Scopus CiteScore 2019: 3.1, CABS (UK) #2, ESCI status, ranked by ABDC list (Australia) at level B. JGM is also ranked in Nordic countries and Brazil. 



Journal of Global Mobility: The Home of Expatriate Management Research


Table of Contents: Volume 8, Issue 2:  

 International assignments – extending an organizational value framework  

Phil St John Renshaw, Emma Parry, Michael Dickmann      

Self-enhancement and cross-cultural adjustment: overclaiming in a global mobility context 

Klaus J. Templer 

Women's expatriate careers: losing trust in organisational equality and diversity policy implementation? 

Susan Shortland, Stephen J. Perkins 

Do they really want to leave? A (re)-evaluation of expatriates' and spouses' premature return intention 

Julia Goede 

Spirituality in expatriate experience and coping in mission 

Micha³ Wilczewski, Zbigniew Wróblewski, Mariusz Wo³oñciej, Arkadiusz Gut, Ewelina Wilczewska 

The 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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Journal of Global Mobility (JGM)

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