Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 10 Issue 4


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Cross‐cultural effectiveness of Western expatriate‐Thai client interactions: lessons learned for IHRM research and theory

Gregory B. Fisher, Charmine E.J. Härtel

Expatriates who perform poorly in their overseas assignments cost multinational enterprises billions of dollars, damage firm reputation, disrupt relationships with local…


JIT inventory and competition in the global environment: a comparative study of American and Japanese values in auto endustry

Seyed‐Mahmoud Aghazadeh

The topic of Just in Time (JIT) Inventory is very important and relevant to all operations managers today. It has become a major factor of competitiveness in the global…


A Cross‐cultural comparison of customer value perceptions for products: consumer aspects in East Asia

Chih‐Wen Huang, Ai‐Ping Tai

With increasing competition in the global marketplace, a prime and basic question for many enterprises is how to construct a global strategy for existing product mixes through…


Investigating cultural dimensions in a semiconductor manufacturing company in Malta

Louis Montebello

The Maltese culture of the employees of STMicroelectronics was tested for suitability with the participative management concept. The method used was the following: Hofstede’s…


How will market orientation and environment and firm’s character influence performance?

Yonggyu Kim

This study is to investigate relationships between business performance of overseas subsidiary and market orientation, firm specific factors, competitive strategy, market specific…




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1994 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited