Dissertations on Organization and Management in Estonia and Finland 1960-1989
This paper analyses 28 Estonian and 33 Finnish doctoral dissertations on organization and management published between 1960 and 1989. The paper reviews their content and leading theme, methodology and main contributions. The principal thrust of the paper is to compare the evolution of organization and management research in Estonia and Finland and review the impact of the social context of the two countries acting under different economic principles and surroundings. The main conclusion of authors is that organization and management research agendas emerged at a similar time and pace in both countries and developed at a comparable pace and quality. However, the Estonian contributions were more focused in terms of topics while the Finnish counterparts provided topically more fragmented theses with no mainstream appearance. The paper reveals that in Estonia it was still possible to perform organization and management research of considerable quality despite Soviet occupation.
Doctoral dissertations, organization and management discipline
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