Emic refers to which kind of specific aspect of concepts or behaviors?

BUS 325 WEEK 5 MIDTERM PART 1

• Question 1

Cultural difference is not necessarily equivalent to:

• Question 2

Emic refers to which kind of specific aspect of concepts or behaviors?

• Question 3

Senior managers with little international experience:

• Question 4

Which of the following is not a function of internal resource management?

• Question 5

A multidomestic industry is:

• Question 6

One major difference between domestic and international HRM is:

• Question 7

Which three dimensions are presented in Morgan’s model of IHRM?

• Question 8

International HRM is reflected in:

• Question 9

Which of the following is a global mindset?

• Question 10

Tax equalization policies concerning expatriates are designed to:

• Question 11

Which department of an organization is the major user of language translation services?

• Question 12

HRM in the multinational context contains an overlap between elements of:

• Question 13

Under Confucianism dynamics, orientations can be either:

• Question 14

The GLOBE study:

• Question 15

The GLOBE research tries to study the complex relationships between:

• Question 16

Hall and Hall’s research:

• Question 17

Hofstede’s approach to cross cultural management research:

• Question 18

Due to growing interdependence and a high flow of migration:

• Question 19

According to the results of the Hofstede study:

• Question 20

As applied research, the Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner study:

• Question 21

The Trompenaars and Hamplen-Turner study distinguishes three overarching aspects of culture, namely:

• Question 22

Hofstede’s study is classified or based on:
• Question 23

Cross-cultural management research is based on the assumption that:

• Question 24

One criticism of the GLOBE study is:

• Question 25

The cultural context impacts HRM practices:

BUS 325 Week 5 MIDTERM PART 2

• Question 1

Many companies in the developmental stage of internationalization will maintain control by:

• Question 2

The matrix structure:

• Question 3

Matrix structures:

• Question 4

A common theme between heterarchy, matrix and transnational is:

• Question 5

Typically the initial stage of a firm entering international operations is:

• Question 6

The management of a multi-centered networked organization is:

• Question 7

The European path approach to a global matrix tends to emphases:
• Question 8

The process of socializing people so that they come to share a common set of values and beliefs that shapes their behavior is:

• Question 9

One advantage of a matrix structure is:

• Question 10

The second stage of a new international company typically involves which department:

• Question 11

The “think global, act local” paradox:

• Question 12

“Miniature replicas” are:

• Question 13

Network multinational structures:

• Question 14

The best way to address intercultural conflicts is to:

• Question 15

Shortage of working capital to finance exports is a top barrier to access international markets in:

• Question 16

Equity modes of foreign operations can be best described as:

• Question 17

Many international joint ventures (IJV) fail in the long-term due to:

• Question 18

The due diligence phase of a M&A is:

• Question 19

Which companies have a difficult challenge to enter foreign markets?

• Question 20

In their “partnership role” supporting an International Joint Venture, HR managers must:

• Question 21

A characteristic of a non-equity cross border alliance is:

• Question 22

Learning in small to medium (SME) international firms is characterized by:

• Question 23

What is defined as a factor which shapes employees priorities and decisions made?

• Question 24

Which expatriate role or characteristic is found to be most important for a successful integration in a M&A activity?

• Question 25

The European Commission’s definition of SME is which of the following?