Innovations in International and Cross-cultural Management

Innovations in International and Cross-cultural Management

By: P. Christopher Earley (author), Harbir Singh (author)Hardback

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Presenting cross-cultural research on a wide range of organizational topics, this book ranges from the individual to the macro level. Among the issues examined are: organizational trust in international settings; HRM issues in international joint ventures; developing strategic advantage across borders; and social partnerships for sustainable growth.

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Introduction - P Christopher Earley and Habir Singh New Approaches to International and Cross-Cultural Management Research PART ONE: MICRO-ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACHES Beliefs About Values, Status, and Legitimacy in Multicultural Groups - Elizabeth C Ravlin, David C Thomas and Arzu Ilsev Influences on Intra-Group Conflict Missing Relations - Michael W Morris, Joel M Podolny and Sheira Ariel Incorporating Relational Constructs into Models of Culture The Cultural Metaphor - Martin J Gannon and Pino G Audia A Grounded Method for Analyzing National Cultures Strategic Human Resource Management in International Joint Ventures - J Michael Geringer and Colette A Frayne PART TWO: MESO-ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACHES Extending Agency Theory with Event Management and Foreign Direct Investment Theories - Mark F Peterson, Carlos L Rodriguez and Peter B Smith US Investments in Brazilian Banks Strategic Social Partnership for Change - Cathy A Enz, Crist Inman and Melenie J Lankau A Framework for Building Sustainable Growth in Developing Countries PART THREE: MACRO-ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACHES Examining Inter-Firm Trust and Relationships in a Cross-National Setting - Jeffrey H Dyer Replication of Keiretsu in the United States - Sea Jin Chang Transfer of Interorganizational Network Through Direct Investment Toward a Model of Accelerating Organizational Change - Thomas W Malnight Evidence from the Globalization Process Strategic Colonialism in Unfamiliar Cultures - Elaine Mosakowski Overcoming Extreme Forms of Casual Ambiguity Internationally Time-Zone Economies and Managerial Work in a Global World - Srilata Zaheer

Product Details

  • publication date: 10/08/2000
  • ISBN13: 9780761912347
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 384
  • ID: 9780761912347
  • weight: 617
  • ISBN10: 0761912347

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