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Asia Pacific Journal of Management

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16.09.2019 Open Access

Corporate religiosity and individual decision on conducting entrepreneurial activity: The contingent effects of institutional environments in China

This study draws on the institutional void and institutional support perspectives to examine the contingent effect of institutional environments on the relationship between corporate religiosity and individual entrepreneurial activity in the …


Effects of environmentally-specific servant leadership on green performance via green climate and green crafting

The primary purpose of our inquiry is to assess the impacts of environmentally-specific servant leadership (ESS leadership) on green performance at both team and individual levels. Participants from tour companies based in Vietnam provided the …


Unwilling to leave the good Samaritans: How peer interpersonal-oriented citizenship behaviors retains “me”

An emerging body of turnover literature has adopted a relational perspective with a focus on peer influence. In this study, by drawing on the social information processing perspective, we attempt to explain how and when other team members’ …


The impact of customer incivility on employees’ family undermining: a conservation of resources perspective

Applying conservation of resources theory, this study focused on the effect of customer incivility on employees’ family undermining. Specifically, we examined the mediating effect of work-to-family conflicts and the moderating effects of hostile …


A multi-country, multi-sector replication challenge to the validity of the cultural tightness-looseness measure

In this study, we assess the internal and external validity of Gelfand et al.’s (2011) recently developed measure of cultural tightness-looseness (CTL). Our study is composed of six countries (China, Mexico, Netherlands Russia, Spain, U.S.) with …

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The Asia Pacific Journal of Management publishes original manuscripts on management and organizational research in the Asia Pacific region, encompassing Pacific Rim countries and mainland Asia. APJM focuses on the extent to which each manuscript addresses matters that pertain to the most fundamental question: "What determines firm success?" We seek to publish empirical or conceptual research which improves a broad understanding of this issue. APJM endeavors to be the major vehicle for exchange of ideas and research among management scholars within or interested in the broadly defined Asia Pacific region.

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