Series: Business, Finance and Economics
Cambridge Scholars Publishing has a growing collection of series in the areas of business, finance and economics, including key papers on organizational studies presented at the renowned British Academy of Management, and an extensive series on labour studies published in association with ADAPT - the Association for International and Comparative Studies in the field of Labour Law and Industrial Relations. We are actively launching new series in business and management and welcome proposals to Camilla Harding, Commissioning Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Labour Studies Book-Series published by ADAPT - the Association for International and Comparative Studies in the field of Labour Law and Industrial Relations (www.adapt.it) - has been established with the aim of providing a focus on labour issues from an international and comparative perspective. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to: employment relations, human resource management, health and safety, psychology, sociology, labour economics, politics, labour law and history.
The Project Management Research Series comprises a number of monographs consisting of papers drawn from a breadth of research areas in project management. Each monograph in the series follows a particular research theme or a collection of papers from a particular research event or conference.
New Horizons in Organisational Studies is a series of edited collections, based on the successful British Academy of Management track on Organisational Studies led by David Weir, David Bamber, Craig Marsh, Robert Price and Robert Mikecz since 2007.
Srinivas Institute of Management Studies, a unit of A. Shama Rao Foundation’s Srinivas Group of Colleges, Mangalore, understands the social relevance of research and its contribution in developing a body of knowledge and therefore gives immense importance to the research output. In order to encourage the researchers in various fields relating to Management, Computer Applications and Social Work, Srinivas Institute of Management Studies has been organizing conferences with different contemporary themes on a regular basis. The conferences organized recently by the Institute are;
2. National Conferenc...
This series addresses all aspects of work and employment, from macro-level labour market studies and debates about the nature of work, to micro-level studies of work organisation and employment relations. By design, the series is international in character and books that offer a comparative analysis are particularly encouraged. Our aim is to publish leading-edge research in the field that will contribute to advancing theory, informing policy and improving practice.
• Globalization – international supply chains, transnational capital and labour market regulatory frameworks, international labour s...
Investments by transnational corporations (TNCs) present many opportunities and challenges for economic development in the world. Although the economic impact of TNCs has been researched extensively, the important objective for this series is, by using the industry and firm-level data, to provide an opportunity to conduct more in-depth and rigorous analysis of issues related to TNCs and their role, such as what the impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) is on innovation and industrial sophistication in emerging economies. China, for instance, is aiming to align FDI with upgrading industrial sophistication ...