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The Biggest Culture Gaps Are Within Countries, Not Between Them

(…) demographic groupings such as occupation and socio-economic status were superior to country when capturing similarity in work-related values between people. What that means is that if you put a bunch of physicians from different countries together in a room, they are likely to have more shared work-related values compared to a group of random people from the same country. And, likewise, people in similar socio-economic conditions or with similar levels of education would have more shared values among them than with groups from their birth country.

Onderzoekers Bradley Kirkman, Vas Taras en Piers Steel beschrijven de resultaten van hun onderzoek naar culturele verschillen binnen en tussen landen uit bij  HBR

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