Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies (Print ISSN: 1078-4950; Online ISSN: 1532-5822)


Economics and Business Difficulties with Possible Opportunities for Identifying and Measuring Civilization

Author(s): Kwan Min-ho

Understanding the impact of culture on business activities has been one of the most getting through parts of International Business (IB) and International Management (IM) estimating and exact examination. While a few studies and discussions scrutinized the huge headway made in this space, the exceptional issue we acquaint here is implied with show that further progression on how we conceptualize and gauge culture isn't just required, yet in addition conceivable. We give an outline of past and current methodologies in the estimation of culture in IB/IM and the difficulties related with these methodologies, and underscore the significant, yet deficiently recognized, connect between the hypothetical conceptualization of culture and its estimation. We then, at that point, present the four articles remembered for the exceptional issue and feature how they split away from the "compulsion" to approaches that have been extremely helpful in getting where we are today, yet that could not generally be valuable in that frame of mind past what we definitely know. Last however not the least, we offer our own viewpoint on promising headings in reasonably and strategically reexamining the investigation of culture in IB and IM.

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