MENA Journal of Cross-Cultural Management
- Editor in Chief
- Dr. Abderrahman Hassi
- ISSN online
- ISSN print
- 4 issues per year
The Middle East and North Africa region is experiencing rapid social, political and economic changes. Managers and researchers interested in this part of the world face particular challenges and issues. MJCCM aims at contributing to a better understanding of managerial practices and business cultures by providing readers with theoretical and practical insights stemming from the diverse countries of this region. MJCCM is the only journal that deals explicitly with cross-cultural management in the MENA region.
Topics covered include
- Culture and entrepreneurship
- National culture and organisational culture
- Culture and supply chain management
- Culture and human resource management
- Culture and decision making
- Culture and leadership
- Culture and change
- Culture and strategy
- Influence of culture on ethics and governance
- Culture and innovation
- Culture, economics and development
The primary objective of MJCCM is to contribute to applying theoretical insights and research methods to solve contemporary cross-cultural problems faced by international organisations and personnel in the MENA region. It also aims at supporting management research in the region, and providing readers with an updated overview of the local managerial practices from the MENA region. Researchers, academics and practitioners are encouraged to share their experience, knowledge and practices with both the local and international audiences, thereby contributing to continuous learning and organisational improvement.
MJCCM is a forum designed to contribute to informing managers, professionals, researchers, academics, students and policy makers about culturally specific business practices, norms and values in the MENA region.
MJCCM publishes empirical research, thorough literature review, conceptual papers, practitioner observations, case studies and book reviews that focus on cross-cultural management in the MENA region. The journal follows an international peer review process and accepts original and thorough papers using both qualitative and quantitative methodologies.
Editor in Chief
- Hassi, Abderrahman, Al Akhawayn University, Morocco
- Scherle, Nicolai, Iserlohn University, Germany
- Yeganeh, Hamid, Winona State University, USA
- Balambo, Mohamed Amine, Ibn Tofaîl University, Morocco
- Benjelloun, Hicham, Qatar University, Qatar
- Harcar, Talha, Penn State University, USA
- Barzantny, Cordula, Toulouse Business School, France
- Weir, David, York St. John University, UK
Editorial Board Members
- Akaaboune, Adil, Al Hosn University, United Arab Emirates
- Al-Abri, Salem, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
- Alabdulwahab, Sami, King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia
- Aouam, Tarik, Gent University, Belgium
- Dsouli, Ouarda, University of Northampton, UK
- Egel, Eleftheria, International University of Monaco, Monaco
- El Abboubi, Manal, FSJES Agdal Rabat University, Morocco
- El Mansour, Bassou, Indiana State University, USA
- Foucher, Roland, University of Quebec at Outaouais, Canada
- Guo, Xin (Michael), University of the West of Scotland, UK
- Habisch, André, Kath. Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany
- Harizi, Riadh, University of Bisha, Saudi Arabia
- Ismail, Ayman, American University in Cairo, Egypt
- Kerkoub, Ibrahim Azzedine, HEC Alger, Algeria
- Limamy, Khalid, Mohamed V University, Morocco
- Mashayekhi, Bita, University of Tehran, Iran
- Naji, Abdelhadi, Trois-Rivieres University, Canada
- Paché, Gilles, Aix-Marseille University, France
- Saad Shidwan, Osman, University of Khartoum, Sudan
- Sarker, Debashis, Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee, Bangladesh
- Termos, Ali, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
- Yahiaoui, Dorra, Kedge Business School, France
- Zamora Torres, América Ivonne, Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas y Empresariales, Mexico
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