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The interaction of people from different countries and cultures around the world is the domain of the cross-cultural management field. Today, crosscultural management seems to have been assimilated in the knowledge base of management scholars and is defined by a set of distinguishing features. However, in order to deepen our understanding of cross-cultural management, we need to take stock of, and organize, the huge amount of knowledge produced to date by management scholars dealing with cross-cultural management issues. Accordingly, the ultimate goal of this book is to unveil the mosaic of cross-cultural management, a mosaic of words and concepts that has developed over the last about five decades. As a result of our journey, we don’t expect that the concept of cross-cultural management will be completely revised. However, it will appear richer and sharper, thus allowing the reader to more effectively understand it as a part of that large network of interconnected concepts to which we all label “knowledge”.
Cap. 1 - The Growing Attention to the Cross-Cultural Perspective in Management Studies
Cap. 2 - The Explanation of Cultural Differences in Organizational Behavior
Cap. 3 - Old, New, and Enduring Themes in Cross-Cultural Studies
Cap. 4 - The Importance of Computational Linguistics for Management Scholars
Cap. 5 - Semantic Interconnections Inside the Core Themes
Cap. 6 - Semantic Expansion: From ‘Cross-Cultural’ to ‘Global’
Cap. 7 - Towards New Searching Strategies in Management Studies
Antonio Capaldo, Bice Della Piana, Mario Monteleone e Bruno S. Sergi
Antonio Capaldo, Ph.D. in Strategy and Organization, is an Associate Professor of Business Administration at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan and Rome (Italy).
Bice Della Piana, Ph.D. in Public Administration, is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration at the University of Salerno (Italy).
Mario Monteleone, Ph.D. in Computational Linguistics, is an Assistant Professor of General and Computational Linguistics at the University of Salerno (Italy).
Bruno S. Sergi, Ph.D. in Economics, teaches International Economics at the University of Messina (Italy) and is currently a senior fellow at Harvard University’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies.