Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 14 Issue 3

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Making a life or making a living?: Cross‐cultural comparisons of business students’ work and life values in Canada and France

Y. Zhang, C. Straub, S. Kusyk

The contemporary managerial work place is changing; baby boomers, the globalization and an increased participation of females in the workforce is redefining what value…

E‐commerce and globalization: an exploratory study of Egypt

Ibrahim Elbeltagi

The purpose of this paper is to address how cultures could affect the way different people use the internet. The study showed that there is a great potential for…

Adapting the congruent temperament model with culturally specific work motivation elements

John Humphreys

Although China is beginning to emerge on the world economic stage, many Chinese workers are newcomers to the Western notions of leadership. Those examining leader behavior…

The work values of Chinese project managers

Shi‐Rui Song, Andrew Gale

The purpose of the research is to investigate project managers' work values and the relationship between the work values of project managers and their competence.

Cultural diversity in hospitality work

Tom Baum, Eli Dutton, Shamim Karimi, Jithendran Kokkranikal, Frances Devine, Niamh Hearns

The purpose of this paper is to address the growing importance of migrant workers to the hospitality industry of peripheral locations in the UK.

The transfer of Japanese‐style HRM to subsidiaries abroad

Raduan Che Rose, Naresh Kumar

The purpose of this research is to empirically examine the extent to which the Japanese‐style human resource management (HRM) model is being transferred to subsidiaries…

Colonial history and its effects on Sub‐Saharan economic development

Enoch K. Beraho

The purpose of this paper is to explain the causes of political and economic problems faced by Sub‐Saharan countries.

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1352-7606

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1994 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited