As social scientists we are interested in societal issues and how to address them and solve them. There is no bigger issue on a global scale today than the pandemic caused by the new strain of coronavirus. It is an international issue that has to be managed at an international, national and local level, ideally in cooperation and coordination. As cross-cultural management scholars we may be able to help.
Cross-cultural management studies provides a critical voice within the social sciences, or at least it should do. Since the inception of this sub-field of management,
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
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Have you ever read a book and thought ‘I wish I’d written that’. Well, Jasmin Mahadevan’s book A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap
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