical Association; United Arab Emirates)
- Engineering Management Journal
- Ensemble Musical des Jeunes (French: Youth Musical Ensemble; Switzerland)
- Épilepsie Myoclonique Juvénile (French: Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy)
- Espérance Musicale de la Jumellière (French musical band)
- European Music Journal (online industry journal)
- Electronic Medical Journal of Australia
- EuroMed Journal of Business (Europe and Mediterranean)
- East Midwood Jewish Center (Brooklyn, NY)
- Emmanuel Messianic Jewish Congregation (Clarksville, MD)
- East Mesa Juvenile Detention Facility (East Otay Mesa, CA)
- East McDowell Junior High (Marion, NC)
- Ellinghausen-McCullough-Johnson-Harris (bacterial culturing medium)
- Euro-Mediterranean Journalism Institute
- Experimental Medicine Job Listing
Samples in periodicals archive:
Professor Kedia's research has been published in the Academy of Management Review, Journal of World Business, International Business Review, European Management Journal, The International Executive, Business and the Contemporary World, International Marketing Review, Journal of High Technology Management Research, Columbia Journal of World Business, Management International Review, California Management Review, and others.
Feature articles, opinion pieces, and even special issues on knowledge management have appeared in popular and specialized business magazines, including CIO, European Management Journal, Forbes, Fortune, Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review, and The Wall Street Journal.
The articles are "R&D Team Productivity in Eastern and Western European Countries," published in European Management Journal, September 1995; "Changing Barriers to the Internationalization of Franchising Operations: Perceptions of Domestic and International Franchisors," included in The International Executive, July/August, 1995; and "A Framework for Analyzing Competitiveness: Integrating Levels of Understanding," published in Business and the Contemporary World, Vol.