Culture as a Driving Force of Individual and Organizational Behavior
Igor N. Dubina (),
Suzanna J. Ramos () and
Hector Ramos ()
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Igor N. Dubina: Novosibirsk National Research State University
Suzanna J. Ramos: Texas A&M University
Hector Ramos: Texas A&M University
Chapter Chapter 1 in Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Across Cultures, 2016, pp 1-27 from Springer
Abstract Culture is deemed as a fundamental determinant of human behavior. Cross-cultural studies on management, business, and entrepreneurship practices represent a comparatively new class of interdisciplinary research. This movement represents the intersection of the cultural, sociological, psychological, historical, economic, management, technological, and business studies. This chapter encompasses the main definitions of culture and the theoretical assumptions of the impact of culture on creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Keywords: Cultural Dimension; National Culture; Power Distance; Uncertainty Avoidance; Gender Egalitarianism (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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