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Publications, etc.

Publications, etc.

X-Culture is only a few years old, and the first batch of data was not available until about 2012

Below is a list of publications, presentations, panel sessions and symposia prepared by the X-Culture team.

Selected Publications*

*Papers under review are not listed here

Selected Presentations

  • Magnusson, P., Schuster, A., & Taras, V. (2013). A Process-Based Explanation of the Psychic Distance Paradox: Evidence from Global Virtual Teams. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Taras, V., Sarala, R., (Guenter Stahl, Symposium Chiar), G. S. S. (2013). The Effects of International Collaboration Exercises on Learning Outcomes in International Management Education. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL. Management Education MED Best Global Symposium award, and Emerald Best International Symposium Award finalist.
  • Taras, V., Jarosiński, M., Librowicz, M., Robinson, N., Budde-Sung, A., Johns, A., . . . Ozaki, T. (2013). Hands-On, Minds-On: Experiential Learning Projects in International Business Education. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Taras, V., Sarala, R. The Effects of International Collaboration Exercises on Intl. Mgt. Learning Outcomes, part of the Developing Intercultural Competencies through Cross-Cultural Management Education symposium, Best Management Education Symposium Award.
  • Taras, V., Bode, A., Jimenez, A., Schuster, A., Wankel, C., Lei, C., Caprar, D., Rottig, D., Vaiginiene, E., Froese, F., Zhao, F., Bathula, H., Minor, M., Zakaria, N., Bryla, P., Baldegger, R., Sarala, R., Huang, V. Z., & Ordenana, X. (2012). The Effects of International Collaboration Exercise on Learning Outcomes in Cross-Cultural International Management Courses’. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business – Southeast USA Chapter, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Best Conference Paper Award finalist.
  • Taras, V., Bryla, P., Caprar, D. V., Jimenez, A., Magnusson, P., & Sarala, R. M. (2012). A Comparative Analysis of the Effects of Different Forms of Team Diversity on Global Virtual Team Performance. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. Temple/AIB Best Paper Award nominee.
  • Taras, V., Bode, A., Schuster, A., Chan, D., Jiménez, A., Vargas-Hernández, J. G., Gupta, S., Sarala, R., Bryla, P., Curran, L. (2012). Large-scale international student collaboration projects and experiential exercises in IB. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
  • Taras, V., Machova, R., & Poor, J. (2012). Az X-culture nemzetkozi esettanulmany program tanulsagai es tapasztalatai. Paper presented at the A vallalati Kommunikaciomnedzsment Emberi Oldala conference, Budapest, Hungary.  
  • Taras, V., Nayir, D. Z., Bryla, P., Ozaki, T., Poor, J., Siddiqui, S. H., Vaiginiene, E.  (2011). Different Forms of Distance in Teams: Antecedents and Consequences. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Nagoya, Japan.

Selected Symposia and Panels

  • Boulanger, M., Alon, I., Elston, J., Gabrenya, W., Galanaki, E., Komiak, P., . . . Taras, V. 2014. Cultural Intelligence: Can It Be Measured and Taught Universally? Panel session at the Academy of International Business Southeast USA conference, Miami, FL.
  • Taras, V., Tullar, W., & Yang, J. 2014. Withholding Effort: A Meta-analysis of the Literature on Social Loafing, Free Riding, and Shirking. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Southeast USA conference, Miami, FL.
  • Alon, I., Myer, J., Bouldeger, M., & Taras, V. 2014. A New Look at Cultural Intelligence: Development and Validation of BCIQ. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Southeast USA conference, Miami, FL.
  • Taras, V., Steel, P., Rottig, D., Caprar, D., Zakharia, N., & Budde-Sung, A. 2014. Data Sharing, Research Crowdsourcing, and Open Collaboration: Latest Developments and Opportunities in International Business Studies. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Taras, V., Rottig, D., & Magnusson, P. 2014. Researchers Needed: Presenting a Multi-Source Multi-Level Longitudinal X-Culture Database, Open To Everyone. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Taras, V., Johns, A., Lertkornkitja, A., Sujarittanonta, L., Gonzalez-Perez, M. A., Jiménez, A., . . . Zakaria, N. 2014. Engage them and They’ll Understand: Existing Projects and Best Practices of Integrating Experiential Learning in International Business Curriculum. Panel session at the Academy of International Business conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Fitzsimmons, S. R., Caprar, D. V., & Taras, V. 2014. Multicultural Individuals on Multicultural Teams: Process and Performance Outcomes. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Taras, V. 2014. Large-Scale International Collaboration Projects for Experiential Learning and Research in IB. Panel session at the Academy of Management conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Taras, V. (2013). Collaborative Co-Creation. Paper presented at the Annual CAL4RINO conference, London, UK.
  • Taras, V., Matysek-Jadrych, A., Gitlin, B., Punnett, B. J., Rottig, D., Vianelli, D., Curran, L., Magnusson, P., Karabati, S., Gupta, S., & Muth, T. R. (2012). Multi-Country Collaboration Projects in IB/IM Education: Challenges and Best Practices for Enhancing Teaching and Research. Panel session presented at the Academy of International Business – Southeast USA Chapter, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
  • Taras, V., Bode, A., Chun, D., Curran, L., Gupta, S., Igoe, J., Igoe, J., Magnusson, P., Ordeñana, X., Punnett, B.J., Sarala, R.., Schuster, A., Vargas-Hernández, J., Zakaria, N. (2012). Large-Scale Multi-Country Experiential Learning Projects in IB/IM Education: Challenges and Best Practices for Enhancing Teaching and Research. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. Management Education Global Forum Best Symposium Award for the symposium that best creates the opportunity to address global issues of significance to management education and/or development.

 

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