Cross-National, Cross-Cultural Organizational Behavior Research: Advances, Gaps, and Recommendations

@article{Tsui2007CrossNationalCO,
  title={Cross-National, Cross-Cultural Organizational Behavior Research: Advances, Gaps, and Recommendations},
  author={Anne S. Tsui and Sushil S. Nifadkar and Amy Yi Ou},
  journal={Journal of Management},
  year={2007},
  volume={33},
  pages={426 - 478}
}
The advent of the 21st century has witnessed an increasing interest in developing knowledge of international management to meet the needs of global business development. To take stock of the progress in organizational behavior research with national culture as the major explanatory variable, the authors analyzed 93 empirical studies published in the 16 leading management journals from 1996 to 2005. This analysis shows some advances but also identifies many gaps in both theory and methods. They… 

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