The latest issue (Vol. 22, Issue 4) of Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal (to be retitled in 2016 as Cross Cultural & Strategic Management) is available in Earlycite.
This issue contains the second in a series of Distinguished Scholar’s Essays that features invited papers by well-known scholars on important global management issues and/or identify emerging topics of research interest. In this issue, Gert Jan Hofstede asks the question of ‘what is culture?’ and explores the various causes of culture, with a particular focus on their implications for cross-cultural research.
Table of contents: Volume 22, Issue 4
Toward experimental international business: unraveling fundamental causal linkages\
Non-financial performance measures and the BSC of multinational companies with multi-cultural environment: an empirical investigation
Relationship of budget participation conflict and job performance of South Korean managers
Cross-country technology gap in Latin America: growth accounting and non-parametric approaches
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Richard F. J. Haans
Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Social Media Editor, Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal (to be retitled in 2016 as Cross Cultural & Strategic Management)