BazEkon - Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie

BazEkon home page

Meny główne

Autor
Woldu Habte G. (University of Texas at Dallas, USA), Skuza Agnieszka (Poznań University of Economics, Poland), Dalgic Tevfik (University of Texas at Dallas, USA), Altinbasak Ipek (Bahcesehir University)
Tytuł
Viewing the cultural value orientations of Austria, Poland, and Turkey through six cultural dimensions : an emphasis on Turkish cultural fit to European Union members
Źródło
The Poznań University of Economics Review, 2012, vol. 12, nr 4, s. 51-71, tab., bibliogr. 62 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Kultura narodowa, Konwergencja, Demografia, Zatrudnienie
National culture, Convergence, Demography, Employment
Firma/Organizacja
Unia Europejska (UE)
European Union (EU)
Kraj/Region
Austria, Turcja, Polska
Austria, Turkey, Poland
Abstrakt
This empirical study focuses on investigating the cultural value orientations of the Austrian, Polish and Turkish. As European Union (EU) expands, there is a strong need for comparative assessment of cultural values of the old, new and future EU member. The out-come of the study clearly indicates that there are significant value orientation (VO) differences among employees belonging to the three countries. Nevertheless, while Turkey culturally differs from Austria and Poland, the VOs of the latter two nations demonstrate significantly higher differences. The study also indicates that Turkey's VOs have relatively more cultural similarities with the Austrian than with the Poles. However, when one controls for age and professions, the differences in VOs diminish among the three groups. (original abstract)
Dostępne w
Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie
Biblioteka Szkoły Głównej Handlowej
Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Katowicach
Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Poznaniu
Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu
Bibliografia
Pokaż
  1. Abramowitz, M., 2005, Leadership, International Relations-US-Turkey, The Wall Street Journal, no. 29, p. 14.
  2. Adler, N., 1983, Global Leadership: Women Leaders, Management International Review, vol. 1, pp. 171-196.
  3. Adler, N., 1984, Women in International Management: Where are They? California Management Review, vol. 26, p. 78-89.
  4. Adler, N., 1993, An International Perspective on the Barriers to the Advancement of Women Manager's, Applied Psychology: An International Review, vol. 42, pp. 289-300.
  5. Adler, N., 2002, Global Managers: No Longer Men Alone, International Journal of Human Resource Management, vol. 13, pp. 743-760.
  6. Adler, N., Gundersen A., 2007, International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior, 5th ed., Manson, Ohio.
  7. Adler, N., Izraeli, D., 1994, Competitive Frontiers: Women Managers in a Global Economy, Blackwell Publishing, Cambridge.
  8. Babetskii, I., Babetskaia-Kukharchuk, O., Raiser, M., 2003, How Deep is Your Trade? Transition and International Integration in Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Union, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Working Paper, no. 83.
  9. Baldwin, F., Francois, J., Portes, R., 1997, The Costs and Benefits of Eastern Enlargement, Economic Policy, vol. 24, pp. 125-176.
  10. Ball, D., McCulloch, W., 2001, International Business: The Challenge of Global Competition, McGraw-Hill, New York.
  11. Benhabib, S., Isiksel, T., 2006, Ancient Battles, New Prejudices, and Future Perspective: Turkey and the EU, Constellations, vol. 13 (2), pp. 218-233.
  12. Bod, P.A., 1998, The Social and Economic Legacies of Direct Capital Inflows: the Case of Hungary, in: Bastian, J. (ed.), The Political Economy of Transition in Central and Eastern Europe: the Light(s) at the End of the Tunnel, Ashgate: Brookfield, pp. 13-44.
  13. Budhwar, P., Debrah, Y., 2001, Rethinking Comparative and Cross National Human Resource Management Research, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, vol. 12, pp. 497-515.
  14. Carbaugh, R., 2005, International Economics, 10th ed., South-Western.
  15. Child, J., 1981, Culture, Contingency and Capitalistn in the Cross-National Study of Organization, in: Cutnmings, LL., Staw, B.M. (eds), Research in Organizatiotial Behaviour,vol. 3, CT: JAI Press, Greenwich, pp. 303-356.
  16. Deichmann, J.I., Eshghi, A., Haughton, D., Sayek, S., Teebagy, N., Topi, H., 2003, Geography Matters: Kohonen Classification of Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Transition Economies, Journal of Business Strategies, vol. 20, (1), pp. 23-44.
  17. Dowling, P., Welch, D., 2005, International Human Resource Management: Managing People in a Multinational Context, 4th ed., South-Western Thomson, Ohio.
  18. Emrich, C., Denmark, F., Hartog, D., 2004, Cross-Cultural Differences in Gender Egalitarianism: Implications for Organizations, and Leaders, in: House et al. (eds.), The GLOBE Study of 62 Societies, SAGE Publications, Thousands Oaks, pp. 343-394.
  19. Ergil, D., 2000, Identity Crises and Political Instability in Turkey, Journal of International Affairs, vol. 54 (1), pp. 43-61.
  20. Falcetti, E., Lysenko, T., Sanfey, P., 2005, Reforms and Growth in Transition: Re-examining the Evidence, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Working Paper, no. 90.
  21. Feldberg, R., Glenn, EN., 1979, Male and Female: Job versus Gender Models in the Sociology of Work, Social Problems, no. 26, pp. 524-38.
  22. Gupta, V., Hanges, P., 2004, Regional and Climate Clustering of Societal Cultures, in: House et al. (eds.), The GLOBE Study of 62 Societies, SAGE Publications, Thousands Oaks, pp. 178-217.
  23. Hill, C., 2000, International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplac, McGraw Hill, New York.
  24. Hoecklin, L., 1995, Managing Cultural Differences: Strategies for Competitive Advant,, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, New York.
  25. Hofstede, G., 1983, National Cultures in Four Dimensions, International Studies of Management and Organization XIII/1-2: 46-74.
  26. Hofstede, G., 1991, Culture and Organizations: Software of the Mind, McGraw Hill, London.
  27. Hofstede, G., 1993, Cultural Constraints in Management Theories, Academy of Management Executive, vol. 7, pp. 81-94.
  28. Hofstede, G., 2001,Culture's Consequences: Comparing Values, Behaviors, Institutions, and Organizations across Nations, 2nd ed., Sage Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California.
  29. Hofstede, G., 2003, Culture's Consequences: Comparing Values, Behaviors, Institutions and Organizations Across Nations, SAGE Publications, London.
  30. House et al. (eds.), 2004, The GLOBE Study of 62 Societies, SAGE Publications, Thousands Oaks.
  31. Inbar, E., 2000, Regional Implications of the Israeli-Turkish Strategic Partnership, Middle East Review of International Affairs, vol. 5 (2), pp. 43-62.
  32. Kabasakal, H., Bodur, M., 2007, Leadership and Culture in Turkey: A Multi-Faceted Phenomenon, in: Chhokar, J, Brodbeck, F., House, R. (eds.), Managerial Cultures of the World: A GLOBE Report of In-depth Studies of the Cultures of 25 Countries, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  33. Kabasakal, H., Dastmalchian, A., 2001, Introduction to the Special Issue on Leadership and Culture in the Middle East, Applied Psychology: An International Review, vol. 50 (4), pp. 479-488.
  34. Kirisci, K., 2002, Copenhagen Summit of the European Council and Turkey, Turkish Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association Report.
  35. Kirisci, K., 2005a, Copenhagen Summit of the European Union, Turkish Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association Report.
  36. Kirisci, K., 2005b, Turkey and the European Union: The Domestic Politics of Negotiating Pre-Accession, Macalester International Journal, Winter.
  37. Kluckhohn, F.R., Strodtbeck, F.L., 1961, Variations in Value Orientations, Evanston, Illinois: Row, Peterson.
  38. Lansbury, M., Pain, N., Smidkova, K., 1996, Foreign Direct Investment in Central Europe since 1990: An Econometric Study, National Institute Economic Review, May, pp.104-113.
  39. Laurent, A., 1983, The Cultural Diversity of Western Conceptions of Management, International Studies of Management and Organization, no.13(1-2), pp. 75-96.
  40. Lewis, B., 2002, The Emergence of Modern Turkey, 3rd ed., Oxford University Press, New York.
  41. Maznevski, M., DiStephano, J.J., Gomerz, C.B., Noorderhaven, N.G., Wu, P.C., 2002. Cultural Dimensions at the Individual Level of Analysis: The Cultural Orientations Framework, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, vol. 2, pp. 275-296.
  42. Maznevski, M.L., DiStephano, J.J., Nason, S.W., 1995, Cultural Perspectives Questionnaire, Ontario, and Charlottesville, The University of Western Ontario and The University of Virginia, London.
  43. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, http://www.mfa.gov.ua/mfa/en/publication/content/379.htm [access: 12.9.2010].
  44. Nath, R., Narayanan, V.K., 1980, A Comparative Study of Managerial Support, Trust, Openness, Decision-Making, and Job Enrichment, Academy of Management Proceedings, no.40, pp. 48-52.
  45. Onis, Z., 2001, Turkey and Post-soviet States: Potential and Limits of Regional Power Influence, Middle East Review of International Affairs, vol. 5 (2).
  46. Ozbilgin, M.F., Woodward, D., 2004, Belonging and Otherness: Sex Equality in Banking in Turkey and Britain, Gender, Work and Organization, vol. 11 (6), pp. 668-688.
  47. Rajkiewicz, A.,1998, Procesy migracji zarobkowej w Polsce, Zeszyty Naukowe, nr 1 (265), Wyższa Szkola Zarzadzania i Bankowosci, pp. 90-107.
  48. Rubin, B., 1997, Turkey-Israel Relations, The Global Research in International Affairs Center, Turkish Studies Institute, July.
  49. Sawang, S., Oei, T., Goh, Y., 2006, Are Country and Culture Values Interchangeable: A Case Example Using Occupational Stress and Coping, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, vol. 6 (2), pp. 205-219.
  50. Schein, E.H., 1985, Organisational Culture and Leadership, Jossey Bass, San Francisco.
  51. Sikula, A., Costa, A.D., 1994, Are Women more Ethical than Men?, Journal of Business Ethics, no. 13, pp. 859-871.
  52. Soeffner, H., 2005, Turkey as an EU-Member: What Kind of a Union? Conference Proceedings: The European Perspective of Turkey after the December 2004 Decision, Galatasaray University, Istanbul.
  53. Szabo, E., Reber, G., 2007, Culture and Leadership in Austria, in: Chhokar et al. (eds.), In Culture and Leadership across the World, The GLOBE Book of In-Depth Studies of 25 Societies, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, New Jersey, pp. 103-143.
  54. Trompenaars, F., 1993, Riding the Waves of Culture, The Economist Books, London.
  55. Trompenaars, F., Hampden-Turner, C., 2012, Riding the Waves of Culture: Understanding Diversity in Global Business - revised and updated third edition: Understanding Cultural Diversity in Business, Nicholas Brealey Publishing.
  56. Turkey in Europe: More than a Promise, 2004, The Report of the Independent Commission for Turkey.
  57. Woldu, H., Biederman, M., 1999, The Dynamics of Organizational Culture in the Private, Government, and Semi-government Companies in Poland, Journal of East European Studies, vol. 4, pp. 306-321.
  58. Woldu, H., Budhwar, P., Parkes, C., 2006, A Cross-national Comparison of Value Orientation of Indians, Polish, Russian and American Employees, International Journal of Human Resources Management, vol. 17(6), p. 1076-1094.
  59. Woldu, H., Guo, I., 1999, Understanding Cultural Differences between Russia and North America, in: Frazer, M., Chatterji, M. (eds.), Management Education for Countries in Transition, Macmillan Publishers, London.
  60. Woldu, H., Robhins, L., 2000, Measuring Cultural Variations in the Americas: Does Geographical Proximity Indicate Cultural Similarity?, Southwest Review of International Business Research, Academy of International Business, Southwest Chapter Conference, pp. 163-173.
  61. Wood, S., Quaisser, W., 2005, Turkey's Road to the EU: Political Dynamics, Strategic Context and Implications for Europe, European Foreign Affairs Review, vol. 10, pp. 147-173.
  62. Yilmaz, I., 2003, Non-recognition of Post-modern Turkish Socio-legal Reality and the Predicament of Women, Brithish Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 30 (1), pp. 25-4.
Cytowane przez
Pokaż
ISSN
1643-5877
Język
eng
Udostępnij na Facebooku Udostępnij na Twitterze Udostępnij na Google+ Udostępnij na Pinterest Udostępnij na LinkedIn Wyślij znajomemu