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An empirical investigation of the effectiveness of pre-departure and in-country cross-cultural training

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This study draws on social learning theory to analyse and compare the effects of pre-departure cross-cultural training (PDCCT) and in-country cross-cultural training (ICCCT) on performance. It focuses on the structural distinction between these two types of training: whether they occur before or during expatriation. Analysis of a sample of 206 expatriates and their firm's annual professional evaluation shows that ICCCT facilitates professional performance, while no impact of PDCCT on performance could be ascertained.
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Keywords: cross-cultural training; expatriation; performance; social learning theory

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Management, University of Vaasa, Vaasa, Finland

Publication date: 06 August 2014

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