Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 13 Issue 3


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Gender differences in job orientation: the case of Poland

Robert Frankel, Joseph Tomkiewicz, Tope Adeyemi‐Bello, Mariusz Sagan

This survey‐based study examines gender‐based perspectives of job orientation, expectations, and motivations in the country of Poland.


A self‐representation analysis of the effects of individualist–collectivist interactions within organizations in individualistic cultures: Lessons for diversity management

Yuka Fujimoto, Charmine E.J. Härtel

Increasingly, organizations in the Asia‐Pacific region are recognizing the importance of cross‐cultural management to the sustainability of their competitive edge. Although the…


Foodco and the Beachland Market

Donald F. Grunewald, Donald Grunewald

To provide a case study with instructor's note to help students learn about the problems of possible closure of a business or other alternatives for the specific store from the…


Pre‐departure cultural training: US managers in Mexico

Leandra Celaya, Jonathan S. Swift

The variety of differences encountered when interacting with people from other cultures can be daunting for foreign nationals operating in another country. Consequently, many…


Strategic motivations of Finnish FDIs in Asian countries

Rizwan Tahir, Jorma Larimo

To empirically investigate how the location‐specific variables and strategic motives influence the ownership strategies of Finnish manufacturing firms in ten South and Southeast…


Converging and diverging patterns of adopting new technology innovations: Embedded ethical issues

Monica Yang, Allan Ashley

To demonstrate that multidimensional information technologies (ITs) technologies could manifest different patterns of evolution because each dimension could be exposed to…




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1994 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited