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Unresolved World War II animosity dampens empathy toward 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami
The 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami evoked widespread empathy and sympathy. We examine how historical representations of WWII among Chinese and Americans affect their empathy toward the Japanese disaster. In three ...
Cultural attachment : a new theory and method to understand cross-cultural competence
Cultural attachment theory postulates that the adaptive solution of acculturation is analogous to infants’ attachment to their caretakers, whereby forming secure attachment to the native and/or host cultures can help ...
Qualitative identification of learning effectiveness indicators among mainland Chinese students in culturally dislocated study environments
Purpose – This exploratory research project investigated how mainland Chinese business students studying overseas conceptualize and describe the learning effectiveness of ten different instructional techniques commonly ...
Culture clash : teaching Western-based management education to mainland Chinese students in Singapore
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate a new trend of training mainland Chinese students in Western‐style business education in Singapore. The paper examines the influence of the inferred learning effectiveness ...
A comparative study of crisis consultancies between Singapore and Denmark : distant cousins of the same destiny?
The aim of this article is to compare the state of crisis consultancies in Singapore and Denmark. Adapting and integrating indicators to assess professionalism, the study seeks to examine: 1) the level of expertise of ...
Asymmetries in the effects of drivers of brand loyalty between early and late adopters and across technology generations
Mobile marketing activities are growing at a rapid pace. The success of mobile marketing hinges on consumers' adoption of mobile devices. However, consumers' mobile device adoption is not well understood at the brand (e.g., ...
University technology transfer through entrepreneurship : faculty and students in spinoffs
This research informs our understanding of the technology commercialization process in university spinoffs, focusing in particular on student involvement in the early phases of the spinoff development process and on the ...
Social mobility in Singapore
(Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2010)
Abstract not available.
Food security : what it means for a food-importing country
Most countries depend on three “food taps” – imports, self-production, reserve stocks – to make food available. All countries import some amount of food to meet their increasingly diverse dietary demands. Binding agreements ...
A Bayesian multivariate risk-neutral method for pricing reverse mortgages
In this article, we propose a Bayesian multivariate framework to price reverse mortgages that involve several risks in both insurance and financial sectors (e.g., mortality rates, interest rates, and house prices). Our ...