Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 3 Issue 2


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SAUDI ARABIAN vs U.S.A. PERCEPTIONS OF SOCIAL PROBLEMS: An Exploratory Cross Cultural Analysis

David Marshall Hunt, Mohammed I. At‐Twaijri

Stafford & Waifs (1985) research focused on delineating what constitutes a social problem. ‘Issues managers’ will benefit greatly from an improved understanding of the…

The Effect of International Involvement on the Relationship between Managerial Tenure and Firm Performance

Richard A. Lheureux, James J. Hoff‐man, Bruce T. Lamont, Paul Simmonds

This study examines the moderating effect of international involvement on the relationship between two dimensions of managerial tenure and firm performance. Data for 89 Fortune…

Students Today, Colleagues and Managers Tomorrow (A Demonstration of Cross‐Cultural Differences and Similarities Between Norwegian, US, German and Spanish Business Students)

Johannes Brinkmann

The article examines business student attitudes in four countries ‐ Norway (n 337), the United States (n 295), Germany (n 109) and Spain (n 137). Certain differences by subsample…

Managing Relationship Marketing: A cross‐cultural perspective of a Chinese Market

Len Tiu Wright

This paper reports on research in China to investigate the exporting of industrial cranes and the building of long‐term relationships between foreign suppliers and their Chinese…



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