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Press Stop: JGM has just applied for SSCI status and with all indicators being very good, we are confident of a positive outcome.


Journal of Global Mobility: The Home of Expatriate Management Research

Table of Contents: Volume 5 Issue 3:


Double edge experiences of expatriate acculturation
Andre Anugerah Pekerti, Quan Hoang Vuong, and Nancy K. Napier (pp. 225 - 250)

Organizational practices for the expatriates’ adjustment: a systematic review
Cátia Sousa, Gabriela Gonçalves, Joana Santos, and José Leitão (pp. 251 - 274)

Repatriation of international assignees
Jan Knocke and Tassilo Schuster (pp. 275 - 303)

Work-to-personal-life conflict among dual and single-career expatriates
Liisa Mäkelä, Anna-Maija Lämsä, Suvi Heikkinen, and Jussi Tanskanen (pp. 304 - 316)

Contextual determinants in disclosing one’s stigmatized identity during expatriation
Kowoon Kim and Mary Ann Von Glinow (pp. 317 - 338)


Finding nothing – bad or good?
Jan Selmer (pp. 222 - 224)


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Professor Jan Selmer, Ph.D.
Founding Editor-in-Chief

Journal of Global Mobility (JGM)



Department of Management

Aarhus University

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