Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 9 Issue 4


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Acme vending

Donald Grunewald, Philip Baron

This case concerns a decision to become an entrepreneur by entering the vending machine business. A high school teacher wants to supplement his income, and a part‐time business…


Trust and managerial transition: evidence from three small Asian economies

Samir R. Chatterjee, Cecil A.L. Pearson

This article explores trust in the managerial context of integrity, performance and benevolence in contemporary Asian societies. Empirical evidence is drawn from three small Asian…

Leading and managing in developing countries: challenge, growth and opportunities for twenty‐first century organisations

Michael Ba Banutu‐Gomez

This article deals with the importance of managing cultural differences in developing countries fortwenty‐first century organisations. With increasing business globalisation and…


Attitudes towards business ethics: where East doesn’t meet West

Spero Peppas

In culturally homogeneous groups there is a greater likelihood that values, including ethics values, of individual group members will coincide. Due to globalisation, changing…


The tropical fish problem revisited: a Malaysian perspective

Ridhwan Fontaine, Stanley Richardson, Yeap Peik Foong

This article revisits cross‐cultural management in Malaysia by challenging some fundamental assumptions. Most models of culture, such as Hofstede’s, assume that a country is…



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