Terence Jackson is a critical social science scholar working in the area of cross-cultural management and organisation with a special interest in knowledge from Africa. Currently working on projects on the development implications of China in Africa; on the cultural and enterprise implications of indigenous knowledge and practice in the informal economy in Africa in the age of social media; and, with an ongoing critical interest in the role of international development and NGO cross-cultural management.


I am Emeritus Professor of Cross-Cultural Management at Middlesex University Business School, London and Visiting Professor in the Department of Management at Rhodes University, South Africa. I have also held visiting professorships in the Department of Development Studies at Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa and at the Open University Business School, UK.

I am Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Cross Cultural Management (London: Sage)

This website and blog is about my work, and resources for those sharing similar interests.


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Mainstreaming Cross Cultural Management Studies Through Inclusive Scholarship

Call for papers for a special issue of International Journal of Cross Cultural Management

We invite articles that address the relevance of cross-cultural management scholarship to broader streams of management and organization, which incorporate inclusive and critical approaches and which contribute significantly to the social and behavioral sciences as a whole…….More Information

Submission deadline: October 31, 2018

Decisions: January 31, 2019

Expected publication: from April 2019

Special Editors

Frederik Claeyè (Lille Catholic University, France)

Terence Jackson (Middlesex University, UK and Rhodes University, South Africa)

Henriett Primecz (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary)

Vasyl Taras (University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA)

Shuming Zhao (Nanjing University, China)




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