Share:


National culture dimension of power distance in the Baltic States

    Stanislava Luptáková Affiliation
    ; Branislav Vargic Affiliation
    ; Ivan Kincel Affiliation

Abstract

The paper presents a calculation for the values of power distance index in the countries of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia using a mathematical model that is based on the correlations between power distance index values of the original research conducted by Geert Hofstede and macroeconomic indicators. Following, the paper presents implications of the found power distance indexes on managerial practices in the local organizations as well as on transferability of the managerial practices of multinationals presented in the region onto the local workforce.


First Published Online: 14 Oct 2010

Keyword : power distance index, macroeconomic indicators, human resource

How to Cite
Luptáková, S., Vargic, B., & Kincel, I. (2005). National culture dimension of power distance in the Baltic States. Journal of Business Economics and Management, 6(2), 61-69. https://doi.org/10.3846/16111699.2005.9636094
Published in Issue
Jun 30, 2005
Abstract Views
56
PDF Downloads
19