Journal of Management and Training for Industries

Journal of Management and Training for Industries (JMTI) is a peer-reviewed free-access online journal published by The Institute of Industrial Applications Engineers, Japan ( It aims to provide academic professionals, researchers, policy-makers and practitioners a forum to discuss issues and newly emerging trends in the field of management and training for industries from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Original research papers, book reviews and research notes covering a wide range of topics related to management and training are welcomed. We offer a complete or partial publication fee waiver to authors of high quality articles. JMTI is currently indexed by the following databases:

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Call for Papers


We are calling for papers for the coming issues. JMTI is currently publishing two issues every year. Authors are invited to submit research papers and research notes describing new trends in their study related to the following topics, but not limited to management, business, administration, finance, economy, sustainable development, education,  training, social science. Please register on our website and use our online submission system to submit the articles.

Posted: 2018-12-03

Call for Papers (Special Issue)


Title: Doing Business in an Interconnected World: Cross-Cultural Issues in Management and Marketing

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    This Special Issue will focus on the challenges and solutions to the increasingly important problem of doing business across national and cultural bourndaries. While recognizing the diverse nature of the global marketplace, both academics and practitioners struggle with attempting to identify potential problems, measure the parameters, and forecast the developments associated with the multicultural environment.                                                                                 

   We invite submissions that provide theoretical or empirical contributions to a broad range of related topics. The following list is not exhaustive:

  • Management of cross-cultural group dynamics in MNCs and related employee training
  • Meaning of innovation and ambidextrous treatment of disruptive and sustaining innovations
  • Corporate structures that support or discourage cross-cultural dialog
  • Formation and functioning of self-regulated social networks in the corporate environment and beyond
  • Personal reputation and face-saving strategies in the failure-prone market environment
  • Changing consumer behavior and consumption preferences in developed economies and emerging markets
  • In-group and out-group consumption standards
  • Marketing strategies to target multicultural segments
  • Vertical and horizontal social migration and manifestation of social status through consumption.
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Vol 5, No 3

Table of Contents

Publication Contributors

Editors and Reviewers Contributing to this Volume PDF
From Editor-in-Chief


Why Cross-Cultural Issues in Management and Marketing Are That Important and Worth Our Undivided Attention? PDF
pp.1-12. Gregory J Kivenzor

Research Papers

Salient Cultural Identities and Consumers’ Valuation of Identity Congruent Brands: Consequences for Building and Leveraging Brand Equity PDF
pp.13-30. Nelson Amaral, Carlos J. Torelli
Diversity as a Problematic Predictor of Organizational Performance: Issues of Context and Expectations PDF
pp.31-50. Kevin T. Wayne, Jonathan G. McCosh
Straight from the Horse’s Mouth: Justifications and Prevention Strategies Provided by Free Riders on Global Virtual Teams PDF
pp.51-67. Vas Taras, Yonghong Liu, William Tullar, Jason Pierce
Analyzing Consumer Responses to Humane-oriented CSR Advertising Appeals in an Age of Corporate Social Responsibility: The Case of Japan vs. the U.S. PDF
p.68-81. Barbara Mueller, Hirosi Morikazu, Sandra Diehl, Ralf Terlutter


Commentary on “Salient Cultural Identities and Brand Valuation” PDF
pp.82-85. Sandra Awanis
Commentary On Wayne and McCosh (2018): “Diversity as a Problematic Predictor of Organizational Performance: Issues of Context and Expectations” PDF
pp.86-88. Banu Ozkazanc-Pan
Commentary to “Analyzing Consumer Responses to Humane-oriented CSR Advertising Appeals in an Age of Corporate Social Responsibility: The Case of Japan vs. the U.S.” PDF
pp.89-91. Pia Polsa
Commentary: Straight from the Horse’s Mouth: Justification and Prevention Strategies Provided by Free-Riders on Global Virtual Teams PDF
pp.92-94. Jim Johnson

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