An empirical investigation of socio-cultural factors of information sharing in China
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Understanding information sharing is an important challenge to modern organizations, and is likely to be increasingly considered when IT investment decisions are made world-wide. Our research study investigated the influence of cultural factors on information sharing in China. It was postulated that social network structures such as guanxi, Confucian dynamism, and collectivism could explain the degree to which information sharing took place between people in China. It was found that guanxi, Confucian dynamism, and collectivism all had a significant influence on information sharing. © 2007 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Information and Management
Shin, Seung Kyoon, Michael Ishman, and G. Lawrence Sanders. "An empirical investigation of socio-cultural factors of information sharing in China." Information and Management 44, 2 (2007): 165-174. doi:10.1016/j.im.2006.11.004.