Unser Paper im Journal Group Processes and Intergroup Relations - Freyja Fischer, Julia Becker, Dilek Zamantili Nayir & Mie Kito
November 28, 2016
Collective Action against Sexism in Germany, Turkey, and Japan: The Influence of Self-Construal and Face Concerns
The applicability of collective action might depend on cultural dimensions such as self-construal and face. To investigate cultural differences in responses to sexism, we examined female students from Germany (N = 105), Japan (N=112), and Turkey, (N = 111). We exposed them to a benevolent and a hostile sexist scenario and compared their collective action intentions and indirect conflict management styles (avoiding, outflanking) within countries. As predicted, German and Turkish women’s collective action intentions against sexism surpassed their intentions for indirect conflict management styles, whereas the reverse was true for Japanese women. However, Japanese women had an unaccomplished desire for collective action, suggesting that they wish to act but decide against open confrontation to maintain ingroup harmony. The higher individuals’ independent self-concept and the less they value face the higher their collective action intentions against hostile sexism in all three countries. We discuss culturally appropriate ways of collective action.
Randolph R., Memili E., Zamantılı Nayır D. and Fang Chevy H. (2017). SME Coopetitive Relationships: A Model of Reactive and Proactive Motivations, Trust, and Mutual Benefit. Western Academy of Management (WAM) in Palm Springs, March 22-25, 2017
October 02, 2016
By drawing upon Resource Dependency and Competitive Positioning perspectives, we develop a model of how reactive and proactive motivations affect small and medium size enterprises’ (SMEs) intention for mutual benefit in coopetition and the moderating effects of trust in coopetition partner therein. We hypothesize that reactive and proactive motivations differentially impact intentions for mutual benefit. We also hypothesize that trust moderates these relationships. We test the model on a sample of 104 SMEs in the automotive sector. Findings support our hypotheses. We discuss the theoretical implications of our findings.
Dissertationsverteidigung Ertuğrul Karoğlu - Karadeniz Teknik Üniversitesi
July 17, 2016
Karadeniz Teknik Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Doktora Adayı Ertuğrul Karoğlu "EV SAHİBİ ÜLKENİN KURUMSAL YÖNETİM MEKANİZMASININ YABANCI İŞLETMENİN YEREL ORTAK SEÇİMİ ÜZERİNDEKİ ETKİSİ: ANGLO–SAKSON VE KITA AVRUPASI MODELİNDEN GELEN ORTAK GİRİŞİMLER" başlıklı tezi ile doktora ünvanını aldı.
Unser Artikel "THE IMPACT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION ON PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES IN CULTURAL INDUSTRY: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF ART GALLERIES" erscheint in Kürze im Journal of Cultural Management erscheinen! Ko-Authoren sind Esra Memili, Hanquing Fang, Gerd-Mchael Hellstern und Joanna Ozga ...
Dilek Zamantili Nayir - Aydın Üniversitesi Forschungswettbewerb gewonnen
April 25, 2016
Türkiye’de özgün ve bilimsel çalışmaların gelişimine katkı sağlamak ve akademik çalışmaları teşvik etmek amacıyla düzenlenen yarışmanın konusu “Çok Kültürlülük ve Küreselleşme Tartışmaları Bağlamında Türkiye’nin Sosyo-Kültürel Değişim Süreci” olarak belirlenmişti. TARMER Başkanlığında toplanan değerlendirme jürisi, eser yarışmasında dereceye giren eserlere karar verdi. Değerlendirme sonrası, Marmara Üniversitesi İşletme Fakültesi Öğretim Üyesi Prof. Dr. Dilek Zamantılı Nayır, “Türkiye’nin Göçmen Girişimcileri: Geliş Nedenleri, Kuruluş Öyküleri ve Değerleri” isimli eseriyle birinciliği elde etti. Yrd. Doç. Dr. Şerife Önder ve Yrd. Doç. Dr. Hüseyin Önder’in kaleme aldığı “Küreselleşme ve Refah Devleti Uygulamalarının Çok Kültürlülük Politikalarına Etkileri Havuzlanmış Veri Tekniği ile Bir Uygulama” isimli eseri ise jüri özel ödülünü aldı.
Wir präsentieren unser Paper "Motivation, Trust, and Mutual Benefit in Coopetitive Relationships" an der EURAM 2016 in Paris. Ko-Authoren sind Robert Randolph, Esra Memili und Chevy Hanquing Fang
April 30, 2016
The way we act collectively is changing quickly in a world where transportation and information technologies are expanding and where boundaries to the exchange of goods, services and knowledge are declining.
Have we, management scholars, put too much emphasis on research about competition and top down processes and not enough emphasis on cooperation?
Wir präsentieren unser Paper " Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers! Learning orientation as the decisive factor for translating social capital into organizational innovativeness and performance in Turkey" auf der IPAG Konferenz in Nizza/Frankreich im Juli 2016. Ko-Authoren sind Max Holtgrave, Gerhard Schewe und Ann Marie Nienaber
July 11, 2016
The IRMBAM-2016, organized by the Groupe ESC Troyes en Champagne, IPAG Business School, University Nice Sophia Antipolis, and Telfer School of Management - University of Ottawa, will be an excellent opportunity for academics, doctoral students, and practitioners to share interests, present new research results, and discuss current and challenging issues in various management and finance fields. The scientific and organizing committees welcome submissions in all the areas of business, finance, accounting, management, and theoretical and applied economics for presentation at the conference.