International and Cross-Cultural Management Research addresses the particular characteristics of international management research, including the important role of culture. A key introduction provides a comprehensive overview of the major issues and different approaches to international management research. The book offers a typology of research designs in international management, and shows the role culture plays in such designs. Also discussed are the theories and paradigms that serve international and cross-cultural management research. Throughout, the author provides numerous illustrative examples from key empirical studies.
The Role of Language and Intellectual Styles in Cross-Cultural Comparisons
Design and Implementation of Cross-Cultural Research in Management
Methodological Issues in Cross-Cultural Management Research
Strategies for Improving the Relevance of Cross-Cultural Research in Management