*** New Guest Issue: Cross-Cultural Management Research ***


Dear Colleagues,


I welcome you to explore a new Guest Issue of International Studies of Management & Organization (2018, vol. 48, no. 3; ABS: 2*) – https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/mimo20/48/3?nav=tocList


Seven articles challenge the status quo in cross-cultural management research and its underlying assumptions:


Editorial: Fringe Voices in Cross-Cultural Management Research: Silenced and Neglected?


David Guttormsen (BI Norwegian Business School) & Jakob Lauring (Aarhus University)


Cross-Cultural Management Studies: State of the Field in the Four Research Paradigms


Laurence Romani (Stockholm School of Economics), Christoph Barmeyer (University of Passau), Henriett Primecz (Corvinus University of Budapest) & Katharina Pilhofer (Stockholm School of Economics)


Understanding Culture in International Management: Functionalism, Constructivism, and the Emerging Practice Turn


Jakob Lauring (Aarhus University), Toke Bjerregaard (Aarhus University) & Anders Klitm°ller (University of Southern Denmark)


Beyond Nation-state Thinking and other Stubborn Facts in Cross-cultural Research


Karsten Jonsen (IMD Lausanne)


Desilencing Complexities: Addressing Categorization in Cross-Cultural Management with Intersectionality and Relationality

Gundula LŘcke (Uppsala University), ┼sa-Karin Engstrand (Link÷ping University) & Lena Zander (Uppsala University)


Advancing Otherness and Othering of the Cultural Other during “Intercultural Encounters” in Cross-Cultural Management Research


David S. A. Guttormsen (BI Norwegian Business School)


Do We Understand Each Other? Discussing Academic Exchange from a Cross-Cultural Communication Perspective


Markus Kittler (MCI Management Center Innsbruck)



Best Wishes,

Guest Issue Co-Editors: David Guttormsen and Jakob Lauring


New publications:

*Guttormsen, DSA (2018), ‘Advancing Otherness and Othering of the cultural Other during ‘Intercultural Encounters’ in Cross-Cultural Management Research’, International Studies of Management & Organization, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 239-246.

*Guttormsen, DSA & Lauring, J (2018), ‘Fringe Voices in Cross-Cultural Management Research: Silenced and Neglected?’, International Studies of Management & Organization, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 314-332.

*Guttormsen, DSA, Francesco, AM & Chapman, M (2018), ‘Revisiting the Expatriate Failure Concept: a qualitative study of Scandinavian Expatriates in Hong Kong’, Scandinavian Journal of Management, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 117-128.

*Guttormsen, DSA (2018), ‘Does the ‘Non-Traditional Expatriate’ Exist?: a Critical Exploration of New Expatriation Categories’, Scandinavian Journal of Management vol. 34, no. 3, 233-244.


Dr David S. A. Guttormsen  |  Assistant Professor in International and Cross-Cultural Management

(PhD [Warwick], MPhil [Leeds], MA [UNSW], GradCert, BCom [Curtin], PGCert [Coventry], FHEA, AFHEA)


Department of Communication and Culture  |  BI Norwegian Business School  | 

Nydalsveien 37 |  N-0484 Oslo  |  Norway


Mobile: +47 464 10 118  |  Skype: DrDavidGuttormsen  | 

Switchboard: +47 464 10 00  |  www.bi.edu


Plenary Co- Chair  |  Research Methods & Research Practice (Strategic Interest Group 12), EURAM

Review and Editorial Board  | European Journal of International Management; Human Resource Development International

Lead Editor  |  Field Guide to Intercultural Research (Edward Elgar)

Guest Editor  |  International Studies of Management & Organization

External Associate  |  Warwick Business School

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