Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 15 Issue 2


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Cross‐cultural social intelligence: An assessment for employees working in cross‐national contexts

Ma. Evelina Ascalon, Deidra J. Schleicher, Marise Ph. Born

The aim of the paper is to discuss the concept of cross‐cultural social intelligence (CCSI), its relevance for both selecting and developing expatriates and other employees…


Cross‐cultural transfer of knowledge: a special case anomaly

Paul Brewer

This paper aims to determine whether the widely accepted proposition that cultural differences impact negatively on flows of knowledge and information stands through all…


Welfare states, families, job attribute preferences, and work

Elizabeth A. Corrigall

This paper aims to examine the relationship between welfare state configurations, family status, family responsibilities, job attribute preferences, employment, and weekly paid…


The ethics of marketing in Islamic and Christian communities: Insights for global marketing

Paul Gibbs, Mustafa Ilkan

This paper takes advantage of the closeness of two separated communities on the island of Cyprus to study how controversial products and forms of offensive advertising executions…


A proposed model of expatriates in multinational corporations

Ching‐Hsiang Liu, Hung‐Wen Lee

The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between job satisfaction, family support, learning orientation, organizational socialization and cross‐cultural training…


Howard Roark and the ghost of Admiral Rickover

Mitchell Langbert, Michael Stanchina, Donal Grunewald

This case study aims to illustrate the interaction of organizational culture, human resource (HR) policy and firm performance. It contrasts the cultures of two science‐driven…



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