Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 8 Issue 1


Table of contents

A comparative analysis between American Indian and Anglo American leadership

Joyce L. Grahn, David X. Swenson, Ryan O’Leary

Identifies the contrasts and similarities between the American Indian and Anglo American style of leadership. Finds the results show differing values in areas of communication…

Cultural and business ethics

Paul Seitz

Compares and contrasts the cultures of Japan, the USA and the European Union in relation to business ethics. Focusing on three main areas – employees, environment, and consumers …


A model for Chinese management education: adapting the case study method to transfer management knowledge

M. Berrell, J. Wrathall, P. Wright

Considers the transfer of management knowledge to the People’s Republic of China through Western universities as a complex process involving cultural as well as educational…


Differences and similarities in future managerial values: a five cultures comparative study

Kamel Mellahi

Highlights the opinion that the importance of national culture in cross‐cultural management is diminishing, suggesting that the world is moving towards a single, global management…


Subcultural similarities and differences: an examination of US core values

Spero C. Peppas

States that the end of the last century brought dramatic changes in the composition of the workforce and heightened awareness of cultural diversity in the USA. Highlights the need…




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1994 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited