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Foundations of Cross Cultural Management

Foundations of Cross Cultural Management

Four Volume Set
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June 2008 | 1 488 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
International studies of cultures and organizations continue to increase in significance. Cross Cultural Management gives researchers and academics access to classic works underlying current controversies in international organization studies. Scholars is this field require an understanding of the background readings of current work which can only be attained by being exposed to key publications in anthropology, economics, sociology and psychology. They also require exposure to influential early publications that have particularly focused on cross cultural and international issues in management. In short, this major will provide ready access to classic and contemporary materials that provide people interested in international organization studies and cross cultural management with the insight to understand current developments.
Introduction - The Foundations of Cross Cultural Management Research

M.F. Peterson and M. Soendergaard
Part 1: Universality and Cultural Specificity
A: The Need for Cross Cultural Research
The Parochial Dinosaur: Organizational science in a global context

The Clash of Civilizations

N. Boyacigiller and N.J. Adler
S.P. Huntington
B: The Basic Challenge of Cross-Cultural Research: Integrating Local Observations with General Theories
On Cross-Cultural Comparability

Views from Inside and Outside: Integrating emic and etic insights about culture and justice judgment

J.W. Berry
Emics and Etics for Organizational Studies: A lesson in contrast from linguistics

M.W. Morris, K. Leung, D. Ames and B. Lickel

M.F. Peterson and K.L. Pike

M.F. Peterson
International Collaboration in Organizational Behavior Research

M.F. Peterson
M.F. Peterson
C: Reviews of Early Cross Cultural Organizational Theory and Methods
On Looking at an Elephant: An evaluation of cross-cultural research related to organizations

Role of Subjective Culture in Organizations: A review and direction for future research

R.H. Roberts
A Typology of Management Studies Involving Culture

R.S. Bhagat and S.J. McQuaid
N.J. Adler
Part 2: Basic Social Science Theory Underlying Cross Cultural Management
A: The History of Cross Cultural Management Research
The Heritage of Cross Cultural Management Research: Implications for the Hofstede chair in cultural diversity

M.F. Peterson
B: Critical and Interpretive Anthropology Foundations
Coming of age in Samoa

The Relation of Habitual Thought and Behavior to Language

M. Mead
The Dance of Life: The other dimension of time

B.L. Whorf
E.T. Hall
C: Functional Anthropology Foundations
Dominant and Substitute Profiles of Cultural Orientation: Their significance for the analysis of social stratification

The Cross-Cultural Survey

F.R. Kluckhohn
The Functional Theory

George P. Murdock
B. Malinowski
D: Sociology and Economics Foundations

The Modern Western Institutional System

A. Giddens and D. Held
Toward a general theory of action

T. Parsons
T. Parsons and E.A. Shils
E: Psychology Foundations
National Character: The study of modal personality and sociocultural systems

The Theory of Organization and Change within Value-Attitude Systems

A. Inkeles and D.J. Levinson
Some Universals of Social Behavior

M. Rokeach
Business Drive and National achievement

H.C. Triandis
D.C. McClelland
F: Major Early Cross Cultural Management Projects
Postcript to "Industrialism and Industrial Man"

Cultural Patterns in the Role of the Manager

C. Kerr, J.T. Dunlop, F.H. Harbison and C.A. Myers
Organizational Goals and Expected Behavior among American, Japanese and Korean Managers - A Comparative Study

Haire, E.E. Ghiselli and L.W. Porter
Accelerated Managers' Objectives in Twelve Countries Industrial Relations

G.W. England and R. Lee
Worker Participation and Influence in Five Countries

B.M. Bass and L.A. Eldridge
Culture, Contingency, and Capitalism in the Cross-National Study of Organizations

M. Rosner, B. Kavcic, A.S. Tannenbaum, M. Vianello and G. Weiser
J. Child
Part 3: Culture's Consequences
A: Basic Themes: Dimensions and Levels
The Cultural Relativity of Organizational Practices and Theories

The Confucius Connection: From cultural roots to economic growth

G. Hofstede
Multilevel Research on Human Systems: Flowers, bouquets and gardens

G. Hofstede and M.H. Bond
G. Hofstede

B: Applications and Adaptations
The Effect of National Culture on the Choice of Entry Mode

Cultural Distance Revisited: Towards a more rigorous conceptualization and measurement of cultural differences

B. Kogut and H. Singh
Hofstede's Consequences: A study of reviews, citations and replications

O. Shenkar
A quarter Century of Culture's Consequences: A review of empirical research incorporating Hofstede's cultural values framework

M. Soendergaard
B.L. Kirkman, K.B. Lowe and C.B. Gibson
Part 4: Alternative Culture Dimension Projects
A: Alternative Dimensions
Modernization, Cultural Change, and the Persistence of Traditional Values

Identifying Culture-Specifics in the Content and Structure of Values

R. Inglehart and W.E. Baker
Cultural Dimensions at the Individual Level of Analysis: The cultural orientations framework

S.H. Schwartz and L. Sagiv
National Culture and the Values of Organizational eEployees: A dimensional analysis across 43 nations

M.L. Maznevski, C.B. Gomez, J.J. DiStefano, N.G. Noorderhaven and P.C. Wu
Cultural Values, Sources of Guidance and their Relevance to Managerial Behavior: A 47 Nation Study

P.B. Smith, S. Dugan and F. Trompenaars
Understanding Cultures and Implicit Leadership Theories: An introduction to Project GLOBE

P.B. Smith, Mark F. Peterson and Shalom H. Schwartz with Abd Halim Ahmad, Debo Akande, Jon Aarum Andersen, Sabino Ayestaran, Massimo Bellotto, Stephen Bochner, Victor Callan, Reka Czegledi, Carlos Davila, Bjorn Ekelund, Pierre-Henri François, Eduardo Gama
What did GLOBE Really Measure? Researchers' minds versus respondents' minds

R.J. House, M. Javidan, P. Hanges and P. Dorfman
G. Hofstede
B: Alternative Culture Boundaries
Does Subculture within a Country Matter? A cross-cultural study of motivational domains and business performance in Brazil

Intra-Cultural Variations: Evidence and implications for international business

T. Lenartowicz and K. Roth
Clustering Countries on Attitudinal Dimensions: A review and synthesis

K.Y. Au
S. Ronen and O. Shenkar
Part 5: Advances in Cross Cultural Psychology and Management Applications
A: Personality and Attitude Dimensions
Personality and Culture Revisited: Linking traits and dimensions of culture

Individualism: A Valid and important dimension of cultural differences between nations

G. Hofstede and R.R. McCrae
Cross Cultural Organizational Behavior.

U. Schimmack, S. Oishi and E. Diener
Locus of Control and Well-Being at wWork: How generalizable are Western findings?

M.J. Gelfand, M. Erez and Z. Aycan
P.E. Spector, C.L Cooper, J.I. Sanchez, M. O'Driscoll, K. Sparks and 25 coauthors.
B: Cognitive Structures and Processes
Culture and Systems of Thought: Holistic vs. analytic cognition

Social Axioms: The search for universal dimensions of general beliefs about how the world functions

R.E. Nisbett, K. Peng, I. Choi and A. Norenzayan
Cultural Influences on Cognitive Representations of Conflict: Interpretations of conflict episodes in the United States and Japan

K. Leung, M.H. Bond, S. Reimel de Carrasquel, C. Muñoz, M. Hernádez, F. Murakami, S. Yamaguchi, G. Bierbrauer and T.M. Singelis
M.J. Gelfand, L.H. Nishii, K.M. Holcombe, N. Dyer, K. Ohbuchi and M. Fukuno
Part 6: Cross Cultural Management Advances from Recent Anthropology, Qualitative and Multi-method Research
When Mickey Loses Face: Recontextualization, semantic fit, and the semiotics of foreignness

The Contexts of Knowing: Natural history of a globally distributed team

M.Y. Brannen
M. Baba, J. Gluesing, H. Ratner and K.H. Wagner.
Part 7: Cross Cultural Management Advances from Recent Sociology and Economics
A: Neo-institutional Theory
Adoption of an Organizational Practice by Subsidiaries of Multinational Corporations: Institutional and relational effects

Institutional Distance and the Multinational Enterprise

T. Kostova and K. Roth
D. Xu and O. Shenkar

B: Other Advances in Sociology and Economics
Organizational Structures in Japanese and U.S. Manufacturing

Social Capital in Multinational Corporations and a Micro-macro Model of its Formation

J. Lincoln, M. Hanada and K. McBride
The Iron Law of Fiefs: Bureaucratic failure and the problem of governance in the Chinese economic reforms

T. Kostova and K. Roth

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