Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 16 Issue 4


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Islamic work ethic among Arab college students in Israel

Mahmood Khalil, Ismael Abu‐Saad

The aim of this paper is to investigate the Islamic work ethic (IWE) and individualism among Arab college students in Israel, who represent an ethnic and religious minority in a…


Mapping and modeling the capacities that underlie effective cross‐cultural leadership: An interpretive study with practical outcomes

Ling Deng, Paul Gibson

This paper aims to present an empirically informed model of the underlying factors that enable effective cross‐cultural leadership. It also outlines procedures for using the model…


The nature of workplace boundaries between Australians and Singaporeans in multinational organizations: A qualitative inquiry

Jennifer (Min Ing) Loh, Simon Lloyd D. Restubog, Cindy Gallois

This paper seeks to explore the nature of intercultural experiences of Australians and Singaporeans working in multinational organizations. Cultural differences are expected to…


Time affluence, material affluence and well‐being among Turkish managers

Ronald J. Burke, Mustafa Koyuncu, Lisa Fiksenbaum, Halil Demirer

Based on US college student and adult samples, Kasser and Sheldon suggested that time affluence (TA) may be a more significant predictor of subjective well‐being than material…


Work values, employment and ethnicity: Jewish and Muslim academic graduates in Israel

Moshe Sharabi

The purpose of the paper is to compare the importance of work and other areas of life, as well as preferred work goals, among Jewish and Muslim academic graduates who work in the…


The role of trust in core team employees: a three‐nation study

Keren V. More, Shay S. Tzafrir

The paper aims to fill a substantive gap in the trust literature by analyzing the mediating role of trust across different national groups. It presents a theoretical advantage…




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