Volume 1, Issue 1 (April 2001 )
Volume 1, Issue 2 (August 2001 )
Volume 1, Issue 3 (December 2001 )

Volume 2, Issue 1 (April 2002 )
Volume 2, Issue 2 (August 2002 )
Volume 2, Issue 3 (December 2002 )

Volume 3, Issue 1 (April 2003 )
Volume 3, Issue 2 (August 2003 )
Volume 3, Issue 3 (December 2003 )

Volume 4, Issue 1 (April 2004 )
Volume 4, Issue 2 (August 2004 )
Volume 4, Issue 3 (December 2004 )

Volume 5, Issue 1 (April 2005 )
Volume 5, Issue 2 (August 2005 )
Volume 5, Issue 3 (December 2005 )

Volume 6, Issue 1 (April 2006 )







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1 Issue 1 (April 2001)


Special Commentary: The Study of Cross-cultural Management and Organization- Past, Present and Future:

Geert Hofstede, Culture's Recent Consequences: Using Dimension Scores in Theory and Research

Harry C. Triandis, The Study of Cross-Cultural Management and Organization: The Future

Peter B. Smith, The End of the Beginning?

Michael Harris Bond, Ping Ping Fu and Selda Fikret Pasa, A Declaration of Independence for Editing a New International Journal of Cross Cultural Management?


Harry Triandis, Peter Carnevale, Michele Gelfand, Christopher Robert, S. Arzu Wasti, Tahira Probst, Emiko S. Kashima, Thalia Dragonas, Darius Chan, Xiao Ping Chen, Uichol Kim, Carston de Dreu, Evert van de Vliert, Sumiko Iwao, Ken-Ichi Ohbuchi and Paul Schmitz, Culture and Deception in Business Negotiations: A Multilevel Analysis

Niels G Noorderhaven and Bassirou Tidjani, Culture, Governance and Economic Performance: An Exploratory Study with a Special Focus on Africa

Nigel Holden, Why Globalizing with a Conservative Corporate Culture Inhibits Localization of Management: The Telling Case of Matsushita Electric


Monir Tayeb, Conducting Research Across Cultures: Overcoming Drawbacks and Obstacles

Yahuda Baruch, Global or North American? A Geographical Comparative Analysis of Publication in Top Management Journals







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1 Issue 2 (August 2001)

Nailin Bu, Timothy J. Craig & T. K. Peng, Acceptance of Supervisory Direction in Typical Workplace Situations: a Comparison of US, Taiwanese and PRC employees

Thomas C. Taveggia and Lourdes-Santos Nieves Gibboney, Cross Cultural Adjustment: A Test of the 'Uncertainty Reduction Prinviple'

Jan Selmer, Who Wants an Expatriate Business Career? In Search of the Cosmopolitan Manager

Miguel Pina e Cunha and Joao Vieira da Cunha, Managing Improvisation in Cross-Cultural Virtual Teams

Lrong Lim, Work-related Values of Malays and Chinese Malaysians

Alexander Ardichvili and Alexander Gasparishvili, Social-cultural Values,  Internal Work Culture and Leadership Styles in Four Post- communist Countries: Russia, Georgia, Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1 Issue 3 (December 2001)

Anil Mathur, Yong Zhang and James P. Neelankavil, Critical Managerial Motivational Factors: A Cross Cultural Analysis of Four Culturally Divergent Countries

Semra F. Ascigil and Margaret Ryan, Perceptions of Decision making and their Effect on Participation in an International Context

Oana Branzei, Ilan Vertinsky, Takuya Takahashi and Weijiong Zhang, Corporate Environmentalism Across Cultures: A Comparative Field Study of Chinese and Japanese Executives

Sid Lowe, In the kingdom of the Blind, the One-eyed Man is King

Pawan S. Budhwar and Naresh Khatri, HRM in Context: Applicability of HRM Models in India

Yan Ling and Gary N. Powell, Work-Family Conflict in Contemporary China: Beyond an American-based Model







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2 Issue 1 (April 2002)

Mark F. Peterson and Kenneth L. Pike, Emics and Etics for Organizational Studies: A Lesson in Contrast from Linguistics

Johann Franke & Nigel Nicholson, Whom Shall We Send? Cultural and Other Influences on the Rating of the Selection Criteria for Expatriate Assignments

Jan Selmer, To Train or not to Train? European Expatriate Managers in China

Dov Elizur and Fany Malin Tchaikovsky, Achievement Motive of Brasilian, Israeli, and USA Managers

Kay C. Tan and Hsien H. Khoo, The Relevance of Confucianism to National Quality Awards in Southeast Asia

Reva Berman Brown and Mary Fouad Ataalla, Cross Cultural Perspective of Expatriate Managers Working in Egypt

Anne-Marie Soderberg and Nigel Holden, Rethinking Cross Cultural Management in a Globalising Business World







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2 Issue 2 (August 2002)

Meni Koslowsky, Abraham Sagie, and Shmuel Stashevsky, Introduction: Cultural Relativism and Universalism in Organizational Behaviors

Sanjay T. Menon and Linley C. Hartmann, Generalizability of Menon's Empowerment Scale: Replication and Extension with Australian Data

Moshe Banai, A Test of Etzioni's Control-Compliance Model in Israeli Kibbutzim

Zhenzhong Ma, Xiaoyun Wang, Alfred Jaeger, Troy Anderson, Yihua Wang, and David Saunders, Individual Perception, Bargaining Behavior, and Negotiation Outcomes: A Comparison Across Two Countries

Sharon Glazer and Terry A. Beehr, Similarities and Differences in Human Values between Nurses in Four Countries

Oana Branzei, Cultural Explanations of Individual Preferences for Influence Tactics in Cross Cultural Encounters

Boas Shamir and Yael Melnik, Boundary Permeability as a Cultural Dimension: A Study of Cross Cultural Working Relations between Americans and Israelis in High-Tech Organizations

Sudhir Kakar, Shveta Kakar, Manfed F.R. KetsdeVries, and Pierre Vrignaud, Leadership in Indian Organizations from a Comparative Perspective

Samir R. Chatterjee and Cecil A.L. Pearson, Work Goals of Asian Managers: Field Evidence from Singapore, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Brunei, and Mongolia







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2 Issue 3 (December 2002)

Martha L. Maznevski, Carolina B. Gomez, Joseph J. DiStefano, Niels G. Noorderhaven, and Pei-Chuan Wu, Cultural Dimensions at the Individual Level of Analysis: The Cultural Orientations Framework

Chantell E. Nicholls, Mitchell G. Rothstein, and Andrea Bourne, Predicting Expatriate Work Attitudes: The Impact of Cognitive Closure and Adjustment Competencies

Xiaoyun Wang, Expatriate Adjustment from a Social Network Perspective: Theoretical Examination and a Conceptual Model

Norman D. Glick, The Relationship between Cross Cultural Experience and Training, and Leader Effectiveness in the US Foreign Service

Haretsebe Manwa and Neil Black, Influence of Organizational Culture on Female and Male Upward Mobility into Middle and Senior Managerial Positions: Zimbabwean Banks and Hotels







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3 Issue 1 (April 2003)

Catherine T. Kwantes, Organizational Citizenship and Withdrawal Behaviors in the USA and India: Does Commitment Make a Difference?

Amy E. Randel, The Salience of Culture in Multinational Teams and its Relation to Team Citizenship Behavior

Angelika Zimnermann, David Holman, and Paul Sparrow, Unravelling Adjustment Mechanisms: Adjustment of German Expatriates to Intercultural Interactions, Work, and Living Conditions in the People's Republic of China

Olukemi O. Sawyerr, Bahman P. Ebrahimi, and Vivienne W.M. Luk, Environment, Executive Information Search Activities, and Firm Performance: A Comparative Study of Hong Kong and Nigerian Decision-makers

Clive J. Fullagar, H. Canan Sumer, Magnus Sverke, and Renee Slick, Managerial Sex-Role Stereotyping: A Cross Cultural Analysis

Shaista E. Khilji, `To Adapt or Not to Adapt': Exploring the Role of National Culture in HRM - A Study of Pakistan







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3 Issue 2 (August 2003)

Robert Westwood and Peter Lok, The Meaning of Work in Chinese Contexts: A Comparative Study

Xu Huang and Evert Van de Vliert, Comparing Work Behaviors Across Cultures: A Cross-Level Approach Using Multilevel Modeling

Catherine H. Tinsley and Elizabeth Weldon, Responses to a Normative Conflict among American and Chinese Managers

Jan Selmer and Alicia S.M. Leung, Personal Characteristics of Female vs Male Business Expatriates

Burhan F. Yavas and Fahimeh Rezayat, The Impact of Culture on Managerial Perceptions of Quality

Robert Westwood and David R. Low, The Multicultural Muse: Culture, Creativity and Innovation

Rajen K. Gupta, Book Review







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3 Issue 3 (December 2003)

Steven Poelmans, Editorial: The Multi-Level ‘Fit’ Model of Work and Family

Steven Poelmans, Paul E. Spector, Cary L. Cooper, Tammy D. Allen, Michael O’Driscoll, and Juan I. Sanchez, A Cross-National Comparative Study of Work/Family Demands and Resources

Karen Korabik, Donna S. Lero, and Roya Ayman, A Multi-Level Approach to Cross Cultural Work-Family Research: A Micro and Macro Perspective

Janice R. W. Joplin, Margaret A. Shaffer, Anne Marie Francesco, and Theresa Lau, The Macro-Environment and Work-Family Conflict: Development of a Cross Cultural Comparative Framework

Pascale Peters and Laura den Dulk, Cross Cultural Differences in Managers’ Support for Home-Based Telework: A Theoretical Elaboration

Tony Fang, A Critique of Hofstede’s Fifth National Culture Dimension

Kamel Mellahi and Geoffrey T. Wood, From Kinship to Trust: Changing Recruitment Practices in Unstable Political Contexts







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4 Issue 1 (April 2004)

Jun Yan and Ritch L. Sorenson, The Influence of Confucian Ideology on Conflict in Chinese Family Business

Tomoko Masumoto, Learning to ‘DoTime’ in Japan: A Study of US Interns in Japanese Organizations

Rajesh Kumar, Brahmanical Idealism, Anarchical Individualism, and the Dynamics of Indian Negotiating Behavior

Barbara Myloni, Anne-Wil Harzing, and Hafiz Mirza, Human Resource Management in Greece: Have the Colours of Culture Faded Away?

Chris Carr and Simon Harris, The Impact of Diverse National Values on Strategic Investment Decisions in the Context of Globalization

Ton van Nimwegen, Joseph Soeters, and Henk van Luijk, Managing Values and Ethics in an International Bank

Amit Gupta, Book Review







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4 Issue 2 (August 2004)

Sanjay T. Menon, In Memoriam: Professor Abraham (Rami) Sagie (1947-2003)

Sanjay T. Menon, Introduction to ISSWOV Special Section: Culture’s Consequences for 21st Century Research and Practice

Shaista E. Khilji, Whither Tradition?: Evidence of Generational Differences in HR Satisfaction from Pakistan

Shimon L. Dolan, Miriam Díez-Piñol, MariLuz Fernández-Alles, Antonio Martín-Prius, and Salustiano Martínez-Fierro, Exploratory Study of within-Country Differences in Work and Life Values: The Case of Spanish Business Students

Dana Mesner Andolsek and Janez Stebe, Multinational Perspectives on Work Values and Commitment

Miguel R. Olivas-Luján, Anne-Wil Harzing, and Scott McCoy, September 11, 2001: Two Quasi-Experiments on the Influence of Threats on Cultural Values and Cosmopolitanism

Jill Kickul, Scott W. Lester, and Elizabeth Belgio, Attitudinal and Behavioral Outcomes of Psychological Contract Breach: A Cross Cultural Comparison of the United States and Hong Kong Chinese

Alexei V. Matveev and Paul E. Nelson, Cross Cultural Communication Competence and Multicultural Team Performance: Perceptions of American and Russian Managers







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4 Issue 3 (December 2004)

Mats Alvesson, Mary Yoko Brannen, Mary Jo Hatch, Gustav Jahoda, and Lena Zander, Editorial: Dialogue on Identifying Culture

Lena Zander and Laurence Romani, When Nationality Matters: A Study of Departmental, Hierarchical, Professional, Gender and Age-based Employee Groupings’ Leadership Preferences across 15 Countries

D. Douglas Caulkins, Identifying Culture as a Threshold of Shared Knowledge: A Consensus Analysis Method

Catherine T. Kwantes and Cheryl A. Boglarsky, Do Occupational Groups Vary in Expressed Organizational Culture Preferences?: A Study of Six Occupations in the United States

Carin Holmquist and Håkan Boter, Identifying Cultural Bases in Different Organizational Contexts: Case Studies of Three Swedish Multinational Companies

Sonja A. Sackmann and Margaret E. Phillips, Contextual Influences on Culture Research: Shifting Assumptions for New Workplace Realities







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5 Issue 1 (April 2005)

Peter B. Smith, Mark F. Peterson, Abd Halim Ahmad, Debo Akande, Jon Aarum Andersen, Sabino Ayestaran, Massimo Bellotto, Stephen Bochner, Victor Callan, Carlos Davila, Bjorn Ekelund, Pierre-Henri François, Gert Graversen, Charles Harb, Jorge Jesuino, Aristotle Kantas, Lyudmila Karamushka, Paul Koopman, Kwok Leung, Pavla Kruzela, Sigmar Malvezzi, Andrew Mogaji, Shahrenaz Mortazavi, John Munene, Ken Parry, T. K. Peng, Betty Jane Punnett, Mark Radford, Arja Ropo, Sunita Sadhwani, Jose Saiz, Grant Savage, Ritch Sorenson, Erna Szabo, Punyacha Teparakul, Aqeel Tirmizi, Sevda Tsvetanova, Conrad Viedge, Carolyn Wall, Zhong Ming Wang, and Vladimir Yanchuk, Demographic Effects on the Use of Vertical Sources of Guidance by Managers in Widely Differing Cultural Contexts

Ronald Fischer, Maria Cristina Ferreira, Eveline Maria Leal Assmar, Paul Redford, and Charles Harb, Organizational Behaviour across Cultures: Theoretical and Methodological Issues for Developing Multi-level Frameworks Involving Culture

Jun Yan and James G. Jerry Hunt, A Cross Cultural Perspective on Perceived Leadership Effectiveness

Louise Tourigny, Vishwanath V. Baba, and Terri R. Lituchy, Job Burnout among Airline Employees in Japan: A Study of the Buffering Effects of Absence and Supervisory Support

Richard W. Brislin, Brent MacNab, Reginald Worthley, Florencio Kabigting, Jr, and Bob Zukis, Evolving Perceptions of Japanese Workplace Motivation: An Employee-Manager Comparison

Alexandre Ardichvili, The Meaning of Working and Professional Development Needs of Employees in a Post-Communist Country







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5 Issue 2 (August 2005)

K. Praveen Parboteeah, James W. Bronson, and John B. Cullen, Does National Culture Affect Willingness to Justify Ethically Suspect Behaviors?: A Focus on the GLOBE National Culture Scheme

Christine Vallaster, Cultural Diversity and Its Impact on Social Interactive Processes: Implications from an Empirical Study

Richard A. Posthuma, Janice R.W. Joplin, and Carl P. Maertz, Jr, Comparing the Validity of Turnover Predictors in the United States and Mexico

Alicia S.M. Leung, Emotional Intelligence or Emotional Blackmail: A Study of a Chinese Professional-service Firm

Hwee Hoon Tan and Dave Chee, Understanding Interpersonal Trust in a Confucian-influenced Society: An Exploratory Study

Anne-Wil Harzing, Does the Use of English-language Questionnaires in Cross-national Research Obscure National Differences?

Anne-Wil Harzing, Book Review: Crossing Cultures: Insights from Master Teachers







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5 Issue 3 (December 2005)

Xiangyang Liu and Margaret A. Shaffer, An Investigation of Expatriate Adjustment and Performance: A Social Capital Perspective

Svjetlana Madzar, Subordinates' Information Inquiry in Uncertain Times: A Cross Cultural Consideration of Leadership Style Effect

Sungu Armagan and Manuel Portugal Ferreira, The Impact of Political Culture on Firms' Choice of Exploitation–Exploration Internationalization Strategy

Tali Shimoni, Simcha Ronen, and Ilan Roziner, Predicting Expatriate Adjustment: Israel as a Host Country

Yong-Jin Song, Claudia L. Hale, and Nagesh Rao, Cultural Perspectives : The South Korean Chief Negotiator: Balancing Traditional Values and Contemporary Business Practices

Huadong Yang, Evert Van de Vliert, and Kan Shi, Cultural Perspectives : Siding in a Workplace Dispute in China: The Impact of Legitimacy, Sanction, and Guanxi

Muayyad M. Jabri, Commentaries and Critical Articles : Text–context Relationships and Their Implications for Cross Cultural Management







CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6 Issue 1 (April 2006)

Terence Jackson and Zeynep Aycan, Editorial: From Cultural Values to Cross Cultural Interfaces

Markus Pudelko, Chris Carr, Gerhard Fink, and Paul Wentges, Editorial for the Special Section: The Convergence Concept in Cross Cultural Management Research

Simon Ulrik Kragh and Malene Djursaa, Modernization and Management: Business School Teaching across Countries

Charles M. Vance, Strategic Upstream and Downstream Considerations for Effective Global Performance Management

Nancy K. Napier, Cross Cultural Learning and the Role of Reverse Knowledge Flows in Vietnam

Chris Carr and Markus Pudelko, Convergence of Management Practices in Strategy, Finance and HRM between the USA, Japan and Germany

Joyce L.T. Leong, Michael Harris Bond, and Ping Ping Fu, Perceived Effectiveness of Influence Strategies in the United States and Three Chinese Societies

Morris Kalliny, Kevin W. Cruthirds, and Michael S. Minor, Differences between American, Egyptian and Lebanese Humor Styles: Implications for International Management