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Barney School's Naoumova Publishes Cross-Cultural Management Article


Posted 05/14/2018
Category: Accolades

Barney School of Business Professor of Management Irina Noaumova's forthcoming publication “An Empirical Test of the Trichotomy of Values Crossvergence Theory,” will appear in Asia Pacific Journal of Management, an “A” management journal.  

Abstract: This study investigates the nature of values crossvergence of business professionals in four countries over a two-decade period (1992-2011). Our findings indicate that values orientations across the Chinese, Japanese and American professionals have been fairly consistent (static) or have become more similar (conforming). Conversely, Russian managerial values have often become significantly more different (deviating) from those in the other three countries. Implications for the crossvergence theory of values evolution and future research are presented.

Please use this link to more information on the co-authored article: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10490-018-9572-1.