1 - VOLUME 2 (2000) - ISSUE 3 (SUMMER)

The President’s Editorial

1 - Patrick HUNOUT Population, Cultures and Migrations : A Challenge for the New Century

Cross-Cultural Management

2 - Johanna LUDVIGSEN Cultural Differences Among Nordic Managers

Minorities, Cultures and Language

3 - Maya DAVID and Ibtisam NAJI Do Minorities Have to Abandon their Languages ? A Case Study of the Malaysian Tamils

5 - VOLUME 2 (2000) - ISSUE 4 (WINTER)

Professor Kosaka's Editorial

1 - Kenji KOSAKA Where does Asia go ? Transitions in Asian Societies

Italy and Immigration : A Matter of Culture ?

7 - Umberto MELOTTI Italian Immigration Policy and the Italian Political Culture

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