Chinese Management in a Global Context

CMR Call for Submissions
Chinese Management in a Global Context
A Special Issue of China Media Research

This special issue (CMR-2016-04) invites scholars from across disciplines to examine the Chinese management in a global context. The rapid development of the Chinese economy as well as the internationalization of Chinese firms in recent decades has warranted an opportunity for scholars to examine, refine, and develop a set of systematic knowledge regarding Chinese management from indigenous, non-Chinese (e.g., Western), and/or ambi-cultural perspectives. Papers dealing with the test or explication of principles, theories, or methods of Chinese management from different cultural or contextual aspects using qualitative and/or quantitative research methodologies are invited. Submissions must not have been previously published nor be under consideration by another publication. We’ll accept the extended abstract (up to 1,000 words) of the paper at the first stage of the reviewing process. Please email Word attachment of the extended abstract to the guest editors, Dr. Guo-Ming Chen and Dr. Tony Fang, respectively. All submissions must be received by October 1, 2015. The complete manuscript must be received by March 25, 2016 after the extended abstract is accepted. Accepted manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with APA style and should not exceed 8,000 words (including references). Please visit http://www.chinamediaresearch.net for more information about the quarterly journal of China Media Research. For inquiry, please contact Dr. Guo-Ming Chen at gmchen@uri.edu.

Chinese Management in a Global Context

Call for Submissions: Chinese Management in a Global Context 
A Special Issue of China Media Research

This special issue (CMR-2016-04) invites scholars from across disciplines to examine the Chinese management in a global context. The rapid development of the Chinese economy as well as the internationalization of Chinese firms in recent decades has warranted an opportunity for scholars to examine, refine, and develop a set of systematic knowledge regarding Chinese management from indigenous, non-Chinese (e.g., Western), and/or ambi-cultural perspectives. Papers dealing with the test or explication of principles, theories, or methods of Chinese management from different cultural or contextual aspects using qualitative and/or quantitative research methodologies are invited. Submissions must not have been previously published nor be under consideration by another publication. We’ll accept the extended abstract (up to 1,000 words) of the paper at the first stage of the reviewing process. Please email Word attachment of the extended abstract to the guest editors, Dr. Guo-Ming Chen and Dr. Tony Fang.

All submissions must be received by October 1, 2015.
The complete manuscript must be received by March 25, 2016 after the extended abstract is accepted.
Accepted manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with APA style and should not exceed 8,000 words (including references).