Katsuhiko Yoshikawa is Assistant Professor and Vice President at Shizenkan University and visiting researcher at Waseda University. He is interested in the impact of host and home country environment on MNCs' HRM practices and the drivers of prosocial and proactive behaviors among diverse workforce today. His articles appeared in Journal of World Business, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. Along with his academic work, Katsuhiko works with various Japanese MNCs as a consultant.
Katsuhiko Yoshikawa may be contacted through the following channels:
2 pages and blog posts
Cultures & Institutions: country-of-origin effects in MNC “ethnocentric” staffing practices
Introduces our new article in Organization Studies on reframing our perspectives on "ethnocentric" staffing
Introducing online teaching as a response to COVID-19: Lessons from our experience
A very useful personal reflection on experiences with online lecturing
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