Handbook of Cultural Intelligence Research

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Handbook of Cultural Intelligence Research

9781800887152 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by David C. Thomas, Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria, Canada and Yuan Liao, University of Sydney Business School, The University of Sydney, Australia
Publication Date: March 2023 ISBN: 978 1 80088 715 2 Extent: 512 pp
Promoting a greater understanding of intercultural interactions, this timely and engaging Research Handbook provides an overview of the current state of research on cultural intelligence and analyzes its prospects for the future. Contributors investigate the heightened importance of intercultural interactions among individuals, groups, organizations, and societies in an increasingly interconnected global community.

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Promoting a greater understanding of intercultural interactions, this timely and engaging Research Handbook provides an overview of the current state of research on cultural intelligence and analyzes its prospects for the future.

Including contributions from key researchers in the field as well as those with a more critical perspective, this comprehensive Research Handbook addresses the conceptual backdrop, the measurement and the antecedents of cultural intelligence. It further examines the outcomes associated with cultural intelligence, offers a higher-level analysis of the concept, and concludes with an evaluation of the future research prospects of cultural intelligence. All in all, the Handbook investigates the heightened importance of intercultural interactions among individuals, groups, organizations, and societies in an increasingly interconnected global community.

Covering a wide range of perspectives on cultural intelligence and related constructs, this Research Handbook will be essential reading for students, scholars, and researchers in the areas of employment relations, international business, international and cross-cultural management, occupational psychology, and organizational behavior.
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‘As a retired academic, I find it heartening that the field of cultural intelligence that I was involved in 20 years ago with David Thomas has become such a major focus for research, that its early pioneers continue to do ground-breaking work, and that so many other fine scholars have been attracted. The progress represented in this book is astonishing, and it will help to ensure that the next two decades of work on cultural intelligence are as ground-breaking as the first two.’
– Kerr Inkson, University of Auckland, New Zealand
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Contributors include: Eren Akkan, Valerie Alexandra, Soon Ang, Kimberly Avila, Verónica Benet-Martínez, Dharm P.S. Bhawuk, Marius Brand, Paula Caligiuri, Andrea Caputo, Jean-Luc Cerdin, Melody Chao, Xiaowen Chen, Terence Chia, Kerri Anne Crowne, Rebekah Dibble, Sabrina Duijnisveld, Chris Earley, Jacob Eisenberg, Robert Engle, Brittnie A. Ferguson, Ann E. Feyerherm, Ronald Fischer, William Gabrenya, Cristina Gibson, Kevin S. Groves, Linda S. Henderson, Sarah E. Henry, Mariya Kargina, Johannes A. Karl, Franki Y. H. Kung, Mila Lazarova, Hyun-Jung Lee, Orly Levy, Yuan (Echo) Liao, Xing Liu, Kevin Lo, Angela T. Maitner, Snejina Michailova, Elaine Mosakowski, Kok-Yee Ng, Angela-MinhTu D. Nguyen, Dana L. Ott, Andre A. Pekerti, Steven Poelmans, Alfred Presbitero, Elizabeth C. Ravlin, Thomas Rockstuhl, Christopher Schlaegel, Margaret A. Shaffer, Günter K. Stahl, Dana Sumpter, David C. Thomas, Linn Van Dyne, Catherine Peyrols Wu, Ting Zhao
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