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The rationalist school posits that as globalization gains momentum, management systems will converge, implying that culture plays a limited role. In contrast, the culturalist school suggests that managerial practices are an extension of a given country's traditions and are unique to that country....
This article explores the meaning of work patterns for working populations in two Chinese contexts, namely Hong Kong and Beijing. Five core meaning of work variables are measured and related to the socio-cultural and political-economic environments in the two locations. The analysis suggests some...