Multicultural Workgroups

Wolf, Joachim; Macharzina, Klaus
March 2002
Management International Review (MIR);2002 1st Quarter, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
Editorial. The authors introduced articles about multicultural workgroups published in the volume 42 of the journal. This includes Peter Lamb and Peter W. Liesch's article about an approach at re-framing the relationships between three constructs widely used in models of the firm's internationalization process; The results of Hemant Merchant's study indicating that abnormal returns increase when joint ventures were formed to undertake research and/or marketing activities; Research paper of M. Kamil Kozan investigating the influence of subcultures on the styles used during conflict; Review of the book "Entry and Co-operative Strategies in international Business Expansion," by Yadong Luo; The authors claim that the journal's publishing activities depend on voluntary efforts of several scholars who serve on the Editorial Board of as ad-hoc reviewers; The authors acknowledged individuals who devoted their time and expertise to review manuscripts for the journal.


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