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Cross-Cultural Management Journal
Cross-Cultural Management (En)

Publishing House: Fundatia Română pentru Inteligenta Afacerii
Subject(s): Economy
Frequency: 2 issues
ISSN: 2286-0452
Status: Active

  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • Issue No. 1/XIV
  • Issue No. 2/XIV
  • Issue No. 1/XV
  • Issue No. 2/XV
  • Issue No. 1/XVI
  • Issue No. 2/XVI
  • Issue No. 1/XVII
  • Issue No. 2/XVII
  • Issue No. 1/XVIII
  • Issue No. 2/XVIII
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Short Description
As part of the actions FRIA (Romanian Foundation for Business Intelligence), appreciate the differences and relationships between the university sector and economic construction, sharing experiences and diversity. The Journal houses articles written by the authors from academia and business world or from the administrative field. Acceptance for publication is based on an anonymous and impartial selection procedure and rigorous evaluation of articles by our reviewers. The Journal encourages high scientific research that contributes to widening the horizon of knowledge in the field of management. Our Journal aims to become a prestigious forum for interdisciplinary debate, both at theoretical and practical research addressing relevant issues at national, regional and international level. Our vision To empower social and economic world to recognize, challenge, and take proactive approaches to diversity for the communities, nations and humanity as a whole. Our Mission The “Cross-Cultural Management Journal” is dedicated to supporting the needs of diverse student, staff and faculty communities on the on the one hand and economic sector on the other hand. Our mission is to create a learning environment in which the entire academic community and economic sector feels welcome. Within this charge, and in collaboration with existing universities, economic and social actors, the “Cross-Cultural Management Journal” priority is to provide programs and services to foster discussions on issues related to the creation of a cross-cultural conscious. Our Objectives At the national culture level: promotes understanding and use as leverage management of how national culture influences management practices; At the inter-organizational culture level: identifies cultural similarities and differences in various management practices and organizational and interorganizational contexts; aims to improve management performance; At the individual culture level: considers and investigates how the knowledge gained is used by individuals to interpret information from the environment, experience and to shape social behavior.