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Journal of Global Mobility: The Home of Expatriate Management Research
Table of Contents: Volume 5 Issue 1
Job resources and demands for expatriate academics: Linking teacher-student relations, intercultural adjustment, and job satisfaction
Jodie-Lee Trembath (pp. 5 - 21)
Support for female international business travellers in dual-career families
(pp. 22 - 42)
Boundary management in a boundaryless world: The impact of life domain boundary management for expatriates’ life domain conflict and enrichment
Karsten Mueller (pp. 43 - 59)
Repatriation and (perceived) organisational support (POS): The role of and interaction between repatriation supporters
Nicole Torka (pp. 60 - 77)
Threatened identities: adjustment narratives of expatriate spouses
Heidi Ellise Collins,
Santina Bertone (pp. 78 - 92)
Unpacking differences in psychological contracts of organizational and self-initiated expatriates
Kate Yue Zhang,
Bart Rienties (pp. 93 - 108)
Where have all the expatriates gone?
Jan Selmer (pp. 2 - 4)
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Journal of Global Mobility (JGM)
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