Cross-cultural competence and management - setting the stage

@article{Fink2009CrossculturalCA,
  title={Cross-cultural competence and management - setting the stage},
  author={Gerhard Fink and Wolfgang Mayrhofer},
  journal={European J. of Cross-cultural Competence and Management},
  year={2009},
  volume={1},
  pages={42}
}
  • G. Fink, W. Mayrhofer
  • Published 25 June 2009
  • Sociology
  • European J. of Cross-cultural Competence and Management
At start up of our new journal we provide a frame of reference supporting reflections on the domain of cross-cultural competence and management and on future research. Referring to basic epistemological and ontological considerations, the article differentiates between various levels of analysis and gives examples for fruitful research avenues for these levels: 1 'classical' issues in cross-cultural competence and management research 2 the epistemology of a system with values, beliefs… 

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