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Nyambegera, S. M., Sparrow, P, & Daniels, K. (2000). The impact of cultural value orientations on individual HRM preferences in developing countries: lessons from Kenyan organizations. International Journal of Human resource Management 11 (4), 639-663.

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Blyton, P., & Dastmalchian, A. (1998). Organizational flexibility in cross-cultural perspective: an introductoin. International Journal of Human resource Management, 9 (3), 437-444.

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Allinson, C. W., & Hayes, J. (2000). Cross-national differences in cognitive style: implications for management. International Journal of Human resource Management, 11 (1), 161-170.

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Bjorkman, I., & Furu, P. (2000). Determinants of variable pay for top managers of foreign subsidiaries in Finland. International Journal of Human resource Management, 11 (4), 698-713.

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Shenkar, O., & Zeina, Y. (1987). Human resources management in international joint ventures: Directions for research. Academy of Management Review, 12 (3), 546-557.

Giacobbe-Miller, J. K., Miller, D. J., & Victorov, V. I. (1998). A comparison of Russian and U.S. Pay allocation decisions, distributive justice judgements, and productivity under different payment conditions. Personnel Psychology, 51, 137-163.

Hofstede, G. (1993). Cultural constraints in management theories. Academy of Management Executive, 7 (1), 81-94.

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