Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 7 Issue 1

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The effect of distributive preferences on decisions: an empirical study of Chinese employees

Yongqing Fang

Proposes that decisions on reward distribution are affected by preferences for various distributive principles and by the social context within which distribution takes…

Communication and management styles in Australia: understanding the changing nature of its corporate affairs

Maud Tixier

Looks at the distinctive Australian background and the features of the national communication culture that may impact on business life as well as those of the traditional…

Learners training approach preference: national culture as a determinant

Carl A Rodrigues, Nailin Bu, Byung Min

Discusses the effectiveness of different training approaches in other cultures. Highlights differing learning preferences in different societies. Proposes that traineers…

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1352-7606

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1994 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited