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Journal of Global Mobility: The Home of
Expatriate Management Research
Table of Contents: Volume 7, Issue 3:
In response to the somewhat paradoxical combination of increasing diversity in the global workforce and the resurgence of nationalism in an era of global mobility, the…
Chenchen Li, Ling Eleanor Zhang, Anne-Wil Harzing
The purpose of this paper is to focus on satisfaction with an expatriate job and how such satisfaction is linked to leadership. Specifically, this research examines how…
Liisa Mäkelä, Hilpi Kangas, Vesa Suutari
The literature on international staffing in multinational enterprises (MNEs) often focuses on staffing choices based on nationality categories (e.g. parent-country…
Chipoong Kim, Chul Chung, Chris Brewster
The purpose of this paper is to explore the interplay between identity and global mobility in the careers of senior, female talent, uniquely taking into account the…
The purpose of this paper is to examine the direct impact of individual variables (cultural openness, social orientation, willingness to communicate, confidence in own…
Marie-France Waxin, Chris Brewster, Nicolas Ashill
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New Article: Lauring,
J., Selmer, J. & Kubovcikova, A. (2019), "Personality in Context: Effective Traits for Expatriate Managers at Different Levels",
International Journal of Human Resource Managament.