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Publication: Cross Cultural & Strategic Management
Title: Intercultural Conflict and Collaboration
Type: Journal Special Issue
Editors: Leigh Anne Liu (Georgia State University), Wendi Adair (University of Waterloo), Dean Tjosvold (University in Hong Kong)
Deadline: September 1, 2016
Current cross-cultural management research has a decidedly comparative flavor; we tend to compare management practices in one nation versus another. The globalization of trade and an increasingly mobile international workforce make intercultural interactions within and between organizations commonplace. These intercultural interactions, whether face-to-face or virtual, can take place within a given geographic location or across countries. However, we only have a limited understanding of how individuals and organizations interact, communicate, negotiate, and manage conflict across cultural boundaries. Previous research shows that when interacting with counterparts from different cultures, we may experience variations in negotiation strategies (Adair & Brett, 2005; Brett & Okumura, 1998; Brett, 2014), asymmetrical…

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