Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 15 Issue 3


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The perceptions of Malaysians in a Japanese company

Yeap Peik Foong, Stanley Richardson

The aim of this paper is to investigate the perceptions of Malaysian employees of ABC MSC (a Japanese company in Malaysia) in order to recommend changes in management practices.


Personal wellbeing and intra‐cultural interaction interventions for cross‐border adjustment: Investigation of construct validity using structural equation modelling

Alan Fish, Ramudu Bhanugopan

The purpose of this paper is to report on research which addressed two purposes. First, to test the fit between, the theoretical model, and the empirical findings from an earlier…


Problem solving: an Islamic management approach

Rodrigue Fontaine

The purpose of this paper is to present a problem‐solving model that incorporates Islamic values and concerns. A secondary aim is to acquaint readers with the field of management…


Service provider‐customer similarities and disparities: A German study

Ugur Yavas, Martin Benkenstein, Michael Holtz

The purpose of this paper is to determine the extent of congruence between service providers’ perceptions of customer satisfaction and customer‐reported satisfaction in the…


Procedural justice and French and American performance evaluations

Katherine M. Fodchuk, Heather D. Sherman

Increasing diversity of the global workforce calls for research that guides the implementation of culturally sensitive employment procedures. Performance evaluations are often…


Perceptions of psychological contract fairness of Hispanic professionals

Robert G. DelCampo, Donna Maria Blancero

The purpose of this paper is to investigate Hispanic business professionals’ perception of psychological contract fairness, perception of discrimination, and the influence of…




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1994 – 2015

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