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In several cases,when2005statisticswere not available for given nations, I used 2001 statistics instead. United Nations gender empowerment statistics were not available for six of the 53 nations studied here. 83). Participants came from countries across the world, but the largest numbers were from the United Kingdom (45%), the United States (29%), Canada 2 To probe the impact of other dimensions of cultural variation, I also analyzed national scores on Hofstede’s (1991) four cultural dimensions: power distance (the acceptance of unequal distributions of power in organizations and institutions), individualism versus collectivism, masculinity versus femininity (instrumental versus communal values in work-related settings), and uncertainty avoidance (the degree to which members of various cultures are uncomfortable with uncertainty and ambiguity).