Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 22 Issue 1


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The impact of country connectedness and cultural values on the equity of a country’s workforce: A cross-country investigation

Philip DesAutels, Pierre Berthon, Albert Caruana, Leyland F. Pitt

The purpose of this paper is to focus on the impact that country connectedness and cultural values have on the equity afforded to a country’s workforce in today’s global economy…


Cultural distance and entry modes: implications for global expansion strategy

Johanna Franziska Gollnhofer, Ekaterina Turkina

The purpose of this paper is to take a strategic perspective on how MNEs in the retail sector decide to enter a new market. Drawing on transaction cost theory, the contingency…


Moderation of Doing and Mastery orientations in relationships among justice, commitment, and trust: A cross-cultural perspective

Zhou Jiang, Paul J. Gollan, Gordon Brooks

The purpose of this paper is to examine whether and how two individual value orientations – Doing (the tendency to commit to goals and hold a strong work ethic) and Mastery (an…


Power distance and its moderating role in the relationship between situational job characteristics and job satisfaction: An empirical analysis using different cultural measures

Sven Hauff, Nicole Richter

Power distance describes a central facet of national culture, because it influences the acceptance and endorsement of job characteristics related to status and power. This has…


Preference for group work in China and the US

Wayne H. Decker, Thomas J. Calo, Hong Yao, Christy H. Weer

The purpose of this paper is to determine whether Chinese and US students differ in preference for group work (PGW) and whether the factors contributing to PGW differ in the two…


Volunteerism and organisational culture: Relationship to organizational commitment and citizenship behaviors in India

Ajay K. Jain

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of motives for volunteerism and organizational culture on organizational commitment (OC) and organizational citizenship…


Examining the influence of transculturation on work ethic in the United States

Dwight M. Hite, Joshua J. Daspit, Xueni Dong

The purpose of this paper is to explore the influence of cultural assimilation – termed “transculturation” – on work ethic perceptions, thus this study examines trends in work…




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