Bled (November 16, 2017): Prof. Danica Purg, Dean and Director and Dr. Alenka Braček Lalić, Vice Dean for Research at IEDC – Bled School of Management wrote two chapters in two books on Entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern Europe and The Future of Management Education.
The book on Entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern Europe: Development through Internationalization provides an overview of entrepreneurship in a range of important emerging markets. This book aims to fill the gap in the literature by providing up-to-date data and case based evidence. With coverage of a range of national firms from countries including Belarus, Estonia, Hungary, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine, this book will be vital supplementary reading around international entrepreneurship and essential reading for those studying the business environment in this vital emerging market.
Prof. Danica Purg, Dr. Alenka Braček Lalić and Dr. Iztok Seljak, PhD graduate from IEDC wrote a Chapter on Entrepreneurship and the internationalization process of Hidria - a hidden champion company from Slovenia. The chapter discusses entrepreneurship and internationalization developments in Slovenia's economy. It focuses on the effect of internationalization on entrepreneurship in the Slovenian company Hidria, one of the leading global companies in the field of automotive and industrial technologies and one of the most innovative companies in Europe.
The book The Future of Management Education, Volume 2: Differentiation Strategies for Business Schools discusses the challenges facing business schools and management education systems around the world. Prof. Purg and Dr. Braček Lalić wrote a chapter on Higher Education in Management: The Case of Slovenia. The chapter explores the development of management education in Slovenia and it focuses on its supply side and on distinctive features of higher education institutions that provide management education in Slovenia. It also discusses the demand for management education and explains the conditions for academic staff and requirements set by regulatory bodies.