Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 22 Issue 3


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Global psychology: implications for cross-cultural research and management

John W. Berry

Psychology, both as science and practice, has been largely developed in one cultural area of the world: Europe and North America. As a result, the discipline is culture-bound…


National context and organizational performance across three sectors

G. Ronald Gilbert, Mary Ann Von Glinow

The purpose of this paper is to analyze the effects of diffusional pressures as they relate to organizational performance (OP) across public, private, and not-for-profit sectors…

Antecedents of attitudes toward the website: The moderating role of long-term orientation and individualism

Juan Miguel Alcántara-Pilar, Salvador Del Barrio-García

The purpose of this paper is to analyze the moderating role of the cultural dimensions of long-term orientation (LTO) and individualism (IND) on the relationships between…


The impact of stressors during international assignments

Katherine Rosenbusch, Leonard J. Cerny II, David R. Earnest

The purpose of this paper is to examine relationships between cross-cultural adjustment and stress of expatriate employees with families in a multinational corporation and…


Attitudes to other ethnicities among New Zealand workers

Carla Houkamau, Peter Boxall

The purpose of this paper is to examine the “other-group orientation” (OGO) of New Zealand (NZ) workers as a way of measuring their attitudes to the growing ethnic diversity in…


HRM and temporary workers’ well-being: a study in Portugal and Brazil

Maria José Chambel, Anete Farina

Temporary agency workers (TAWs) are regarded as experiencing employment conditions that tend to facilitate high strain. In this study, the authors view this situation as not being…


Team performance in cross cultural project teams: The moderated mediation role of consensus, heterogeneity, faultlines and trust

Merce Mach, Yehuda Baruch

The purpose of this paper is to test the conditional effect of team composition on team performance; specifically, how collective team orientation, group consensus, faultline…


The moderating role of Hofstede’s cultural dimensions in the customer-brand relationship in China and India

Won-Moo Hur, Seongho Kang, Minsung Kim

The purpose of this paper is to enhance the understanding of customer-brand relationships in the international marketplace, and empirically investigates and compares the…


Impact of cultural positions on FDI’s entry mode

Cristina López-Duarte, Marta M. Vidal-Suárez, Belén González-Díaz

The purpose of this paper is to study the influence of cultural positions on the choice of entry mode in foreign direct investment (FDI) – joint ventures vs wholly owned…




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