THE APPLICABILITY OF WIDELY EMPLOYED FRAMEWORKS IN CROSS-CULTURAL MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Author(s): DR. HAMID YEGANEH
College of Business, Winona State University
hyeganeh@winona.edu
DR. ZHAN SU
Faculté des sciences de l\\\'administration Université Laval
DR. DANIEL SAUERS
College of Business, Winona State University
Journal: Journal of Academic Research in Economics
Volume: VOLUME 1 (1)
Year: 2009
Full text: http://www.jare-sh.com/
Publisher: Spiru Haret University - Faculty of Accounting and Financial Management, Constanta

Abstract. This article aims to analyze and assess the applicability of widely employed frameworks in cross-cultural management research. First, some criteria are conceptualized and then, eight cultural frameworks are examined and their relevance with respect to defined criteria is determined. At the end, all cultural frameworks are compared, their overall applicability is assessed, and suggestions for empirical research are presented. Results and discussion might be useful not only in applying cultural typologies, but also in improving existing frameworks. (pp. 1-24)

Keywords: culture, cross cultural management, cultural dimensions, cultural frameworks

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