Cultural intelligence, global mindset, and cross-cultural competencies: A systematic review using bibliometric methods

Nooria Yari, Erik Lankut*, Ilan Alon, Nicole Franziska Richter

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We conducted a systematic review of publications on cultural intelligence (CQ) and its related concepts, global mindset (GM) and cross-cultural competence (CC), by using bibliometric citation and co-citation methods. We apply citation analysis to highlight the most influential journals, publications, countries, and specific researchers in the field. We apply exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and hierarchical cluster analysis (HCA) on co-citations to understand the current intellectual structure in the research field. The results demonstrated five intellectual clusters that among others revolve around the development of the CQ construct, the global mindset construct and the assessment of cultural competencies. We conducted a burst analysis to identify emerging topics or terms and radical changes in a specific topic (e.g. language, creativity, satisfaction, conflict). Using the combined results from our bibliometric review, we provide aguidelines for future research opportunities.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftEuropean Journal of International Management
ISSN1751-6757
StatusAccepteret/In press - 2020

Fingeraftryk

intelligence
cluster analysis
field research
creativity
factor analysis
language
Bibliometrics
Systematic review
Global mindset
Competency
Co-citation
Cultural intelligence
Intellectual structure
Exploratory factor analysis
Radical change
Cross-cultural competence
Hierarchical cluster analysis
Language
Field research
Creativity

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