Journal Description

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The International Journal of Cross Cultural Management is an international peer reviewed journal that publishes the highest quality original research in cross cultural aspects of management, work and organization.
The International Journal of Cross Cultural Management (IJCCM) aims to provide a specialized academic medium and main reference for the encouragement and dissemination of research on cross cultural aspects of management, work and organization. This includes both original qualitative and quantitative empirical work as well as theoretical and conceptual work which significantly add to a critical understanding of management across cultures, from different paradigms and cultural perspectives. In particular it aims to be the first choice for scholarship that develops critical advances in knowledge, which challenges orthodoxy in international and cross-cultural research, which critically reviews current knowledge taking it to the next level, which presents new and exciting approaches, alternative paradigms, alternative cultural perspectives, and challenges the hegemony of Western management knowledge. As such, we aim to be the leading reference in critical, international and cross-cultural management and organizational scholarship, providing a rigorous yet developmental review process and timely publication.
The main emphasis is on intercultural and transcultural studies. Intracultural analysis is invited where this contributes to an understanding of the issues, problems and practice of managing, working and organizing across cultures. Of particular relevance is the application of cross cultural psychology, socio-cultural anthropology, sociology, cross cultural communication and related disciplines to cross cultural management issues and practice.


ISSN: 14705958 /E-ISSN: 17412838


The library contains all the articles of The International Journal of Cross Cultural Management from 2001(1/1) to Current, provided by Sage.


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Website of the International Journal of Cross Cultural Management

Subjects GlobeEthicsLib

  • Global ethics
  • Economic ethics
    • Labour/professional ethics
  • Cultural ethics
    • Cultural/inter-cultural ethics
    • Secularisation and ethics