To Teach “Vikings” To Behave Among “Mandarins”Lessons from Teaching with a Simulation Model of Applied Business Ethics in International Management


  • Mikael Sondergaard
  • Jeanette Lemmergaard


The objective of this paper is to report from interactive teaching situations that involve a number of cross-cultural puzzles and to report on the construct value of a model in progress on bribery in China. The paper reports from eight simulations. It is a cross-disciplinary case involving joint venture, expatriation training, culture in auditing, and business ethics. The nature of the paper is that of a work in progress and thus not intended for publication at its present stage of development.