Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 9 Issue 1


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An examination of the impact of economics variables and cultural values on Iranian business organisations

Mahmoud M. Yasin, Jafar Alavi, Thomas W. Zimmerer

Offers a rare insight into the dynamics, realities and potential of the Iranian business community. Uses a sample of 40 Iranian executives to empirically study the impact of the…

Individualism and collectivism: toward a strategy for testing measurement equivalence across culturally diverse groups

Ana Azevedo, Ellen A. Drost, Michael R. Mullen

Examines critically the bulk of cross‐cultural research involving the constructs of individualism and collectivism. Highlights some of the main conceptual and methodological…


Trust and decision making: are managers different in the People’s Republic of China and in Australia?

Karen Yuan Wang, Stewart Clegg

Examines the relationship between trust and participation in decision making and the cultural differences and similarities between Chinese and Australian managers. Finds that the…


Training employees to work in the Mid East safely

Louis Avitabile, Brian H. Kleiner

Offers some direction to the potential expatriate employee destined for any Middle Eastern country. Addresses issues such as personal safety and that of any accompanying family in…


Deliverity a graduate course in cross‐cultural management in Portugal: observations, experiences, and academic axioms

Jeffrey E. McGee, Troy A. Festervand

Describes the experiences of an American professor who taught a graduate course in cross‐cultural management at a Portuguese university. Outlines the overall experience before…


Labour union policies: gains or pains?

Jason Evans, Walter Block

States that labour unions are widely respected institutions in modern society. Argues that this reputation in unearned insofar as these organizations are the only ones, besides…




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