Climate and Work Values

@article{Kwon2012ClimateAW,
  title={Climate and Work Values},
  author={Jongwook Kwon and Chuanxuan Shan},
  journal={Management International Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={52},
  pages={541-564}
}
A comparison among Chinese employees in three different climatic areas revealed different scores on five work values of Hofstede’s model.With regard to power distance, temperate regions showed greater scores than colder-than-temperate and hotter-than-temperate regions. In terms of masculinity, the results showed that temperate regions have greater scores than colder-than temperate and hotter-than-temperate regions. Regarding collectivism, hotter-than-temperate regions also showed a higher… 

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