I’ve just finished a chapter on Critical cross-cultural management studies for an edited book (Szkudlarek, B., Osland, J., Caprar, D. and Romani, L. (Eds) SAGE
Guest blog post by Henriett Primecz, Jasmin Mahadevan and Laurence Romani This is an abridged version of an editorial for a Special Issue International Journal
‘Autocracy is better than democracy’. How many cross-cultural management scholars would agree with this? Yet why should democracy be an aim of modern societies? Are
Cross-cultural management scholars question the universalism of management universals, yet ignore wider assumed societal universals that impact their work.
The need to study indigenousness and indigenous knowledge is growing in importance within cross-cultural management studies (Jack and Westwood, 2009) as emerging economies such as
I’m concerned that Management Studies as an applied social science lags behind the social sciences generally. It certainly does not provide a lead in any