Interested researchers are invited to join the Centre’s international Community of Practice no matter their past experience or expertise. The Centre’s goal is to develop a new breed of cultural anthropologist to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world in the digital era.
Our areas of investigation include:
- New cultural definitions
- Cultural Values
- Cultural Accommodation and Xenophobia
- Culture and Globalisation
- Post-Hofstedean Models
- Designing New Cultural Frameworks
- Advances in Cultural Research
- Cultural Management in Praxis
In addition, for students at the graduate and post-graduate levels, assistance, guidance, and supervision is provided as to dissertation and thesis topic selection, research techniques, as well as academic writing skills (English).
Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research (JEECAR) Selected as Official Centre Journal
The Cross-Cultural Management Centre and the Centre for Digital Transformation, Prague (Czech Republic) are pleased to announce that JEECAR has been selected as their official media for scholarly publications.
The Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research (JEECAR) associated with the institute of the same name is a multi-disciplinary high quality, scholarly, double-blind peer-reviewed journal. It serves the purpose of publishing advanced concepts and fundamental research in key fields of Eastern European and Central Asian business and national political economies. JEECAR is registered by the Library of Congress, listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), indexed with SCOPUS, CABELL, EBSCO, Ulrich, Google Scholar, OAI WorldCat Digital Collection, each article has assigned an individual CrossReff DOI address, included in the EconBib index.