Culture and MCS

Paper, Order, or Assignment Requirements



read carefully the Paper I will upload to and from that paper read the assignment questions and answer them separately …please make sure the following is done so i don’t do revision :
1- answer it as the questions ask don’t go out of the topic
2-please make it in simple english … so as simple as you can so when i read i can understand ..
3- this assignment is for me to participate in class so you don’t have to write an essay ,, you can use dot points if u can
4-read the reading carefully please
5- do your best to make clear,relevant to the questions and in easy english
6- no need for references




These readings will facilitate your participation in and engagement with the online module of National Culture.


  1. Chow (1999), The Importance of National Culture in the Design of and Preference for Management Controls for Multi-National Operations, Accounting, Organizations and Society, 24, pp.441- 461.


questions for discussion


Students must please ensure that the following questions are completed. The answers to these questions will be debated in Seminar 12 on the 25th of May 2015, during the class time



  1. Explain Hofstedes’ National  Culture Framework. [250 words]
  2. Explain how the influence of national culture on an organisation’ MCS may be different from the influence of organisational culture on an organisations’ MCS.
  3. Draft a brief report summarising the findings of the Chow et al. (1999) paper, clearly showing  how the national culture of the United States based on the results of this research, influences the use of MCS in organisations in United States.
  4. Based on your review of the Hofstede video “Recent Discoveries about Cultural  Differences”, compare and contrast this new information with the findings of the Chow et al. (1999) paper. (CHECK THE VIDEO IN YOUTUBE)


If you have some words left ,, please answer this question :

5- from the reading, Explain the difference between National Culture and Organisational Culture: 60 words