Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 13 Issue 2


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Comparing ethical attitudes across cultures

Randi L. Sims

The current study aims to continue the investigation of cross‐cultural differences in attitudes towards business ethics.


Cross‐cultural non‐work transition stresses: domestic transferees in Indonesia

Kate Hutchings, Sri Wahyuni Ratnasari

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to address this gap in the literature by examining a cohort of Indonesians employed within a financial organisation and the cross‐cultural…


Anatomy of a business failure: Accepting the “bad luck” explanation vs proactively learning in international business

Detelin Elenkov, Tonya Fileva

To investigate the innate reasons for one of the biggest business failures of a Western Multinational Corporation (WMNC) in Eastern Europe – the failure of Rover in Bulgaria. The…


Cross‐cultural study of Asian and European student perception: The need to understand the changing educational environment in New Zealand

Christopher Selvarajah

The paper seeks to explore educational objectives and attitudes to assessment methods between Chinese and New Zealand European students.


Improving expatriate adjustment and effectiveness in ethnically diverse countries: marketing insights

Guilherme Pires, John Stanton, Shane Ostenfeld

Purpose – Sets out to argue that training and adjustment strategies based on immersion in a foreign culture, in order to reduce expatriate culture shock, can be improved by…


Human resource management strategies under uncertainty: How do US and Hong Kong Chinese companies differ?

Dail Fields, Andrew Chan, Syed Akhtar, Terry C. Blum

To compare the tendency of US and Hong Kong Chinese companies to utilize three alternative human resource management (HRM) strategies to offset uncertainties in the supply of…




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