Cross Cultural Analysis of Comfort with Foreign Cultures (CFC) in Multinational Firms

Dear Friends

My latest research paper
Jain, V. and Singh, R. (2014). Cross Cultural Analysis of Comfort with Foreign Cultures (CFC) in Multinational Firms, European J. of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management, 2014 Vol.3, No.2, pp.136 – 157.
 
has been published in the above journal of Inderscience, Switzerland. This paper is the result of the data obtained during the ongoing global research involving multi-country research collaboration, the CFC research, the details of which can be obtained by clicking here
 
Abstract of the paper is as given below
Abstract: Hofstede (1980) contributed to the theory of cross-cultural behaviour with the four dimensions and fifth was added by a study in China. The multi country manpower metrics are influencing the variables of the existing models and also introducing new facets. Level of comfort with foreign cultures (CFC) is a new framework which attempts to read the comfort level of local employees of the country with respect to foreigners and vice versa. This paper attempts to profile the level of comfort of local employees with foreign employees in culturally diverse work places of multinational firms. This study is based on samples from ten countries using comfort with foreign cultures (CFC) questionnaire. The results indicate the nature and level of differences among nations/regions on the comfort level of local employees with foreign employees and they vary. This study also pinpoints specific differences among nations in this respect.
Full text of the above research paper online is available here
Your feedback will be appreciated.
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