Preliminary evidence for the predictive validity of the perceived dissimilarity openness moderator model: openness to dissimilarity improves cross-cultural relationships

Fujimoto, Y., Hartel, C. E. and Hartel, G. F. (1999). Preliminary evidence for the predictive validity of the perceived dissimilarity openness moderator model: openness to dissimilarity improves cross-cultural relationships. In: C. Fraser, M. Barker and A. Martin, Organisations Looking Ahead: Challenges and directions. Conference Proceedings. Organisations Looking Ahead: Challenges and Directions, Griffith, Brisbane, Australia, (123-130). November 22-23 1999.

Author Fujimoto, Y.
Hartel, C. E.
Hartel, G. F.
Title of paper Preliminary evidence for the predictive validity of the perceived dissimilarity openness moderator model: openness to dissimilarity improves cross-cultural relationships
Conference name Organisations Looking Ahead: Challenges and Directions
Conference location Griffith, Brisbane, Australia
Conference dates November 22-23 1999
Proceedings title Organisations Looking Ahead: Challenges and directions. Conference Proceedings
Place of Publication Brisbane, Qld Australia
Publisher Griffith Univ.
Publication Year 1999
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 0 86857 9556
Editor C. Fraser
M. Barker
A. Martin
Start page 123
End page 130
Total pages 8
Collection year 1999
Language eng
Subjects 350201 Human Resources Management
750199 Work not elsewhere classified
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: UQ Business School Publications
 
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