Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 13 Issue 1


Table of contents

Exploring relationships with home and host countries: A study of self‐directed expatriates

Julia Richardson, Steve McKenna

To explore self‐directed expatriates' relationships with their home and host countries by drawing on an existing model of expatriate managers' allegiance to home and host…


Cross culture and business practice: are they coterminous or cross‐verging?

Rama Prasad Kanungo

In recent years multi‐cultural practices and values have become significantly conspicuous in corporate business. Cultures and managerial values become co‐terminous when…


Perceived differences in sexual harassment between business school students in the US and Thailand

Wanthanee Limpaphayom, Robert J. Williams, Paul A. Fadil

This study seeks to examine differences in the perceptions of sexual harassment between business school students in the USA and Thailand.


Forming cohesion in culturally heterogeneous teams: Differences in Japanese, Pacific Islander and Anglo experiences

Norman S. Wright, Glyn P. Drewery

Aims to create a better understanding those factors that influence group cohesion in culturally heterogeneous teams.


Dimensions that relate to cross‐cultural counselling: Perceptions of mental health professionals in Auckland, New Zealand

Christopher Selvarajah

Sets out to report on an exploratory study in which perspectives on cross‐cultural counselling in mental health care in Auckland, New Zealand, are to be examined.


Beyond human resource management in co‐operatives

Peter Davis

This paper seeks to critically review developments in the literature spanning personnel management, HRM, learning organization and intellectual capital approaches to employee…




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1994 – 2015

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