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Human And Cultural Business Environment In International Business

Nicolae Tâu and Ibrahim Mustafa Sharfeldin Mohammedelkhatim

from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration

Abstract: Research shows that human and cultural business environment have significant influences in business activities, moreover in the fields of cross-cultural psychology and cross-cultural communication illustrated the main characteristics of most cultures in the world, also revealed cultures of certain societies. The current work is meant to add to the previous studies the impact of some philosophical doctrines on cultures adopted by certain societies. As a result, demonstrate how nature influence cultures of some societies and to what extent members of certain societies can exert influence on nature.

Keywords: Scandinavia; power distance; uncertainty avoidance; sequential; synchronous; internally-directed; externally-directed. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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