Can Business Schools Make Students Culturally Competent? Effects of Cross-Cultural Management Courses on Cultural Intelligence, J. Eisenberg, H-J. Lee, F. Bruck, B. Brenner, R. Bell, M-T. Claes, J. Mironski, “Academy of Management Learning & Education” (Impact Factor: 3.00) – published on-line March 5, 2013 before print in December 2013 http://amle.aom.org/content/early/2013/03/05/amle.2012.0022.full.pdf+html
Managers about their employees – the case of Poland, Jacek Mironski, Dariusz Uzycki, 14th IAMB Conference Proceedings, ISSN 1949-9094, San Antonio, Texas, USA 2013.
Attitudes and behaviors of Polish managers, Jacek Miroński, Dariusz Użycki, „Corporate Governance”, 3 (31) 2012, p. 120-130.
CEO Forum, Polish-Swiss Chamber of Commerce, Warsaw 2012;
Presentation of empirical research results: “Polish management style” (authors: J. Mironski, D. Uzycki)
Agency Relationship, Power and Japanese Labour Relations, Jacek Mironski in Critically and Creatively About Management, W. Kiezun (ed.), Oficyna a Wolters Kluwer business, Warsaw 2011, p. 649-664.
Academy of Management Meeting 2011, Texas, USA, 2011; co-author of the paper: “Effects of Cross-Cultural Management Courses on Cultural Intelligence” (J. Eisenberg, H-J. Lee, F. Bruck, B. Brenner, R. Bell, M-T. Claes, J. Mironski); presented by J. Eisenberg
Power structures in family firm, Jacek Miroński, Jacek Lipiec, „Zeszyty Naukowe Kolegium Gospodarki Światowej SGH”, No. 30, Warsaw 2011, p. 161-179.
Human Resource Management in Japanese Companies, Jacek Mironski in Japanese Management. Continuation and Change, M. Aluchna, P. Ploszajski (eds.), SGH, Warsaw 2008, p. 33-58.
Theory of the Firm Based on Power – an outline, Jacek Mironski, Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH, Warsaw 2004, 177p.
The Japan Institute of Labour, Tokyo, Japan, January 2001; invited paper presentation: "Power of Japanese Management and Japanese Management of Power"
Power and Politics in a Firm, Jacek Mironski, Difin, Warsaw 2000, 219p
Fulbright Senior Advanced Research Award, University of Minnesota, USA (2013-2014); working on the research project: “Towards homo administratus – the cross-cultural comparison of the concept of human nature in management – a managerial approach”
Cross-Cultural Management course was evaluated as the second best CCM core course among 28 CEMS universities in the academic year 2011-2012
Outstanding WEMBA (UMN and SGH joint Executive MBA Program) Faculty 2012, 2011, 2010 Awards, Outstanding Polish WEMBA Instructor
Global Forum Best Paper Award by the Management Education @ Development Division of the Academy of Management Meeting 2011 for the paper: Effects of Cross-Cultural Management Courses on Cultural Intelligence (co-author: Jacek Mironski) – Texas, USA, 2011