MIROSHNIK Victoria

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Name
MIROSHNIK Victoria
Degree
PhD Management (UK)(The University of Glasgow, UK), MBA (USA)(Tiffin University, Tiffin, Ohio, USA), MSc Psychology (RUSSIA)(Moscow State Pedagogical University, Institute of Psychology, RUSSIA)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Associate Professor, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University College of International Management
 
1990
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1991
:Lecturer in Psychology and Research Manager: Institute of Psychology, Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
 
1991
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1993
:Psychologist: Military Academy, Ministry of Defence, Tbilisi, Georgia
 
1994
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1995
:Human Resources Manager: Al Manaiffi Inc. (Joint Venture Russia United Arab Emirates), St. Petersburg, Russia
 
1995
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2006
:Senior HR Manager: International Division, Construction & Architechtural Research Institute, Moscow
 

Education

 
 
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2011
Strategic Management of Japanese Multinational Companies in Home and Foregn Locations., Graduate School, Division of Business Administration and Economic Policy, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK
 

Committee Memberships

 
Jul 2010
   
 
Academy of Management, USA  
 
Jul 2010
   
 
Academy of Management, USA  Reviewer
 

Awards & Honors

 
2006
Adam Smith Research Scholarship, University of Glasgow, 2006-2009
 

Misc

 
Person-Organization Fit in a Japanese multinational company: A comparative analysis of the parent operation and its Thai subsidiary
MIROSHNIK Victoria, Prof D. Basu
Journal of Business and Economics   91(04)    2012
The World Economic Crisis and its solutions
MIROSHNIK Victoria, Prof. D.Basu
Journal of Business and Economics(Keiei To Keizai)   91(4)    2012
The Greek tragedy and its lessons
MIROSHNIK Victoria, Prof. D. Basu
Keiei to Keizai, Japan   90(1)    2010
Climatic change: Science vs. market
MIROSHNIK Victoria, Prof. D.Basu
Annual Review of Economics, Japan   26(1)    2010
Globalization and creation of organizational citizenship in the developing countries
MIROSHNIK Victoria
‘Advances in Development Economics’, edited by D. Basu, Imperial College Press-World Scientific Publishing, 2009, Singapore.      2009

Books etc

 
Japanese Foreign Investment: a historical Perspective,
M.E.Sharpe, New York   2000   ISBN:0-7656-0502-3
Japanese Multinational Companies: Management and Investment Strategies
Elsevier   2000   ISBN:0-08-043629-3

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Adapted control model of national economy: Evidence from Asia
XVI Conference on Dynamics of Economic Growth and International Business, Russia   2011   
Evaluation of the reform program of the economy in developing world
Diamond Jubilee Conference,India   2011   
Interrelationship between organizational culture and commitment: A study of Japanese multinational companies
Annual Research Conference of Scotland   2008   
Organizational citizenship: A new paradigm of organizational culture
16th World Business Congress of The International Management Development Association, 2007, Holland   2007   
Organizational culture and corporate performance of Japanese companies: A theoretical model
16th World Business Congress of The International Management Development Association, 2007, Holland   2007   

Association Memberships

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Expansion of Japanese foreign investmants
Interdisciprinary Researches(Special Research)
Project Year: 2003 - 2006
Historical analysis of Japanese FDI
Cross-cultural analysis of management practices of major Asian multinational companies
Interdisciprinary Researches(Special Research)
Project Year: 2006 - 2009
This research quantitatively evaluates the basic components of Asian management systems, its transferability and cultural impacts on the corporate performance
Creation of organizational citizenship in Asian MNCs
Interdisciprinary Researches(Special Research)
Project Year: 2009 - 2011
Methodological framework of the assessment of the posibility of creation of organizational Citizenship in Asian MNC: Case study of major Japanese MNC
Economic Models: Methods, theories and applications
Interdisciprinary Researches(Special Research)
Project Year: 2011 - 2012
Analysis of model building in applied economics designed to assist in real-world problem solving using all avaliable methods such as analytical, compuational, behavioral
Creation of organizational citizenship as new organizational phenomenon in the global era
Construction of the methodological framework which aims to assess the major varibles composing the organizational commitment and its relation to company's overall performance