European Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management
- Editor in Chief
- Prof. Fabrizio Maimone
- ISSN online
- ISSN print
- 4 issues per year
EJCCM is the official scholarly publication of the International Association of Cross-Cultural Management and Competence (IACCM). It aims to widen and deepen discussion about issues regarding the influence of cultural differences and diversity on the management of organisations of all kinds. Of particular relevance is the question of how culture affects both managers and decision-makers in situations involving the cross-cultural transfer of knowledge, values and experiences. The scope of EJCCM is further widened by close cooperation with SIETAR Austria and SIETAR Europa.
Topics covered include
- Multinational work teams
- Inter-/cross-cultural careers
- Inter-/cross-cultural management
- Inter-/cross-cultural knowledge management
- Inter-/cross-cultural communication and relationship management
- Inter-/cross-cultural issues in international business
- Total submersion: expatriates/internationals and cultural re-entry problems
- Inter-/cross-cultural competence and cultural intelligence
- Global shifts in values and norms; tectonics of cultural change
- Professional identities and organisational evolution: new individualism paradoxes
- New methods of cultural comparison
- Intercultural training methodology
EJCCM covers the broad field of cross-cultural research with special reference to management in practice. One of its main objectives is the establishment of a platform for the discussion of cultural issues in modern business across disciplines and cultures. In the spirit of its founding organisation, EJCCM encourages contributions from different fields of science dealing with the interrelations and links between culture, personality and patterns of behaviour; with the effects of culture and cultural differences on intercultural interactions and of interactions on cultural difference; with learning from successful and not so successful intercultural action; with strategies of cultural adjustment and hybridisation; and with cultural distinction and separation. The journal explicitly encourages papers about the dynamics of cross-cultural interactions during transition in East, Central and South East Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Newly Independent States.
EJCCM offers insights into the effects of culture on business in a globalised world, which are relevant for academics in business studies, social science and other fields of science dealing with culture, intercultural trainers and educators, as well as business people working internationally. While the title of the journal puts a clear emphasis on studies from a European perspective, distinct non-European perspectives are highly welcome, too.
EJCCM publishes original papers, case studies, book reviews, and management and conference reports. In its Practitioner´s Corner, applied and practical contributions are included which are of particular relevance for educators, trainers and business people working in an international and multicultural context. Special Issues devoted to new developments in the field and other important topics in cultural research are encouraged.
EJCCM is indexed in:
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- Asian Digital Library
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Editor in Chief
- Maimone, Fabrizio, Libera Università Maria Ss. Assunta, Italy
Chief Editorial Advisor
- Tung, Rosalie L., Simon Fraser University, Canada
- Nava, Maria Rosaria, LUMSA University, Italy
Regional Editor Australasia
- Sinclair, Marta, Griffith University, Australia
Regional Editor Central and South America
- García de la Torre, Consuelo, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico
Regional Editor Middle East and North Africa
- Aliane, Nadir, King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia
Editorial Board Members
- Altman, Yochanan, Middlesex University, UK
- Barmeyer, Christoph, Lehrstuhl für Interkulturelle Kommunikation Universität Passau, Germany
- Bell, Roger-Matthew, ESADE, Spain
- Brueck, Frank, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria
- Calvelli, Adriana, Universitá Pathenope, Italy, Italy
- Calza, Francesco, Università di Napoli, Italy
- Cannavale, Chiara, Università degli studi di Napoli Parthenope, Italy
- Chudzikowski, Katharina, University of Bath, UK
- Claes, Marie-Therese, ICHEC, Belgium
- Covarrubias Venegas, Barbara, SIETAR Austria and University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication, Austria
- Della Piana, Bice, University of Salerno and Institute for Cross Cultural Management, Italy
- Eberhardt, Christian Johann, Ray & Berndtson Central and Eastern Europe, Austria
- Eisenberg, Jacob, University College Dublin, Ireland
- Erten, Christiane, WU Wien, Austria
- Fells, Ray, University of Western Australia, Australia
- Franklin, Peter, Konstanz University of Applied Sciences, Germany
- Giannini, Marco, University of Pisa, Italy
- Hößler, Ulrich, University of Regensburg, Germany
- Hajro, Aida, Brunel University, UK
- Hanappi-Egger, Edeltraud, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
- Hauser, Michael, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Austria
- Hernandez, S. Robert, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
- Hofmeister Toth, Agnes, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
- Horacek, Georg, OMV AG, Austria
- Javidan, Mansour, University of Calgary, Canada
- Kainzbauer, Astrid, Mahidol University, Thailand
- Lee, Hyun-jung, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
- Lilach, Sagiv, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
- Malizia, Pierfranco, LUMSA University, Italy
- Maslov, Vladimir, Moscow State University, Russian Federation
- Michailova, Snejina, The University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand
- Migliore, Laura Ann, University of Phoenix, USA
- Mikova, Katarina, Matej Bel University, Slovakia
- Morley, Michael J., University of Limerick, Ireland
- Möslein, Kathrin, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
- Odrakiewicz, Peter, Poznan University, Poland
- Paik, Yongsun, Loyola Marymount University, USA
- Popova, Juliana, University of Rousse, Bulgaria
- Profili, Silvia, Università Europea di Roma and LUISS Business School, Italy
- Rathmayr, Renate, Vienna University of Economics and Business Adminstration, Austria
- Ravazzani, Silvia, Aarhus University, Denmark
- Risberg, Annette, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
- Sackmann, Sonja, University Bw Munich, Germany
- Sammarra, Alessia, Università dell'Aquila and LUISS Business School, Italy
- Scheitza, Alexander, RADIUS Communication & Intercultural Cooperation, Germany
- Schmid, Stefan, University of Regensburg, Germany
- Stavrou, Eleni, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
- Stelzl, Monika, St. Thomas University, Canada
- Sumilo, Erika, University of Latvia, Latvia
- Søndergaard, Mikael, University of Aarhus, Denmark
- Tarba, Shlomo Y., University of Birmingham, UK
- Thomas, David, Simon Fraser University, Canada
- Vadi, Maaja, University of Tartu, Estonia
- Vance, Charlie, Loyola Marymount University, USA
- Wallis, Steve, Capella University, USA
- Warter, Iulian, Center for Socio-Economic Studies and Multiculturalism (Iasi), Romania
- Weber, Yaakov, College of Management, Israel
- Yolles, Maurice, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
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International business research is interesting
19 February, 2019
Snejina Michailova of The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand and Nigel Holden of Leeds University Business School, UK, offer the intriguing question: How can research on culture in international business be made more interesting? Writing in the European Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management, they suggest that an oft-overlooked aspect of business research is its potential for "interestingness". They suggest that this is a curious omission from existing reviews and analyses [...]More details...