David A. Ralston
David A. Ralston
University Fellows International Research Consortium
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Corporate social responsibility in Europe and the US: Insights from businesses’ self-presentations
I Maignan, DA Ralston
Journal of International Business Studies 33 (3), 497-514, 2002
19152002
The impact of natural culture and economic ideology on managerial work values: a study of the United States, Russia, Japan, and China
DA Ralston, DH Holt, RH Terpstra, Y Kai-Cheng
Journal of international business studies 28 (1), 177-207, 1997
11241997
Differences in managerial values: A study of US, Hong Kong and PRC managers
DA Ralston, DJ Gustafson, FM Cheung, RH Terpstra
Journal of international business studies 24 (2), 249-275, 1993
7861993
Generation cohorts and personal values: A comparison of China and the United States
CP Egri, DA Ralston
Organization science 15 (2), 210-220, 2004
7802004
New frontiers in network theory development
A Parkhe, S Wasserman, DA Ralston
Academy of management Review 31 (3), 560-568, 2006
5642006
Doing business in the 21st century with the new generation of Chinese managers: A study of generational shifts in work values in China
DA Ralston, CP Egri, S Stewart, RH Terpstra, Y Kaicheng
Journal of international business studies 30 (2), 415-427, 1999
5541999
Neutralizing job stressors: Political skill as an antidote to the dysfunctional consequences of role conflict
PL Perrewé, KL Zellars, GR Ferris, AM Rossi, CJ Kacmar, DA Ralston
Academy of Management Journal 47 (1), 141-152, 2004
4582004
Today's state‐owned enterprises of China: are they dying dinosaurs or dynamic dynamos?
DA Ralston, J Terpstra‐Tong, RH Terpstra, X Wang, C Egri
Strategic Management Journal 27 (9), 825-843, 2006
3702006
Corporate responsibility: A review of international management research from 1998 to 2007
CP Egri, DA Ralston
Journal of international management 14 (4), 319-339, 2008
3552008
Eastern values: A comparison of managers in the United States, Hong Kong, and the People's Republic of China.
DA Ralston, DJ Gustafson, PM Elsass, F Cheung, RH Terpstra
Journal of Applied Psychology 77 (5), 664, 1992
3441992
The crossvergence perspective: Reflections and projections
DA Ralston
Journal of International Business Studies 39 (1), 27-40, 2008
2892008
The impact of national culture and economic ideology on managerial work values: A study of the United States, Russia, Japan, and China
DA Ralston, DH Holt, RH Terpstra, Y Kai-Cheng
Journal of International Business Studies 39 (1), 8-26, 2008
2722008
The cosmopolitan Chinese manager: Findings of a study on managerial values across the six regions of China
DA Ralston, Y Kai-Cheng, X Wang, RH Terpstra, H Wei
Journal of International Management 2, 79-110, 1996
2191996
A comparative study of the work values of North and South Vietnamese managers
DA Ralston, N Van Thang, NK Napier
Journal of International Business Studies 30 (4), 655-672, 1999
2171999
Employee ingratiation: The role of management
DA Ralston
Academy of management review 10 (3), 477-487, 1985
2011985
Are work stress relationships universal? A nine-region examination of role stressors, general self-efficacy, and burnout
PL Perrewé, WA Hochwarter, AM Rossi, A Wallace, I Maignan, SL Castro, ...
Journal of International management 8 (2), 163-187, 2002
1842002
Global implications of the indigenous epistemological system from the East: How to apply Yin-Yang balancing to paradox management
PP Li
Cross Cultural & Strategic Management, 2016
1732016
A twenty-first century assessment of values across the global workforce
DA Ralston, CP Egri, E Reynaud, N Srinivasan, O Furrer, D Brock, R Alas, ...
Journal of business ethics 104 (1), 1-31, 2011
1502011
Stability and change in managerial work values: A longitudinal study of China, Hong Kong, and the US
DA Ralston, J Pounder, CWH Lo, YY Wong, CP Egri, J Stauffer
Management and Organization Review 2 (1), 67-94, 2006
1502006
Constraints on capitalism in Russia: The managerial psyche, social infrastructure, and ideology
DH Holt, DA Ralston, RH Terpstra
California Management Review 36 (3), 124-141, 1994
1481994
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