Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 15 Issue 1


Table of contents

Islamic work ethic: a critical review

Abbas J. Ali, Abdullah Al‐Owaihan

The purpose of this paper is to present a coherent but critical treatment of Islamic work ethic (IWE). It explores the nature of IWE in the context of cultural and political…


Hispanic professionals after 11th September: a move toward “American” identification

Robert G. DelCampo, Donna M. Blancero, Kristie M. Boudwin

Organizational researchers commonly use racioethnic identity or acculturation measures as predictors for various phenomena, however, rarely do they attempt to investigate events…

Value orientations as predictors of cultural and business impact: Individual suitability for cross‐border assignments

Alan Fish, Ramudu Bhanugopan, Julie Cogin

This research was undertaken to further understand a “values” based taxonomy designed to assess the “cultural and business suitability” of managers for appointment to cross‐border…


The language barrier and its implications for HQ‐subsidiary relationships

Anne‐Wil Harzing, Alan J. Feely

This paper intends to open up the debate on the influence of language on the way multinational companies manage their subsidiary operations.


The link between cultural value systems and strategic marketing: Unlocking the mindset of Japanese and South Korean managers

Yang‐Im Lee, Peter R.J. Trim

The purpose of this paper is to make clear how managers in Western organizations can understand the Japanese and Korean cultural value system and interpret the strategic…


Perceived barriers to organizational creativity: A cross‐cultural study of British and Egyptian future marketing managers

Mohamed M. Mostafa, Ahmed El‐Masry

The overall purpose of this research is to further the understanding of how future marketing managers in Egypt and the UK perceive creativity barriers. The paper also examines the…


Are managerial gender stereotypes universal?: The case of Hawai’i

Emmeline de Pillis, Richard Kernochan, Ofer Meilich, Elise Prosser, Victoria Whiting

The purpose of this paper is to compare the extent to which the stereotype of “manager” aligns with the stereotype of “male” in the Continental United States (CUS) and Hawai’i.




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