Papers on Cross-Cultural Management


Frank Anbari, Erzhen Khilkhanova, Maria Romanova, Mateo Ruggia, Han-Huei Tsay and Stuart Umpleby “Managing Cross Cultural Differences in Projects” (Paper)

Han-Huei Tsay, Mateo Ruggia and Stuart Umpleby, “Convergers and Divergers : A Dimension of Cultural Difference between the U.S. and Europe” (Paper)

Stuart Umpleby, Min Cho and Mateo Ruggia. “How Research in Cybernetics is Moving from North America to Europe and Other Regions” (Paper)

Stuart Umpleby, Konstantin Mekhonoshin and Zhelyu Vladimirov, “A Global University for a Global Village” (Paper)


Umpleby Stuart and Alisa Oyler, “A Global Strategy for Human Development: The Work of the Institute of Cultural Affairs.” (Paper)


Umpleby, Stuart, “The Design of Intellectual Movements.” (Paper) (Slides)


Medvedeva, Tatyana, and Stuart Umpleby, “Psychological Adjustment to Economic and Social Change.” (Paper)


Buck John, Eric Dent, Stuart Umpleby, “Communicating Science: the Difficulty Introduced by the Historical Politics of the English Language.” (Paper)


Umpleby, Stuart and Pavel Makeyenko, “A Comparison of the Stability of the Socio-Economic Systems of the United States and Russia.” (Paper)


Umpleby, Stuart, “Lefebvre and Kohlberg on Psychological Adjustment To Economic Change.” (Paper)


Umpleby, Stuart, “Comparing Conceptual Systems: A Strategy for Changing Values as well as Institutions.” (Paper)

Umpleby, Stuart, “A Preliminary Inventory of Theories Available to Guide the Reform of Socialist Societies.” (Paper)


Umpleby, Stuart, “Methods for Community Development: The Work of the Institute of Cultural Affairs.”(Paper) (Zambia) (Guatemala) (Jamaica)


Umpleby, Stuart, “Some Policy Implications of Lefebvre’s Theory of Ethical Cognition.” (Paper)

Umpleby, Stuart A. “American and Soviet Discussions of the Foundations of Cybernetics and General System Theory.” (Paper)