Systematic Cross-Cultural Management Education::A Quasi- Experimental Analysis of Guided Experiential Learning during Intercultural Simulations
social identity theory
ability to modify behavior
Ability to modify behavior
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The main purpose of this paper is to test the effects of a classical intercultural simulation on participants' ability to modify their behavior in response to collectivistic and individualistic contexts. Moreover, the paper aims to examine moderating effects based on experiential learning and social identity theory.