Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 21 Issue 1

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Mentoring relationships among managerial and professional women in Turkey: Potential benefits?

Mustafa Koyuncu, Ronald J. Burke, Nihat Alayoglu, Jacob Wolpin

Although qualified women are still underrepresented at ranks of senior management in all countries, considerable progress has been made in identifying work experiences…

Challenges and conceptions of globalization: An investigation into models of global change and their relationship with business practice

Christopher Bond, Darren J. O'Byrne

This paper, which is conceptual in both nature and approach, builds on a recent contribution to the theorization of “globalization” and seeks to utilise the framework…

Non-financial employment commitment: some correlates and a cross-national comparison

Raphael Snir

To further explore the nature of non-monetary motivation for working, this study aims to present correlates of non-financial employment commitment (NFEC) and a…

Cultural impact of human resource practices on job satisfaction: A global study across 48 countries

Jeanine Karin Andreassi, Leanna Lawter, Martin Brockerhoff, Peter J. Rutigliano

The purpose of this paper is to determine the effect of high-performance human resource practices on job satisfaction across four cultural regions – Asia, Europe, North…

Collaboration strategies for a transition economy: measuring culture in Albania

Narasimha Rao Vajjhala, Kenneth David Strang

The researchers in this study reviewed the literature to locate the most relevant multicultural theories, factors, and instruments in order to measure Albania's national…

Cross-cultural factorial validity of the academic motivation scale

Edward Osei Akoto

The purpose of this study was to examine the factorial validity of the academic motivation scale (AMS), including mean structures and reliabilities across two culturally…

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1352-7606

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1994 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited