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Researchers in the field of cross cultural research have highlighted the need to study one culture in depth particularly to understand the complex causes of behaviors those managers in a culture manifest. This article reports the conceptualization and measurement of the Indian personality...
Cross cultural research in occupational stress and coping has produced a wealth of knowledge. Although advances have been made, there are still problems to be solved. One of these problems is the confusion generated in the literature by researchers claiming that nation or country represents...
The aim of this study was to identify some structural and cultural barriers to employees' trust in management. Multilevel analyses of data from 160,577 employees in 46 countries suggested that job formalization is negatively associated with trust in management, especially in individualistic...
Studies of attitudes across countries generally rely on a comparison of aggregated mean scores to Likert-scale questions. This presupposes that when people complete a questionnaire, their answers are based on the substantive meaning of the items to which they respond. However, people's responses...
The present study looks into the organizational culture of a Brazilian company, concentrating on its main Brazilian branches as well as on its European, Latin American, Central American, North American and Asian branches, making a total sample of 36 cities and 1742 respondents. Results indicate...
Many researchers in the area of cross cultural management follow a structuralist and static conception of the culture construct. In this article, I outline a critique of this approach to culture and offer the concept of social capital as a potential corrective to the limitations of the...
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