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Journal of Global Mobility:
The Home of Expatriate Management Research
Table of Contents: Volume 8, Issue 2:
Phil St John Renshaw, Emma Parry, Michael Dickmann
Klaus J. Templer
Susan Shortland, Stephen J. Perkins
Micha³ Wilczewski, Zbigniew Wróblewski, Mariusz Wo³oñciej, Arkadiusz Gut, Ewelina Wilczewska
development of HR support for alternative international assignments. From liminal position to institutional support for short-term assignments, international business travel and virtual assignments
Joost Bücker, Erik Poutsma, Roel Schouteten, Carolien Nies
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