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The Routledge Companion to Cross-Cultural Management

Edited by: Nigel Holden , Snejina Michailova , Susanne Tietze

Print publication date:  May  2015
Online publication date:  April  2015

Print ISBN: 9780415858687
eBook ISBN: 9780203798706
Adobe ISBN: 9781135105709

10.4324/9780203798706
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Book description

This Routledge Companion provides a timely and authoritative overview of cross-cultural management as an academic domain and field of practice for academics and students. With contributions from over 60 authors from 20 countries, the book is organised in to five thematic areas:

  • Review, survey and critique
  • Language and languages: moving from the periphery to the core

  • Cross-cultural management research and education
  • The new international business landscape

  • Rethinking a multidisciplinary paradigm.

Edited by an international team of scholars and featuring contributions from a range of leading cross-cultural management experts, this prestigious volume represents the most comprehensive guide to the development and scope of cross-cultural management as an academic discipline.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Introduction: taking stock of critical issues and relevant topics in the field of cross-cultural management Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Cross-cultural management rising Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Towards a complex view of culture Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Cross-cultural management at a cross-roads? Download PDF
Chapter  5:  The Hofstede factor Download PDF
Chapter  6:  The impact of Japan on Western management Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Cross-cultural management Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Challenges in working across cultures Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Introduction: language and languages Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Cross-cultural management and language studies within international business research Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Researching supra- and sub-national contexts Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Multicultural and multilingual Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Multilinguaculturing Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Translation in cross-cultural management Download PDF
Chapter  15:  What do bicultural-bilinguals do in multinational corporations? Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Language diversity in management education Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Language-oriented human resource management practices in multinational companies Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Company linguistic identity and its metaphorical dimensions Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Introduction: cross-cultural management research and education Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Bridging etic and emic approaches in cross-cultural management research Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Beyond positivism Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Beyond West-centrism Download PDF
Chapter  23:  The present and future of cross-cultural management education in China Download PDF
Chapter  24:  The evolution of a cross-cultural perspective in Russian business education Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Intercultural encounters as socially constructed experiences Download PDF
Chapter  26:  In search of an international experience Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Introduction: the new business landscape Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Global innovation through cross-cultural collaboration Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Culture in the audit file Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Cyber-threats and cybersecurity challenges Download PDF
Chapter  31:  A nation of money and sheep Download PDF
Chapter  32:  The evolving world of the cross-cultural manager as a corporate and socio-political actor Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Under construction but open for business Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Transformational leadership Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Indian boundary spanners in cross-cultural and inter-organizational teamwork Download PDF
Chapter  36:  ‘Looking forward by looking back’ Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Introduction: rethinking a multidisciplinary paradigm in cross-cultural management research? Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Interdisciplinary research of cultural diversity Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Postcolonial feminist contributions to cross-cultural management Download PDF
Chapter  40:  What cross-cultural management doesn’t tell us Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Making sense of gender equality Download PDF
Chapter  42:  Reproducing self and the other Download PDF
Chapter  43:  Finns, Russians, and the smokescreen of ‘culture’ Download PDF
Chapter  44:  Management is back! Download PDF
Chapter  45:  A multi-paradigm analysis of cross-cultural encounters Download PDF
Author_index Download PDF
Subject_index Download PDF
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